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Welcome to The Christian Homekeeper. I'm really glad you stopped by. I love the Lord and I love His Word. My goal is to offer some words of encouragement and build up your desire to know Him better and to share old fashioned information that is helpful. I've been online since 1996 with first a web site and now a blog. I enjoy hearing from you in the comments and you can find me on Facebook and Twitter as well.
Category Archives: Canning-Dehydrating-Prepping
This is a jar of my home-canned sausage. My husband’s Grandmother taught me how to can it using grease instead of broth or water. The grease, lard in this case, keeps the sausage tasting like sausage and keeps the typical … Continue reading →
Here is a repost from last year…… pumpkins are coming in and this Pumpkin Butter is a requirement around here!
Pumpkin Butter is one of those things that, to me, doesn’t sound all that good. But it really is! Its so … Continue reading →
Heaven in a jar. Strawberry Jam is my favorite. I make it the old fashioned way; no powdered or liquid pectin. I use fresh lemon juice and lemon peel for the pectin, just like my Grandma did. Its really handy … Continue reading →
I’m bringing this post up from the past. Its a great recipe and there is a link to a somewhat different recipe.
Well its new for me anyway. Here is my other recipe which uses quick cooking tapioca as a thickener.
This one … Continue reading →
For years I have dehydrated all kinds of food for my family. Fruits, vegetables, herbs, meat and even complete meals are on my regular dehydrating list. Two vegetables that I have always dried without using the dehydrator though were Green … Continue reading →
A Thermos, that is. You really do need at least one and preferably a big one. There are so many things you can do with a Thermos including cooking in it. Thermos is a brand name of a product known … Continue reading →
Here is a short, FREE eBook with pear recipes and tips.
FREE Pear Season eBook
When I got in from vacation last week, I expected to be met with lots of garden produce to can and freeze. Because of the weather, I didn’t get nearly what I had hoped for but I got busy with … Continue reading →