Category Archives: Recipes

You’ve grown the fruits and veggies, now it’s time to enjoy them!

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. Advertisements

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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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Crumpets With Strawberries and Whipped Creme Fraiche

Crumpets are English pancakes. I have topped these with fresh strawberries and homemade whipped creme fraiche. Good for breakfast, lunch, brunch — really anytime you want something fancy to brighten up the table, and your day!

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Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce and Eggs Benedict

Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce and Eggs Benedict. So good. Give it a try. Please watch and share. Thanks!

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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 Real Fermented Chevre From Powdered Milk or Fresh

It is very difficult to find goat milk in the grocery store that is suitable for cheese, so I decided to try using powdered goat milk. It worked great! Here is how I did it.  

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How to Make Fermented Farmer’s Cheese — Another Name for Cream Cheese

This is the easiest cheese to make so if you are just starting cheese making, start with this. Just two ingredients, plus salt and any herbs and spices you like. The fermenting takes some time but no effort on your … Continue reading

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How to Make Calzones at Home

Calzones are not hard to make. They use the same crust as pizza and you can fill them with whatever you like.

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