Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Suburban Off-Grid Cooking & A Recap of my Survival Mom Radio Network Favorite Moments

lshoffgridcooking_smrsrecapNovember 27, 2014:  Karen Lynn wishes you all a Happy Thanksgiving and shares about  her Suburban Off-Grid Cooking experience with her All American Sun Oven and the recipes she has made with the oven and gives a product review on this product as well from her perspective and how she plans to use this oven and going forward her plans with the sun oven.  Living in an area that experiences hurricanes and freak ice storms she has appreciated the multi-use of this product.

The second half of the show she shares a recap of some of her favorite moments on The Survival Mom Radio Network and you have to listen to this there will be links to the show notes to these particular shows!

This is Karen Lynn’s final show on The Survival Mom Radio Network but instead of saying goodbye she says “Until next time” and next time is next week on Dec. 2nd  at 9pm Eastern a live show on her premiere show at Prepper Broadcasting Network!

She also just had her premiere live streaming show on Around The Cabin which airs every other Monday at 8pm eastern time!   Which is interactive from the chat room.

Both shows on Around The Cabin and the Prepper Broadcasting Network is that shows will all be archived for future viewing and listening!  Also don’t forget that all of Karen Lynn’s shows that have aired on The Survival Mom Radio Network will be on Itunes and Podcast Republic for download for the future!

Show Resources:

My Radio Show is Moving!

The Suburban Off-Grid Cooking Series No. 1

The Suburban Off-Grid Cooking Series No. 2

The Sububan Off-Grid Cooking Series No. 3 – Roasted Apples with Honey, Cardamom, Ginger & Nutmeg (Coming Soon)

All American Christmas Combo Coupon Code

Shows that were Mentioned In The Survival Mom Radio Show Favorite Moments Recap!

Karen Lynn’s Premiere Show!

Interview with Canadian Budget Binder.com

The Viking’s Ground Hog Comment on the Lil’ Suburban Homestead with Karen Lynn’s Spring Gardening Preps Show

 

 

 

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Tis’ the Season – DIY Holiday Gifts & Homestead Holiday Traditions

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November 20, 2014: Tis’ The Season – DIY Holiday Gifts & Homestead Holiday Traditions!   Today Karen Lynn shares several of her favorite Holiday DIY gifts and projects which are a huge hit with family and friends!  In this show you will learn how to make homemade lip balm, a no sew fleece blankie, a Holiday Centerpiece and more!

All the while Karen Lynn will regale you with her own families homestead holiday traditions!

This is the Pre-Thanksgiving Holiday show you won’t want to miss!  A show from the heart you will feel like you are right in her family room by the woodstove along with the rest of her friends and family!

 

 

 

Show Resources:

Homemade DIY Lip Balm

Around The Cabin Lip  Balm Tutorial (Scroll down to Lil’ Suburban Homestead)

Karen Lynn’s No Sew Fleece Blankie

Cheap & Chic Christmas Centerpiece

Turkey Talk On Turkey Day

 

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

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: Engaging Our Children with Homesteading Literature

chickenandthedogNov. 6, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Amanda Maxwell Co-Author of The Chicken and The Dog and reminds you that it is the Holiday Shopping Season!  Karen Lynn discusses how important it is to engage children with homesteading literature and how she always feels good about sharing the gift of books.  In particular she love sharing books with her young nieces and even her own children as they were growing up especially literature that engages children that discusses homesteading and sustainable living!

The two of them discuss how engaging Amanda’s series of books are to children and bringing the “Farm To Table” concept to young children and what it’s really like!

It’s exciting to connect children with chickens on the Suburban Homestead!

Show Resources:

Check out Amanda’s site for her books The Chicken and the Dog – Click Here! 

The Chicken and  the Dog Activities For Children – Click here!

Newly expanded The Chicken and theDog Merchandise for the Holidays – Click here! 

 

Have a question for Karen Lynn or an idea for a show?  Contact her at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Adventures in Small Scale Farming with Janet from Timber Creek Farm

janetgraphictimbercreekfarmOctober 23, 2014:  Karen Lynn discusses the topic of “Adventures in Small Scale Farming” and interviews Janet at Timber Creek Farmer.  Janet raises sheep, pigs, ducks, chicken and cattle and her and her family supplement their diet with some of their gardening as well.  They discuss healthy eating, diy projects, and even raising your own cattle for beef.

Whether you have thought about jumping into the world of small scale farming or just want to live vicariously through Janet like Karen Lynn this is a show that you will thoroughly enjoy!

So sit back and relax!  Janet is a wealth of farming knowledge and just a  joy to listen to!

Show Resources:

Check out Janet’s amazing blog! Click here!

Follow Janet on Twitter – Click here!

Check out Janet at Timber Creek Farm on Facebook – Click here!

Follow Janet on Pinterest – Click here! 

Blog Posts by Janet at Timber Creek Farm:

Animal Care:   Keeping Your Chicken Coop Smelling Fresh

Prepper 101 – Adding Animals To The Homestead

Animal Care:  The Care and Feeding of Barn Cats

 

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

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Interview with Survivalist, Expert Jim Cobb

jim cobb survivalist expertSeptember 11, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Jim Cobb, Survivalist and Preparedness Expert, author of “Countdown to Preparedness and “The Preppers Complete Book of Disaster Readiness” and blog owner at Survival Weekly.

Jim shares with Karen Lynn some beginner to moderate prepper information.  He discusses “Bug Out Bags” in depth with some great tips and strategies!  Jim shares his wealth of knowledge and wisdom and some clever hints that really get that “Beginner” prepper to start thinking and planning ahead!

Karen Lynn and Jim discuss their love of Sci-Fi and apocalyptic books as well….a fun and engaging show that you will definitely want to join in on!

Show Resources:

Jim’s Bio – Click here!

Jim’s Blog – Survival Weekly

Jim’s Preparedness Consulting Business – Click here!

Want to check out some of Jim’s books? – Click here!

 

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

 

 

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Bees with Troy Marino aka FarmerTito/BeeBayou

interview with troy marinoSeptember 4, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Troy Marino A.K.A. Farmer Tito/Bee Bayou and learns “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Bees”!  Troy is a wealth of information and is in the process of becoming a certified breeder and raises 36 + colonies this year and harvested over 1600 pounds of honey!

Troy tackles some of the beginner beekeeping mistakes that lots of folks make and tries to explain the importance for some of the methodology of beekeeping experts and mentors.

 

If you are new to beekeeping or are a seasoned veteran this is a show you won’t want to miss!

Show Resources:

Troy is the Administrator of The Facebook Group Bees & Beeks come on over and join him!

Website is under construction, will be up soon….www.beebayou.com

Facebook address is facebook.com/BeeBayou

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

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Interview with The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

The Wisconsin Vegetable GardenerAugust 28, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Holly Baird at The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener and it’s all about gardening and canning today!  Both Holly and Karen Lynn share a passion for gardening and canning and their enthusiasm is definitely contagious!  Join in on the gardening and canning conversation!

Holly and her husband Joey share video tutorials and an online digital Gardening magazine at the Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener and Holly shares a ton of knowledge and resources.

If you love gardening and canning make sure to tune in to this show!

Show Resources:

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

 

Know Your Food: 7 Keys to the Abundant Life, Bible-Inspired

Abundant Health Inspired by Biblical Principles GNOWGLINS sheep labelAugust 27, 2014: Chiropractor and homesteader Dr. Eric Z shares the 7 key areas to an abundant life (based on Biblical principles) and we talk about the urban homesteading legacy he and his family are passing on to their children, local community, and even online through a weekly video series. You will love every minute! Plus… the tip of the week!

Show notes and more at http://KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/82