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Italian Style Potato Salad

This recipe started with my quick sale purchases, as most of my recent recipes do. I found the base recipe over at Epicurious but I made it my way. 2 ½ pounds medium size Red Potatoes 5 Tbsp Extra Virgin … Continue reading

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Cheesy Potato Cauliflower Soup

This soup came about, as usual, from my quick sale produce. I bought two 10 pound bags of russet potatoes for $1.00 each and a head of cauliflower for $2.00. The cauliflower was a bit more expensive than usual but … Continue reading

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Country Style Pork Ribs Braised in Spiced Ginger Beer

I made this dish with a black-eye Pea Salad for New Year’s dinner. The salad is a Carla Hall recipe.  Here in the sort-of South people eat black-eye peas on New Year’s day for luck, health and prosperity.  These pork … Continue reading

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New England Fish Chowder

        I just had a craving for fish chowder this week. Not exactly lo carb with the potatoes but it is very good! ½ cup Butter, divided 2 large Sweet Onions, diced 5 medium Potatoes, peeled and … Continue reading

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Venison Breakfast Bake

I really love to look in my deep freezer and see venison that was taken from my own land. I do like to watch the deer cross my pasture in back of my house but I also like the self … Continue reading

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Zucchini Potato Pancakes

I like these for breakfast but they are delicious at any meal. This makes 6 nice sized pancakes. I use my cast iron skillet and they are so crispy! 1 medium Zucchini, unpeeled and grated 2 medium Potatoes, unpeeled and … Continue reading

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Summer Harvest Soup

I don’t know about you but I love soup anytime of the year. My mom cooked excellent soups and I hope that I come close to her expertise. This soup can contain almost anything you harvest from your summer garden … Continue reading

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Colcannon

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Almost any Irish pub has a version of colcannon on its menu. The word Colcannon comes from the Irish Gaelic word “cal ceannan” meaning white headed cabbage.  Is excellent with a mushroom gravy sauce. 6 medium … Continue reading

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Oven Baked French Fries

French fries are my weakness. Okay well any type of potato. When I am in town, a guilty pleasure of mine  is a quick trip through Sonic or McDonald’s for a large fry. Just that nothing else. I have made fries … 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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