Category Archives: Stew

“It’s Always Something” or -44º F – Covid Cooking from Oregon

Taking a deep breath I begin this quick story with some residual exhaustion. Normally I would be trying to dig into the goals of the day and move through the list as best I can. First a pipe burst in … Continue reading

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A Bit of A Pickle = Stress Relief Cooking and Making Food to Give Away

Another pie, another pickle of cucumber, beets and hot pickled green beans; a filled puff pastry with kale, ricotta, smoked turkey; apple pie with apples from the farmers market; date cake; turkey chili. My senses are overwhelmed. I’ve worked through … Continue reading

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Chicken Stock! Or When Chicken Stock is a Gelatinous Consistency = Surprise! Make Wine Sauce

After the Chicken Stock Recipe from the other day, I took my chicken stock out of the fridge because I had this brilliant inspiration while food shopping that I should make a wine sauce. What’s this?! It’s looks like a … Continue reading

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Chicken Mole Made from a Chili Recipe = Alan likes complex cooking 😁

Chicken Mole Recipe made from this Recipe for Chili Made with ground meat and Sirloin Change…added whole malt barley and did not use beer. Chilli 1 Recipe from 2008 All Recipes – From Alan and adapted to make chicken Molé … Continue reading

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Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe = Making the Roux

“Cooks Illustrated” Magazine for January and February 2017 has the recipe for Chicken and Sausage Gumbo that Alan wanted to try. Portland had a snow and ice storm right before my visit which made being a tourist well, not in … Continue reading

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