What is a self-sufficient kitchen? Come find out how our friend, Chaya, from Pantry Paratus defines it!
One of the best things you can stock in your prepper kitchen is a grain mill. Not only are grain mills excellent for whipping up fresh bread in disaster situations, but they are also amazing for creating healthy, hearty breads and flours on a day-to-day basis. The trouble with most grains purchased from a store […]
With three meals a day to cook (and sometimes snacks, too), it is easy to spend all day in the kitchen. That may have been an option in past decades, but today’s women are expected to maintain a lot more than just cooking and cleaning. A lot of women I know balance work, homeschooling (or […]
Even if you didn’t set up a formal dye plant garden, you probably have some wonderful natural dyes sitting in your garden or in your fridge right now. This past weekend, my daughter and I dyed white silk cloths to give as Christmas gifts to children who receive Christmas hampers in our community. These play […]
Let’s face it…sometimes we don’t even know what compels us. Sometimes the original reason no longer applies. Sometimes…the earth will keep spinning around the sun even if we make an exception to the rule. So what are the rules you break occasionally in the kitchen? I share mine with you.
Forget personality tests, answer this one question: “When you have young children “helping” you in the kitchen, you…” Here I fess up with my greatest kitchen shortcoming & I tell you how I cope. Maybe it’ll help. Or maybe you can help us by leaving a comment with some great tips!