Monthly Archives: January 2012

“Emergency preparedness is a team sport,” Eric Whitaker   “Assessing, developing, attaining and sustaining needed emergency preparedness, response and recovery capabilities is a difficult task that requires sustained leadership …. There is a no silver bullet, no easy formula.” William Jenkins   This week, our focus is going to be on GLOVES…two types:   Latex via and Work via   I think the reasons behind needing gloves are probably pretty obvious.  Latex gloves are so useful in unsanitary conditions to […]

Emergency Kits – Gloves

Sweet N' Spicy Salmon 2 comments
I love, LOVE salmon.  The trouble is, it’s rarely something I can afford, so I don’t eat it very often.  When I happen to find it on sale for less than $4 a pound, I will buy it, but I’m pretty fearful of trying new recipes with it…cause what if it isn’t good?  I aint’ wasting $3.50/lb of food!!!    You know what I mean?  The last time I bought it, however, I decided to be brave and experiment…and I’m really […]

Ev’s Sweet N’ Spicy Salmon Recipe

AntidoteLongfellow 1 comment
The Arrow and the Song I  shot an arrow in the air, It fell to earth, I knew not where; For, so swiftly as it flew, the sight Could not follow in its flight.   I breathed a song into the air, It fell to earth, I knew not where. For who has sight so keen and strong, That it can follow the flight of song?   Long, long afterward, in an oak, I found the arrow, still unbroke; And […]

Thoughtful Thursday – Friendship

tweezers 4 comments
This week let’s add TWEEZERS to our first aid kits. via   I’ll be perfectly honest, I’ve NEVER bought a pair of tweezers before.  We own 3 pair, but that’s because they’ve come in first-aid kits I’ve bought.  I was thinking about it, and couldn’t remember ever buying them by themselves.   The good news is, you CAN purchase them in a kit, or by themselves, or however else you want to.  Amazon has them ranging from $2-$20.  (What you’ll […]

Emergency Kits – Tweezers

100_2654 3 comments
Ever since giving up gluten, I have had some major food cravings.   You know, for things like donuts, muffins, BREAD. That kinda thing.   Unfortunately, I haven’t found many homemade gluten free bread recipes that I’ve liked.  I’ve tried a ton of them, but haven’t found THE ONE.   I decided to ease my way into it, and to start by trying some quick breads, rather than yeast breads, and see if I had any better luck.  Again, I […]

Pumpkin Coconut Bread – Gluten Free