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Hash and Eggs

Hash and Eggs

Looking through and evaluating old posts, on the one hand, and considering what I want to accomplish with this blog, on the other, I noticed a gap. I talk about cooking food in bulk – a slow cooker full of chicken or pork shoulder, for […]

Pot Roast in Mushroom Broth

Pot Roast in Mushroom Broth

Looking back, I apparently write a pot roast recipe every year. Well – everyone who eats meat needs a few good pot roast recipes, ranging from simple to complex! And a relatively few changes can make a real difference. The slow cooker was made for […]

Feeding the Freezer

Feeding the Freezer

Several times, now, I’ve written about Planning for Meals, Freezer Planning, and so on. Quick recap for those who are new, here… the Inhabited Kitchen method of planning for meals involves making sure that I have food on hand – often partially or fully cooked […]

Slow Cooker Chili

Slow Cooker Chili

Sometimes it just makes sense to cook a large quantity of something, to have plenty of cooked food on hand, for later meals. (Or, of course, to feed many people all at once!) And certain dishes lend themselves to this better than others. Even if […]

Beef Stew with Sorghum

Beef Stew with Sorghum

Most of the effort in switching away from gluten, in our culture, goes into replacing wheat. As I said last summer when I wrote about it, wheat has been the staff of life in Western Civilization for millennia…  We “break bread” when we eat together, […]