GIVEAWAY: “Food Waste, Tiptoe Through the Flowers”

In the Feb/Mar 2019 issue of MaryJanesFarm, “Tiptoe Through the Flowers” (on newsstands Jan 1), I led you here to my daily journal for a chance to win a FREE copy of food journalist Jill Lightner’s new cookbook and sustainability guide, Scraps, Peels, and Stems: Recipes and Tips for Rethinking Food Waste at Home. Jill’s book shows how consumers can manage their kitchen for less waste through practical strategies, tips, and advice on food purchasing, prep, composting, and storage.


For a chance to win, tell me something you’ve learned from reading MaryJanesFarm in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-March.

Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

Leave a comment 7 Comments

  1. Cindy says:

    Age is just a number. Take that first step and the next and the next. Your mag is such encouragement…

  2. Corine Runnion says:

    To be more creative, you have so many creative ideas that inspires me to be more creative.
    Love the outdoor bath i also had to do one.
    I love cast iron and love the recipes. Thank you so much!

  3. Linda Hulbert says:

    I have learned to enjoy the little things in life.
    How to be healthy naturally and to appreciate nature and spend more time outside.

  4. LaRoyce Eskew says:

    “Farmgirl” is not where you live, it is how you live.

  5. Suzanna Drozd-Kowalski says:

    I’ve learned to add my kitchen veggie scraps, eggs, and banana peels to my compost bins. I’ve also learned how to make apple cider vinegar from the peelings of apples for canning applesauce. Nothing went to waste and I ended up with enough ACV to gift to my family. You’re never too old to set up your game and help Mother Earth.

  6. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    I love learning all your tips you put in “Simple Solutions: MaryJanes Seven Wonders.”, the “Newsroom”, and all the recipes!! Those are my 3 favorite things to look at each time I open your magazine. The recipes that recreate healthy alternatives to unhealthy recipes are my favorite!

  7. Lorraine Hess says:

    This would be great to have. I’ve spent my life being thrifty. Now that I’m retired and, living on a fixed income, I need to do it even more. I do love the challenge. I enjoy the crafts and recipes in the magazine and keep everyone to go over again and again.

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