Tag Archives: veggies

Dehydrated Tomato Powder

During the heat of the summer I try to limit the amount of stove top and oven cooking I do. I lean heavily on my Crock Pot. I love my gas stove in the Winter, hello cozy kitchen, but in … Continue reading

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Red Chinese Noodle Beans

I have been very fortunate during this growing season. My Red Chinese Noodle Beans have produced a bumper crop. These beans are usually more than a foot in length but still tender. I bought my package of these heirloom green … 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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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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Bacon Roasted Brussels Sprouts

This is a yummy side dish anytime of year. I usually make it in the Fall and Winter but I prepared it last week. Still as good as ever!! And how can you go wrong with bacon? 1 pound fresh … Continue reading

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Crockpot Beef Ragout

We like using the crockpot on a day that we know will be busy. It’s great for starting in the morning and letting it do its thing all day while you are at work, away from the house or working outside. … Continue reading

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Provence Bean Stew

Okay. So Provence, France isn’t exactly Oklahoma cooking, but country French cooking is so rustic, filling, hearty, a meal in a soup bowl. It is my kind of non-fussy cooking. And cook in a cast iron Dutch Oven.  Just add some crusty … Continue reading

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Okra Soup #1

Why, yes, I do have several versions of okra soup. All my versions freeze really well. Even though I grew up in the Northeast, I ate okra because my mom loved it. This recipe is a mild vegetarian version. Try to … Continue reading

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Creamy Zucchini Soup

Have an amazing amount of zucchini from the garden? Tired of zucchini bread, zucchini cupcakes, steamed zucchini, fresh zucchini? Try this creamy soup. 1 medium Onion, chopped 2 tablespoons unsalted Butter 3 pounds Zucchini, sliced 3 medium Carrots, peeled and … Continue reading

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Drying Garden Vegetables

This post isn’t so much a recipe but more of harvest preservation. I enjoy canning my produce from our garden but sometimes I do run out of shelf space for the glass jars. This Spring I took the plunge and … Continue reading

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