Rainy Day Foods

Emergency Food Storage Tips & Recipes

  1. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #5

    I think we all have those very hectic days when all you’ve done is run run run and the next thing you know it is way past dinner time and you realize that you and your family haven’t eaten yet. That’s when you and the kids end up eating a bowl of cereal for dinner just so you can try...
  2. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #4

    Continuing on with our Rainy Day Foods Freeze Dried Meats, we’ll take our Hot Meals for Hunters away from the tin foil dinners and into the quick and easy meals. For this meal, we’ll use Rainy Day Foods Freeze Dried Sausage Crumbles along with Rainy Day Foods Buttermilk Biscuit Mix to make Sausage, Biscuits, and Gravy. Very fast, very filling...
  3. Get Prepared - Cooking Aids and Spices

    Some basic cooking ingredients National Preparedness Month is almost over and we have made a great start in getting more prepared by storing the basics: grains, beans & legumes, pasta, rice and vegetables. Now that we have some basic foods, we need to add items that enhance the flavor and make these basic foods a delicious meal. Cooking aids...
  4. Get Prepared - Vegetables

    Eating and Storing Healthy! No meal is complete without vegetables – whether as a side dish or as an ingredient in the main entrée. Likewise, no food storage supply is complete without a variety of vegetables. Dehydrated and/or freeze dried vegetables are a great way to include vegetables in your food storage supply. When stored properly in air-tight containers...
  5. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #2

    Continuing with our Hot Meals for Hunters segment, we’ll be using Rainy Day Foods Signature Meats Beef Chunks. I like to refer to this as, “A Hunter’s Soup”. It’s everything you would find in a soup minus the noodles. We start with a little prepping. You can either use fresh veggies if you have the time to cut them up...
  6. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #1

    Fall is in the air! And you know what that means—it’s hunting season! Some folks take their camper and stay out in the woods to hunt while others go out early in the morning and return home once it gets dark. Either way, it’s very hard to know when the hunter will return for a meal. He could come back...
  7. Get Prepared - Beans, Legumes, Rice, Pasta

    Beans, Legumes, Rice, Pasta Now that you have begun your food storage plan with the essential grains, it is time to add additional staples to the list. These staples include beans, legumes, rice and pasta. These are great staples to include in your food storage supply because of their long shelf life. Stored in an air-tight container (such as...
  8. Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler

    Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler Labor day weekend--the final weekend of summer has come and gone. School is back in session. The final three-day vacation of the season has just finished up, and everyone’s back home. For us, what better way to spend our last summer vacation than to go camping. To celebrate our last night away from reality, we...
  9. Get Prepared - Grains

    Rainy Day Foods wheat September is National Preparedness Month and food storage is a major component of preparedness along with emergency supplies and non-food items. Having a supply of food can bring great peace of mind in times of economic hardship as well as those times of natural calamity. One of the staples of food storage is grain. Grain...
  10. Creamed Garden Vegetables

    Creamed Garden Vegetables Here it is August already and we are starting to enjoy some of the fresh vegetables from our garden. We seem to wait impatiently for the day that we can pick peas and eat them while sitting under a tree. If you are like me and love to grow a garden, you might want to consider...

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