“According to Grub, online purveyors of freeze-dried insects for culinary purposes, 80% of the world’s nations eat insects as a part of their diet. They can be farmed in a much smaller space than large livestock, and require a substantially lower quantity of water and feed to rear to adult size” Quoted From MSN This is why we should be eating insects
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Dealing with Heel Pain. I have heal pain. When it is acting up it keeps me from my walking exercises. It has forced me to leave my 2nd job at Advanced Auto Parts. If you have experienced it you know what I am talking about. When you get up from a resting position it hurts. And getting up during the night or in the morning can be excruciating. This is a condition called “Plantar Fasciitis” In my case once I found a treatment it was easy and immediate relief from the pain.
Every year the spring rains come and turn everyone’s yards into muddy messes. Everyone curses the spring rains for the mess they create. I look at them like a shower after a long hard day. Renewed life, the clean smell, the songs of the birds and the twitter of the tree frogs after a spring rain are enough of a comparison to how I feel after a shower to be dismissed. Our grandparents looked at the spring rains as a chance to fill the ponds recharge the wells and top off the cisterns.
Nanny didn’t waste money but she wasn’t afraid to spend it either. She would spend money on big hams, or that huge turkey. She knew The Frugal Secret! Nanny was born during the years leading to the great depression. She had seen her fair share of hard times. It showed in how she cooked. She was an old time cook. The classic home maker that can walk into a bare kitchen and perform some kind of grandmother Voodoo that created a dinner from empty refrigerator and bare pantry shelves
Have I got a treat of a recipe for your crock pot today. Slow cooker Sofrit “Chicken Gizzards & Harts In a Tomato Pepper Sauce”. I went to the Google’s to see what the Italian translation for Chicken Gizzards was and found out that my conglomeration was a recipe. I had never heard of SoFrit. Oh by the way, the Italian translation for chicken gizzards is “Ventriglio Di Pollo”. Olives-N-Okra talk about Sofrit, or chicken gizzards & hearts in hot sauce being and old Italian dish common in Rhode Island. My ingredients are so close that I am calling my dish SoFrit. Instead of Ventriglio Di Pollo or Italian Chicken Gizzards.
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SoFrit Chicken Gizzards & Harts in Tomato Pepper sauce
Have I got a Treat Of a recipe for your Crock Pot today. Slow Cooker Sofrit “Chicken Gizzards & Harts In a Tomato Pepper Sauce”. I went to the Google’s to see what the Italian translation for Chicken Gizzards was and found out that my conglomeration was a recipe. I had never heard of SoFrit. Oh By the Way the Italian Translation for Chicken Gizzards is “Ventriglio Di Pollo”. Olives-N-Okra Talk about Sofrit, or Chicken Gizzards & Hearts in Hot Sauce being and old Italian dish common in Rhode Island. My ingredients are so close that I am calling my dish SoFrit. Instead of Ventriglio Di Pollo or Italian Chicken Gizzards. Continue reading →
I stumbled over an amazing Slow Cooker Recipe the other day Slow Cooker Beef Ragu so after reading the recipe It sounded so good I wanted to try it. If you want to see the original recipe I will link it here Little Leopard Book Slow Cooker Ragu. Looking over the list of Ingredients it was clear that it was not to complicated. It didn’t require a lot of Ingredients but I knew I could make it easier and faster if I use homemade spaghetti sauce or a Good store brought one. I love the Classico Brand of Pasta Sauce. You can find it in any store. There are several Ingredient combinations, Roasted Garlic and Tomato, Green Pepper and Onion, Tomatoes and Mushrooms, 4 Cheese, and they are all Good. So lets Slow Cook. Continue reading →
One of the benefits of Exploring A Simplified Life, In the New Old Fashioned Way. Is that you will feel better and become healthier. I mean if you’re out working in the garden, taking care of the farm animals, walking the Woods foraging for the Wild Foods, or cooking from scratch you’re going to be healthier. So let’s go over a Few Healthy Lifestyle Tips from Our Grandparents, Or at least mine. Continue reading →
Yes you read that right you can make Turkey in your crock pot. The most amazing way for me to make Turkey Breast is in my Crock Pot. I have to admit that I don’t enjoy eating Turkey Breast normally because it is often too dry. But when you prepare the Turkey Breast in your Crock Pot It will be Moist and delicious. You can make Dry Nasty Turkey Breast in the Crock Pot if you cook it too long. But if you follow procedure you will be rewarded with Moist Delicious Turkey Breast everyone will be bragging about. Continue reading →
I have heard it so many times “Ill Build and fire and cook dinner” Have you ever cooked over and open fire? I would guess that the consistency and simplicity of heat control of your modern Gas or Electric Stove has provide you with a false sense of confidence. I bet that if you asked 100 people on the street have you ever cooked on an open fire. 95 or better would say no. If you asked the Same 100 people do you think you can cook your dinner on an open fire 100 of them would say yes. To be honest I would bet that most of them would be able to eat something. But there is and art to cooking over an open fire. You can’t just turn the heat up and down with the flip of a knob. True campfire cooks know that you have to maintain and tend the fire, bank the coals know when it is cool enough so you can cook. That is right you just can’t build a roaring fire and stick your pan of hamburgers over the flames. You will have burnt outside and raw insides and ruined food and hungry bellies. Continue reading →
With Easter Fast Approaching, I thought I would share my Crock-Pot Ham Recipe once again. I was sure that I had posted how to make it, but I searched the site and all the posts and it wasn’t to be found. I guess I just thought I covered the Topic of Crock-Pot Ham. Maybe I mentioned it in the Podcast. Fixing your Ham in the Crock-Pot is easy, less messy, and oh so much more delicious than the traditional way of Baking and Basting. Continue reading →