Recipes

A Little Help From My Friends ?

It's been slow progress this year and the year is half over.. But hopefully all that is about to change.. I purchased a couple of things to help me with my projects.. I'm also looking to the brain power of WP..the readers.. WP folks are collectively smarter and kinder than any social type media, regardless … Continue reading A Little Help From My Friends ?

Pan’s Attempt at Korean Beef

Courtesy of Wishing Wells blog.. I've reblogged her easy and tasty recipe.. Please check it out, you'll be glad you did.. I'm going to let pictures and video show you how mine turned out.. First I washed and cut up the veggies, mixed marinade together and dropped in the beef.. Then I took Stewie swimming.. … Continue reading Pan’s Attempt at Korean Beef

Korean Beef

I made this today and I’ll show my attempt in a separate post.. But I will let this wonderful blogger teach you the recipe in her own words.. It’s wonderful and easy.. You couldn’t ask for more from a recipe..

Wishing Wells Life

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I love this recipe. It’s sweet and salty. It’s just amazing. One thing I really like about this recipe is that we can put it in the freezer with the marinade and when we defrost it it’s instant marinade. It’s a great recipe!

1/4 cup soy sauce

1/4 cup (I use a little more) Pear

2 tablespoons sesame oil

3 cloves garlic

1/4 cup finely chopped onion

1 1/2 teaspoons minced ginger

1 tablespoon dark brown sugar

dash of pepper

Mix all ingredients and marinade for the day.

Cook on grill, in the oven, or stir fry,

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Thru the Waterfall

  It was a rough week and last night was the icing on the cake.. First time at this brand new facility and they had a cornucopia of glitches.. The yard truck broke on first shift, that got fixed but the 2nd shift yard dog called out sick.. The power went out twice and crashed … Continue reading Thru the Waterfall

My Wildflowers

They might not be many but they dot my property around the cabin and are spreading every year.. Wildflowers only need protecting.. My kind of flower garden 👍 Hoping to concentrate my efforts on a varied fruit and veggie  garden next year.. I tossed some old seeds to see if any would take.. Something did … Continue reading My Wildflowers

Pondering on Pesticides

Washing fruits and veggies is normal practice.. The effectiveness depends on the way we wash them.. Cold water soak followed by flushing water and rubbing seem to be the best.. But many people use either a salt, vinegar or lemon solution to break down the wax, when applicable.. The link below is from Consumers Report … Continue reading Pondering on Pesticides

Springfield, Mo. Style Cashew Chicken

I've been wanting to try this recipe since I found it but just didn't get around to it until today.. I'm on a 34 hr. reset so time was on my side.. I needed to look it up again and found a website called Feast that got it from food.com.. One thing I sorely miss … Continue reading Springfield, Mo. Style Cashew Chicken

Cheddar Rosemary Fingers

Ronit, now you’re making hungry….yum-yum!

Tasty Eats

Cheddar Rosemary Fingers Ronit PensoThe following cheddar fingers will delight anyone who loves cheese crackers, but doesn’t want to munch on the commercial ones (they actually hardly have any real cheese in them!)

The amount given here may seem like a lot, but these tasty morsels are fairly small and on top of it, they are alarmingly addictive and tend to disappear very quickly, so it makes sense to have more…

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Blue Cheese, Rosemary and Pecan Crackers

These sound scrumpdillyicious 😋

Tasty Eats

Homemade crackers are so much better than any store bought ones. Not only that when you’re baking them at home you can control the quality of ingredients used, you can also prepare them exactly to your liking.
Here, I’ve decided to use one of my favorite flavor combinations: blue cheese with mustard and honey. To this I added a few more ingredients and ended up with these tasty crackers.
Each small cracker bursts in the mouth with different flavors at the same time; salty and nutty from the cheeses and pecans, a bit spicy from the pepper mix and mustard, slightly sweet from the honey and with a wonderful aroma from the rosemary.
Another advantage to baking crackers at home, is that you get plenty of crackers from a fairly small amount of dough – which makes them also very economical. Don’t worry if the amount seems too large for…

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