Recipes

Best Ever Breakfast Sandwich
This breakfast sandwich is a staple in our house, great for long days on the farm. If I know we're going to have a long day, or won't have access to high quality food for hours, this puppy keeps me full for 5-6+ hours before my first hunger pang. Simple sugars from the bagel give me the initial boost, then the fats and protein give me that slow burning fuel I need to get me through a long day on the farm (or in the office)!
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Peasant Skillet with Kielbasa
This hearty recipe is quick, easy, and jam-packed with nutrition. Make it on the stove at home, or adapt it for camping by chucking the whole thing into tin foil packs or a Dutch Oven for cooking on the campfire.
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Gluten-Free Buttermilk Waffles
Kids love waffles, parents love waffles, puppies love waffles. Everybody loves freaking waffles! When Anneliese was forced to go gluten-free, she dreaded the thought of losing out on breakfast staples like waffles... until she found this recipe. Pro-Tip: make a triple batch and freeze them so you can enjoy the ease of eggo-waffles without having to worry about the ingredients list!
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Philly Style Sloppy Joes
Ground beef is so versatile, and we get stuck making the same recipes over and over. This one is a super easy twist on a Sloppy Joe.
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French Onion Pork Chops
This one combines two excellent dishes - french onion soup and pork chops!
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Lamb Chop Recipe
Lamb chops are an incredibly rich and savory cut of meat that can be prepared so many ways. This recipe is my go to lamb chops recipe.
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Beef Tongue
Beef tongue may be the spookiest recipe we tried during our spooky recipe week! This recipe was incredibly simple and very delicious. If you're looking to broaden your culinary horizons without having to buy tons of crazy new spices, this recipe is for you.
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Fried Beef Heart
Offal is not awful! Preparing fried venison heart was a tradition at deer camp in Anneliese's family. When a deer was harvested, we'd collect the heart if it was still intact and bring it home to share. You can now prepare this delicious meal for your family, without having to tromp through the woods to collect your groceries!
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Chicken Liver Mousse
This mousse is great for indulgent holiday meals and special occasions! Serve with crackers and your favorite olives.
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Chicken Feet Broth
I think every single freaky witch with a cauldron had chicken feet in her recipe. I can fold a fitted sheet pretty well so maybe I am qualified? (Any Monty Python fans out there? Anyone?) While chicken feet may seem unappetizing in the United States, they are considered a delicacy in other areas of the world. Chicken feet broth is extremely well known for its high collagen content which has been noted to benefit joint, bone, and skin health.
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Liver and Onions
Liver gets a bad wrap for its often bitter after taste and less than desirable looks, but it doesn't have to be that way! What's the trick? Soak the liver in milk for 2-3 hours. Why does it work? Milk is full of calcium and a protein called Casein, which is a lipophilic protein (fat-loving/binding). If have drunk milk after spicy salsa to tone down the burn, or put milk in your coffee to temper the bitterness, then you've experienced the neutralizing power of milk. Milk works similarly when soaking aromatic meats such as liver and kidney, toning down their characteristic bitterness without sacrificing the nutrient density!
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Mediterranean Chicken
Before Covid I used to travel for work a good chunk of the summer and fall. One of my favorite things to find in the different cities last year was a Mediterranean restaurant because the food wasn't so heavy! This uses a not so familiar spice - Za'atar. I found it at Target in the regular spice aisle. There are also recipes online to make your own with other spices. It was worth buying it, we have used it quite a few times since! Recipe adapted from Hello Fresh
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