Loaded Boiled Cabbage This is a take of my Southern Boiled Cabbage recipe. It is made the same way but this recipe adds a lot of extras to it like potatoes, bacon and smoke sausage. Yum! Whereas the Southern Boiled Cabbage is a side dish, this Loaded Boiled Cabbage recipe is a meal into itself. […]
We live in a world of convenience and speed. We’ve been programmed to believe that if it isn’t easy to get or takes too long, than it isn’t worth our time. Unfortunately, our meals and the way we make them are no different.
By planning out your meals and being sure you have everything on hand to make those meals you can offer much healthier options for your family and eventually you will begin to build up your food storage supply.
Homesteading is defined, in part, as a lifestyle of self-sufficiency characterized by subsistence agriculture and home preservation of food stuffs. It’s a big job – where do you begin? The annual ebb and flow of homesteading life can feel a bit like playing a game – you keep going around the board (hopefully) making small […]
In our household, there are just the two of us to cook for. It seems no matter what I do, there is always enough leftover for at least one more adult to eat. Though we don’t mind leftovers, eating the same thing for three days straight doesn’t exactly get your appetite roused. I do my […]
In the United States we waste a lot of food but food gets wasted almost everywhere because of storage issues to the consumer waste. According the to the United Nations roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption goes to waste every year. That is a lot of food. You […]