Food Tips

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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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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Beef Bone Broth

I know you might be thinking…”Shane, what’s with the mundane recipes?  Last time it was how to cook brown rice and now it’s how to cook beef bone broth.”  I promise we’ll break free of brown next time and cook with some color but y’all…these are important nutrient-dense kitchen foundations to have.  And on that subject you can find another …

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Brown Rice at its Best!

I love whole grains but no doubt about it they are hard to digest and they can be a little too chewy if not prepared properly.  So my video on how to make the most delicious rice will give you loads of good info about the ins and outs of making this wonderful whole grain the best it can be for you …

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Tomato-Braised Salmon

Looking for a new way to cook your wild salmon?  Try my simple and delicious Tomato-Braised Salmon that is packed with goodness! Baking salmon is great when you’re in a hurry but this recipe is almost as simple and way more interesting to your eyes and palette.  Remember, digestion begins with your eyes.  Just be sure when you buy any kind of …

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