Do you need to winterize your chicken coop? Do you own a store bought chicken coop? I’ll show you in this post will show you how to insulate a prefab chicken coop for less than $10.
Happy New Year! I can’t believe 2017 is already here!
The long nights are here (as well as the cold and snow!) and my husband and I have been brewing a lot and I mean a lot over this last year. We hosted a large Yule party this year with lots of food and drink to fuel partygoers with something delicious, seasonal and warming.
We also wanted to make something traditional which many of our friends had never had before (let along drink out of a giant drinking horn!) so we made mead and I want to share the recipe with you.
Winter’s coming and you need to winterize the chicken coop. The days may still be blazing hot and sunny but winter is coming and it’s coming fast!
My trees are dumping leaves and making a yellow, brown and red crunchy carpet on the ground which provides me hours of cardio raking them up. The winds are picking up and temperatures are dropping at night so it’s time to start looking at winterizing the chicken coop.
And I’m going to show you how to do it for FREE, yes for free!
I want to share a secret with you so you can get amazing harvests in your garden too. I’m going to tell you how you can make your own liquid fertilizer using things you might already have in your garden.
Today I want to show you a cheap and easy way to make raised garden beds using cardboard. This raised bed tutorial is a no dig gardening method which anyone can do and I will take you through how I used materials I had lying around to make it. Read More
I have been on what can only be described as a sewing bender the last few weeks. I made a reversible bag as a gift for a very close friend and it exploded into requests from other friends then to family wanting one. So I have been diligently making a personalized bag for each person and I wanted to share with you how to make them. Read More
Dehydrating snow peas is a really easy way to start the homesteading skill of preserving. Preserving the harvest is a busy time in the homesteader’s year and comes around quickly once the growing season is off to a start and we’re already harvesting buckets full of leafy greens, snow peas, radishes and salads.
In this post, I’ll show you step by step how to dehydrate snow peas or any other peas where you can eat the pod whole such as mangetout by making healthy, delicious, spicy snow pea chips (snow pea crisps) in 6 easy steps. Read More