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Homestead Cookbook

Cucumber Scallion Dip

by Jessica Shelton 0

  If you're looking for a creamy, yet fresh-tasting accompaniment for a party tray or just a quick snack, this dip fits the bill.  Clean,…

Cheesy Green Chile Grits

by Jessica Shelton 0

Creamy, Fresh Rhubarb Cake

by Jessica Shelton 0

Lifestyle

Adam vs. the Post Pounder

by Sue Dick 0

  As far as I can tell, the blame lays squarely with Prince William of England and his then-fiancée, Kate the future Duchess of Cambridge. …

Future Homesteading

by Neil Shelton 0

Poultry

Spring Turkeys

by Doug Smith 0

  Whether you’re a follower of the “Good Book” or not, the time-honored classic contains a lot of good advice for everyday life.  One example…

Livestock

Raising Meat Rabbits: Lessons Learned Back to Front

by Anthony Okrongly 0

If you have never raised rabbits for meat, here is your no-BS primer.  Instead of starting at the beginning of raising rabbits, where most stories…

Second-Chance Horses

by Cynthia O'Neil 0

Gardening

Can You Double-Dig It?

by Barbara Bamberger-Scott 0

In the fall of 1980 I found myself on a hillside in Sussex England on a cold grey day, stuffing compost by the forkful into…

Brassica: The Queen of Greens

by Barbara Bamberger-Scott 0

Frugality and Finance

Fight Back! Save Money on Prescription Drugs

by Neil Shelton 0

In 2007, Americans spent five times as much on prescription drugs as they did just six years earlier. In 2002, Consumer Reports found that 65…

History

Letters of a Woman Homesteader 3: A Busy, Happy…

by Elinore P Stewart 0

"Letters of a Woman Homesteader" continued: September 11, 1909 Dear Mrs. Coney,— This has been for me the busiest, happiest summer I can remember. I…

Machinery

Ford Model 8N Operator’s Manual

by Neil Shelton 0

  Perhaps you’re wondering what sort of character would write a book review about an owner’s manual. Well, I have to admit that I don’t…

Health and Diet

The Devil We Know: Keeping Sugar Off the Table

by Barbara Bamberger-Scott 0

At a recent grandkid-birthday party, watching the little darlings consume a delicious dark chocolate cake prepared at the local whole foods store, I opined to…

Humor

An Innocent’s Tale

by Neil Shelton 0

  This morning, I was thinking about when I was a kid, about the farm across the river from ours, and about the folks who…

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