Showing posts from February, 2019

Rose Petal Honey sweety

Some of the lovely girls from my very own garden I had a real treat for breakfast today. I spread some homemade rose petal honey on my toast. The fragrant petals came from my garden. I have about 24 rose plants. I used to be a rose snob and only allowed the scented ones on the property. Now however, I appreciate each for their own uniqueness. Make sure you don't use any roses that have been sprayed. I know, you don't want those pesky bugs eating them but share a bit and you get the rest. I don't even apply the bug killer to the soil that lasts for a few months. I used to and did have good success with my roses. But for this time when I use the roses in my honey and products, I will hold off. You can thank me now. Okay, it's really easy to make this honey: Pick a bunch of Rose Petals. Wild rose, domesticated, rugosa… any fragrant rose will do. Fill any size jar with the petals. Make it a light pack. Not too few, but not in really tight either. Pour honey int

What to do on a cold cold day

I love all things that sparkle. Here is a fun project for you, the kids, you and the kids. Brought to you by nature's freezer. And we have had our share of it here in Wisconsin!

A Frugal Prosumer Day

A short video showing a typical day at our Frugal Prosumer house. its one of our older videos on old equipment. In electronic years forever ago. Bear with the Blurry.

Mary does Plantain

Collecting and using Plantain in our yard. Plantain is one of our most used herbs. I have been using if for about forty some years mostly in a salve by itself or with a few other herbs. Just fresh out of the ground it will stop the pain of a bug sting or bite and help heal up a cut. It's pleasantly plentiful in our yard.