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This easy-to-make meatloaf is very versatile. Generally, no two meatloaves are the same in my house…use whatever ground meat or veggies you have on-hand. Experiment with different spices to add a completely new twist!
Memories of Germany! This meal is breaded pork with a mushroom-onion sauce served with a side of braised red cabbage.
Day 18 of 31: Back to Basics If I go to a restaurant and order a filet, I often ask for horseradish. Seven times out of ten, they will bring me a horseradish mixed with a […]
I saw this wonderful piece of shoulder at Whole Foods and had to cook it. I’ve made bison burgers and grilled some buffalo one time for a salad, but I’ve never done a roast. Just […]
The mushrooms are the star of this dish. This needs to cook overnight, so make sure you allow for the extra time needed. Also, if you don’t want to spend the money on a bottle of […]
With all of the rich holiday food we have been eating and making, I was really craving a fish dish. Yes, the hollandaise is decadent; however, the recipe does not call for an overindulgent amount. This […]
I love ~ love oysters: fried, steamed and raw! This is my “paleo” version of fried oysters to enjoy this love of my life! 8 oz raw oysters 2T bacon grease 2 eggs 1/2 cup […]
I didn’t really have a recipe in mind when I went to the Farmer’s Market this past Saturday; however, once I tasted the arugula microgreens, I knew I needed to make myself a salad. I […]
About five years ago, my husband and I were at the Soulard Farmer’s Market in St. Louis. He eyed a rack of ribs. Uh-oh…I had never cooked ribs before. But we got them anyway. I […]