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Chicken Bone Broth...Plain & Simple!

  Everything old is new again and chicken bone broth or bone broths in general are no exception…hallelujah!  Take my word, you will begin to hear more and more about the health benefits of bone broth these days and about little restaurants/brotheries serving it up in all its glory down the way from the juice bar! I mean, just the other …

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Touting Tallow & Slow-Cooker Brisket -- Italian Style!

I know we’ve all had some dry and tough brisket in our day and so we’re a bit shy about cooking this sinewy piece of meat.  But, fear no more, this is the easiest and tastiest way to cook brisket.  And, who doesn’t want a good meaty dish right here in the dead of winter? I bought this grass-fed brisket from …

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Stewed Apples a.k.a. Crustless Apple Pie

You first must begin with fabulous apples and I got mine from my favorite, local apple farmer, Carol Clarke from Rainbow Hill in McMinville, TN.  She is a precious gal and knows her stuff!  I particularly like the fact that one of the many varieties they grow is the “Rhode Island Greening” which is indigenous to American soil…and it’s delicious! …

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Summer Squash and Zucchini Salad

Summer is still very much with us here in Middle Tennessee and most of the country so I have a little end of summer salad to help cool you down before Fall hits town!  And, I can’t wait for Fall!!! I was also recently asked to do a video, see below, on this very salad for “The Williamson Source” website …

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Garden Herb Topping

Loving my little herb garden this summer and all the herbs at the market.  As we all know, once the herbs are cut they don’t stay fresh for long.  So, one way of preserving their herb goodness, at least for 4-5 days, I make this very simple “Garden Herb Topping.”  This herb mixture with elevate the flavor of just about …

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