The Founder’s Park is sponsoring a fantastic preparedness education event on Saturday, May 20th from 10-3:00 at the AAI school building west on South Jordan Pkwy @ 10400. Click the links below for details about this event.
Date: Saturday, May 20
Time: 10: a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: American Academy of Innovations, 5410 West, S. Jordan Parkway
Click here for more detailed information.
If you can’t toast, microwave, or boil it, then it is well beyond my cooking ken.
As one with a serious case of DKS (dysfunctional kitchen syndrome) I was unaware that there were so many diverse cooking oils.
I thought there was only Crisco and Pam, or the Western Family substitutes.
It is obvious that, unlike me, Debbye Cannon is not a victim of DKS.
In the attached PDF she provides insights on different oils and their targeted uses.
Avocado oil? I thought we called that guacamole…
Of course, she was not talking about those pesky metal staples I forget to remove when I scan documents. Rather, she was explaining the basic food items need in a prepared kitchen.
So I guess my thoughts of a staple and paper clip stew was unfounded.
For more information , please click the link below.
If you are like most of us, once you make the commitment to complete your family’s 72 hour kit, there is a sense of relief. That is one more thing you have been putting off for years that you completed. With a sense of pride and accomplishment you consider that project complete and move on.
Well, Debbye Cannon is sending out her annual reminder that your long-ago completed 72 hour kit should be regularly updated. Read her suggestions by click the icon below.
Debbye Cannon alerted me to a local preparedness fair to be held on May 20, 2017. Click here for more details.
The last thing on your mind is your insurance papers.
So, to avoid forgetting such vital records, Sister Debbye Cannon has provided great insights of how to prepare critical paperwork so it is easy to gather when your mind is cluttered with more urgent matters.
Please click the link below for more information.
My idea of dinner in a hurry is a large bowl of Lucky Charms. It has eight essential vitamins and all the basic food groups – grain, diary, and tiny marsh mellows. Okay, not all the food groups, but they are magically delicious.
Obviously, Sister Debbye Cannon sees the concept of dinner in a hurry a bit differently than I do. Most likely, her ideas are far more sustainable than mine.
Please click the link below to get some “other” ideas about nutritious dinners in a hurry.
Luck Charm aficionados, unite!!!
In the event of an emergency, alternate sources of light and heat will become extremely important. Debbye Cannon has created an informative flyer with great ideas on lighting and heating devices that are affordable and store well. Please click that PDF file below.