A Year’s Supply of Food – Scotch Broth

$300 to provide a basic one year supply of food for a family 4! Sounds wonderful, doesn't it!? For some reason, this recipe, and variations of it, often called Bean Soup, seems to make the rounds of preparedness groups/forums/email lists every few years, and since I've now had it sent to me 3 times in … Continue reading A Year’s Supply of Food – Scotch Broth

Whole Wheat Sourdough French Bread

This bread is our absolute favorite. It's quite a bit of work, and not a speedy bread, but it's well worth it! And, fwiw, the work is broken up into short segments. What's not to love about sourdough anything? If you have good sourdough starter, you don't need yeast, and it lends a very pleasant … Continue reading Whole Wheat Sourdough French Bread

Sourdough Pancakes – Whole Wheat w/Flax Seeds

These yummy pancakes are very easy to whip up, and very filling. The taste is a bit nutty, with a touch of the sourdough "zing" but I find the "zing" isn't as strong with whole wheat as with white flour. I do not use white flour - including in my sourdough starter and breads so … Continue reading Sourdough Pancakes – Whole Wheat w/Flax Seeds

Broccoli Chicken Rice-a-Royal

This one-pan dinner has a delicious taste surprise as well as lots of fiber and a good blend of nutrients. Prep time: 5 minutes     Cooking time: 20 minutes     Serves 3 Ingredients: 9 oz of  chicken breast - either fillets or strips 1/2 cup teriyaki marinade 1 box Rice-a-Roni, chicken and broccoli flavor 1 … Continue reading Broccoli Chicken Rice-a-Royal

Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

This yummy and colorful casserole has an Italian flair thanks to the basil and oregano. Serving suggestion - bake some potatoes in the oven alongside the casserole. Yes, it's colorful with red diced tomatoes, green beans, white (and dark if you wish) chicken, all topped with spices and both yellow and white cheeses. My husband … Continue reading Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole