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I am sorry to have this rant, I might not even post this.. I most likely will and I am sure I will lose a reader or two.. but I have to write this.. If you live in an apartment or a tiny condo in the city, you can be many things.. You can be […]
I Yield I Yield LOL
Ok, its just going on record that we are going to be “in just in time mode” on most things this year. Let me give a example.. we have pulled at least a hundred or two wild parsnips but then we needed to focus on this or that.. and suddenly this week, we are like.. […]
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Tag Archives: Food Production and Recipes
What do you use clover for?
I like clover! I like white clover and red clover, I can remember as a small child the pleasure on a warm sunny summer day to pick big fluffy heads of the most wonder purple and sucking on the sweet … Continue reading
Wild Violets Uses
There are folks that consider these weeds as they freely grow in my local area, so I would consider them a “wild” harvestable food. The perk of this, is that you should be able to find yourself some of these … Continue reading
Baked Squash Soup
Like many fellow gardeners, we have squash on our counters that need to be used up or for the more frugal folks, a good winter squash is a outstanding way to make a thick meaty or not stick to your … Continue reading
How much Sugar did we use in a year on the farm!
This post is mainly from How much sugar did we use in 2011 with a five year update.. As I dipped into a small dish of yugurt and strawberries as a afternoon snack, I made a note in the farm … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, Food Production and Recipes, Food Storage Tagged Canning, eating less sugar, Food Production and Recipes, Health, How much sugar do you use in a year on the farm, Sugar, sugar and its effects on blood, Tracking your sugar useage, Using sugar in canning, ways to preserve food that does not use sugar, ways to preserve that uses little sugar, Weight Loss 1 Comment
Golden Needles Harvesting
or in common terms, picking and drying lots and lots! of unopenned Day Lily flowers. Ah, the common, humble daylily that most of us call, tigerlily’s or Ditch Lily’s are so wonderful to have in the kitchen, the little root … Continue reading
Posted in frugal, gardens, wild foods Tagged 100 mile food challange, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Garden, Wild Foods 4 Comments
Beefed up Corn Pudding Recipe with Mashed!
Beefed up Corn Pudding recipe Inspired by Kodi’s Aunts Recipe but also by a recipe found in Fat-Back and Molasses, a collection of favourite old recipes from Newfoundland and Labrador. 1 onion-Peeled and finely diced 1 cup cooked and diced Leftover Beef 2 … Continue reading
Posted in Food Production and Recipes Tagged beef, corn pudding recipe, Farm Fresh Eggs, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Garden, Greens 1 Comment
Sour Dill Rye Bread Recipe- Flash Back Post
Ok, so this is a different bread recipe, but I challange you to give it a try, its so good and nothing! like you are going to find in a store. This recipe is based out of the one in … Continue reading
Mung Bean Sprouts and Recipe..
Dried Mung Beans can be turned into wonderful home grown sprouts for use in a number of tasty dishes, I started sprouting about ten years ago as a way to be able to offer the hounds fresh ground greens once or twice … Continue reading
Ham and Cabbage Soup Recipe- Flash Back Friday
Half a Head of Cabbage -Diced One med size Onion-Diced One clove Garlic 1/2 cup Barley 12 cups lamb bone broth 1/2 cup of left over chopped cooked ham 1/4th cup of dried Stinging Nettle Spices -A pinch of Basil, … Continue reading
Homemade Dark Baked Beans
I have been craving a big old pot of baked beans, its just a thick hearty dish perfect for winter, I just can not learn to like the local maple flavoured beans, I want the deep rich bacon tomato based … Continue reading
Posted in Charcuterie, food, Food Production and Recipes, frugal Tagged baked beans, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal 4 Comments