Know Your Food: Joel Salatin and Polyface Farm, Part 2

Joel Salatin PigsJuly 32, 2014 – I’m thrilled to share a conversation about food, farming, and getting back in the kitchen — with Joel Salatin, self-proclaimed “Christian, libertarian, environmentalist, capitalist, lunatic Farmer”.

This is part 2 of 2. You can find part 1 here.

In this half, we talk about what you should be doing in your backyard, the new Polyface Primer DVD series, and strategies for thinking outside the box to accomplish beyond organic farming.

Get to know Joel Salatin through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week!

Visit the show notes for links and more: http://KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/78

Cooke’s Frontier Radio Show: My Favorite Things Kitchen Edition

My Favorite ThingsJune 23, 2014: This week, Charley shares her favorite things for the kitchen right now. Want to know what she LOVES and couldn’t live without? Listen for her list of kitchen must-haves.

You can find the companion blog post here: My Favorite Things: Kitchen Edition

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Hostess With The Mostess

 hostess with the mostessMay 29, 2014:   Join Karen Lynn for her show this week as she discusses with all of you how you can be    the   “Hostess With The Mostess'” and also shares the impact of the emotional outpouring of love that folks  feel from the simple act of cooking and sharing during times of loss and hardship.  Don’t enjoy cooking or  like to cook at all?  Karen Lynn has some  tips  for you too!

 Whether you love making homemade donuts or would rather eat a delicious home-made fish stew Karen    Lynn has included something in this show for every Host and Hostess to try, mull over her musings, or    enjoy!

 Karen Lynn will share with you recipes that are available in your pantry right now as well as some of her favorite cook book and books on the topic of frugality that may be useful for you.

Show Resources:

Every Meal Can Be A Feast

It’s All In Your Pantry Donuts

Kosmic Karen’s Sweet Pepper Mustard

Friends, Family, Faith, Fellowship & Freezer Meals

Cajun Fish Stew & You Have To See This Puffer Fish

Homemade English Muffin Bread

 

Recommended Books:

The Complete Tightwad Gazette

Gift It From Scratch

Frugal Luxuries

Homemade Holiday Recipes:  80+ Recipes For Home Cooked Holiday Magic

 

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

 

Surviving on Shoestrings: Kitchen Stretching Tips & The Pride of Poverty

Surviving on Shoestring: poverty by us countyFebruary 17, 2014:  In this episode of Surviving on Shoestrings, Donna goes through some ideas to help your budget by stretching things in the kitchen.  For more helpful tips in the kitchen, check out Donna’s Blog HERE.  If it’s not up there yet, it will be!  Sign up for the Newsletter while you’re there too!

Then the last half of the show, she’ll wax philosophical and talk about the Pride of Poverty.  It’s a two edged sword. No matter if you are the one dealing with poverty or you know someone who is, there are ways to deal with the pride that is perceived from both sides.

This show sponsored by PREPARE Magazine & Millers Grain House

Email Donna with ideas and suggestions at:  SurvivingOnShoestrings@gmail.com

Surviving on Shoestrings: A hodge-podge of money saving kitchen ideas

groceriesMay 6, 2013 – Monday

In this episode Donna shares how her weird brain works. Over the years of stretching she has amassed a list of odd money-saving techniques that range from food to non-food items. Listen for a few off the wall tips! If you want more insight into some of them (and more of them) go to her YouTube Channel.

For suggestions and questions feel free to email Donna at: SurvivingOnShoestrings@gmail.com