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We’ve been celebrating the filling-of-the-freezer with pork lately. It’s like Christmas! So I’m going to try and hit you with some of my favorite pork recipes. But first, a story… Over a year-and-a-half ago, Olivia and I did a Whole … Continue reading
It all started with tortillas. My sister-in-law asked if they could bring us anything from Texas when they came to visit Memorial Day weekend. Since shrimp doesn’t travel so well when you’re flying + driving, we settled on fresh, authentic, … Continue reading
(Plus a bonus recipe!) With fresh chickens coming soon – next month! – it’s time for me to get the ones I still have in the freezer used up. Of course I love the internet for new recipe ideas. Sometimes … Continue reading
You guys, I seriously suck at food photography. I get so excited about eating that I forget to take a picture of the finished product while it’s still fresh and hot. So I end up saving a little square of … Continue reading
Sometimes I go to the grocery store with a list and a plan for recipes I intend to make. Other times my strategy is to shop the sale items and plan around them, which exercises my creative-cooking muscles while helping … Continue reading
This is one of the very first recipes I started handing out at farmers market. Really easy, really quick, really delicious! You start with a couple pounds of beef stew meat: Put the stew meat pieces in the bottom of … Continue reading
I mentioned on the Facebook page last week that I planned to grab some of our fresh-butchered chickens before they froze and put together some freezer meals. Here’s what I did: The cut up chickens come in a bag looking … Continue reading
On Sunday it was time to try out the red rangers we just butchered. We loved raising these. They’re much more active than regular CornishX broilers. They have way fewer heart and leg problems. And they’re smart enough to put … Continue reading
Recently I discovered a great website called 100 Days of Real Food. I love it because the recipes use simple, unprocessed ingredients and they’re not overly complicated. Perfect for my “lazy cooking from scratch” style! Once upon a time I … Continue reading