Survival Spot has put together a list of the first one hundred items that disappear quickly during a national emergency. That might be as big as a major terrorist attack or natural disaster, or as small as a local ice storm that disrupts power for only a week. By being prepared, neither large nor small […]
Be Prepared… the meaning of the motto is that a scout must prepare himself by previous thinking out and practicing how to act on any accident or emergency so that he is never taken by surprise. Robert Baden-Powell
Berries are super easy to can. By using the whole fruit instead of just the juice, like you do for jelly, there’s no need for pectin or lots of sugar. Here’s how we can our berries to use as jam, pie filling or to give as gifts.
Canning cherries at home is easy to do—a small batch can be finished in about an hour or two. The reward comes in both saving money (buying fresh cherries on sale is cheaper than buying canned cherries on sale) and in having delicious, healthy fruit to eat during the winter months. Here’s my tips and […]
I’ve been thinking recently about the fact that, for some reason, “Home Economics” doesn’t seem to be taught in schools much any more, but it is needed more than ever. If you haven’t done much cooking in the past but intend to start afresh by cooking more, here are the basics that you’ll want to […]
Cherries are such a sweet edition to the homestead larder! You can make pies and other desserts, use them in glazes and sauces for savory applications, you can add them to fruit salads, or green salads. There isn’t much you can’t do with a cherry. Today, we are going to can some of these babies […]