Last week H told us about how she made out living on 1942 rations. This week, you all get to … More
This week, H reports on her experience living on 1942 rations.
Last week, as part of the 2019 Rationing Challenge, I made myself a salad using locally grown produce. This year, … More
Spring is really here, the fruit trees are finished blooming and The Man has even cut the grass.
Almost half a century has past since the carefree Saturday mornings of my childhood but I can still remember the … More
It’s still winter, and we are still using things up, wearing things out, making do and doing without.
My year got off to an awesome start when I realized that Marisa of Food in Jars was hosting another … More
The internet provides so many resources for saving money. This year I am trying a few (free) challenges to keep … More
Miss Wigglyhead is a little late getting away this year to join her distant cousins for their annual Yule time celebrations. She was waiting around until I made some fudge and a few other treats so she could take some with her as a gift. Now you could say that it was pretty smart of her to let me do all the work while she takes all the credit, but she did pitch in and help in the kitchen – but only after I made her a new apron!
In September, my focus shifts from the crazy business of summer to preparing for winter. September means that canning season reaches a crescendo. Hopefully, this will be good for both my budget and my pantry. Here is what I did the first two weeks of September.