Guest Blog with Lauren Boehm Lynch
I am happy to introduce my guest blogger for this month, FBP author, Lauren Boehm Lynch. Lauren has written children’s and YA books as well as a cookbook. Her most recent novel, Whispering Willows Dark Winter, is available now for pre-sale. Please welcome my guest, Lauren Boehm Lynch.
When You Know You Are a Farmer’s Wife!
I was so excited; Tim and I were going on a date day! Lunch and maybe some antique shopping. I was getting dressed up, mind you I love to wear jeans and denim shirts, no makeup and my hair pulled up. But I am still a women and I wanted to wear my new dress and heels.
I had just got ready, sprayed some Obsession on when Tim came through the door and told me one of the goats were sick, Gigi who just so happens to be my favorite.
I slung off my heels put on my rubber boots grabbed my medical bag and out the door we went to the goat pen. I rushed to Gigi to see how she was, I hiked up my new beautiful dress, and squatted in mud and other things we won’t mention and gave her a shot and some love. And in return she gave me a big sneeze right in my face and then proceeded to wipe her nose on my dress.
When we came back up to the house, there I stood my hair windblown, clothes filthy. I went in washed my hands and face, changed into jeans and a shirt. (No it wasn’t denim at least!) I suddenly heard the vacuum cleaner go on. Well, I walk into the kitchen to find my wonderful husband vacuuming out the pockets of my coat, when I asked why he simply smiled and said you have hay in your pockets. I just smiled back at him, that’s when I knew it……….I am a farmer’s wife.
Sheet Pan Pecan Pie Bars
1 cup of butter, softened
1 ½ cups of sugar
3 ½ cups of light Karo syrup
1 ½ Tablespoons of vanilla
3 cups of pecan pieces
6 Pie Crust Sheets
In a large bowl add butter, eggs, sugar, syrup, and vanilla and mix well. Next add your pecans mixing until just combined.
Spray a 13 x 9 sheet pan with Pam. Place your pie crust on each side with about 1 ½-2 inches of crust to overlap edge of pan. Once you have placed all 6 pie crust, go around edge and pinch tops. Next pour mixture into prepared crust and bake at 300 degrees for 1 ½-2 hours or until set.
I want to take this time to thank Sandra J. Jackson for asking me to be a guest on her blog!
My name is Lauren Boehm Lynch; I am a Farmer’s Wife, Children & Young Adult Author. I am also a cookbook author, Cooking on The Broken Road Farm. This obsession and love of writing has taken me down roads I never thought I would be going and I really never imagined I would have gotten this far…..but the curiosity in me just wants to see how far I can go! Hope you enjoy the books! Coming soon myself & a few family members will be on YouTube for a cooking show Cooking on The Broken Road Farm stay tuned! Please follow me on my links below!