“Roadkill” Sandwich Spread

"Roadkill" Sandwich Spread - quick and easy, budget friendly sandwich spread or dip that's a great way to stretch leftover bits of meat into another meal.Just so you know, if you’re looking for ways to cook roadkill, i.e., critters that have met their ends in traffic, this is not that kind of post.  This is about a quick and easy, budget friendly sandwich spread or dip that’s a great way to stretch leftover bits of meat into another meal.  I grew up calling it “roadkill”; it may have different names other places.  [Read more…]

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Granola Breakfast Cookies with Dried Fruit and Crispy Nuts

Granola Breakfast Cookies with Dried Fruit and Crispy Nuts @ Common Sense Homesteading

Cookies for breakfast?  You bet!  I’m not talking about a certain boxed cereal with fluffy little bits that leave you hungry an hour later, I’m talking about chewy, crunchy go anywhere granola cookies with all the stuff you want and none of the stuff you don’t.  These easy granola cookies can be gluten free if you use certified gluten free oats (oats do not naturally contain gluten, but can be cross contaminated).  They are also casein free (when the oats are soaked with vinegar) and soy free. [Read more…]

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How to Teach Others About Real Food – Lead by Example – Guest Post at Kitchen Stewardship

How to Teach Others About Real Food – Lead by Example - Guest Post at Kitchen Stewardship

Come visit me over at Kitchen Stewardship where Katie is featuring my second guest post on teaching others about real food.

Today’s topic is:

How to Teach Others About Real Food – Lead by Example

A big “Thanks” to Katie for inviting me over.

 
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How to Teach Others About Real Food – In the Classroom – Guest Post at Kitchen Stewardship

How to Teach Others About Real Food – Lead by Example - Guest Post at Kitchen Stewardship

Come visit me over at Kitchen Stewardship where I’m guest posting this week and next.

Today’s topic is:

How to Teach Others About Real Food – In the Classroom” (Otherwise known as “my kitchen” 😉

A big “Thanks” to Katie for inviting me over.

 
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Chicken Like Mom Used to Make

Chicken Like Mom Used to Make @ Common Sense Homesteading

My summer job through high school and college was catering.  My mom, my two sisters and I created Irene’s Custom Cakes and Catering.  We served everything from candlelight dinners for two to buffet style picnics for several hundred.  Here’s a shot of my mom, Irene (right), and my sister Lois, otherwise known as Alfie. [Read more…]

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