I have a recipe for green tomato enchilada sauce that I will can and use when I make chicken enchiladas during the winter season. Here’s the recipe I will be using.
Category Archives: pantry
A Bumper Crop of Peppers
I have plenty of peppers both hot and sweet peppers to do everything I want to do with them this year and then some.
12 Vegetables that Don’t Require Canning, Freezing, or Dehydrating
Though we can get vegetables all throughout the year, during the autumn, prices are the lowest that they are ever throughout the year. Some vegetables don’t need to be stored in any of these ways. They can be stored for several months beyond the time they are picked.
My Bread Making Secrets
Baking bread from scratch is one of the most basic skills for anyone who wants to develop self-sufficiency and create a perpetual homestead can learn. Here are my secrets to perfect homemade bread
Spring: The Season of Constant Changes
Spring is planting season, but it is also the rainy season here in the Missouri Ozarks and the temperatures are more variable than in any other area of the country. It can be dry and hot early in the day and cold and rainy by the end of that same day. It can be rainingContinue reading “Spring: The Season of Constant Changes”
A More Complete Sweet Potato Harvest
Here’s how many people start their own sweet potato slips. They wait until January or February and use this method. It’s how I started and it works, but I’m sharing a better way!
The Survival Garden is now in print!
The Survival Garden is Now Available in Paperback!
The Survival Garden
Discover a book that shows you how you can grow and preserve produce without canning, freezing, or dehydrating.
The Homestead Today
I learned a while back that in order get where I want to go, I first have to know where I am. So today, I would like to share where I am right now on my homestead.