Incredibly yummy. Incredibly easy. Incredible. That’s the word on the street for these hot pocket meat pies. Check out the recipe on Ready or Not #102: Hot Pocket Meat Pies.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
You thought earthquakes, tsunamis, and tornadoes were bad. Ha! They aren’t anything compared to zombies. Yes, folks, you need to prepare for the zombie apocalypse.
Ready or Not #214: Prepare For Zombies gives you the most current information to help you prepare for this upcoming disaster. Read it now – and get prepared!
Summertime is the perfect time for gathering wood for your woodburning stove for use later this year when it gets cold. (Wait! What am I talking about? With all of the rain we’ve been having, it really hasn’t warmed up where I live. A small fire in the fireplace sure is nice to take the chill off of these wet rainy days.)
See Ready or Not #81: Alternative Fuel and Gas Tips for tips on storing alternate fuel sources and how best to gas up your car.
I was at the grocery store the other day and I was mortified. There are so many things that are “dumbing down” America and the food industry is right in the thick of it. Ready or Not: #213: The Dumbing Down of Food Preparation talks about this dumbing down.
And by the way, have a freshly made peanutbutter sandwich for lunch using food items from your food storage!
It has been a while since I’ve shared a recipe. Let’s change that here and now! Try this yummy one that is easy to make using things in your food storage — Ready or Not #127: Peanut Butter Cookies.
Do you know anybody that is anti-food storage? I came across a website that was and it gave interesting reasons why. When you read Ready or Not #212: What a Way to Start Your Food Storage, pay attention to those reasons, and then enjoy the video clip of how one woman got a start on her food storage.
Have you ever eaten shoe leather? I have heard stories of the pioneers boiling the leather on their shoes hoping that it would sustain them until they could get real food to eat. They did live to tell the tale, but if you don’t have to eat shoe leather – don’t.
Ready or Not #124: USDA Recommended Safe Minimal Internal Temperature explains the need for using thermometers in your cooking and the temperatures that different meats should be cooked at. Make sure that you follow the guidelines. That will ensure that your food will be safe to eat — and won’t taste like leather!
“It’s all about the small things isn’t it?!” That was what I heard when I answered the phone the other day. It was my girlfriend and she had just solved two problems that had plagued her and her husband for years.
Ready or Not #211: Small and Simple Things discusses how changing the tiny things in life can be very powerful. Is there something small that you could change that would give you great benefits? (Like getting your water stored?)