How to buy Dried Sourdough Starter

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Cipait- A One Pot Rabbit Dinner

This post is different than most, this is not a recipe I’ve made many times over and over, but instead its writing down what I shared on youtube, so you can get a sense of what I did there. I’m no expert on cutting apart a rabbit…all i can tell you is that I just try to get as much meat off the bones as possible, then I simmer the bones to make soup. I’ve got a youtube video here, where I take there recipe and show you how i customize a recipe to make it work for what I … Continue reading Cipait- A One Pot Rabbit Dinner

20 min Hot Apple Cider

Most hot apple cider recipes call for long simmering of apple juice and whole spices, but this shortcut in time is no short cut in flavour! See it on youtube here- Between you, me and the apple tree, a shot of whiskey in a mug of hot apple cider is an excellent adult upgrade.   Hot Apple Cider 4 servings 1 litre/1quart apple juice- preferably unfiltered pure apple juice, but use whatever you can get 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1/8 tsp ground cardamom 1/8 tsp powdered ginger pinch of ground cloves Heat juice with spices in a pot on medium … Continue reading 20 min Hot Apple Cider

Honey Butter Pancake Syrup

Quick to mix up, nutrient dense, I’ve got all the ingredients on hand always, no weird ingredients…just what my family needs! Honey Butter Pancake Syrup I find it easier to use weights over cups with honey and butter but I gave you both 8 oz (2/3 cup) raw honey 4 oz (1/2 cup) butter 1 tsp vanilla If butter is unsalted- a fat pinch of salt as well Gently melt together, whisk to combine. Serve warm over pancakes, waffles, french toast, you name it! Store in a jar with a lid. Store in fridge for weeks or on the counter … Continue reading Honey Butter Pancake Syrup

Plant Based Roast Vegetable Curry

Even though we enjoy ourselves some good meat and dairy, we’ve got family members who choose not to eat those things, and I still want to wow their socks off when I feed them! This is a great simple meal to make and the flavour added by roasting the vegetables is fantastic. Adapted from I heart Umami’s recipe here- See me make it on youtube here-   8 cups mixed cut up vegetables such as but not limited to – fresh or frozen; peppers, eggplants, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, zuchinni and cabbage 1/4 c olive oil 1 teaspoon … Continue reading Plant Based Roast Vegetable Curry