Sorry, this may just be a rant. After much discussion & fanfare, we are now allowed up to 4 chickens per household (no roosters). The chicken coop and attached chicken run can’t exceed 32 square feet.
So, I see a new neighbor building a big a** garage that is taller than the house, & my...
I agree. My commercially made automatic door closes VERY slowly, although it is a horizontal sliding door. It also senses resistance & will stop if it detects it. It has stopped closing midway because of litter in the track.
I started it doing exactly as the chef does, but now I use a non-stick frying pan & just remove pan from heat often, gently scraping the pan the entire time. I find clean-up to be easier. I'm glad you tried & enjoyed, they're worth the extra effort.
My hubby learned this lesson when one of our beagles escaped. Hubby was panicking & you could hear it in his voice so, of course, the dog wouldn't come. I come out & calmly tell the dog he's a good boy & he comes right to me. Sometimes it's easier said than done, though, we're only human.
They are more work but oh so good. I didn't watch the video again but I believe he uses creme fraiche instead of sour cream. Imo creme fraiche is more mild than sour cream but I've used both & sometimes neither. Yummy
As a newbie, I find this interesting. My 2 slw are maturing in wintertime in southern Indiana, dusk around 5:30 pm, sunrise around 8 am, so maybe I shouldn't be calling them moochers. They are around 22-27 weeks old. I don't use artificial light so I'll just keep waiting.....
I can't vote since I'm still waiting. My two silver-laced Wyandottes are somewhere between 22 to 27 weeks old. They are showing more interest in the nest boxes & the ceramic eggs. I tried dropping casual hints like I enjoy fried chicken but they aren't easily scared. They just keep eating.