Growing and Foraging 100% of My Food – Day 333 Update

Hey everybody, Rob Greenfield here, and today is day 333 of growing and foraging all of my food. No restaurants, no grocery stores, no pantries at a friend’s house, no dumpster diving, no eating from another friend’s garden. Literally growing and foraging 100% of my food. It’s been about 4 months since my last update, […]

Heirloom Seeds with Roots and Refuge

and I’m really excited to try that one it just came in the mail today good morning guys beautiful wintry Wonderland here I mean it’s absolutely like a postcard this morning we got about 5 inches of snow last night we’ll probably get another 5 inches over the course of today you’re probably wondering why […]

Making a braided challah bread

Hey folks, today we’re going to do some bread. Em we’re gonna do something called challah which is traditionally a Jewish bread that’s eaten on Shabbat and also on Rosh Hashana appropriately so happy new year to all my Jewish friends out there and Rosh Hashanaa starts tonight for those who don’t know. This bread […]

Amish “Thank You ” Casserole

the garden I’m gonna work on a casserole for lunchtime and it is called the Amish thank you casserole so this comes from the cookbook the art of Amish cooking and it is a casserole dish that was meant as a thank-you gift and so it’s gonna be really simple to put together and I […]

A very short guide to making pancakes

Hey folks, I’m Eli_App_D and today we’re making pancakes! So today we’re talking pancakes and in the UK, or rather most of the UK, when people talk about pancakes the mean those really, really flat, paper thin crepes from France. Apart from Scotland however. Here in Scotland when we talk about pancakes, we mean these […]

Browning Ground Beef

We’re going to talk about ground beef or hamburger. The USDA says a product labeled hamburger can have no more than 30 percent fat and that’s the number you want to pay attention to when you’re buying ground beef. I purchased two separate varieties of ground beef and I pre-cooked one and then put it […]

Tour a Thriving 23-Year-Old Permaculture Food Forest – An Invitation for Wildness

My philosophy about what to do in the world isn’t, go to a pristine area and live there and enjoy your life. It’s to find a place that’s degraded and fix it up. Twenty-three years ago we started developing the food forest system here. A food forest is a permanent planting. So you want to […]

how to bake vegan lavender cookies

Today we’re making fancy, fragrant… …formidable? Lavender cookies and a nice pot of lavender tea people use lavender to relax an anxious mind or get to sleep in the evening but please don’t use it instead of prescribed medication lavender cookies are not medicinal, just delicious I grabbed some lavender from my mother’s garden. she […]

Walmer Castle Kitchen Garden: From Plot to Plate

Spring is my favourite time of year. I just love all the blossom. I love all the spring bulbs that come through. People have been growing produce here at Walmer Castle for about 300 years. The visitors here really love the connection between the kitchen garden and the tea rooms. We grow produce all year […]