Fall is soup season. And what beats a flavorful, warming soup that can be made from frozen ingredients – quickly and frugally? This one is full of rich, bone-brothy nourishment and can be compatible with low carb/keto diets; accompanied by kimchi, it also brings probiotic goodness!Continue reading “Under Pressure: Korean-Style Oxtail Soup (Kkori Gomtang)”
Looking to spice up your meal lineup? How about a dish that’s quick, easy, and hearty enough to be a one-bowl meal? In an electric pressure cooker, Black-eyed Peas and Mustard Greens come out perfectly – accompanied by crusty bread to soak up the pot liquor, it’s a nutritious and very satisfying one bowl meal!Continue reading “Pressure Cooked: Black-Eyed Peas And Mustard Greens”
I’ll confess: I could probably be considered a “Pothead”…an Instant Pot-head, that is! After getting my first one back in July, I have since acquired 2 more, and am pressure cooking on a nearly daily basis. Why? Because it makes short work of tasks that used to take much longer, like making bone broth.
We value roosters here – as flock protectors (though effectiveness varies by rooster), fertilizers of eggs, and, when we have too many, food. We’ve found, over time, that even roosters that may initially seem mild-mannered can become real jerks and we don’t brook jerks on the farm. They go to “freezer camp”.
With each chicken egg hatch, around half of the chicks will be males. What to do with all of those cockerels? As we mentioned in an earlier post, you must have a plan for them or it can get real, fast: when cockerels’ hormones kick in, they can become a handful.