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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: Herbs
Reworking Kitchen Garden Plot 1 and 3..
Yesterday was one of those perfect fall day’s, sunshine, light cool but not cold breeze, falling leaves and a willing husband who wanted a full day of physical work. I on the other hand, wrapped myself in way to many … Continue reading
Coltsfoot-Flowers and Flower Stems
The first flowers of spring locally have arrived, our Coltsfoot is up and in full flower, the flowers rise out of the ground on them stems coming many weeks before the leaves will show themselves. I picked a full cup … Continue reading
Posted in 31 Day Self Reliance Challange, Herbs, Personal Care, wild foods Tagged Health, Herbs, Wild Foods 2 Comments
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
Food Forest-Hiding in plain view..
If you drove by this, would you see anything other than a green jungle? Currently in that front green jungle there is Apple Trees Pear Trees Plum Trees Sweet Cherry Trees Sour Cherry Trees Mulberry High Bush Cranberry Honey Berry … Continue reading
Posted in farm, food Tagged 100 mile food challange, Farm Life, Food Forest, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Garden, Greens, Health, Herbs, nature, plants, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wildlife 5 Comments
My Taste buds are in revolt but the feet are finally better!
I have gotten used to the way the water tastes and I am adjusting to the taste or in some cases the lack of taste in my fruits/veggies and some things are even good, like the locally grown mushrooms (excellent) … Continue reading
Posted in Critters, Family Tagged Ducks, Family, food, fruits veggies, Herbs, liver and onions, travel, vacation, Veggies 5 Comments
Well, I didn’t get much done in the garden on the weekend, but hubby worked on it for a bit on the saturday when he was puttering around.. he got a new row of strawberries done, plus cleared the area … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Garden, Greens, Herbs, Veggies, Wild Foods 4 Comments
The Double Dug W Potato Bed
While I have played around with growing Potato’s in towers, in strawbales and even in last years “sacrifice outside winter feeding area” the way we grow most of our potato’s is in our double dug 3 foot wide W planted beds. … Continue reading
Posted in gardening Tagged 100 mile food challange, compost, Double Dug Method, Farm Life, Frugal, Garden, Herbs, Nettles, Potatos, Raised beds, Veggies 14 Comments
Homemade Herbed Pork Ravioli in a butter sauce..
Flour, a bit of olive oil, lots of mixed dried herbs, two duck yolks and a touch of cold water.. Mix, and work into a dough.. allow to rest before rolling it out.. Split the dough into two, roll your … Continue reading
Posted in Food Production and Recipes Tagged 100 mile food challange, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Herbs 1 Comment
Garden “monday” and Monthly “How does your Garden Grow”
Ok, I need an extra 6 hours in each of my days at the moment LOL, Spring came early and I have hit the ground running but I feel like we are going!, going! but never quite getting there if … Continue reading
Posted in farm Tagged 100 mile food challange, Farm Life, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Garden, Greens, Health, Herbs, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 2 Comments
March Challange and Permaculture
March Challange: Breakfast-Yogurt, canned mixed fruit, walnuts Lunch-Baked Beans on Bread Supper-Pasta with roasted Chicken leg in a pasta sauce mixed with yogurt and dried squash. Dessert- Hot Spiced Roasted Peanuts. Ok, so lets talk about Permaculture today, the idea … Continue reading