Simple dish that features some interesting spices; cumin and cloves plus chipotle peppers amke this dish really tasty. <a href=”http://harvesteating.com/mexican-pot-roast/”>You can find the recipe here.</a>
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On today’s show I discuss making fondue, family, amd much more. Here is a quick ingedient list for fondue…listen to the show to learn about making it.
2 garlic clove
8.5 oz dry white wine, chablis, chardonnay
1/2 tsp kosher salt
2 tbs corn starch
1/4 tsp nutmeg
8 ounces Gruyere/ Emmentaler
kirschwasser (optional..but good)
Grate cheese, add cornstarch, mix well.
Heat wine in fondue pot, add garlic, bring to simmer, fish out garlic, then reduce heat, slowly mix in the grated cheese to create a fully melted fondue.add a tiny bit of nutmeg……kirchwasser is terrific…2 tbs if you can find it…
Serve immediatly….keep cheese warm over sterno or a candle.
Simple recipe for ham n potato casserole with very few ingredients. No cheese in this one, keep it simple for best results….
On today’s show I discuss making nut milks. How to find the best nuts, how to make the milk. Also discuss my course Food Storage Feast in the beginning….
Here is a super simple way to use the local pork you can find from small farmers. These heirloom Berkshire pigs are much better tasting then factory-farmed pork….
Here is a simple recipe for making Duck Rillettes, a soft spread rich with the flavor of duck, herbs, spices etc. This is a must know recipe…
In this simple fall recipe I stuff GIANT Gala apples with simple pantry friendly mixture of oats, spices, raisins and nuts. It’s moistened with light cream and baked for 35 minutes to make it just tender. …
This Thai fish salad is nothing short of amazing..spicy, sweet, a touch salty. The flavors of Thailand come alive in this dish. The key ingredients that make Thai food so special …
Here is a super simple method for using old bread and making tasty croutons that are flavorful, crispy and just plain delicious. Perfect for soups and salads!…
In this video I demonstrate a simple winter squash soup using heirloom red kuri squash. Spiced with fresh ginger, coriander and pumpkin pie spice….