The main difference between TV chefs and Airman 1st Class Ryan Scott is that, although they are all chefs, Airman Scott serves 3 meals a day to several thousand people per day. Stationed at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., Airman Scott is also responsible for cleaning and maintaining one of the best dining facilities in … Continue reading AIR FORCE CHEFS, AT HOME AND ABROAD
For years I’ve wanted to learn to identify foods that I could forage from the wild, but was always too afraid that I would pick a poisonous plant or mushroom that would make me so sick that I wished I was dead, or might actually kill me. So, unless it came from a store, a … Continue reading Edible Mushrooms in Florida
Ask anyone from the 1960‘s era what a beehive is and they will tell you it’s a hairstyle where you coil your hair on top of your head with 3 cans of hairspray to make it stand tall like a basket. If your hair was too short to coil, then you just pile it up … Continue reading The BeeHive. Not Just a Hairstyle!
Well, here it is spring and time to spruce up the yard and push away the gloom of winter. I don’t really have a garden, but I do have flowers in the yard that could benefit from a few bright colors amongst them, especially, when that hot yellow ball in the sky is trying to … Continue reading Merry Mushrooms
Beginning way back into Egyptian times, there’s been a strong history of the use of honey. It’s one of the oldest foods known to man and will store longer, safely, than any other food known. It has medicinal properties aside from nourishing the body. But where does this superfood come from? We all know it’s … Continue reading Bee My Honey