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Sunday, April 19, 2020

Starting Seeds Indoors





Starting seeds indoors! They are growing so good. I hope they transplant great. I have a shelf in my kitchen in front of a south facing window full of starts. Tomatoes, green beans, baby corn, lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, green peppers, sunflowers, and more more. I am doing a garden 2 times bigger than I had last year. Also trying potatoes this year. So happy yesterday when I seen 2 little potato plants growing.


Everyone grow some food!! Anything!! Start a container garden if you have to.
I couldn't get to a store to get potting soil so I ordered this SPONGEASE Coco Coir Brick, Makes 2 gals Potting Soil for seedlings, Rooting, Vegetables, Berries, Roses, Orchids, House Plants, hydroponics, Worm Farms, Animal Bedding from Amazon. It worked great. I love it and will probably use it from now on.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

How to sew a face masks with knit or fleece straps without using elastic...

NO-SEW Face Masks for All Ages -By Orly Shani

Food Storage Recipe - Split Pea Soup

IT IS COOKING!!
I know it is probably too warm to make this kind of soup, but I need some comfort food right now. This is my favorite soup and I can make a big pot of this and it will last me a couple of days. I am the only one in the house that likes it.

This morning I was looking for something in my pantry and I found 1 bag of dried split peas and 1 small can of ham!

I don't really measure anything. I put the chopped onion, chopped carrots, chopped up ham, and some seasoning in a big soup pot with a tiny bit of bacon grease. Saute it all until the onions are done - a few minutes.

Add the cleaned dried split peas and ( I usually use chicken broth) but, today I am just using water and a packet of Goya Ham flavoring. Also add salt and pepper.

Let it all cook until the split peas are tender. Eat. You can smash it all up if you want. To make it creamy. I just eat it like it is.







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