On Thanksgiving, the chef has so many dishes to juggle. Timing can be tricky! Make it easier by cooking your mashed potatoes in the crock pot with this recipe.
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Did you know you can share many of the Thanksgiving foods you love with your best friend? Check out this list of foods that are safe to share with Fido! He’ll be grateful!
A San Diego company known as XYZprinting, Inc. is producing printers that can print food. Yeah, you read that right. Of course, you’ll need to bake your dough-based creation but after it’s done in the oven, you can send it down the hatch. But wait…what are your thoughts? Are you willing to take a bite […]
Research Shows 12 year shelf life Albany, OR (PRWEB) October 06, 2014 New testing by the Sensory Science Laboratory at Oregon State University has found the food pouches of Mountain House, the leading provider of freeze dried foods for outdoor recreation and long-term storage, offer a 20-percent longer shelf life than previously verified. The third-party […]
Dry Canning I’ve bottled peaches, jams, apple pie filling but it has never occurred to me before that I can use my Mason jars to bottle dry goods. Sure, store my rice in beans in sealed #10 cans for long term storage, but that requires special equipment to make the cans airtight. But at The […]
Starting Seeds – It’s That Time Again Spring is almost here! Can we get a hurray and and an amen? No, I don’t have spring fever and no, I am not of tired of spending most of my time indoors, why do you ask? With the temperatures warming up and the ground starting to thaw, […]
Home Made Yogurt By Winnie The other day a few of my neighbor friends and I got together and shared some of our home made items. I shared my liquid and dry laundry detergent recipes, someone shared how to make window cleaner, but the most popular item of the evening was the home made yogurt. […]
Growing Vegetables Indoors: Winter Outside? No Problem! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for Spring. It’s been an unusually mild winter here and there hasn’t been much in the way of precipitation. Aside from the worries of a drought the plants are dormant and everything is either a shade of grey or a […]
Old Fashioned Skills Everyone Should Know You come home from a long day at work. What do you do? Do you change out of your work clothes, and put on a comfy sweater, sweats and some cozy socks. After a little bit of down time you go to the refrigerator, get out some chicken and […]
Preserving Eggs – No Refrigeration Required Do you remember the joy of finding Easter Eggs when you were young? Have you ever had the “joy” of finding an Easter Egg several months after Easter has passed? It has such a strong and distinctive smell that as soon as someone says, “It smells like rotten eggs”, […]