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Tag Archives: garlic
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
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
We’ve fallen in love with risotto cakes from New Seasons, seasoned with hot pepper flakes and Parmesan cheese. They are so satisfying! If we want them every day I need to make sure I can make them because otherwise it … Continue reading
One of the yummiest dishes to have around during this dieting time is this basic recipe, which can change from winter to summer, and can combine in so many different ways to make a satisfying meal. WINTER VERSION Organic ingredients … 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
Some people despise prepared garlic; I cannot always take the time for fresh garlic and so, I always have a bottle of Christopher Ranch Organic Chopped Garlic on hand. Ditto, if you don’t have fresh lemons by all means use … Continue reading
When our favorite organic salsa was bought by another company, who then ruined a great salsa, we tried hard to find another. No dice. So many companies use lemon juice (not a bad substitute for lime) or worse, vinegar, and … Continue reading