Monthly Archives: January 2015

After Seven Years

After DH’s stem cell transplant procedure in December of 2007, he lost his taste for bacon. We were never BIG bacon eaters, but it had its place. Recently there was a sale on the store brand of bacon so I … Continue reading

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Rainbow Chard

We spent 18 months in the Pacific Northwest in 2005 and 2006, and one of the great joys of the late summer and fall was the abundance of gorgeous produce. Rainbow chard was something I had never heard of before, … Continue reading

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Anasazi – The Ancient Ones

Anasazi is loosely translated as The Ancient Ones, so here is a portrait of the burrito that housed the last of the Anasazi beans. And, yes, those are Brussels sprouts on the side. I had my Brussels sprouts worked into … Continue reading

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Anasazi Chili

This was the follow-on to the Anasazi Enchilada. There was plenty of filling and beans left over, so a new dish was born. I added seasonings appropriate for chili and some broth. Broth? Yes, well, you want the chili to … Continue reading

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Anasazi Enchilada

This is so named because I used Anasazi beans for part of the filling. Although this looks pretty fancy, it was dead simple. Inside there is the filling, which was merely the beans mashed up a bit with some of … Continue reading

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Three Deer Three

What a surprise to see these three lovely ladies taking advantage of the water pond the other day. They seemed to come out of nowhere, and trotted off quickly when they had slaked their thirst. I heard coyotes later on. … Continue reading

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Cream of Turkey Soup Plus

This is the swan song of a nine-pound turkey breast that has served us well over the last few days. The picture can’t begin to convey how really delicious everything shown actually was – so flavorful. The soup itself was … Continue reading

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