Monthly Archives: June 2012

Orzo-Stuffed Zucchini

This is a great vegetarian stuffing, but meat can be added for those who wish it. Make sure to choose a squash that can stand up on its own when baking. Stuffed Zucchini 4 round zucchini the size of a … Continue reading

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Blue Crab Dip

By Katherine I recently went to a conference that was close enough to the folks’ house in the Maryland suburbs I could squeeze in a trip home. Squeezing in a trip home, also means squeezing in a few crab dishes. … Continue reading

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Roasted Chicken stuffed with Citrus

This is a great way to roast a whole bird. Although chicken works the best any type of fowl will work. The cooking time is faster since there is no stuffing in the cavity that will be eaten. An assortment … Continue reading

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Venison with Yogurt Sauce

This marinade will work well for elk and buffalo too. I always use Greek yogurt because it just tastes good. Venison with Mint Yogurt 1 cup Greek yogurt 4-6 venison steaks 1 lime 3 tbsp fresh mint 2 tsp cinnamon … Continue reading

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Tomato Cucumber Salad

This salad is a great way to use slightly unripe tomatoes if someone happened to get overzealous and pick a few in the garden. I am not naming any names but her initials are Katherine. Tomato Cucumber Salad 1 cucumber, … Continue reading

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Chicken Marinade #3023

This is a really simple marinade. I deboned the chicken breasts to shorten the cooking time but left on the skin for an added treat. Any type of chicken will work for this. I strained the juice from a can … Continue reading

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Tequila Sunrise and a Performance from Buck

Fresh squeezed orange juice is the key to this classic cocktail. Speaking of classic cocktails, The Slow Roasted Italian made this one a few weeks back reminding us how we’d been meaning to try it. If you haven’t stopped by, … Continue reading

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Blackberry Scones

We don’t make scones nearly enough and it has nothing to do with the questions we get from across the ponders and state siders on the difference between scones and biscuits, biscuits and cookies, crips and chips, chips and fries … Continue reading

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Fried Green Tomatoes

By Katherine My mother made these just for her and dad growing up. Like the okra and even sometimes biscuits, us kids wouldn’t eat them. We sure were ungrateful. I’m not sure how mom made them, other than to say … Continue reading

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First Tomatoes

Here is the first tomato, jalapeno, and cayenne pepper harvest. Not that I’m bragging or anything. Maybe I am a little. Guess what I made with them all.

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