Category Archives: Meat

A New Day – Travel Awakening = Edam NL Tour Continued

It was spring in Edam the day that Sabina and Jos took me on a tour of the town where Jos grew up. sunny and pleasant we wandered around town. We came upon Jos’ uncle, a very sweet man, who … Continue reading

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Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow and then some – Political Stew – Irish Stew Recipe

Years ago, I watched a friend make Irish stew with beef. For my stew I bought lamb. Lamb is hard to find in the grocery store. Around St. Paddy’s Day I looked for some to make a ‘bit o’ stew’. Continue reading

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Chicken Breast and Pasta with Truffle Oil- From Portly Cooks = How COLD is it?

This recipe is from Portly Cooks a food blog that I follow. Portly learned this when he was cooking recently at a restaurant. He is located in Britain. I like his recipes for their simplicity, elegance and ease of making. … Continue reading

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Recipe: Lamb Chops with Herbs roasted = Slow Food

I picked up a package of Humanely raised lamb chops since it was available at Aldi. Lamb is hard to find in the local stores here in Minnesota. It’s not commonly eaten. Continue reading

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Sukiyaki = Autumn leaves blown from tree

I am excited to make Sukiyaki for the first time. I was inspired at the grocery store when I saw some thinly cut beef. Continue reading

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