Split Coconut

How To Make Coconut Milk (and Coconut Flour)

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We use a lot of coconut milk in our cooking. However, the […]

How to Make Olive Brine for Dirty Martinis

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Over Father’s Day Weekend, I had the opportunity to share some of my kitchen magic that I’ve […]

Summer Wild Foods in South Florida

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Wow, it is hot already. Afternoons are in the 90’s, the sun […]

Eating old Canned Collard greens

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About a week ago, we ran across a dusty old jar or collards greens that we pressure canned ourselves…about 5-6 […]

Guest Post: Spicy Thai Jerky

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I received an email from a regular that I’ve gone over with a fine toothed […]

A tray full of tasy goodness - Smoked Rabbit that is Golden Brown and Delicious.

Smoking Rabbit

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The only thing better than having a good friend with a smoker, is have TWO good friends with a smoker. Last week, my buddy […]

Home Canning – Your First Batch, Strawberry Jam

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This is the final entry in my Home Canning series. I cannot stress how simple the whole process is, how little extra equipment you need, how much money you save on the end product, or how much better quality and taste is of the final […]

Getting Started With Home Canning – Safe Recipe Sources

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I mentioned yesterday about “sources for safe recipes”, because unfortunately, the Internet is full of fools writing anything they they misheard as a kid is fact. And in canning, that can lead to very devastating results.
Another source is old family recipe’s handed down from […]

Making Corned Beef Hash Prepper Style

Canning Corned Beef (Plus, a Corned Beef Hash Recipe)

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(This is slightly modified from a post I made last week at InTheRabbitHole.com’ s forums. While I do post on lots of other forums, I call their forum “Home”, and end up posting a lot there. They have a tight-knit community established, and while […]

Refrigerator Pickles

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I’m not a huge fan of store-bought pickles…anything that is processed tends to taste, well…processed. Once in a while I run across an honest to goodness, USDA-NOT approved fermented dill pickle, and I really enjoy them…but in this world of lawyers, guns, and money, not following the USDA’s guidelines can get […]