I’ve been asked about asparagus….. Honestly, I’ve never done anything with it! In fact as I’m working on this post my youngest boy sees the picture and exclaimed “I didn’t know you did asparagus too!” So I started looking around for good articles to share with you. Below you will find a collection of articles […]
I wanted to talk to you about why I think gardening, home canning and preserving foods is important as a part of a preparedness plan. I know a lot of you are probably into preparedness or concerned about the future, want to be a little more self-reliant. I think canning and dehydrating is an important part of that.
There are three types of canners, of course there's a lot of overlap in this.
5 Ways of preserving corn. Canning Dehydrating, Pickling, and Freezing (both on and off the cob). A bonus video is at the very bottom with our easy way to strip the corn off the cob! If you’ve got a lot of corn to take care of you need this trick. My husband came up with […]
With Sharon Peterson Strawberry Recipes – preserving them at home makes the goodness last. Of course some of it is so yummy that even preserved….. they don’t last long. How to Freeze Strawberries, Two methods for freezing fresh strawberries. Strawberry Jam Recipe with no commercial pectin. This is a very simple jam recipe. Strawberries and […]
I wanted to talk to you about why I think gardening, home canning and preserving foods is important as a part of a preparedness plan. I know a lot of you are probably into preparedness or concerned about the future, want to be a little more self-reliant. I think canning and dehydrating is an important […]
With Sharon Peterson Today I am going to talk about preserving apples. Cause it is apple season here in western Colorado! Canning Apples, Applesauce and Apple butter, Apple pie filling and Clear Jel. I love the fall weather we have been having. I was ‘this’ close to lighting a fire on our woodstove the other […]
Green beans can be grown in your own garden, local farmers market or roadside stand, Farms or Orchards where you can pick for yourself, or CSA Community Supported Agriculture. I personally recommend finding them local if you can’t grow them in your own backyard. The Harvest Picking first thing in the morning will give you […]