WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR FOOD STORAGE . . . BESIDES HOLD UP YOUR BEDS!
And Other Food Adventures, Depending On Where My Whims Lead Me . . .
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Believe It or Not!
Believe it or not, I have been busy trying new ideas with my food storage and cooking outside. I have also been making bread and treats. I have even been taking pictures! Left is a giant foilie of the sweet and sour chicken.
I have also fallen in love with making this Artisan Bread. I am trying to figure how to make several smaller ones for bread bowls. Each baking dish needs a lid.
It has been a busy time with getting ready for another school year of baby sitting and just cleaning out thirty two years of accumulating marriage junk . . . Let me make it clear, I am getting rid of the junk, not the husband!
I am finding it hard to organize everything so that I can get to it to rotate through using my food stuffs on a regular basis.
I hope to start posting all of these tonight . . . after the grand sons come over to paint and make some wooden toys.
For over fifty years, I have seemed to spend a lot of my time in the kitchen. First, it was the usual “helping Mommy” whether it was everyday meals or canning. Mom wasn’t really into cooking, so I had to create my own kitchen adventures. As the years went by, I enjoyed it more and more. Fortunately, my family have been pretty good sports about my experiments!
Canning fruit in Utah led to huge gardens as a wife and mother, canning meat when it was too good of a price to pass up . . . Oops! No freezer . . . DUH! Finding that these activities have blessed my family repeatedly led me to this point.
Life experiences, working in a church cannery for three years and serving as cannery specialist two times have brought me to the point of sharing what I have learned. The most important lesson being, keep an open mind and always be ready to learn from others. Be sure to check out the links I have in the side bar of the blog!!!