Tag Archive: food

17 Strategies for Stashing Seasonal Produce in Your Freezer — Love Your Freezer | The Kitchn

17 Strategies for Stashing Seasonal Produce in Your Freezer — Love Your Freezer | The Kitchn.

Recipe: Parsnip & Potato Hash

Parsnips are one of those root veggies people ask me about a lot. As in,”What are these and what do I do with them?” From what I gather, they are a staple in… Continue reading

How to cook seasonal winter vegetables (INFOGRAPHIC)

  via here: How to cook seasonal winter vegetables (INFOGRAPHIC). More than any other time of the year, winter is when people send me pictures of Mystery Food that was in their CSA or… Continue reading

Best Food & Gardening Books of 2014

My personal picks with one caveat: these books may not have been published in 2014 but that’s when I got around to reading them. 1. Eating Wildly: Foraging for Life, Love and the Perfect… Continue reading

The Only Food Poor Americans Can Afford Is Making Them Unhealthy – The Atlantic

  The Only Food Poor Americans Can Afford Is Making Them Unhealthy – The Atlantic.   Nothing here that is new news to regular readers here , especially those who have lived it… Continue reading

A few thoughts on food stamp challenges…. #SNAP #Poverty

In my drafts, I have a long and still unfinished piece devoted to the pros and cons of people taking food stamp challenges. I’ve touched on key points here before but the subject… Continue reading

I made potato salad for a lot less than $60,000

  I have table-flipping-She-Hulk rage over that dude who raised at least $60,000 to make a damn potato salad. There was a 3 day period where I may have needed a trigger warning… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Fire Escape Gardening, using Garlic Mustard Greens, and dealing with canned tomatoes

Some good things to pass along today.   Link→  17 Tips For Starting Your Own Herb Garden. These are all great tips for small space gardening. The tip about buying seedlings versus seeds…might… Continue reading

10 Biggest Brain Damaging Habits (and who is at risk)

via More Psychology Hacks Here – Life Hackable. Almost all of this list of brain damaging habits are things more likely to affect people in poverty. I am so sorry for my redundancy at times… Continue reading

Lunchtime Links: Stamp Out Hunger, lots of lentil recipes, and another study confirms stuff we know

My laptop is back. Thank the techy gods for buyer’s protection plans. They replaced the screen and it’s as good as new now. So, back to things like Lunchtime Links! Tomorrow is the… Continue reading