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These recipes are cataloged with the most recent first. Click on the images to access the pdf file.
Southern meal that is ideal for cooler days. Coming before September ends!
Oh yum! This delectable dish is normally pretty expensive. But when you buy the whole lamb, it's a very economical treat. This lamb comes from Prairie Oasis Farm and it was tender, flavorful and juicy. Cook to medium rare at most for best results. If you don't know how to "French" the rack, go to youtube and search it. There are a few demonstrations that will help you. And with the extra bits of meat that are stripped away, place in a food processor with a clove of garlic and 2 scallions and mince. Add mayo, Dijon mustard and a spoonful of sauerkraut, and you have a delicious carpaccio lunch!
Shred, salt and pound. And optional Culture Starter by Body Ecology to ensure beneficial microbes and in order to reduce the amount of salt required (about 1 tablespoon per quart without starter). Wait a week or so and enjoy. Yum!
Our very own Karen took home a $25 gift card for this fabulous stir fry recipe found on the whole foods website. Way to go, Karen!
Everyone loves Southern food. Find out the healthy versions of many classics, and try your hand at at ethnnic foods that local Texans make with flare. More coming soon.