Kim on August 7th, 2009

Spices add flavor and variety to food storage staples.

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Kim on July 23rd, 2009

Lemon zest and allspice set this recipe apart! I love zucchini bread and I have tried recipes that include everything from bananas to chocolate, but this zucchini bread recipe (from my friend, Tammy)  is my definitive favorite.  Even with the addition of healthier whole wheat flour, this bread stays moist and the flavor from the […]

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Kim on July 23rd, 2009

I often post about stocking spices to add flavor and variety to food storage, but my friend Emily has given me another reason: home remedies.  She has graciously shared three very nice publications that she compiled with information on health benefits and uses for multiple herbs and spices.  You can download her brochures here: Kitchen […]

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Kim on June 27th, 2009

One of my favorite food storage ingredients is dehydrated apples.   They are time-savers because they eliminate the need to wash, peel and cut apples, and they are delicious added to so many recipes.  Today I used them in this Apple Puff Pancake recipe.  It’s similar to a German Pancake, just a little less egg-y, and spiced up […]

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Kim on May 24th, 2009

Meat is an essential ingredient in long-term food storage.  Whether you store your meat in the freezer or in cans on your pantry shelves, you’ll appreciate the added flavor of good spices to season it for meals.  Here are some great spice blends that I enjoy from Alison’s Pantry for meats: You’ve likely tried Garlic Salt, but have you tried […]

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