Easter is Springing – Steamed Eggs

Happy Spring! Of course, as I write this it’s cloudy, gloomy, and chilly out, but that doesn’t mean spring hasn’t started…well… springing! I have buds on my lilac tree, which to me is a sure sign of spring. How about you?

Meatloaf – the In A Mini Skirt Way

Meatloaf, the quintessential American family meal, full of memories, and accompanied by mashed potatoes, and green beans. Although, I’ve seen the green beans switched out for corn, asparagus, or peas.

Great Depression Recipes – 1929 Depression Casserole

So for the new year, I’m researching recipes from the Great Depression. And yes I realize that Clara has a corner on the market with her recipes, video’s and stories of what it was actually like to live during the depression. I can’t compete with that. And I’m not about to try. I just want […]

Beef Pot Pie – This ain’t yo’ mamma’s recipe!

Dropped…

Good afternoon! Wondering if I’ve dropped off the face of the planet? Darn close! It’s been an extremely hectic, long, busy and fun past several weeks. I’m in Tioga North Dakota at the moment. Tioga is approximately 8 and a half hours from Helena. Basically…it’s a really long drive from my house.

Beef and Bow Ties

This recipe is a true experiment. It’s basically goulash, but kicked into a bit of a heat overdrive. I’ll have photos for this at a later day. It’s to dark tonight to take any.

Burger Patties…cooked to 160ºF

Wheat Montana Farms & Bakery

Depression Era Cooking with Clara

Good Morning All! I woke up this morning, checked my email, and in my inbox was a quick note from Susanne of the “Hillybilly Housewife” blog, which you can find here. Susanne had blogged about video’s that can be found on YouTube, of depression era cooking, hosted by Clara, a 91 year old lady from […]

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