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How to Make Organic Fertilizer at Home

Gardening

How to Make Organic Fertilizer at Home

There are a host of elements that are essential for healthy garden crops, but the three that are most limited in our natural environment are Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium—commonly referred to by their chemical symbols N, P, and K. Most gardeners know what aisle of the big box store to find...
Jordan Tony Oct 4, 2022
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Loaded Cauliflower Soup

Recipes

Loaded Cauliflower Soup

Inspired by loaded potato soup, this version made with cauliflower and leeks makes a the perfect fall starter or a cozy weeknight meal with some crunchy dipping bread. The pureed cauliflower adds its own creaminess, but definitely don’t skimp on the bacon and cheddar cheese toppings.
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Video: How to Make Squirrel and Dumplings

Cooking Techniques

Video: How to Make Squirrel and Dumplings

This squirrel and dumplings recipe is guaranteed to have you treeing and skinning more squirrels than ever before. Cooked down and topped with some bear grease biscuits, this recipe is the ultimate stick-to-your-ribs comfort food that will certainly make the most of your harvest.
Clay Newcomb Sep 30, 2022
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5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Start a Homestead

Homesteading

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Start a Homestead

While it’s easy enough to enjoy the thought of one day running your own homestead, pining for that life of self-sufficiency, the truth of the matter is that kind of life can be taxing, and that’s putting it lightly. Things don’t always go the way we planned, and we’re left scratching our heads...
Mike Fitzgerald Sep 29, 2022
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3 Steps to Winterize Your Garden

Gardening

3 Steps to Winterize Your Garden

As the temperatures cool and the sun begins to dip lower in the sky, your vegetable garden may start to look a bit bedraggled. This is a completely normal part of the cycle of an annual vegetable garden, but it doesn’t mean your work is done for the year. Preparing your vegetable garden for winter...
Jordan Tony Sep 28, 2022
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Apple Cider Muffins

Recipes

Apple Cider Muffins

Fall means fresh apples. My family goes apple picking every October near Omaha, and we always bring home more apples than we know what to do with. Here’s my version of a fall, apple-focused pastry: muffins made with cooked-down cider and a healthy dose of fresh-picked apple.
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Video: How to Grow Garlic

Gardening

Video: How to Grow Garlic

The falling temperatures and falling leaves are signaling that soon the green in our gardens will turn brown as life moves into its annual winter dormancy. There’s a handful of plants that can survive—and even thrive—in the harshness of winter. One of those plants is garlic. Typically planted in the...
Misty Newcomb Sep 22, 2022
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Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

Recipes

Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

If you love mac and cheese, but find it a bit too decadent to eat regularly, here’s a recipe that will help make this guilty pleasure a little more nutritious. There’s still cheese, but the base for the sauce is not a milk-based roux. Instead, the foundation of this mac and cheese recipe is a...
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How to Grow Beets

Gardening

How to Grow Beets

Beets were most likely first cultivated thousands of years ago by the Greeks and Romans. Early beets were primarily grown for their fleshy leaves which were similar to what we now call “Swiss Chard.” The first recorded evidence of beets being grown for their bulbous roots was in the 1500s in Germany...
Jordan Tony Sep 19, 2022
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Video: How to Save Seeds from Your Garden

Gardening

Video: How to Save Seeds from Your Garden

Saving your own seeds from your garden is a rewarding practice and over time it will adapt your veggies to your garden’s specific microclimate. Here are a few tips for new seed savers and some veggies to get started with. For a more detailed description on how to save seeds, check out this article...
Jordan Tony Sep 16, 2022
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Grilled Goose with Figs

Recipes

Grilled Goose with Figs

Early-season goose hunting feels entirely different from the late-season goose hunting I'm more accustomed to. There is freshly chopped corn on the field instead of snow, and instead of trying to keep my hands warm, I'm worried about ticks. But the sound of geese overhead has my blood pumping just...
Wade Truong Sep 13, 2022
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