This 1-2-3 recipe turned out so yummy I thought I'd share. I only got the finish pot-full pictured but it was gobbled up. Cold fall days mom would make a huge pot of stew. She give us kids a tin bowl full with a wooden spoon and we pretend to be cowboys around the campfire… Continue reading Easy Hearty Beef Stew
This is a flavor of my childhood the warm smells of pie cooking in the kitchen. Makes my mouth water and heart warm to the memories. This is a simple version to my moms pressure cooker chicken and garden grown ingredients. Not to mention from scratch crust. But its still a crowd pleaser in the… Continue reading Chicken Pot-Pie “belly warming”
This Is a. Hearty acorn squash, apple and sweet potato soup that is all the warm flavors of fall. 3 acorn squash halved and cleaned. Two apples Two small or 1 large sweet potato Med sweet onion 2 tab spoon virgin olive oil Veg broth 1 can coconut milk 1 Tbs brown sugar 1/2 Tbs… Continue reading Curry Harvest Soup-(vegan)
Nothing better than a weekend trip to the Oregon Coast. It usually means a fresh fish night back home. Even on a long work day this is an easy quick fix. Even the decadent buerre blanc sauce. Its a white wine reduction with emulsified butter, dill and lemon. So tasty on fish. 1 lb fresh… Continue reading Pan seared Halibut with buerre blanc sauce
Chow Chow is a traditional fall harvest option for what's left in the garden. Pending the success of your summer garden yields you might have a heavier pepper or onion Chow Chow to a more cucumber option. Its the beauty of this sweet tangy pickled relish enjoyed thru the winter as a vegetable staple for… Continue reading Chow Chow- Appalachian style
I was just craving something sweet and these little treats were a snap to pull together. Cooking press is a must. If you don't have one treat yourself. They come out beautiful and fast and clean up a snap! I did half batch and whipped these up and done in 45 min. Yum! 2 1/4… Continue reading Spritz sugar cookies
A summer twist to bring a bright refreshing taste to a herb goat cheese and fresh basil from the garden and balsamic reduction drizzle. The fresh melon really sweetens up the combo and I serve as a single bite. Be creative and serve larger as a sharable watermelon steak. Happy Summer!