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Category Archives: humane
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
Yummiest I’ve made to date! Fry 6-8 pieces of organic humanely raised no-nitrate bacon until CRISP, reserving some of the fat unless you just can’t bring yourself to do this…. break into little pieces and do not eat it all. … 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
(Photo courtesy Wikipedia Creative Commons.) Hormel has long supported the use of GMO products. (For their statement regarding GMO use and safety read the end of their product page.) Needless to say, I don’t agree with the government’s take on … Continue reading
I’m not taking responsibility for anyone with heart disease. Follow your doctor’s orders. Also, know that I have tried vegetarian eating for over two years twice, and my body doesn’t run well on it. We made a commitment to eating … Continue reading
Yuuummmmm, I love it when my husband cooks. He is a good breakfast cook, especially when I want bump eggs. This morning I volunteered him for the job, and we finally tried the Chukar eggs. Chukar partridges are similar to … Continue reading
I make two versions of this: one in summer-fall, when everything is fresh, and another in the dead of winter, when you have to make do with salsa and canned and frozen. In all cases, you can substitute fresh for … Continue reading