Small black bugs found mostly around window sill but also around lamps and now on beds. Can anyone say what they are and best way to get rid of them?
Warren County Ohio Posted about 14 hours ago
what kind of fossil is this or is it??
Wyoming Posted 1 day ago
I'm looking into raising meat goats. Will there be any extension training/seminars in 2020?
Ohio goats Posted 2 days ago
How long to pressure cook sausage gravy?
When we buy chicken breasts and bake them, some are very grizley and some are tender. Why is this ? Many years ago all chicken breasts were very good. Should we buy only some brands verses others?Thank you
Hiya! I am trying to find the contact info re RV camping? The Gallia Co Fairgrounds came up on my RV app as having facilities? I have a tel # 740.446.4120. But cannot find anything on the weblink? Thanks for info!
Mecklenburg County North Carolina Posted 6 days ago
Hello, I am planning on growing mushrooms in compost substrate. I would like to soak the compost in water for 1-7 days and then drain the water to let the oxygen kill the anaerobes. However, I know that this liquid / 'compost tea' is bad for plants but I do not plan to use it. My question is: will the liquid that I drain be potentially harmful to myself or any animals that may encounter it? Any insight would be gratefully appreciated.
I baked an un-stuffed turkey. I put onions, celery and garlic in the cavity and poured a little water, sherry and herbs in the bottom of the pan. When the turkey was done, there was lot of liquid in the pan. I poured it out and let it sit in the fridge. The fat rose to the top and what was left was gelatinized. What can I use this for? What is it called? If it's useful, can I freeze it?
Hello. I am new to canning, and in the process of purchasing tools to pressure can. I would prefer to purchase a vessel that can multi-function. So, I am considering either the Granite Ware 20 quart Anodized Aluminum Pressure Cooker/Canner/Steamer or the Nesco 9.5 quart Stainless Steel (with an aluminum insert for canning) NPC-9 Smart Pressure Canner and Cooker. I had read that NCHFP warned against use of an electric pressure cooker for pressure canning. However, this smart device seems different. Are these vessels (Granite Ware and Nesco) safe for pressure cooking, pressure canning and water bath canning? Which would you recommend? Thank you. ~ Yolanda
Franklin County Ohio home food preservation Posted 7 days ago
Hello. I am raising 2 bull frog tadpoles I got from a friend's pond. They have been in a 8 x 8 glass container for approx 2 years. They eat and are active. I have been keeping the water clean from my pond water and feed them cucumber and boiled lettuce. They still haven't developed legs. A friend suggested my container was too small. Please advise. (The snails are doing just fine.) THANK YOU!
Franklin County Ohio Posted 8 days ago