Monthly Archives: March 2012

Oatmeal Scones

I just could not allow St Patrick’s Day to come and go without adding more Irish favorites. And yes, I will probably embarrass my Irish Wolfhounds when I put the green shamrock antennas on them again. Photos will be posted! LOL! 1 … Continue reading

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French Silk Pie

A couple of days I was looking through an Oklahoma RT 66 guide book. I saw an advert for the Flamingo Restaurant in Elk City, on the western edge of the state. One of their specialties is French Silk Pie. This isn’t … Continue reading

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Hungarian Mushroom Soup

I found this recipe in a Popular Kitchen magazine that is published by Hobby Farms magazine. If you like mushrooms, this rich and creamy soup is for you. I made it a couple of nights ago when we had that … Continue reading

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Creamy Broccoli Soup

Today is a cold March day here in Oklahoma and my thoughts have turned to soup again. To be sure, soup is never far from my mind. It is favorite meal around our place. I started thinking about the mild winter we … Continue reading

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Creamed Spinach

This goes great with a nice grilled steak! 1 pound fresh Spinach (or frozen. Canned doesn’t work well) `1 medium Sweet Onion, fine chopped 3 tablespoon unsalted Butter 2 cloves Garlic, peeled and pressed 2 1/1 tablespoons All Purpose Flour … Continue reading

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Beer Battered Venison Steak

Early in the week my husband made this for dinner and it was great. The batter was so crispy and light just like fish and chips wrapped in newsprint that I used to eat in Scotland! Batter: 1 1/2 cups All … Continue reading

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Sorry, Sorry, Sorry!

I have been a little lazy with the recipe postings the past several days. But Mike has been feeling SO good this past week and a half, we have been tilling the garden, weaning our filly, and planting the kitchen … Continue reading

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