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9 September, 2020

Garlic Dill Pickles

Garlic Dill Pickles
Posted in : cucumber, easy, family, fresh, fun, pickles, recipe, summer, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian, veggies on by : Jeanette Rueb
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The last time I made pickles was when I was a kid. I remember very little of it other than it being a fun experiment. Now that more of us have been spending more time at home (and AE has already covered sourdough territory), there’s no better time than the present to experiment with canning
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29 January, 2020

Baked and Breaded Chicken Tenders

Baked and Breaded Chicken Tenders
Posted in : chicken, dinner, easy, family, recipe, Spice on by : Jeanette Rueb
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I’d like to apologize for the lack of proper photos (at least until I get the chance to update this post). Hubby and I were so hungry, it wasn’t until we’d finished dinner, washed the dishes, and I had started writing this that I’d realized I never took a picture of the food. Bearing that
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27 March, 2019

Shepherd’s Pie

Shepherd’s Pie
Posted in : beef, casserole, classic, dinner, easy, farming, food, food history, holidays, intermediate, leftovers, potato, potatoes, savory on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Shepherd’s pie is another meal that tends to resurface around St. Patrick’s Day, but the peasant dish isn’t truly Irish. Many countries have their own versions of this meal, which was traditionally made out of the scraps of a Sunday feast. A “true” shepherd’s┬ápie uses a mix of lamb and vegetables as a base with
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