Soups have long been the mainstay of any cook who is trying to stretch the larder to feed more people, or the budget to save money. Soup is the basic survival food. This is the first in a series of Survival Soup recipes that you can make from commonly stored foods, your garden in season, … [Read more...] about How To Make A Hearty, Inexpensive “Survival Soup”
A while ago I began to wonder.... What does it really cost to feed me? When we buy in bulk or buy the sales in bulk or try out new long term storage cans it becomes difficult, at least for me, to know what it really costs to feed me for a day or a week. I decided to keep track of my food … [Read more...] about How To Do Budget-Friendly, Frugal Cooking
No, we don't have any colds or flu, but I usually make up several quarts of my "Flu Soup" just to keep on hand. It's worked so good for years to relieve any type of sinus/cold/flu or congestion etc. Be sure to add your honey and lemon. This recipe usually makes 4 1/2 quarts, and I add more water to … [Read more...] about Recipe for “Flu Soup”
This post was previously published here on SCP. Figured many of you have not seen it as it is buried deep within the archives. To see it in its original form click HERE. Food is my major concern when looking at my preps. I feel like I could just never have enough. At this point I have a large … [Read more...] about Survival Biscuits?
This is a great campfire/cookout side dish! You Will Need large yellow or Vidalia onions, peeled, leave root end intact packaged "Cajun" seasoning OR chili powder, ground black pepper, ground dried thyme, garlic powder extra-virgin olive oil Directions Peel the onions, remove … [Read more...] about Survival Recipe: Roasted Onions
This is easy, delicious and NOT deep fried! sweet potatoes (skin-on) washed and cut into 'french fry' size ground cumin cracked black pepper kosher salt to taste My family would throw me out if I didn't bring these to every holiday gathering. Cut cleaned sweet potatoes into … [Read more...] about Survival Recipe: Sweet Potato “Fries”