How to Make Hard Tack Biscuits With a 50 Year Shelf Life
How are you going to eat in case society collapses? What if the much needed Revolutionary War Two finally occurs and the food supply chain breaks down? There are many reasons to have some long-lasting vittles stashed to stave off hunger or maybe even starvation.
Follow the link above for a right-on recipe to make those vittles that may save you from starvation some year.
20 Places to Find Local Food and Family Farms Near You
Click on the link above and maybe the information and links offered there may assist you in grabbing locally grown or raised goodies. In my back-woods neck of the USA where we are at the end of the food supply line our grocery stores obtain the crappiest veggies I have seen anywhere. Bah!!!
“…a defining characteristic for mollusks, and a disportionately large gonad.”
That, I suppose, is an apt description of a California abalone.
Grab an abalone and a few scallops.
Mash them together and…
Scaloni waiting for cooking
I use a GE electric griddle.
It is a BIG device and can cook a lot of bacon.
Over the years a frequent problem I faced was the bacon curling up at the ends or “fat pockets” rising up in the middle leaving areas on most to all bacon slices uncooked or only partially cooked.
Think what a better world it would be if we all – the whole world – had cookies and milk about three o’clock every afternoon and then lay down with our blankies for a nap. ~Robert Fulghum