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Neighborhood Gift: EZ Bread

Published on December 17, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

Okay, so there are a couple different options for this gift.  You can either make the bread and deliver it…fresh from the oven for best results, or as a mix for them to make.  Either way I’ve got you covered with the recipe cards to print out and ideas for how to dress it up! […]

Christmas Magic

Published on December 13, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

So if you’ve tried Magic Mix…chances are you fallen in love with it and chances are so will your neighbors!  It makes white sauces easy, make incredible pudding, and allows you to make your own condensed soups…plus, it uses up powdered milk-which for most is VERY hard to do!  Just mix up the Magic Mix […]

Cozy Homemade Hot Cocoa for Christmas

Published on December 13, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

If it’s time to rotate your supply of powdered milk, homemade hot cocoa mixes will put it to good use.  And, you’ll ease your wallet with this economical Christmas gift from food storage!  We call this “Snowman Soup” and package it with mini marshmallows and peppermint sticks for stirring.  Here is the recipe for the hot […]

Canned Meat: Scary or Delicious?

Published on December 9, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

So I’ve always been a little bit afraid of canned meat. Afraid in that I wont even eat canned soups or stews that have it. It grossed me out. I gave Jodi a sarcastic two thumbs up when she said she was going to start canning meat and figured canned meat would just never be […]

Food Storage Cookie Mixes

Published on December 7, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

Alright, it’s my favorite time of the year!  Neighborhood gift ideas, featuring food storage.  What better way to sneak a little food storage into your neighbors diet than a cookie mix?  After all, cookies are the best way to start loving your food storage!  Below are two WONDERFUL cookie mix recipes that are easy, won’t […]

Food Storage Makeover: Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

Published on November 30, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

We’ve been so busy with the Seven Day Challenge, One Second After group book discussion, and the Thanksgiving holiday, that we haven’t done a segment in our Food Storage Makeover series for a few months. Today Jodi shows Grandma Lori how to convert her favorite homemade chicken noodle soup recipe into a fabulous food storage […]

Food Storage Recipes

Published on November 28, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

I just thought I would point out a site I found that has an extensive list of food storage recipes. I have been to this site several times but I just noticed this particular page devoted to recipes and started looking through it. There are numerous recipes easily viewable by clicking on the section the […]

Thanksgiving “Recipes”

Published on November 22, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

Technically, these aren’t really “recipes,” per se.  And one of them doesn’t even include true “food storage” ingredients…unless you consider M & M’s food storage (which I do. They store for years in the freezer). I do however think you may enjoy these fun Thanksgiving ideas, so I wanted to share them. Try making “Blessing […]

Del’s Sour Cream Apple Pie: Dehydrated Apples Food Storage Recipe

Published on November 19, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

I would be remiss if I left out a really great apple pie recipe.  And this is a GREAT apple pie recipe. What better way to end pie week than with the pie Del would make on Thanksgiving!  (If you missed her pie class on Monday, click HERE!)  This is Del’s mother’s recipe and her […]

EASY Butterscotch Creme Pie: Powdered Milk Food Storage Recipes

Published on November 18, 2010 By The Success Fisherman

Okay, so I realize everybody doesn’t love butterscotch like I do. (Although, secretly I am trying to start a grass roots revolution to make it as popular as it was in the 60s-70s…but that is another story) What you will love if you don’t love butterscotch is the delicious and easy GINGER SNAP crumb crust. […]