Jennifer: We have, like I said, a great guest today. If you were here just a little bit earlier, coming in ... Hi, Deborah ... then you know that she has really saved me from being in a pickle. I'm going to read her bio. I always like to read bios of my guest because
Today I'd like to share a skill I learned when I first began gardening. Like all new gardeners, I wanted a yard full of beautiful plants. Unfortunately, my budget was often smaller than my plant lust, so I had to come up with another way to get the beautiful perennial herbs I so desperately wanted.
I’m super excited to introduce a great friend of mine, Shelle Wells a.k.a Preparedness Mama. Self Reliant School has been growing a lot in recent months and even though we have a few posts with a little “know-how” that I’ve loved sharing with you, Self Reliant School is about to become a wealth of knowledge
I've never been much of a soda drinker, but I love coffee! If I could I would drink nothing but coffee, morning, noon and night. However, as I get old my body just can’t handle the caffeine, and decaffeinated coffee, well... if you’re a coffee lover you know the rest. So these days I drink
Making your own spice mixes is a super easy way to save money and also a great way to educate yourself as to what spices go into what kinds of dishes. This knowledge will help you know which spices to place in your food storage and how much of each to purchase for long term storage.
Much of the country has already put up everything they harvested out of the garden months ago, but here in Texas it’s the end of November and we just got our first freeze a couple of weeks ago. Honestly, preserving herbs can be done almost any time of year and a lot of herbs can