"The video content is super helpful. . . in preparing a high-quality meal. We made the Elk Bolognese with Buttered Rattitore recipe from Food Storage Feast and liked it so much, we made it again for friends, from whom it received rave reviews. It is such a wonderful, freeing way to live, to never worry about meals, and be able to go to the pantry and choose from a variety of choices on hand and ready to use. We are learning great lessons from the Food Storage Feast on how to easily combine the food items that we keep on hand into delicious meals."
Denny B, Michigan
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Do You Store Food?
Millions of people are storing food in their pantries "just in case" something happens. Things happen... you should be storing food.
If you're a parent YOU NEED TO STORE FOOD!
I am amazed how many families have less then 1-2 days of food on hand. Don't let your children go hungry the next time "something happens" because it will happen.
Check out the "Everyday Emergencies" section in the free preview below. Then enroll in this course so you can...
Store Food. Save Money. Eat Well!
Catapulted upwards from his job as a substitute dishwasher at age fourteen, Chef Keith Snow rose through the ranks to become Executive Chef at one of Colorado’s premier ski resorts, where he managed a staff of hundreds.
A mover and shaker in the slow food and locavore movements, and a featured chef and speaker at festivals from Disney’s Epcot, to the New York Botanical Garden, to Dijon, France, he’s worn every kind of hat there is in the world of fine dining, and has starred in everything from cruise ship kitchens to his own Harvest Eating TV show.
While producing this show in 2008, Chef Keith had an up-close-and-personal brush with the great recession, when the show’s corporate sponsors tightened their belts, resulting in a sudden funding squeeze. This visceral experience led him on a hunt for ways to better prepare his family for emergencies both big and small. Today, he, his wife, and their three children pursue a sustainable and resilient life in the countryside.
Chef Keith Snow is author of the best selling cookbook The Harvest EatingCookbook (Running Press 2009), host of The Harvest Eating Podcast and member of the Expert Council on The Survival Podcast, where he offers advice on food prep and preservation to over 100,000 dedicated daily listeners.