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The Front Porch......or The Back Porch......or The Stoop.....as Grandma used to say! I noticed we did not have any stories <gasp> in our Front Porch section and believe me it's not because we don't have 'em!!!
So basically this is like eating the filling of a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, in my opinion. It's very yummy and easy to make. I'm thinking it might freeze well, but I haven't tried it yet. If I know I'm going to have a busy evening, I make this up when I have a free moment and keep the dish in the fridge until dinner time, then pop it in the oven and it's done in about 10 or 15 minutes.
When you go to purchase an egg you are faced with a myriad of options. Brown or white? Conventional, Cage Free, or Free Range? Conventional or Organic?
Obviously, the best solution would be to visit your farmer, have a look around and decide for yourself about the health and treatment of their chickens. Unfortunately not many people have this opportunity and need to understand what the labels mean.
This is a great basic soup recipe that can be easily adapted for a variety of vegetables. It started out as my potato soup recipe and I've also used it for cream of asparagus soup, cream of broccoli, and most recently, turnip soup.
In my inbox yesterday I saw an article by Dr. Mercola that warned against buying some produce even if it is organic. What?! Why do we buy OG if it's not safe and clean, just 'cause we like to spend more money? Now, I know there are a lot of differing opinions on Mercola and I don't agree with everything he says but I'm not one to throw the baby out with the bath water. Watch this video and see what you think.
I suck at food photography and, to be perfectly honest, all photography, and my kid is cute, so I'm using a picture of her instead of a picture of this recipe. And I use too many commas in inappropriate ways. I were a homeskooler.
This is a fantastic recipe for freezing and reheating when you don't have time to cook.
So now we are dedicated to eating as organically as possible, but as you probably know, cooking everything from scratch is time consuming. Sometimes we don't have time to cook so... do we starve... or run through the drive-thru? Or... with a little planning and preparing ahead of time, we have a third alternative. Making our own "convenience food".
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