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Homestead Kitchen by Eivin Kilcher
The first cookbook from homesteaders and co-stars of Discovery’s Alaska: The Last Frontier Eve and Eivin Kilcher features appealing recipes for anyone looking to live more sustainably, healthfully, and independently, regardless of where and what they call home. Eve and Eivin Kilcher, stars of the hit Discovery show Alaska: The Last Frontier, are experts in sustainable living. Homesteaders by choice, the couple has had to use their self-reliance skills to survive harsh winters in the Alaskan wilderness and raise a thriving family. In their debut book, the Kilchers share 85 original family recipes and advice on gardening, preserving, and foraging. The tips and techniques they have cultivated from their family and through necessity will help anyone looking to shrink their environmental footprint and become less dependent on mass-produced food and products. Stunningly photographed in and around their handmade home and farm, Homestead Kitchen illustrates that taking on small-scale sustainable projects is not only possible in a suburban/urban setting, but ultimately a more responsible and gratifying way to live.
The Homestead Kitchen by Heather Hayes Jackson
Often as homesteaders, we find ourselves overwhelmed by the foods we worked so hard to produce. Fruits and vegetables from our garden (or our CSA basket) overflow the counters, raw milk is taking over the fridge, the chickens are laying eggs like crazy, and yet, it's still hard to figure out how to get a fresh meal on the table each night. The Homestead Kitchen will guide you to plan menus around what you have on hand. It provides frugal tips to help you get every ounce of goodness from your fresh ingredients and it will give you the confidence you need to turn your ingredients into easy, delicious meals. The book includes 40 real-food recipes, each featuring fresh ingredients that can be raised on a small homestead or purchased at many farmers' markets. Each recipe also includes a mouth-watering picture.
The Backyard Homestead Book Of Kitchen Know How by Andrea Chesman
Growing vegetables and raising livestock is only the beginning of a successful homestead — that fresh food goes to waste unless you can properly prepare, cook, and preserve it. Andrea Chesman shows you how to bridge the gap between field and table, covering everything from curing meats and making sausage to canning fruits and vegetables, milling flour, working with sourdough, baking no-knead breads, making braises and stews that can be adapted to different cuts of meat, rendering lard and tallow, pickling, making butter and cheese, making yogurt, blanching vegetables for the freezer, making jams and jellies, drying produce, and much more. You’ll learn all the techniques you need to get the most from homegrown foods, along with dozens of simple and delicious recipes, most of which can be adapted to use whatever you have available.
The Prairie Homestead Cookbook by Jill Winger
Jill Winger, creator of the award-winning blog The Prairie Homestead, introduces her debut The Prairie Homestead Cookbook, including 100+ delicious, wholesome recipes made with fresh ingredients to bring the flavors and spirit of homestead cooking to any kitchen table. With a foreword by bestselling author Joel Salatin The Pioneer Woman Cooks meets 100 Days of Real Food, on the Wyoming prairie. While Jill produces much of her own food on her Wyoming ranch, you don’t have to grow all—or even any—of your own food to cook and eat like a homesteader. Jill teaches people how to make delicious traditional American comfort food recipes with whole ingredients and shows that you don’t have to use obscure items to enjoy this lifestyle. And as a busy mother of three, Jill knows how to make recipes easy and delicious for all ages. "Jill takes you on an insightful and delicious journey of becoming a homesteader. This book is packed with so much easy to follow, practical, hands-on information about steps you can take towards integrating homesteading into your life. It is packed full of exciting and mouth-watering recipes and heartwarming stories of her unique adventure into homesteading. These recipes are ones I know I will be using regularly in my kitchen." - Eve Kilcher These 109 recipes include her family’s favorites, with maple-glazed pork chops, butternut Alfredo pasta, and browned butter skillet corn. Jill also shares 17 bonus recipes for homemade sauces, salt rubs, sour cream, and the like—staples that many people are surprised to learn you can make yourself. Beyond these recipes, The Prairie Homestead Cookbook shares the tools and tips Jill has learned from life on the homestead, like how to churn your own butter, feed a family on a budget, and experience all the fulfilling satisfaction of a DIY lifestyle.
The Holistic Homestead by Julia Hubler
The Holistic Homestead: How to Start an Interconnected Homestead, is here to give you more than the often-repeated, simple information you find in any homesteading book. The goal of this book is to show you how to think holistically (meaning with a consideration for your entire homestead). First by giving you lots of practical examples so you can see how to make the connections, then by showing you how to make your own. Grow your own sustainable, permaculture type of homestead that considers every aspect, with a plan and goal for the future! Soli Deo Gloria! (Glory be to God alone!) Table of Contents... Introduction Chapter 1: Holistic, Permaculture & Homesteading Chapter 2: Holistic Guidelines Chapter 3: Six Pivotal Points to Starting a Successful Homestead Chapter 4: Grass Is Key! Chapter 5: The Microbial Conscious Gardener Chapter 6: Compost—A Homesteader’s Best Friend Chapter 7: The Orchard & Fruit Tree Guilds Chapter 8: Holistic Vegetable Gardening Chapter 9: Multi-Purpose Herbs Chapter 10: Weeds—A Problem or Temporary Solution? Chapter 11: Beneficial Insects & Holistic Pest Control Chapter 12: Rainwater & Greywater on the Homestead Chapter 13: Holistic Chickens Chapter 14: Beyond Chickens—Guineas, Ducks & More Chapter 15: Milk Cows & Goats, Part 1: Which Is Best for You? Chapter 16: Milk Cows & Goats, Part 2: Two Important Considerations Chapter 17: Milking Sanitation Chapter 18: Keeping Roosters, Bucks, Rams & Bulls Chapter 19: Natural Remedies & Animal Health on the Homestead Chapter 20: Fly Control & Prevention Chapter 21: Holistic Points Applied Chapter 22: Make the Connections Part 3: Indoor Homesteading Chapter 23: Connections in the Home Chapter 24: The Holistic Household, Part 1: Eight Ways to Reduce Waste Chapter 25: The Holistic Household, Part 2: System Efficiency Chapter 26: The Holistic Household, Part 3: Preserving & a Few Projects Chapter 27: The Holistic Household, Part 4: Family Health Part 4: Put the Pieces Together! Chapter 28: The Holistic Homestead Resources & Notes—How & Where to Learn More Appendix Index About
The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan
This comprehensive guide to homesteading provides all the information you need to grow and preserve a sustainable harvest of grains and vegetables; raise animals for meat, eggs, and dairy; and keep honey bees for your sweeter days. With easy-to-follow instructions on canning, drying, and pickling, you’ll enjoy your backyard bounty all winter long. Also available in this series: The Backyard Homestead Seasonal Planner, The Backyard Homestead Book of Building Projects, The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals, and The Backyard Homestead Book of Kitchen Know-How.
Arab Cooking On A Prairie Homestead by Habeeb Salloum
Readers will delight in Habeeb Salloum's childhood recollections of a Syrian childhood on the prairies, and his tales of encounters with food around the world. Cooks will be inspired by his love of cooking, by his deep appreciation for his culinary heritage, and by his enthusiasm for new discoveries in food through his travels.
Arab Cooking On A Saskatchewan Homestead by Habeeb Salloum
In Arab Cooking on a Saskatchewan Homestead, over 200 recipes and the author's recollections from childhood combine to tell the story of a little-known group of early immigrants to the Saskatchewan prairies--the Syrians (most of them later known as Lebanese). There was a significant Syrian community in Saskatchewan during the Depression, and as Mr. Salloum points out, their traditional foods and crops were well-suited to the dryland farming that the drought of the 1930s demanded. Thus they thrived during this difficult period on the prairies. Their traditional foods--such as yogurt, chickpeas, and burghul--were, at the time, virtually unknown to their fellow homesteaders; today, however, these same foods are an important part of an increasingly varied and globally influenced North American cuisine.
The Backyard Homestead Book Of Building Projects by Spike Carlsen
Gardeners, small farmers, and outdoor living enthusiasts will love this compilation of 76 rustic DIY projects. From plant supports and clotheslines to a chicken coop, a greenhouse, and a root cellar with storage bins, most of the projects are suitable for complete novices, and all use just basic tools and easy-to-find materials. You’ll find techniques to build whatever your outdoor world is missing, with additional tips to live sustainably, happily, and independently.
Kirrama by Barbara Gunn
Kirrama, Life on an Australian Cattle Station is real and as far removed from comfort and safety as anything you could find in the best fiction adventure novels. It is the true-life story of an average Texas ranching family who took a giant step across the boundary that lies between normal to extra-ordinary adventure and sacrifice. The Gunn family migrated from a small two-thousand acre Central Texas ranch in Williamson County, Texas, to a beautiful one hundred and six thousand acre (166 sq. mile) cattle station (ranch) in Queensland, Australia. The family in this book is living proof of the true strength and courage we all possess when faced with a challenge. How do we learn to live without modern comforts and the advanced technology that has become very much a part of our everyday existence? Little did we realize at the beginning of our journey that we had seen the last of automatic washers, dryers, hot water heaters and electricity for many years. Now, we would experience the use of concrete rub boards graduating to gas powered wringer type washers. The children would be home schooled. Outpost radio was the only means of communication with the outside world, as well as the Royal Flying Doctor Service for verbal diagnosis and treatment of all medical conditions. There was no landing strip on this property located on a rough, remote mountain range, therefore, the doctor could only be used to instruct in a verbal capacity. Kirrama (aboriginal meaning for lots of water) will take you through camping experiences on rivers infested with saltwater crocodiles, deadly snakes, sharks, wild hogs, and dingoes. You will enjoy the wild life of the graceful yet awkward looking kangaroos, curious emus, and beautiful colored parrots as well as the sad times of having to prepare a loved one for burial, while experiencing aboriginal life in the Great Outback of The Land Down Under. Sold on Reality? Time Magazine September 27, 2001, reported Reality TV such as Survivor II, The Australian Outback, was watched by hundreds of millions of people in more than forty countries by people fascinated with excitement, adventure, and reality far removed from the everyday routine of their lives. Reality none the less, being experienced by ordinary people like themselves, it creates an awakening within them that each and everyone of us possess; the basic human as well as spiritual strength to survive in situations outside the safety and comforts of our own normal lives. Oprahs last show in Australia was a tremendous success. People are in awe of the huge cattle stations, the Great Barrier Reef, the unusual animals, and the whole of Australia in general. The stories in Kirrama will take you from our long forty-two hour travel time from Austin, Texas, U.S.A., to Cairns, Queensland, Australia; including the feelings and trials of moving to a new country on to the many moves to various cattle stations in very remote outback areas and finally to our new home with many more adventures and trials. People Weekly magazine in their February 5, 2001, addition covered the complete story of the arrival of the Survivor II crew to Goshen, which was the adjoining station to Kirrma Station. The faux Stone Age Tribal Council was actually built on the rocky edge above the Herbert River where Blenco Falls cascades for 500 feet into the Herbert River Gorge on Kirrama Station. Kirrama was purchased by the Gunn family from Doug and Ruth Farquhar, the Australian family who then purchased Goshen Station. Much of Kirrama is written about this area, as well as the very remote cattle stations in the Cape York Peninsula.