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Dec 12 2008

Grocery Store Wars

Published by under organic

Not long ago in a supermarket not so far away. Help fight the dark side of the farm. Rate the film, favorite the film, comment the film and subscribe to our channel for the freshest Free Range films. Duration : 0:5:50

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Sep 21 2008

Christmas Gifting On My Mind! (101 days till Christmas eve)

  In the spirit of the economy let me eliminate a bunch of trips to the mall where I would have to walk around frantically trying to find just the right gift for all, on my shopping list. I truly believe its time to bring back the old fashioned spirit of Christmas and spend a few […]

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Sep 11 2008

Walnut Rhubarb Dessert Sauce!

Published by under heritage recipes,organic

I just made 21 pint jars of this delicatessen. These will make really great Christmas gifts. (Did you know only 103 days left until Christmas) Every year I freeze a bunch of rhubarb that’s peeled, finely chopped and blanched just for the purpose of making make my Grandma’s awesome Walnut Rhubarb Dessert Sauce. This is a tangy sauce […]

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Sep 08 2008

Cooking with Lavender!

Published by under organic,Recipes

    There is nothing better tasting then fresh bread with a lavender spread. The aroma of the two combined is so great that in my opinion should be bottled as a perfect kitchen air freshener scent. Important facts to know and to follow: Never use any type of dried lavender if it’s not self […]

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Sep 05 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – It’s DONE!

After the fiasco with musical stock pots, it was smooth sailing. There’s something about that “pop” of the lid when you bring it out of the water that is so satisfying. All in all, I think each jar has a value of at least $40, if you factor in all the dang work it took […]

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Sep 04 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Part Deux

It’s morning. I haven’t had coffee yet. I’ve got the heavy stock pot tilted over the sink, draining the water from the tomatoes and onions that have sat overnight. I remind myself that if I DON’T visualize myself losing the lid and an hours worth of chopping down the sink, then it CAN’T happen. To […]

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Sep 03 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Eggplant A Cosmopolitan Fruit?

This is a must read – for those looking for a fabulous hors d’oeuvre, a hearty side dish, or a wonderful vegetable main course.  With a little modification, it could be a fully vegan entrée – so look no further. Filling? Yes it is. Meaty? Uh huh. Flavor? Out of this world, delicious! Right now, is the peak season […]

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Sep 03 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Post, the First

It’s a down-east family tradition. Chow Chow. Sweet relish made from green tomatoes and onions. When we were first introduced to it in New Glascow, Nova Scotia, we couldn’t believe we were allowed to eat this sweet good stuff right along side our meat and potatoes. Shouldn’t this be a desert? This year, with the […]

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Aug 19 2008

Crock Pot Super Easy Vegan Spaghetti For Bloggers and Others

 So, you’re a blogger. Or you work at home in some other way. Does that mean you have to eat the traditional nerd’s meal of caffeine and whatever munchy food is close by? Hardly. There’s nothing more reassuring on a busy day than knowing that a good dinner is cooking itself while you’re busy with […]

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Aug 18 2008

Guess What’s For Dinner

Shrimp Stirfry served on a bed of rice… my favorite! 5 tblsps of extra virgin olive oil

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