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Let’s Cook Mahi-Mahi, Potatoes, Asparagus and a Yummy Thyme Cream Sauce!
Grounding Is Healthy!
We all get stressed from time to time – we worry, feel sad, anxious… which leads to a section in our brain in the temporal lobe getting all out of whack. This section is the amygdala. This tricky part of … Continue reading
Pickled Chive Blossoms
It’s SPRING here at The Cattle Gap and that means my perennials are breaking through the dirt and blooming! I seriously can’t plant enough chive seeds! I love chives in recipes….but also think they’re oh so pretty in flower gardens … Continue reading
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Boquerones (White Anchovies) With Grapefruit and Pickled Peppers
You either love them or hate them – and I happen to LOVE boquerones! What are they? They are simply fresh anchovies, preserved in a marinade of vinegar and olive oil. These aren’t the canned, salty version used in caesar … Continue reading
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Crispy Crunchy Duck Salad
I’ve gone a bit quacky over duck lately! My husband and son are both duck hunters so our freezer fills up with the delicacy every winter. I’m enjoying thawing out the breasts – love them ’cause they’re fatty and their … Continue reading
Lemongrass Beef & Crunchy Cucumber And Pickled Carrot Salad
I love a dish I can make ahead and package for road trips and this is one of ’em! This beef and slaw-like salad is tasty served hot or cold – making it a perfect make-ahead recipe. Let’s Gather Our … Continue reading
Parmesan Crusted Salmon And Arugula Salad With Honey BBQ Vinaigrette Dressing
The tomatoes are going wild in our little backyard garden – especially the cherry tomatoes! The ones that we don’t pickle before they ripen get gobbled up by the deer, birds and ME! I eat them like candy – and … Continue reading
Green Pico de Gallo with Pepper Vinegar Marinade
I had never worked with tomatillos before so this was really fun for me ….but of course, the whole time – I kept thinking Pico de Gallo made with my Phickles Wedgies would be AHHHHmazing! Next time I’ll give that … Continue reading