Category Archives: cast iron

Product Review: The Naked Pig Rendered Leaf Fat

This is a product review of a product that was given to me to try. I am sharing the results here, along with a promo code if you decide to try it. Note: I am not selling this and do … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Rolls

These soft and sweet dinner rolls  are almost a dessert bread, but they also work as slider rolls or just alone with butter.  Mmmm.

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Fried Goat Cheese : Low Carb, Gluten Free, and Wonderful

The problem with eating “low carb” is not hunger….. it’s boredom.  This is a dish that will add some variety to your low carb diet, and it is gluten free.  Give it a try.

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Baking Powder Biscuits, Just Like Momma Made

Classic biscuits, high, light and fluffy.  It’s what’s for breakfast!  

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English Bloomer Bread

English Bloomer Bread. A great “first bread.” And no, it doesn’t have anything to do with bloomers.  It is bread that blooms upward, without a pan.  In the video I show the technique for making this happen.

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How to Make English Muffins Using My Cast Iron Skillets

These were my first English muffins, but they won’t be my last. They were delicious. Tomorrow — Eggs Benedict.

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How to Make Salisbury Steak with Gravy

Dress up that ground beef a little to keep dinner interesting. Salisbury steak is an old stand-by around here. Easy and tasty.

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Product Review: My Field Skillet One Year Later

A year ago I did a review of my new 10 Inch Field Skillet right out of the box. Several folks have asked me how I like it, if it is still as good as it was new. Well, it … Continue reading

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Jelly Donuts: Both Low Sugar and Regular

Only 2 Teaspoons of sugar for 20 Jelly Donuts, I made these with no sugar added preserves and enjoyed one with no guilt. Easy to make,, no mixer needed. Please watch and share. Thanks.    

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How to Make Pirozhki, The Original Hot Pockets

Pirozhki is a traditional Russian dish, like a filled donut with meat and cheese, but you can fill them with anything you like, even jelly or chocolate to make filled donuts.

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