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Category Archives: bean
Smart Chicken is the first chicken available nationally (to my awareness, and please inform) that is Certified Humane®, and 100% of Niman Ranch’s meats – Pork, Beef, Lamb, and Processed Products like bacon – are Certified Humane®! I’m sorry we … Continue reading
Ice and snow and we lived on this in the studio…. Recipe, rough, approximate, because I rarely use a recipe… 2 big onions, chopped 1 lb ground round 1 oz chili powder tsp salt tsp black pepper tbsp cumin Mind, … Continue reading
We’ve had a situation in the studio that made us have to be here 24/7, working. I tried Lundberg’s organic versions of what my mom used to call minute-rice, though she didn’t use it — she, too, made her own. We’ve … Continue reading
Plugging a friend’s cooking blog, this couple are also artists, and the blog is Starving Artists in the Kitchen. I can’t just give you a bit of the blog, so will lift and type just enough so you have to … Continue reading
I will eat turkey or chicken the next day, but even by the next night I am not fond of the “day-old” smell and taste of leftovers. Curry is a wonderful way to liven and refresh leftover chicken, and so … Continue reading
I like hummus, but was bored with with the same old. A Moroccan recipe from Bon Appetit caught my eye, and not having the ingredients, I decided to make my own with what I had on hand. It was delicious! … Continue reading
Living in Oregon with the Alaska-Oregon fishing connection means that in early summer we can buy whole salmon at amazing prices, and the butcher will cut. This year the coho was so wonderful I went back and got a second, … Continue reading