Tag Archives: Vegetables

Spring Homesteading Plans, 2021

Or, The Annals of Future Food! We had six inches of snow by late morning, Friday 4/16.  Most melted by Saturday; it was all gone by Sunday morning. It is the time of year that if and when it does … Continue reading

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Sous Vide Boneless Bison New York Sirloin Steak – Dinner with a Side

Contains:  Optional nightshades.  Is: Sous-Vide, Paleo, Whole30.   This steak appeared and ended up in my freezer last August from Hatmatack Buffalo Farm, located in Berwick Maine, a find at a farmer’s market.  It weighs about 300 grams.   I’m … Continue reading

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Welcome, Spring! Garden Plans for 2018

  It is Spring Equinox.  It is also the Persian New Year.  I thought about doing a Persian recipe, but lacked the time.  But on March 18th, I started indoor seeds for later outdoor transplantation.  Some of them could have … Continue reading

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Cookbook Season: Some Good Basics, Part II

In today’s post in this (short!) series of cookbook reviews, I am going to consider the two overview vegetable books I have in my home.  (VEGETABLES, by James Peterson, and PERFECT VEGETABLES, by the friendly folk at Cook’s Illustrated.)  Note, … Continue reading

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Korean Japchae

We have a great little Japanese/Korean restaurant nearby, and although I’m pretty much a sushi/sashimi buff, I’ve branched out into the Korean side of things there. I find that their entrees are way too large and way too rice-filled for … Continue reading

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