Lil’ Suburban Homestead: 20 Telltale Signs That Your A Farm Girl

20telltalesignsthatyoureafarmgirl-587x500Nov. 13, 2014:  Can you drive past a farmers market without stopping?  Do you have an addiction to gardening magazines?  Karen Lynn shares these and more in the  “20 Telltale Signs That You’re A Farm Girl” and also shares some exciting podcasts that are coming up on her show on The Survival Mom Radio Network.

In addition to sharing the”20 Telltale Signs That You’re A Farm Girl” Karen Lynn also shares her pumpkin finds for fall, her gratitudes for November and even some news about an interview with one of her fellow Survival Mom Radio Hosts!

She also shares some great blog posts coming to her blog Lil’ Suburban Homestead!  She shares more in depth about her upcoming shows and guests as well!

Are you a farm girl or guy?

On a personal note she shares about what is happening on her lil’ homestead and some of her Mom highlights from this fall!

Show Resources:

I’m Not Allowed To Be Sick Chicken Soup Recipe – Gluten Free

Countdown To Preparedness Book Review by Jim Cobb & Giveaway Opportunity!

Burlap Pinterest Frame 

Aren’t you glad you listen?

Have an idea or comment for the show contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com.

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Fall Gardening Tips from Mike the Gardener

fall gardening tips from Mike The Gardener_Lil'Suburban Homestead with Karen LynnOctober 16, 2014:  Mike the Gardener from Average Person Gardening.com is a wealth of gardening knowledge and Karen Lynn and him jump right into an excellent conversation regarding all things gardening and Mike shares some fall gardening tips.  In addition to fall gardening Mike shares some nuts and bolts of gardening and even a light bulb idea for Karen Lynn!

Mike is a regular guest poster at Lil’ Suburban Homestead and a podcaster himself who speaks on numerous topics on gardening as well as being an experienced speaker you will be engaged from the moment he starts sharing his gardening knowledge!

No matter where you are on your gardening journey this is a show you will definitely want to take a listen to!

 

Show Resources:

Average Person Gardening Click Here! 

Visit Mike The Gardener on Facebook Click Here!

Follow Mike The Gardener on Twitter Click Here! 

Join Mike’s Seeds Of The Month Club Click Here!

Listen to Mike The Gardener’s Podcasts Click Here! 

Karen Lynn’s Brussel Sprout Recipe Click Here!

 

Have an idea or a question for the show contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

The Trailer Park Homesteader: Fall Canning – Soups and Stews

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October 2, 2014 –

Fall Canning: Soups and Stews

As the weather cools down many of us will soon be snuggling up and enjoying a hot bowl of soup. In this episode, Sharon shares two of her favorite recipes. The first recipe is for a hearty vegetable-beef soup and the second is chili con carne. She also explains not only the steps to making both of these recipes, but also how to can them. Follow along and get your fall canning started today!

 

 

Get Recipes Here- Fall Canning: Soups and Stews

Visit: The Trailer Park Homesteader

 

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Cooke’s Frontier Radio Show: 4 Ways to Preserve Pumpkin & 3 Recipes to Use It In

Preserve PumpkinSeptember 29, 2014: It’s Fall and pumpkin everything is taking over! In this show, Charley shares with you 4 ways to preserve pumpkin and gives you 3 recipes to use your homemade pumpkin puree in.

Cooke’s Frontier Radio Show: 10 Ways to Use Up Apples

DSC_0095September 15, 2014 – Charley continues her apple theme this week and shares even more ideas for using up Fall apples. She also shares her favorite recipe for making crockpot apple butter!

Pioneering Today: Planting a Fall Garden

PodcastFallgardeningAugust 8, 2014: To harvest vegetables throughout the fall, you need to sow them at the end of summer. Most cool weather crops need to be planted 6 week before your last hard frost date.

We discuss cool weather crops to plant from seed and which ones to use transplants or seedlings.