There’s a new gal in town and I’m smitten.
Oh me, oh my, oh me, oh my. There’s a new gal in town and I’m smitten.
I like to use my wood cook stove exclusively for my winter cooking. I had a big, beautiful behemoth at our old farm that I had to leave behind. I miss her still.
Finally, after three winters with just wood stoves, I have my cook stove back. A new and improved version. All 800 cast iron pounds of sexiness and moxie. An Esse Ironheart. It took four giant men to bring her in and I’m quite certain they’re cursing me still.
For those asking, the one and only renovation of our lives is close enough to being done. After decades in crumbly kitchens, learning all there is to know about what I didn’t want and shining examples of kitchen dysfunction, I got me my glorious cave. And I’m not coming out.
We used all natural building materials and sheathed wiring in our renovation to mitigate any dirty electricity. We had our house mitigated for EMFs and D.E. a couple of years ago so it was important for us to avoid reintroducing any issues. I could show pics of materials and the results of the renovation of our, over 160 year old, farmhouse if interested, but I don’t know how weird that is. Feels pretty weird. Is it weird?
In the meantime, check out slowdownfarmsteadcleanliving for more on how we handle the ever growing electronic and radiation assaults on our vulnerable, juicy bodies.