Category Archives: Harvest and preservation

A 2013 Retrospective

Here it is the end of another year on the homestead and time to do a bit of looking back and reflecting. These columns are a great resource for me as I’ve been able to see what was uppermost on … Continue reading

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Preservation Kitchen! September 2013

Here it is September already, a turning point month, here on the homestead. The deep green of high summer is passing and we’re beginning to see more color changes with the yellows and golds emerging. My thoughts turn to making … Continue reading

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Scavenging and Gleening October, 2013

October 2013 It sure is beginning to feel like autumn and my homesteader brain (which I sometimes think is the amygdala-basic survival brain) kicks into squirrel mode. Gather and store, gather and store, is my mantra. Last month I was … Continue reading

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