It’s the time of year when every chicken keeper begins wondering “What am I going to do with all these eggs?” If you’ve had your fill of scrambled eggs, omelets, frittatas, quiches, meringues, custards, and other egg-laden dishes, here are nine ways to preserve those eggs for later use. After all, just as spring is […]
There are so MANY great ideas on doing what you can, where you are! Life is a process and I find these Independence Days ideas can be adapted really well. With variations in your space, money and time you can do great things! Some simple ideas to get started…
Autumn garden harvests during September and October can contribute to making the most delicious recipes! As the leaves begin to fall and the weather begins to cool down, more time is spent indoors snacking during the day and feasting with family during the night. That sweet scented aroma of baking pies and breads fills the […]
In today’s show I talk about being wise to Harvesting The Summer Bounty whether it is in your garden, in the wild around you or in local u-pick farms or farmers markets. Filling your pantry this time of year is one of the wisest things you can do.
About four years ago, my husband and I read William Forstchen’s novel, One Second After. It was recommended to us by one of our neighbors, and boy, was it eye-opening! Not being preppers at the time, we really hadn’t given much thought to any kind of emergency preparedness beyond the typical flood or heavy snow. […]
Is it true that dehydrated food has very little nutrition? Let’s sort out the facts!