There are thousands of ways to cook just about any natural ingredient. And if you are like me, there are vegetables you don’t like (and never believe you will) because of how you have always had it prepared.
When fresh dill is in season, we usually have homemade tzatziki sauce on the ready. We eat it on anything and everything, but in case you were wondering what you should use tzatziki sauce for, here are my top suggestions:
A friend has given me her homemade cheese several times, generally made from her goat’s milk. This is the single best reason ever to have milking goats (although the milk straight is really yummy as well). She invited me over to make some homemade cheese with her, knowing how much I wanted to learn for myself. You can do this with cow’s milk; the thicker it is, the better your outcome will be.
Fewer skills more relevant to the family with a hectic schedule than taking time to pressure-can healthful foods for last-minute meals. One jar of ground beef can create fifteen different meals in fifteen minutes or less.
Lamb is a delicious and versatile type of meat, and some of my most favorite recipes are made with it. You know I love to share some of my favorite meals with you all, although it is hard not to keep them all to myself! Here are five yummy lamb recipes you’ll love to cook (and eat) this season:
Making cheese at home using fresh goat’s milk is actually an easy process. It’s also quite affordable. With the right ingredients and instructions, you can make your own fresh and delicious goat milk cheese. Let’s take a look at how you can make fresh goat milk cheese
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People make things too complicated.
The more delicate the flavors, the fewer you need. Avoid the tendency to over-complicate this.
With that said, I can’t leave anything well enough alone.
Powdered sugar makes nearly everything better.
Remember when I introduced Ernie & Erica’s Truffle Recipes? Best truffles EVER, and you can get the step-by-step to make them that way.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, too!
Mouth-watering decadence. Treat yourself. Treat someone you love.
Instant friendship. With both the truffle and the chocolatier behind it.
Crepe mit Nutella.
If you are planning a trip to Europe, that’s really the only language lesson you need, right there. Just use it on any street vendor.
Chicken and Biscuit Casserole
A recipe using what you already have (including leftovers)
I’m deceiving you. That is because although I usually use chicken, I actually used leftover frozen turkey in the picture you see above. This is one of those recipes that begs you to play, using a pinch-of-this and anything left over lurking in the fridge. It’s the quintessential makeover meal. You are really looking at my leftovers in that picture.
In case you are looking for a non-toxic solution for cleaning and maintaining of your home, consider making citrus fruit cleaners.
I originally posted this recipe in 2013, and it is a family favorite. Yesterday, I served it to a last-minute house guest who made 2 major comments: it was delicious and he’d “have to remember this recipe” himself, and that he would never have thought to pair a cranberry sauce with fish. It definitely has a Norwegian taste combination that is a sure hit with family and guests alike! If you’ve not made this one, plan it for a busy day this week when you know you won’t have time for more than a…12 minute meal!
Wow! This was amazing, and multiple helpings were had by all. My inspiration, as nearly all good soups are, was based upon a recipe from the book, “Soup Night.” These recipes are fantastic just as they are and I rarely make changes. I do, however, utilize my food storage to keep up a rotation of it, and this recipe is a perfect mix of flavor and practicality. Enjoy this food storage recipe for the pop of flavor!