Food


COTTAGE PIE

Dictated from my memory Cottage pie is a great way to serve meat and potatoes and call it something else. If you’re using lamb it’s shepherds pie, and if you’re using venison or elk it’s Hunter’s pie. It’s all about the meat in those versions. There are many different versions of cottage pie and this

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A NEW TO ME SOUP I MADE YESTERDAY

ROASTED RED PEPPER TOMATO SOUP This is a soup I have been wanting to make for years, ever since Hermano’s in Winnipeg was out of reach. Sometimes Safeway/Sobey’s had one, but but yes, time to make my own. STEPS TO TOMATO SOUP ECSTACY  Halve 3 perfect bright to darkening red red bell peppers, take out

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My Chicken Curry Recipe

Chop large onion. Dice/crush 4 cloves of garlic and grate ginger to taste (3 – 4 tablespoons fresh). Peel and cube 1 sweet potato. Heat oil in a deep skillet or Dutch oven. Put in the onion, wait until translucent. 2020 curry in progress Then add grated ginger and garlic and cook a few more

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Hubris and Punishment

Hubris is a word I use often, as it means pride before a fall. I fall often, but am still getting up. Mennonites shy away from worldliness, arrogance, conceit, smugness, and self-importance OR they shy away from displays of worldliness, arrogance, conceit, smugness and self-importance, all synonyms for pride, lest they should fall. Today’s example

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Libby’s Crunchola

I reposted the Pound summary because I was checking on Libby’s Crunchola recipe. They were posted on the same day. This is my last bulk cooking assignment to prepare for my recovery at home.  Lynn and me enjoyed this granola on one of our Toronto sleepovers visiting friends Ian and Iarra in their Runcesvaille home.

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Some Things = Quality of Life

As I set up house-keeping, here’s some things I can not do without in my kitchen. A Pyrex two cup measure. A pitcher or jug, a juicer. The blender is perfect without taking up a lot of room. Biggest success with it early on has been pureeing leek and potato soup. Heck, I might  even

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Sweet Hot & Sour Sauce for Ribs

So, a new version of an old Joy of Cooking recipe for (hot) sweet and sour sauce that doesn’t involve ketchup or pineapple. Couldn’t find the cookbook so decided I remembered enough to make it out of my head. The ingredients you’ll need in addition to the pork sweet and sour ribs are: 3/4 cup

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Imaginary Conversation – Pain Joins Me for Dinner

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Libby’s Crunchola Recipe

Lynn and me enjoyed this granola on one of our Toronto sleepovers visiting friends Ian and Iarra in their Runcesvaille home. Ian got this recipe from Libby. I eat a lot of porridge most mornings and this is a lovely change still using a lot of oats and even more good stuff. Works wonders with

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Another Soup Recipe (Beef & Barley)

I’ve got a chicken, onion, carrots, celery, bay leaves, peppercorns, making the stock I like to use for (mennonite) (komst)  borscht, the way my mother taught me. You can find the recipe here. I’ve learned to make another two soups over the winter. A lightly curried butternut squash and my first beef and barley soup.

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