Category Archive: Recipes

Pre-market thoughts for 9/20…

Good morning.  Just some thoughts before loading up and heading in… Evidently the DDA (if they are the ones who decide this) are considering cancelling or shortening in its duration the Wednesday Sara… Continue reading

Roast Chicken

Roasting a chicken in the oven is as easy or complicated as you choose to make it.  According to my personal favorite cookbook: Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking,  a 7… Continue reading

August Pork Sale!

Ham Slice’s are on sale this month for $4/lb (regular price $8/lb) Ground Pork is on sale this month only for $3/lb (regular price $5/lb) Pork Fat is $1.50 per pound (50% off)! You… Continue reading

Rhubarb

Rhubarb is the bright red fruit of spring.  The plants that grow in my garden were transplanted by my mother from her parent’s garden, and considered by my family to be our own… Continue reading

Stinging Nettles for Spring

I first heard of stinging nettles in the old fairy tale The Wild Swans, about a princess who’s brothers were all turned into swans.  She had to weave them shirts made from the… Continue reading

Winter Comfort

Cold, snowy winter days are made for warm comforting hot drinks.  My favorite hot drink is a Mocha, hot chocolate and coffee with plenty of milk.  My milk of choice is goat’s milk… Continue reading

Turkey Potpie from leftovers

Turkey Potpie Here is an easy way to turn those Turkey dinner leftovers into an exciting new meal. Ingredients 1 cup cooked, diced turkey 1/2 cup diced carrots 1 cup frozen corn 1 cup… Continue reading

Quiche Lorraine

This is my favorite quiche recipe of all time.  It uses really lard which can be made by rendering pig leaf fat into pure white lard.  Serve with a huge salad. For Crust:… Continue reading

Making Kimchi

What do farmers do in the winter?  Well, we take care of our animals, haul wood and make Kimchi.  Kimchi is a Korean form of sauerkraut.  It’s a lacto-fermentation process that enlivens vegetables… Continue reading

Cancer fighting porridge

When my father got cancer a few years ago, I dove into some extensive research to learn about alternative cures.  They revealed that the cause of cancer was basically a toxic overload of… Continue reading