Recipes

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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Chicken Baby Food
I made all of Cohen's baby food, and have made all of Daphne's so far (except the occasionally needed prunes!!). I had not ventured to trying meat until now. It's super simple, I thought it was going to be harder and frankly kind of gross. It was neither!
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Instapot Super Broth
While this broth recipe may make you feel like one of the Sanderson Sisters (Hocus Pocus, 1993) you won't have to fight Binx or steal a child's youth to get the results you are looking for. Follow this recipe to the letter and you'll have a batch of broth so rich and bold it'll seem like magic. (Non-instapot option available)
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Quick & Dirty InstaPot Stew
If their was an award for procrastination, I'd be in the nations top ten ALL SUMMER LONG. Days are long and stuffed with... stuff, so when we come in from chores, fencing, deliveries, etc I need to put food on the table stat! So here is my secret to throwing together my quick and dirty soup/stew.
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Spicy Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a summer favorite that go great with pretty much anything. We like to keep things spicy around here so we turned up the heat and added some spice to this time-tested recipe!
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Pork Potstickers
We love potstickers / dumplings, so I wanted to try to make our own! These were pretty good and making the filling was easy. I would suggest buying pre-made won ton wrappers if you don't have a hour to make your own dough! I didn't realize it would take so long to make the wrapper, oops!
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Eggroll in a Bowl
A low carb way to enjoy chinese takeout! recipe courtesy - https://www.mostlyhomemademom.com/eggroll-in-bowl/
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