5 Survival Recipes You Can Make from Your Stockpile
If you’ve been prepping for any length of time, you’ve started to build up your pantry stockpile to draw from when SHTF or when times get lean. There are many different survival pantry lists out there that list out what types of food to stockpile and how to store them properly. Continue reading 5 Survival Recipes You Can Make from Your Stockpile→
It’s The Fall Show! Planting the Fall Garden, Recipes, and Around the Homestead
Karen Lynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead”
This week Karen Lynn shares about their fall garden…what is going in and what’s coming out! They are also talking about their recent yard sale day and their plans for their Lil’ Suburban Homestead. They will discuss topics such as best items in their gardening zone 8b to plant for the fall and what grows easily for them. They will also be touching on over wintering plants Continue reading Fall Garden, Recipes, & The Homestead→
We have reached that point in the summer when most of our gardens are pumping out the good stuff. Tomatoes are ripe, cucumbers are crisp and the climbing green beans being plucked.There are great dishes that make me salivate when I think about this garden bounty. Classic dishes. Tonight I want to talk about some other creations. Some recipes of my own for this harvest and the next. I am going to be reading from my coming ebook Seasons in the Valley. The book will be out just before the holidays so you can enjoy these great recipes and writings about the great bounty of all 4 seasons. Continue reading The 5 Star Garden Bounty→
This week Karen Lynn has Steve and Melissa Jones, Editors and Publishers of From Scratch Magazine, which if you have not heard of it you are going to want to!… It is a free bi-monthly online only publication for those who enjoy living life simply. Is that you? This magazine is chock full of beautiful photography and extremely well written and informative content – From Scratch is the go-to guide for those who have chickens in the backyard, sew their own clothes, make their own jam, and enjoy gardening. Continue reading Back To Our Roots!→
Join Karen Lynn, Tammy Trayer from Trayer Wilderness, and Sharon Pannell from The Trailer Park Homesteader for a fun holiday evening chit chatting with three former Survival Mom Radio Hosts and discussing Homesteading Holiday Traditions & Recipes.
Tammy Trayer from Trayer Wilderness will bring her Off-grid living perspective and how they celebrate their Holidays at their homestead and Sharon Pannell lives in a “small space” homestead and she is an expert at using space wisely and she will share her perspective! Continue reading Homestead Holiday Traditions & Recipes!→
Karen Lynn and Kendra Lynne both are farm girls will be chatting about their love of canning and discussing favorite recipes, canning tips, tricks, and tutorials and more! You won’t want to miss this interview Karen Lynn will dive right in and ask Kendra Lynne questions that she has wanted to ask her for years both of them have been in the homesteading arena for years! Continue reading All Things Canning!→
Herb Gardening and AppleHurst
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”
In this week’s episode, Mike heads west to America’s heartland to the State of Iowa to have an in depth conversation with one of the gardening industry’s leading experts, Susan Appleget Hurst.
Susan is going to get you excited about growing fresh, tasty herbs in your own home, and tempt your taste buds with some great recipes so you know how to use the herbs that you are growing. Continue reading Herb Gardening and AppleHurst→
Can I Can That?!
Host: Noreen ‘Homestead Honey Hour’
This week on the Homestead Honey Hour, join host, Noreen as she brings you along for a fun filled show complete with a game show theme! I have gotten so many questions over the years about canning and recipes that tonight is the time to put these questions to the test. Some are funny, some are serious and some are just plain scary!
From beginners to seasoned home preservers, people often ask questions that are both humorous and perplexing. I have had several questions asked over and over again. Some questions just make you scratch your head and wonder. Indeed this is going to be a fun night. Continue reading Can I Can That?!→
Happy Thanksgiving! From all of us at Prepper Broadcasting!
Join us this Thursday afternoon for a special edition of the Homestead Honey Hour. Noreen and Katzcradul will be on hand to answer all your last minute questions and help you through the upcoming Thanksgiving Meal. We are calling the show Thanksgiving 411, Talkin’ Turkey (and stuffing, and cranberries and everything!).
Are you cooking thanksgiving for the first time? Are you having trouble with your bird? Do you have no idea what you are doing, but want some guidance on where to start? This is the time. Tune in, call in with your questions, join in the chat and we will do our best to answer everyone! Nothing is to easy or too hard, we can help you and if we can’t we can help you come up with an alternative to get you through.
The summer heat is pouring on and the rain, I think, has finally stopped. Many of us are walking out to incredibly booming gardens. This time of year we are forcing our extras out on other folks. Our overages are taking the window sills and table space all over the house.
What do you do with all these vegetables? I mean how much canning and storage can you do? It helps to have ways to incorporate them into you everyday cooking. Tonight on I Am Liberty I will be throwing on my chef hat to help you deal with all those damned tomatoes and zucchini piling up.
There are incredible recipes out there to be discovered. Tonight you have an opportunity to pick my brain so please feel free to interact. Go to the chat room or call in with your questions on how to use all the goodies you have grown. Never waste, compost worst case. Listen to this show in player below!
This Friday evening on “Foraging For Life” we are going to go over some of the very tasty dishes you can make with your foraged edibles. I will go through what I did to process those items and then a step by step with recipes on different dishes you can make with them as well as how to turn them into seasonings. A few of the ingredients we’ll be using include venison, lobster mushrooms, huckleberries and morels. I’d love to hear from you as to what you; the listener, would like to have featured in future shows as well. I’m hoping to put some videos together for this, so cross your fingers and wish me luck.
This first airing of “Foraging for Life” will cover how to identify what region you live in and what types of foraging is available. Where to find identification materials that are suited to your lifestyle and why that is important. Learning the seasons of different edibles and looking for places to “treasure hunt” within your area. Being safe while gathering and foraging etiquette.
We hear it all around us, “Times are tough, prices are outrageous, everything is going up except my wages…” Would you like to learn how to gather food from the wild for free? Have you ever asked yourself, ” If I got lost in the deep woods without provisions, how would I survive?” The senses can be trained to pick up on things that most walk past. Foraging, gathering, gleaning; whatever you care to call it, can be a life saving skill. I sometimes refer to it as treasure hunting! I have at times set out to find a particular food, weather it be berries or fungi, and came home with wild medicinal herbs, pine pitch or cones. I’m amazed at the vast array and abundance that our planet provides for us naturally…we just have to learn to read her labels of identification. Wouldn’t you love to know how to preserve for later use that which you have just gleaned from nature? I have lots of wonderful tips and procedures, recipes and tricks of the trade to help you find a wealth of useful skills to keep your treasures stable for later use. I invite you to join me in Foraging For Life to discuss and share the skills and knowledge of gathering wild edibles. Not only will we expand our ability to identify and use that which nature supplies, but we will also strengthen our sense of self-reliance by shedding some light on the practice of foraging. I gladly welcome any of your experiences and knowledge, please feel free to come check out the show and share them with me. Hope to see you there!
Don’t miss this first airing of “Foraging For Life”. Listen to this show in player below!