Tag Archives: eating well

Beef Comparison: Pineywoods vs. grocery store

We picked up our first Pineywoods beef from the locker last week.  It looked really good,  with nice color appearing very, very lean, as you would expect grassfed beef to be.  But in the interest of science, we thought we … Continue reading

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Rabbit Recipe: Rabbit Pot Pie

This was a recipe I found in a magazine a while back, that is actually a recipe for a chicken pot pie, but as you might imagine, we don’t eat a lot of chicken in this house.  Many chicken recipes … Continue reading

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Real Food or SOFAS?

Welcome back to Food for Thought Friday. SOFAS? No, not the comfy couch with the remote and a beer within reach.  SOFAS is a new acronym that stands for “Solid Fats and Added Sugar”.  Basically all the junk that is … Continue reading

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Lamb Chops

This is a photo of some lamb chops from one of our Navajo-Churro lambs we had processed last year. If you are unfamiliar with the Navajo-Churro, info can be found at the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy’s website albc-usa.org The Navajo-Churro … Continue reading

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Salsiccia di Coniglio al Aceto

(a.k.a. Rabbit Sausage with Vinegar) I love cookbooks.  I love recipes.  I have more cookbooks and recipes than I could realistically ever use in my lifetime, and still one of my favorite places in the world is the cookbook section … Continue reading

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Food for Thought Friday

Welcome to Food for Thought Friday.  This will be a regular series of posts on food, food issues, food in recipes, sourcing food, food in general.  So to start off, here is a post from the fantastic Mark Bittman of the NY … Continue reading

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Year of the Rabbit recipes

The Chinese New Year rings in on February 3rd.  The Year of the Rabbit promises to be a kinder, gentler year than the outgoing Year of the Tiger, and personally I’m all for that.  There are many things about the … Continue reading

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