Tag Archives: Meat

Fresh Spinach-Basil Dressing/Sauce

With the abundance of spinach available during the summer months, try this unusual green dressing to top your garden salad with or mix it into a fresh pasta or quinoa salad. Culinary experts particularly enjoy it drizzled over steamed tiny new-potatoes … Continue reading

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Maple Glazed Teriyaki Chicken

Maple, what a beautiful flavour. Maple goes with everything you can imagine. Maple syrup is a natural sweetener, the nectar of the Gods, discovered first by our Native American Indians, “sinzibuckwud”, the Algonquin word for it means literally “drawn from … Continue reading

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Cabbage Recipes from the Amish

Scouting around in my neighbourhood Amish Book Store, I found this little handy cookbook, The Practical Produce Cookbook – How to Plant, Pick, Prepare and Preserve Produce, by Ray and Elsie Hoover and family. In this very informative cookbook, I … Continue reading

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Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash

Great winter recipe I just had to put up yet another Squash Recipe.  This one is an absolute winter heart and soul-warming winner, and was sent to me by my friend Trev.  For this one you must get ahold of … Continue reading

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Coconut Chicken Curry

I happened to stumble upon this recipe, and want to share it with you..     2 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs, cut into chunks 2 potatoes, diced 1 large onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, diced 1 – … Continue reading

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Fresh : Seasonal Recipes Made With Local Foods – Review and Giveaway

May I introduce you to Fresh: Seasonal Recipes Made With Local Foods by John Bishop, Dennis Green and Dawne Gourley, D&M Publishers Inc. About the Book John Bishop, Dennis Green and Dawne Gourley are owner,  head chef and pastry chef of … Continue reading

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Grass-Fed Lamb

Grass-Fed Spring Lamb for Sale $3.50 per pound. Butchered whole or a side, by dressed weight.  One lamb “dressed out” would weigh about 70 pounds, and a 1/2 about 35 pounds. If you are into butchering for yourself, this is … Continue reading

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