Monday, April 14, 2008

Be Prepared

What does it say about me if I have a year's supply of cake mixes?

These will definately be worked into the rotation system, can't say the same about the Red Wheat! What do you do with that anyway?

14 comments:

Abby said...

We're the same way! But if the world is ending, I'd rather go out eating cake than red wheat. :)

KMS said...

Nancy- You make me laugh. Cake mixes will be great for bartering with all those people who only have wheat and pinto beans.
-Kathy S.

jennifer woodbury said...

I am totally coming to your house if there is ever a famine...

Angela said...

It says we're related, because that was the first thing I bought for my food storage.

Jen said...

I'm with you! We have reese peanut butter cups in our food storage!

I made my blog private, send me your email address to jenniferwinder@gmail.com and I'll add you to the list.

Jen

Karla Rauch said...

Hi Nancy,
I saw your blog off of Wendy's. So cute. I love the Easter pictures. We need to come visit you soon. Ill call you to set up a time. Have a wonderful day!

Sarah said...

I had a bunch of cake mixes too, but a few months ago, I made a cake for Owen's birthday, and it did not rise properly. I checked the expiration and it was 2 years past its prime. So I threw a bunch out. What a shame.

Maybe I should have kept them in the name of emergency. Because no one's going to care if their cake is flat when there's a big earthquake to worry about.

pepper said...

Are you sure that is a years supply? I am thinking you are way underestimating the number of cakes you are going to need in an emergency.

Katie said...

I didn't know about a RED wheat! I've heard of the white and the regular stuff, but not red! You are so hip even your food is in style!

Courtney said...

That's barely one cake per month! You better beef up that supply.

Austin said...

Ot says you like cake. Me too. Good call.

Laura said...

I have a ton of cake mixes too, because they go on sale for a dollar. Cake in an emergency is a great thing to have on hand. I have been thinking about food storage lately too. With gas being so expensive and food prices going up we are going to have to start living off of it soon I am sure and cake will be nice to have around. I just wish a year's supply wasn't so expensive!!!!

MarySue said...

Funny. . . I posted about 100% whole wheat bread on my blog this week. Not bragging but it is a good recipe. Also, the "regular" wheat is usually hard red winter wheat. White wheat is also hard winter but milder. As of last week when I went to the Mesa Cannery for 6 cases of wheat they only had red :( I guess I'll be one of those begging for your cakes.

Keith and Lynsi said...

You can never have to many cake mixes!!! It was so fun to see you today at Dusty's! We need to do that more! I love the blanket! You are seriously Martha!