Tag Archives: herbs

Tuscan Kale and Cannellini Bean Soup

I know I post a lot of soup and stew recipes but they are the best way to stretch your groceries to feed a lot of people for several meals. I have been trying make my groceries go farther and … Continue reading

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Venison and Barley Stew

Barley really needs to find a place in American pantries again. It is a powerhouse whole grain that is high in fiber and high in veg protein. Most barley grown in America today will be used to make barley malt … Continue reading

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Pinto Beans with Cactus Nopales

I have wanted to try cooking with cactus paddles for some time. A friend in town gave some to me last week. I did a little searching and found some recipes using the nopales. I have added them to my … Continue reading

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Zucchini and Tomato Skillet

Another awesome zucchini recipe!!! This one is from a cookbook that I picked up in a second hand store in Jenks when my friends from back east were visiting me last month. The book is “Oil and Vinegar” published by … Continue reading

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Italian Zucchini Crescent Pie

Continuing on my rampage of zucchini madness, I present a wonderful offering of zucchini pie. While the crust of it is not picture perfect, the fresh Italian seasoning just pops with excellent flavor!! I found this recipe in the book, … Continue reading

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Vegetable Frittata

Starting in the early Spring and continuing through to Fall, my hens happily produce more eggs than I can ever eat and I like to make frittatas for breakfast or breakfast for dinner. You can put anything in them that … Continue reading

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Garlic, The Stinking Rose

DISCLAIMER – yada, yada. Nothing in this post should be used to treat a medical condition. Allium sativum, garlic. Garlic has been used for centuries as a medicine, a cooking herb, a seasoning, an amulet in medieval times to ward … Continue reading

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Grilled Venison Tenderloin

I had 2 venison tenderloins in my deep freeze since October of last year. It was a nice sized doe that was taken on my property. Today for our July 4th dinner, I grilled them for my friends who are … Continue reading

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Cider Stew

This is a nice variation of a traditional beef stew. 3 tablespoons All Purpose Flour or Wondra 2 teaspoons Sea Salt 1/2 teaspoon Pepper 1/2 teaspoon dried Thyme or 2 sprigs fresh Thyme 2 whole Bay Leaves 1 sprig fresh … Continue reading

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Pecan Flat Bread Rounds

I found this gluten free recipe in one of those little magazines you get when you buy something at a health food store. Many times I’m not in love the final dish, but this one is good, especially if someone in … Continue reading

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