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About goatsandgreens

The foodie me: Low/no gluten, low sugars, lots of ethnic variety of foods. Seafood, offal, veggies. Farmers' markets. Cooking from scratch, and largely local. The "future" me: Building a log home in rural western Massachusetts. Will be raising chickens and goats/sheep. Raising veggies and going solar.

Korean Bok Choy Salad

Two of the three most recent cook books to cross my threshold have been: Maangchi, Real Korean Cooking:  Authentic Dishes for the Home Cook (2015) Russ Crandall, Paleo Take Out: Restaurant Favorites without the Junk (2015) (The third was a seafood … Continue reading

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Korean Grilled Scallops (Garibi Gui)

Korean foods are fascinating — from kimchee to japchae to gimbap rolls to spicy seafood soup.   I’ve been wanting to try or to make more foods from Korea. The concept for this recipe came from a website:  Korean Barbecued Scallops. … Continue reading

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Dining Out: Yokohama Sushi, New Milford, CT

Dining out at Yokohama I have to say they had a few dodgy moments a few years ago, but everything I’ve had in the past year or two or more has been superb — fish quality is excellent, and they … Continue reading

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Grilled Venison Steak; Grilled Beef Ribeye Steak. (Keep Simple)

It’s grilling season!   (At least in North America.)  I purchased my current grill in 2011; it is charcoal and looks like a Weber, but came from some other company, and will be ditched into the trash (or, better yet, … Continue reading

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Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin with Onions and Cabbage

I’ve been wanting to make this for a while – the last time I tried I ended up nearly slicing off a finger tip using the mandoline without the finger guard, and forgot about making the recipe as I’d planned. … Continue reading

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Dehydrating Fruit: Strawberries or Grape Tomatoes

I am so not a sweet-tooth!  I can’t stand most dehydrated fruits, because by the very act of dehydration, every single flavor gets concentrated.  Which in the case of fruit, means sugar.   Thankfully, over the years I’ve weaned myself off … Continue reading

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Bluefish with Plum & Onion Sauce, Skillet

I’ve been away for a week — six days spent vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard, and another evening/night spent on the western side of Massachusetts.  You’d think, after the Vineyard, I’d be tired of seafood…  Nah. I’ve cooked bluefish twice before for … Continue reading

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