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Mar
19

An Easy Butternut Squash Soup

An Easy Butternut Squash Soup
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Sometimes you just feel like soup. Like those times when spring arrives but it still feels like winter. You know, when it’s snowing in March for example. This week I took the hand blender and crafted an incredibly easy and smooth butternut squash soup. If you’re a dip-my-spicy-or-cheesy-sandwich-into-my-soup kind of person, then this butternut squash soup is definitely for you. I know most...
May
16

Guest Post: How to Make a No Cook Korean Sauce

Guest Post: How to Make a No Cook Korean Sauce My no cook Korean sauce is guaranteed to be made again and again. That’s because it tastes fantastic (of course), but also because the sauce can be made with common kitchen items in five minutes and is very versatile. I like to use the sauce as a marinade for pork, chicken, beef, or pan fired tofu. I’ve also simply poured it over my cooked protein and rice when rushed for time. If I have extra sauce, I...
Apr
22

Guest Post: Simple Marinade of Ketchup, Coke, and Italian Dressing

Guest Post: Simple Marinade of Ketchup, Coke, and Italian Dressing I’ll never forget the day my mom brought home this simple but sensational marinade recipe from work. I remember biting into the steak tips she had grilled up and being struck by something so original and delicious that I demanded the recipe instantly. Well, it couldn’t be easier to remember. Coca Cola Marinade Recipe *⅓ parts ketchup *⅓ parts Coca Cola *⅓ parts Italian dressing That’s it. I...
Nov
17

Time to Make Your Own Chicken Stock

Time to Make Your Own Chicken Stock A whole chicken from the grocer costs less than four chicken breasts. Did you know that? I didn’t know that, and I was pleasantly surprised when I bought a completely gutted and ready-to-go chicken for a batch of chicken soup I made recently. I’m not crazy about canned chicken soup. In fact, I don’t like it at all. That’s why I normally use store-bought stock to make my soups. But...
Jun
23

Slow Cooker French Dip and Au Jus

Slow Cooker French Dip and Au Jus A few days ago I made the best French dip of my life. Actually, I think it’s the only French dip I’ve ever made. Either way, I’m certain that this recipe will make its way into the rotation of meals here at the Lancaster house. After smelling the delicious meat scents all day and enjoying a great meal, I was psyched to see so many leftovers. Leftovers are my friend. I decided to let the...
Apr
7

Rescuing Veggies from Misfit Veg Island

Rescuing Veggies from Misfit Veg Island You may have seen my previous post about the dollars and sense of making vegetable stock. In that recipe I was instructed to buy all new, whole vegetables and NOT to clean out the fridge. I obliged. Although, I didn’t 100% agree. Well, turns out two friends of mine have a trusted vegetable stock recipe, and it calls for vegetable scraps! Lucky for us, they agreed to share the recipe (along with some...
Mar
15

A St. Paddy’s Day Feast: Corned Beef Dip and Soup

A St. Paddy’s Day Feast: Corned Beef Dip and Soup I’m not particularly crazy about St. Patrick’s Day. I mean, the party is nice, but the food…well, the food is nothing special. At least that’s what I thought until I discovered corned beef. Oh, corned beef. You delicious, salty meat, you. Where have you been all my life? After browsing around the web and finding a Reuben dip on A Farm Girl’s Dabbles and a variety of...
Feb
22

Dollars and Sense of Vegetable Stock

Dollars and Sense of Vegetable Stock Many advise that making your own vegetable stock is a MUST DO. Seeing how I make a few sauces and soups around here, I heeded the advice and made my own. Here’s how homemade vegetable stock compares to store bought vegetable stock: Does it take less time to make your own vegetable stock? Of course not. Is homemade vegetable stock cheaper? Heck no. Does homemade vegetable stock taste better? Sure. Is...
Oct
11

If Your Kitchen Challenges You, Make Soup

If Your Kitchen Challenges You, Make Soup We have officially landed in our new place, but unfortunately we are without most of our kitchen items. We have one bowl. While we wait for the movers to catch up with us, we are sharing that one bowl and making due with the few items we have, and that means making food that doesn’t require too many ingredients or too many appliances…or knives. Seeing how fall has officially arrived here in...

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