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Category Archives: recipes
The other day my in-laws care giver made a chicken and dumpling recipe out of a regular cook book and although I didn’t taste the chicken, (none left) I was told that it was very good and she also made …Read More...
A couple of years ago I wrote a post about 3 year old Leksands Crispbread, this is a rye cracker that I bought at Ikeas. The Crispbread is made with whole rye flour, yeast, water and salt. The cracker is …Read More...
In the past, I have written several articles on the Wonder Oven and how great they are. I love using them during the hot months for cooking; it helps to keep the house cool. They are great for cooking grains, …Read More...
The other day I started a new batch of sauerkraut in a fermenting jar, A Fermenting Crock Helps you Make sauerkraut and Preserve Vegetables, today I opened it and it is excellent. We went ahead and canned it in …Read More...
Well it’s almost the end of January and we have been watching our calories, we are not doing to bad, but there is always room for improvement. I have been combing my old notes looking for low calorie recipes that …Read More...
The pioneers considered vinegar a very important food product. It is useful for preserving food, sanitation, medical care and many cleaning chores. Pickling vegetables from your garden is a great way to preserve them. Here are links to a couple …Read More...
There are several ways to leaven bread, you can use yeast from both commercial and wild sources as well as several other methods such as shown in the following links Soda Bread with Vinegar, Salt Rising Bread, and …Read More...
We have a granddaughter that panics if you do not have ketchup at every meal. I sometimes think that she puts it on her cereal in the morning. Anyway, this got me to thinking about ketchup and how to make …Read More...
I have been doing some more research on Pioneer cooking. It always interests me because the recipes incorporate many of the foods we have in our storage. Most of their recipes can be cooked over an open fire or in …Read More...
There are some members of my family that are lactose intolerant, so they have to avoid dairy. They normally use rice milk since it seems to agree with them. In a real emergency, milk substitutes would not be available and …Read More...