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    These smart little shrimp marry with the cannelloni bean to produce a delicate, but simply the most tummy pleasant quick pick me up you might ever want. As the North wind starts biting into us during the winter, I just pop this little dandy into a pot and saute' together. Delightfully fun to bubble away in your pot, adding each layers, and building on a power taste that gives you incline to sip right off the wooden spoon. I use fresh basil, which, melts down to a nice mixture, coupling with the warmed tomatoes, chilies, and lemon bring the dish right around the mountain top. This will give you some kick in your step, a whistle in you whistle, and make the dogs come home. Enjoy with a warm glass of Apple Cider and you will have a marriage made in heaven too.

    Recipe #267623

    After a glumpie Sunday afternoon, where the remaining leaves precariously fell from the dormant trees, a cool mist had settled in the valley below, the world appeared to me; to have hibernated, here on the farm. I pondered what I might do to enhance the palette and stomachs of everyone who graced our table that evening. Normally, we have a casual get together, the "boys" come over, my Dad ambles over from his house, and the cattle were sleeping peacefully, all rejoicing the cool mist after the hot summer we had just completed. I decided to try something a bit different from my usual fare. Quietly tucked away in the back of the cabinet I found some apricot jam, along with the last bit of some balsamic vinegar. You and I both know, there are a sundry of chicken and balsamic ......out there. I said, "What the hay...." added some fresh thyme, let's see what happens? Melted the jam, vinegar, roast the chicken breasts, baste the jam glaze on top of chicken. What could be easier? I guess just roasting the chicken breasts with nothing, would be easier. That night we sat, enjoyed the company, the laughs from the weekend, the new calf stories, and our family. I hope you feel the same, enjoy whomever your company is, or just enjoy the quietness of alone time, where ever you are, have a good night, and replenish your palette and your soul as well.

    Recipe #266613

    The leaves were falling and starting to curl and place themselves gently in the rain spouts. An abundance of complex problems had gotten the best of us today on this Saturday. Corn cribs endings needed to be put back up, as the new corn was harvested. Chain saws didn't turn on as we had hoped, and the door handle of the truck fell off in the inside of the truck. Not what you hoped to accomplish today, this Saturday, but still a day full of necessary problems. It was cool enough to start a fire, and as we ended the day, I had thought ahead to put some of these cute little (as buttons) potatoes on "time bake" so we came clomping in, tired and laughing from the day's stories. I had easily prepared these little beautites to go into the oven and mixed up the easy dressing the night before. We gathered for some good cheer, some laughs, beer, and a couple of potatoes in the gullet to replenish and statisfy as we sat around the wood stove, warm our bodies, feasted, and warmed our souls with good food.

    Recipe #261875

    "The Valley" below our town used to house a mushroom farm for many years. We would all assemble on a early Saturday morning and go quietly and cultivate these mushrooms. Mushrooms are sweet aren't they? I don't mean sweet as in sugary, I mean sweet as in adorable. No matter the mushroom, the size, the build, the color, they are plain cute. Which brings up the reason for the thoughtful little name of this homey soup. "Muffy" is the name we called mushrooms when we picked them. The little button "Muffy" is a succulent, just swell sorta mushroom. People just don't want to admit it, do they? During the cooling fall when leaves curl and fall, is the best time to pick these little well as using them in this homemade; but easy velvet soup. I do often have dried porcini's in the cupboard, sitting there silently waiting just to be used. I add thinly sliced chicken breast towards the end of cooking time if I am so inclined. Sometimes, I would rather just curl up next to Dennis on our couch, throw a big piece of wood in the woodstove and watch the fall progress with a sip of soup and "Muffy The Mushroom".

    Recipe #257538

    Beans do not grow on the farm. Lima beans do, but alas no Great Beans, kidney beans, or pinto beans. This occurred to me this day and this moment after spending a heated afternoon pulling lima beans from the long 7 foot vines. Here it is, late September in the year 2007 and we have enough beans to supply the lima bean population for the next two years. This recipe is NOT about lima beans though. We do however; have tomatoes. But this isn't a recipe about tomatoes either, sure--feel free to chuck a tomato into this dip, but certainly not a necessity. How much fun can you envision when throwing this together first thing on a Saturday or Sunday morning and enjoy relaxing at night during a cool spell and sit by your honey, your dog, your cat, your hamster, your ant house. Just pick up some old bread and make bread sticks if you have to, or those old tortilla chips sitting right there in back of your snack cupboard. Add pinto beans if you want, you can even add lima beans to the dip if you are so inclined. Just feast, just feel the moment, just enjoy the art of eating. Relish the moment like you've never relished it before.

    Recipe #255063

    You can smell the bacon from the outside the house. Fall is approaching and the wind has picked up a little bit, and a nice breeze is blowing from the south, which in turn transfers the aroma of fresh bacon right out the window and into your nose. Dennis was wondering what was going on, after all, it was the middle of a fall afternoon. The door creaks open, Dennis slips off his boots, hangs up his hat on the pegged hanger, and rushes into the kitchen. I turned around to greet him with a smile, and laughing at his questioning look, I tilt my head and say, "It's bacon Dennis!" "I know, I know...." tests Dennis with a small voice. Dennis loves bacon. He will eat a couple of pieces a day, that would be, if I let him. I decided I would at least bring some healthfulness to him, and something tasty at the same time. One piece of bacon, wrapped in a tortilla, (or pita for that matter) with an abundance of lettuce, tomato, and special spritely green onion with a spot of cheese dotted on the top would be the answer to his dream.

    Recipe #254176

    John T. Edge, Burgers: An American Story, Putnam 2005- Adapted from this wonderful story teller, perfect for picnic or nice luncheon burger. Normally we serve this with a big bowl of pass around potato chips, ice cold pickles, and a large wedge of fresh tomato. Soft buns are best, but toast works equally as well.

    Recipe #245395

    Quick and easy pan seared scallops with fresh tomato caper salsa. All ingredients are easily assessable at your grocery store. Recipe submitted for RSC #10

    Recipe #243406

    The back door swings shut with a loud bang, people are balancing fresh back porch iced tea in frosty glasses, with ice tinkling and bobbing around, in one hand. In the other hand, clutched tightly; holds a sandwich that heralds the start of the long hot summer. A big shade tree has several old lawn chairs randomly placed beneath it, and our friends hurry to plop down, with a sigh of complete satisfaction as they begin devour their pleasurable, but simplistic tomato sandwich, and sip the sweet iced tea.

    Recipe #240744

    As I proceeded to look under the big leaves that towered over the medium to small sized zucchini's that were obviously hiding from view, I found a coupla of what I call "Little Busters zucchini" smiling up at me. (They are called that because they bust a prolific sweat on my brow hunting for them.) As usual, sweat was forming and puddling on those huge zucchini leaves, the sun was blazing in all its glory during one of those "Dog Days" in rural Maryland mid-August. Even though there was enough to feed every single person on our windy country road, that little zucchini looked perky and delicious. Scratching my head I pondered for a minute. "What could I do to another zucchini that hasn't been done this summer at least 20 times?" (Besides throwing them over the fence.) I spotted Dennis with his sun hat on bending over the tomato patch, with big beaming tomatoes greeting him. After a long afternoon spent weeding through the garden on that blistering afternoon we weren't very hungry, after all. Told Dennis to grab the biggest tomato he could find while I took "Little Buster" the zucchini and headed home in the "tomato wagon". By nightfall, after the animals and the farm settled down to sleep soundly, Dennis and I shared this salad, right on the porch overlooking the twinkling valley below. A nice glass of water, tingled with large ice cubes and lemon, a china plate and a nice helping of this salad was all we ever all the world that blessed August evening.

    Recipe #237137

    This recipe boasts the Caribbean Anguilla Island. Pleasurable pineapple chunks, and delicate steak covered with a marinade of molasses and vinegar. Posted for ZWT3 07' Cooking time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #233728

    "I Hate To Cook Book" is a delightful, funny and curious cookbook, copyrighted 1960 and was a girl's best friend. For the women who did it all, and was not predisposed to "liking" cooking to boot. This "Sunday Chicken" adaption is absolutely a lifesaver, for all of us, even now, in todays world. Just takes *chicken* and a couple other ingredients. Please give this your seal of approval--and most of all, *enjoy*.

    Recipe #227192

    Easy shrimp appetizer that isn't a whole lot of fuss. The use of Old Bay Seasoning is highly recommended, but any seafood seasoning would do in a pinch. Great on a Ritz.

    Recipe #226267

    The large yellow flower buds opened up as wide as the plant would allow first thing in the morning as the sun crept up over the ridge. It was as if to grasp all the sunshine and dew it could as it continued to grow into a mature zucchini, bright green, strong, and solid. Once they start on their upward growth, zucchini, or any squash for that matter; don't stop. As with any garden during the summer months, the garden fairies do their magic and we are blessed with many zucchini, squash, and eggplants. Not very often, but sometimes, you just want to fairies to take a break, and not bring so many vegetables at one time, but alas; this is not the case. I put together this little recipe to warm the souls of all, and still incorporate the use of this nifty vegetable while pondering the many stories of the farm. Go ahead, take a breath, enjoy the work of the zucchini fairies and the nourishment the zucchini plant brings.

    Recipe #226062

    This is a nice pie crust for vegan pies. Easy to put together, with ingredients that are easily accessed. Be careful using *Oreo's--in different factories ingredients can contain diary products.

    Recipe #225975

    Very easy pie crust to put together. Use either chocolate wafers or gingersnaps, depending on your need.

    Recipe #225973

    This is a personal recipe -- tried and true -- made time and time again. I use this in the good ol summa' time, but can be used during the rest of the year as well. Normally, I buy "cold steamed blue crabs" from our local fish market, that are bursting with flavor after resting in the unique Maryland seasoning. I pick the meat, and make this cooling, refreshing salad. It is also great served on a saltine or toast points. Usually though, I just place atop a garden fresh lettuce leaf, and grab a cracker or two with it. If you get the time, marinate the crab meat in 1 tablespoon of Italian dressing for about 1 hour prior to gently folding together. If you don't get the time, that's okay too! Just *enjoy* You can substitute lobster, shrimp, or even conch meat.

    Recipe #225028

    For many years, we have been blessed with an asparagus bed that has grown the most sweet and savory asparagus we have ever tasted. The only problem, is that we usually have it every day while it continues to grow and prosper. I use this salad on a warmish night, when all you can smell is the freshness of Spring.

    Recipe #224685

    Easy to put together, smells great while cooking. The addition of fresh tomatoes makes this simple recipe a real treat, without the heat element. You can however, add the heat element, as I have included this also as an option. Feel free to add or subtract spices as your taste buds allow. Adapted from, "The Vintner's Table Cookbook".

    Recipe #224167

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