Christmas of 2012 taught me a lesson. About 2:00 am just hours before the children would wake to open their gifts, I woke my husband "It is time to put the little kitchen together, this is a 'Daddy' job." For the next three hours both of us laboriously inserted one screw at a time to complete the project, I felt grateful that my husband can follow directions. I knew I had been taken through an exercise that stretched me and taught me that SUCCESS IS DELIBERATE. This method is often counter to the way I like to approach life, especially cooking. I like to wing it, throw it all in, go for adventure, be flexible and follow my best sense. There was nothing intuitive in that little kitchen set. The only way through the maze of parts was a step by step disciplined approach.
I learned success at any task takes following a plan. When feeding a family these are tools to use: recipes, menues, budgets, and a plan for acquiring and using basic shelf stable items and long term food storage items. We will create happy memories, feed our our families and protect our homes. it will take careful PLANNING to be SUCCESSFUL. Lets do it!
Back to Biscuits:
This week I cleaned the fridge freezer and made a list of everything. Our breakfasts, lunches and dinners have included these items. Stress has decreased considerably because the menu possibilities are in front of me and we can use what I have. The freezer is organized and it is like giving myself a hug every time I open the door.
One item I found was a gallon size bag of biscuit mix. This homemade mix is all the dry ingredients (flour, salt, baking powder, sugar and the butter) in my Grandma's biscuit recipe. I assembled 3-4 mixes at a time, froze them, and now we get to enjoy them.