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Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of ...
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, is a nationally-syndicated food preservation expert and award-winning author who has spent over 25 years mastering the art and craft of home canning and food preservation. This podcast will share delicious water bath and pressure canning recipes from all three of her published works, will give tips and techniques on how to preserve food in jars, dehydrate, freeze and so much more. Diane will also share culinary techniques, dive into the science and math us ...
 
Join me as we get our hands dirty. Whether it's farm and garden work, construction and carpentry, cooking and food preservation, or bushcraft and survival skills, you will find something that inspires your creativity. We learn from some true masters of their crafts. Other times we jump head-first into a project, figuring it out as we go. We explore an endless variety of skills, trades, and crafts using both traditional and modern tools and methods.
 
Two sisters, Lainie and Laura Beth, who love family, traditions, and all things Southern! There's plenty of room at the table, so pull up a chair as we discuss Southern culture, food, hospitality, travel, regional events, college football, preserving the good, Southern etiquette and more! Whether you are new to the South, never left the South, or just curious about the South, come on in! Instagram: @steelmagnoliaspodcast
 
LivingHomegrown is all about Living Farm Fresh Without the Farm™. Through canning and preserving, artisan food crafting and small-space food growing, you can enjoy the flavors of the season and live a more sustainable lifestyle no matter how small of a space you call home. Hosted by TV canning expert and national PBS TV producer, Theresa Loe, this weekly podcast alternates between solo episodes and interviews with the rock stars of the DIY food movement and each episode helps you live closer ...
 
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Wardee is a wife and mom of 3, the lead teacher and owner of TraditionalCookingSchool.com and the author of the Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods. #AskWardee is the weekly show devoted to answering your niggling questions about traditional cooking: whether it's your sourdough starter, your sauerkraut, preserving foods, broth, superfoods or anything else to do with Traditional Cooking. Catch #AskWardee live each Wednesday at 10am P at Periscope.tv/TradCookSchool or via replays and sh ...
 
Fire & Water Cooking is dedicated to teaching and discussing the cooking methods of barbecue, smoking, grilling and Sous Vide. We show how these methods can work really well together and separately to produce some of the best food you can make at home. Join us as we discuss barbecue, smoking, grilling, sous vide, and all types of cooking! From time to time we will have special guests and topics so make sure you subscribe! Fire & Water Cooking also has a YouTube channel, Facebook Group and Pa ...
 
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With the holidays around the corner, learn how to preserve delicious and visually appealing gifts to give this Thanksgiving and Christmas season. The Canning Diva will teach you how to use cranberries and apples, a seasonal favorite, in recipes to preserve and share throughout the holidays as well as use for fun gift ideas any time of the year. The…
 
The season we are approaching requires preparation. We are here to help you to prepare your heart, mind and even your gift list for what's ahead. Enjoy this season! 1) The Oyster Bed - Steak Bed https://www.theoysterbed.com/products/steak-bed-quartet 2) Old Fashioned On Purpose - 2022 planner https://meet.theprairiehomestead.com/2022plannermain 3) …
 
Welcome to another episode where we get to discuss more fun of southern culture! We are hitting our 3 year anniversary this week! Nearly 150 episodes have been produced by just 2 sisters! And with donations from some awesome listeners! If you didn’t know… we are listener supported, meaning, we have people that give to us each month to help us make …
 
I'm chatting with Carrie Wilson discussing everything you need to know about the Homestead Documentary Project. We're discussing what it is, who can benefit from it, where to watch, and where to find more info. You won’t want to miss this episode filled with the desire to connect fellow (or aspiring) homesteaders to other like-minded people. For mo…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva teaches you how to home can Chicken Soup to help ward off seasonal crud so you may stay healthy all winter long. Also known as Nature’s Penicillin, The Canning Diva shares the many healthy benefits of consuming Chicken Soup and the soup's amazing history so listeners may feel confident storing this natural remedy i…
 
In today’s episode we are sitting down with Ami Gangemella, aka Ami on Cloud Wine, to discuss holiday wines as we approach Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas. Wine could be a part of the host gifts you’d like to consider or the menu for your special occasions. Ami is going to help us understand how to evaluate a wine and help us confidently pair …
 
We live in a very rural area and experience power outages on a regular basis, especially during the winter months. Over the past 22 years, we've learned how to use a generator during a power outage, plus some great things to consider when using a generator or considering the best way for you to know how to use a generator at home. I’m also sharing …
 
Negro Spirituals consist of a set of songs that were created by slaves during their time of slavery and were sung from spirit to Spirit. They carry messages from God to us, and today we can still build inspiration from these songs. The Fisk Jubilee Singers are an American a cappella ensemble that performs Negro spirituals originally sung by slaves …
 
Welcome to my canning cellar! Some of these rutabagas were larger round than a big head of cabbage, and they weren’t easy to peel. My research told me to put them in boiling water to loosen up the skins, but I found the easier way for me was using my vegetable peeler. Not only did it work, it kept me from the extra step of waiting for the water to …
 
This episode is releasing on Laura Beth's 40th birthday! When we were discussing topics for fall, it felt right to put out an episode on southern adventures from the sky to release today because people tend to want to have adventure on their birthday, especially milestone birthdays. Mentioned on the show: If you were to sky dive from Key West, Flor…
 
We're tackling some new aquarium projects. Existing tanks need some work. Why are the tilapia growing so slowly? Why did I have a giant black algae bloom in the tetra tank? Are algae blooms bad for fish? Why did my cherry shrimp stop breeding? In addition to addressing these questions, we have some old tanks that we're repairing and getting up and …
 
What if you couldn't get medicine from the store? What would you do? We're discussing different options for alternative medicines, like growing and using medicinal herbs at home, as well as supply and supply issues with our modern medicinal system. For more information, links and shownotes visit melissaknorris.com/324.…
 
A nickname is usually reserved for your closest of friends, but given that every state in the U.S. has a nickname we are going to dive into the southern state nicknames and figure out where they heck some of them came from…and maybe rename a few, just for fun! If you’d like to join our Patreon Community to support us monthly for perks and exclusive…
 
If you've never heard the term hugelkultur gardening you're in for a treat. This centuries-old method of gardening is making a comeback, and this podcast episode is filled with everything you need to know to successfully grow a garden using this German peasant traditional way of gardening. Learn its origins, the proper method, plus tips and tricks …
 
Native to the southern United States, muscadine grapes love the heat and grow wild all over. They can be eaten whole, used in jams, jellies, smoothies, or fermented into sweet wine. We visited a muscadine winery just outside of Centerville, Tennessee.. Grinder’s Switch Winery which we are excited to tell y’all all about. They ship their wines to mo…
 
Did you know that a teaspoon of rosehips has as much vitamin C as 6 oranges? If you’re not using rosehips medicinally, this podcast is a must-listen! I’m talking with CeAnne from Farmhouse teas and we’re going over everything from growing, harvesting and preserving rosehips to how to use them medicinally. This is must-know information for heading i…
 
Deep in the hills of Tennessee, midway between Nashville and Knoxville lies a little community called Muddy Pond. During September and October, you can smell the aroma of freshly made sorghum syrup being made by this family-run farm. We had the opportunity to visit last weekend and are excited to share all about our adventures! The sorghum plant, w…
 
Today, you get to come along with me as we take a look at a bunch of different ongoing projects. Sometimes things work well, sometimes they don't. Sometimes we have to adjust our tactics, but we always learn. In this episode, we'll talk about some habitat restoration work, aquaponics, gardening, fitness, growing mushrooms, home construction, and ot…
 
If you’ve ever wondered about raising sheep for their wool or fiber this podcast episode is for you. I’m talking with Janet from Timbercreek Farms who is sharing all her knowledge on raising healthy sheep, caring for your flock, and how to skirt and naturally dye wool to use for garments, blankets and other uses. For more information, links and sho…
 
Today we are excited to introduce to you the founder of Raleigh, North Carolina’s first pay-what-you-can cafe, A Place at the Table. Maggie Kane is the Founder and Executive Director of A Place at the Table. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2013 and began working for a nonprofit with people experiencing homelessness. By befrien…
 
In this podcast we're talking all about fermenting vegetables! Including the three different kinds of fermentation and which is used when fermenting vegetables, how to ferment vegetables, plus all the supplies you need (and the supplies you DON'T need). You’ll be surprised at how little you need to ferment successfully, but there are also some opti…
 
Fair Entries, Bad Cord, Zucchini Jam Two different kinds of zucchini jam using the same base recipe. The equipment I used was my digital canner, a dutch oven pot, a wooden spoon, a food processor with the shredding attachment, a vegetable peeler, a paring knife, a skimmer, a dish towel, a canning funnel, a rubber daisy, a jar lifter, and I always w…
 
Bourbon and horses are the main drawing forces when it comes to Kentucky tourism, but we are going to give you lots of insider tips and recommendations on this barely-in-the- South city. Where to stay, what to eat, what to do, attractions, sports, and outdoor fun, Louisville has much to offer! A full blog of recommendations can be found at: https:/…
 
If you're thinking about buying goats or raising goats on your property, this is the post for you. We're covering everything you need to know about raising goats for a successful journey. We'll be covering what to know when buying goats for the first time, what to look for when buying goats, finding a goat vet, common diseases and health issues wit…
 
In this episode we are talking about a dessert that you might see at a community gathering, especially in the mountains of Appalachia. It’s pretty tall, not too sweet and as the story goes even a community effort. The Apple Stack Cake is a labor of love. It looks more like big thick pancakes with filling in between each layer. This cake screams fal…
 
Our skin is our biggest organ and what we come in contact with affects us. It's important to know what ingredients we're putting on our body, not only the ones that are harmful, but also the ones that are beneficial, and how they work with our bodies and skin. In this podcast, episode #318, I’m interviewing Emilie Toups from Toups & Co and discussi…
 
Using the Mrs. Wage’s packet:. What I used was a stainless steel stock pot, a wooden spoon, paring knife, strainer, canning funnel, de-bubbler, jar lifter, towel, paper towel, white vinegar, and I used my digital canner. I followed the directions on the package, and it was very easy seeing how it included the spices. All I had to do was wash the to…
 
Judy Blume once said "Librarians save lives: by handing the right book, at the right time, to a kid in need." Librarians play an important role in the lives of those who love to read. But what if you had no access to a library nor books? Today we are discussing some heroic librarians that filled a gap in a time of great need in the South. Under Pre…
 
If you've ever considered raising rabbits for meat, this podcast is a must-listen. Jeremy Chambers and I are discussing everything one would need to know in order to raise rabbits for meat. We cover everything from meat rabbit breeds, whether raising rabbits for meat is worth it and if it's profitable, how long it takes to raise rabbits for meat, w…
 
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