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Planned for months, and talked about for over a year, we were FINALLY on our way to experience what is the Chef & The Farmer and Boiler Room Oyster Bar, both the brainchild of Chef Vivian Howard and her husband, Ben Knight, from the popular PBS series A Chef’s Life. This road trip was a … Continue reading Road Trip to Chef & The Farmer and Boiler Room Oyster Bar
Another “oldie but goodie” from my 1970’s Betty Crocker Cookbook. This one has been around a long time, because the first time I ever made it I used my mother’s 1950’s Betty Crocker Cookbook. Homemade vanilla pudding base with flake coconut added, topped with fresh whipped cream and toasted coconut, it’s a family favorite. IngredientsCrust:1 … Continue reading Coconut Cream Pie
Not too long ago a group of us headed out the the Winter Farmer’s Market at Coastal Coffee Roasters in Summerville, South Carolina. It was a nice, but cold, January day, and all of us were anxious to see some of our favorite farm friends at this winter market, as well as meet a few … Continue reading Grilled Pheasant with Raspberry Balsamic Vinaigrette
Home Curing Corned Beef is easy and tastes so much better than store-bought. It just takes time! The efforts are well worth it for nitrate-free, nitrite-free corned beef. The nitrates and nitrites, or pink salt, are what makes the beef stay red, and are used in some curing processes. This recipe does not use any … Continue reading Home Curing Corned Beef
Adam Frick – West Ridge Farms – Premium Beef So you’re thinking about buying a side of beef, but is there really a benefit? Is it a cost savings? Will you be able to use it all? I know there are a lot of questions when making this type of decision, but I can tell … Continue reading Benefits of Buying A Whole Side of Beef