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Advice – it comes from friends, family, and from the stranger at the coffee shop, or at the garden shop where you are looking at plants, and among that free advice are some gems and some duds, the fun part is … Continue reading
The Dehyrdator Bible by Jennifer Machenzie, Jay Nutt and Don Mercer I have already done a book review, on this solidly useful book, I still find myself reaching for it at least once or twice a week to check my temps … Continue reading
I love my chickens for many reasons, getting a few layers was one of the very first things we did when we moved to the farm. Is there anything better then fresh eggs? The chickens do so much more than … Continue reading
God bless those new amazing winter duck boots, they sure came in handy today, we have hit the deep freeze (they say the cold is coming)but today has been on again, off again freezing rain, sleet, and snow taking turns, … Continue reading
Well, I have been a drying fool, I have had my dehydrator going since I got it, and I now have jar after jar of amazing dried goodies, I know how to use them by adding to soups/stews, make stewed … Continue reading
This book is about an I qoute ” A protrait of Amercican Food-before the national highway system, before chain restaurants and before frozen food, when the nations food was seasonal, regional and traditional from the lost WPA files” This book … Continue reading
by Barbara Pleasant and Deborah Martin. I picked up this book at our local feed store, it is carried by Thomas-Allan in Canada but is a Storey Book, I flipped though it and then ended up standing reading it, while … Continue reading
I love cookbooks, but I really like small town or old cookbooks, I have a number of new ones from my last trip, and I will review them as time goes on.. This cookbook is its fifth edition by the … Continue reading
Canadian Doomer did a book give away supported by the generous people at Thomas Allen & Son, a Canadian family-owned publisher in Ontario. I won the Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook by Jennifer R. Bartley. I agree with Doomers review, its a lovely book, on my … Continue reading