This lasagna is a delightful dish for a family dinner or fall potluck.
PHOTO: ROGER DOIRON
From a first-aid kit and wool blankets to a battery-operated radio and refills on prescription medications, there are several items you should keep on hand to keep your family safe in a short-term emergency.
You don’t have to break the bank in order to plan a thoughtful funeral. You may want to consider building or commissioning a simple, handmade coffin.
Pasture-based diets are good for cattle and for the land.
Living fences, such as this mature Osage orange fence, have no problem holding large livestock.
Apply caulk around windows to keep air from leaking into or out of your home.
Jerusalem artichoke flour can be added to baked goods for nutrition and taste.
ANNIE WEGNER LEFORT
Green tomatoes are great in salsa and can be ripened in a paper bag.