In order to be a great bow hunter, you’ll have to go through years of training and experience. It’s just like playing a musical instrument; at first, you don’t know what you’re doing, but with a lot of practice and determination, you’ll find yourself playing sonatas. It’s just the same with archery and bow hunting, […]
This “movie trailer” for the Homesteading Summit was JUST RELEASED! It’s a pretty inspiring 50,000 ft view of what you can expect in the week ahead, watching the Mother Earth News Homesteading Summit! This 100% online event is set to kick off this coming Monday, October 31st. 35+ speaker, over 7 full days. Covering topics […]
There are many people who would want to reconnect with their traditional roots by preparing food the same way that their ancestors used to. This especially applies to people who come from families that have a long history of cooking pizzas in outdoor pizza ovens. These outdoor pizza ovens are markedly different from the modern […]
10. Genie Can The company GeniCan is offering homeowners one of the best inventions that’s ever made it into the modern day kitchen: artificial intelligence. Genie Can is essentially a talking and thinking machine that lives inside of your trash can, allowing you to verbally add to your always-growing grocery list. “What is it that […]
Video By Backwoods Gourmet Please support their channel by subscribing here Transcription provided by American Preppers Network Number of speakers: 1 (Backwoods Gourmet) Duration: 11 min 36 sec Watch more Backwoods Gourmet Videos Here!! Dutch Oven Fish Fry (Video & Transcript) BG: “Hey folks what we have here is something that most people in Florida […]
Video By Backwoods Gourmet Please support their channel by subscribing here Transcription provided by American Preppers Network Number of speakers: 1 (Backwoods Gourmet) Duration: 11 min 36 sec Survival Bread In a Dutch Oven “Hey folks, Backwoods Gourmet here, ready to show you another survival recipe. You can do it on an open fire, we’re […]
The word is, that this years winter in the United states is going to be brutal compared to what we have been getting the last several years. It is suppose to hit us a lot earlier as well. Where I currently live we tend to lose power during every storm and with no fireplace or […]
This has to be the easiest meal in a jar you can possible prepare. It calls for 5 basic ingredients and only 4 cups of boiling water to make. If you are going to make a few of these up to store in your food storage then use pint size jars with O2 absorbers or […]
There’s nothing like a good campfire meal when you’re “roughing it”. It’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but there may come a time when campfire cooking for preppers takes on a whole new meaning. After TEOTWAWKI, building a campfire will get deadly serious as it is a necessary survival skill that you […]
…zen & the art of cooking on a cast iron grill… I nearly forgot. Over two years ago, I was so happy with a new acquisition, I made a video of it’s first use…an “unboxing” if you will. Earned a gift certificate for Bass Pro Shops, enabling me to pull the trigger on a Lodge Cast […]
Is your Sweetened Condensed Milk in your food storage about to expire? Is the can starting to rust? Recently a question was posed in a group I am in on Facebook. A wonderful lady has asked I have about 16 cans of sweetened condensed milk that I need to get used up asap as the […]
We decided to finally tackle this project because the affectionately used term to describe a local here in Alaska is a “sourdough” or maybe the timing was just right and we wanted to take advantage of the cold, dark winter days here in Fairbanks. Whatever the reason, we are now required to work at least […]
Almost everyone has heard of “fiddlehead ferns,” the young fern wild edible, turn gourmet vegetable can be found across much of North America in the mid to late springtime. By Stephanie Dayle Few wild edibles are so easily spotted, convenient and tasty, or so widely available. They are high in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, […]
Looking for that perfect homemade Christmas present? Try canning some brandied apples, they are a simply divine dessert and an easy recipe to can yourself at home. Add a red bow to the top and it makes a great Christmas present (that is, if you don’t eat them all yourself, because they are that good) […]
Peel freshly laid hardboiled eggs with ease – without baking soda, or poking holes in them. Written and lived by Stephanie Dayle. Ever boiled up some eggs for a dish only to discover that you can’t peel them without destroying the egg? Then looked online to see an endless variety of experiments that range […]
How to make breakfast sausage with venison. Written and lived by Stephanie Dayle. Since I was a child I have practiced subsistence hunting, meaning we hunt for part of our meat supply that we eat throughout the year. Not for something pretty to hang on the wall. I was taught by my parents to use […]
Bean pots and their like have been around since the dawn of time. They are the original slow-cookers or crock pots of the open fire. Unfortunately, over the last hundred years, we’ve lost the skill and ability in using them. Our modern ovens lifestyle doesn’t allow for us to put some food in the oven […]
A while back I received, an item off my prepping wish list for Christmas, a Volcano Stove. I’d been wanting one for some time and was delighted to finally have one. According to what I researched, the Volcano Stove was the perfect emergency stove for our place. What I didn’t expect was how quickly we would incorporate it into […]
This Jalapeño flat bread and dip turned out to be an amazing hit in our home and did not last long.
Have you ever wondered how your Parents or Grand Parents cooked on a wood stove so successfully? This article makes it a breeze!!
Homemade Citrus Extract – An easy afternoon project that will save you money and will make great gifts for friends and family. This article also covers why you should make it part of your food storage, and how. Anyone can do this, try it today!
10 Great Reasons Why Everyone Should Be Storing Oats, one of natures most healthy and frugal foods!
Simple instructions on re-seasoning cast iron cookware!
Experienced review of food storage of gluten free pancake mix, Just Add Water!
The APN and their partner, Global Sun Oven, are giving away several Sun Ovens for National Preparedness Month through multiple contests!
Excellent list of important non-electrical utensils and tools to prepare / simplify your kitchen needs! Check it out!
Quality cake recipes for food storage and everyday use! Excellent variations too!
Everything you need to know about selecting and taking care of your Dutch Oven!
Detailed styles of cooking without on-grid power! Also, recipes for solar oven cooking.
Once you have a good sourdough starter concocted, a whole new world of baking opens up. This prize-winning sourdough bread recipe uses a cast iron Dutch oven and charcoal.
Detailed instructions and two recipes on preparing fruit to make jellies and jams with canning!