Welcome Friends to Episode 033 Changes Of the Creek Road Podcast.
This week we Speak of
This Week in West Virginia Spring Is hear West Virginia What are those Pink Flowers in the Grass ?
We Speak Of the Changes Coming to the Format of the Webpage And the Podcast
We speak about Being aware of the Conditions of your Tires. Side Wall Condition of a Tire Can be more of a danger than tread condition. Gash In a Side wall Bad things a Coming.
We Speak of My Biggest Passion The Paleo Diet and Losing More Weight to Feel Better.
And Spinach Dish Kids will Love and ask for more.
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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 →
Growing up in the 1970s like many children I had to help my family with the gardening. Picking rocks out of the dirt as dad ran the tiller, weeding, watering it seemed like it never ended. The only thing that never ended was my brother and I complaining that we wanted to go play. We had a large garden. My mother utilized it for all the fresh vegetables we would eat that summer. And large amounts of green beans, tomatoes were canned and potatoes stored. That garden put so many sweet pickle or as my mom called them bread and butter pickles in the cellar that it was several years after we moved before I opened the last jar. Continue reading →
Vitamins are a needed item in today’s world. With the ever lowering vitamin and mineral content in the vegetables you buy in the store. To the inability for the plants to liberate the vitamins and minerals from the soil. Nutrient deficiencies are becoming more and more common every day. And without a little detective work or a trip to the doctor you will not know that you are vitamin deficient. Continue reading →
Today I would like to tell you about one of the most delicious leftover hacks that I have ever Hacked together. Crock Pot Salisbury Steak Pot Pie. It has turned into one of my most favorite recipes. The most difficult part is making sure you have leftover Crock Pot Salisbury steak. Every one devours this every time I make it.
Some people may call this a Shepherd’s Pie other people may call it a Pot Pie. I call it Crock Pot Salisbury Steak Pot Pie. I just love to eat it. Continue reading →
I have hacked another Wonderful Crockpot Recipe. Crock Pot Salisbury Steak who among us doesn’t love Salisbury steak, Tender juicy Hamburger steaks smothered in gravy. Even the commercial food producers do a nice stand in for the real thing if you just don’t have time. Continue reading →
Go to the Mega Mart and into the dried bean Isle and you will find several different dried beans. Sometimes it is a little overwhelming at the sheer number of dried beans that are available. Dried Beans can be placed into your long term food storage for 25 years if stored correctly. Or can be so hard and inedible in 5 that you can’t even cook them if stored incorrectly. Lets see what the university of Utah has to say about Dry Beans and storage. Continue reading →
Out searching the web this morning thinking about my garden and how I was going to integrate some of the tomato gardening tip I have stuck in my head. Thinking about the soon to come planting season seams like a good thing to do on a cold Cold COLD windy day. we received about 8 inches of snow yesterday. Of course your thoughts turn to warm Thoughts of the Guarden. Let’s Talk Tomato’s Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but I work full-time. I also drive over 45 minutes one way to work. This means I am gone from my home at least 10 hours a day. By the time I get home the last thing I want to do is prepare a dinner that will take at least hour from start to finish. This is why I started cooking in the crock-pot. Crock-pots come in all sizes from 1 quart to about 8 quart. My favorite size is 4 1/2 quarts. That is large enough to cook a family meal but small enough to make less is you want. You can get the fancy programmable ones, but I use a basic crock-pot with low and high settings. This kind of crock-pot costs about $27. Continue reading →