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Low Carb Fried Green To’maters

It's almost  a guarantee that we will have an Indian summer where I live in Colorado. There will be few nights in a row with temps that dip below 32 F, which manages to kill most everything in the garden, the pumpkin vine (uggh I could have had 3 more pumpkins if it wouldn't have… Continue reading Low Carb Fried Green To’maters

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Crema di pommodoro zuppa “Creamy tomato soup”

"What am I going to do with all of these tomatoes? " Do you ever find yourself asking yourself this question at the end of summer, when you a family member or neighbor has a large harvest of beautiful fresh tomatoes and you're not sure what to do with them?  My mom is boss at… Continue reading Crema di pommodoro zuppa “Creamy tomato soup”

Food · Parties

Magical Unicorn Cookies

We had a Unicorn Carnival to Celebrate my youngest daughters 1st birthday, I turned out great, we had cotton candy, popcorn, shaved ice, nachos, hotdogs, I made cupcakes and these "Magical Unicorn" Sugar cookies for the celebration as a favor for everyone to take home, because who doesn't like a gift... especially the edible kind!… Continue reading Magical Unicorn Cookies

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Pecan Crusted Feta Balls (Ooh Yeah!)

These tasty little cheese balls are a great addition to a nice tossed green salad with a tangy vinaigrette dressing (perhaps a strawberry spinach salad?) and as a bonus they only have two ingredients so you can whip them up in a breeze! All you need to make these protein packed tasty little balls is… Continue reading Pecan Crusted Feta Balls (Ooh Yeah!)

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Rhubarb Sauce

Ever wonder what else you can use rhubarb for other than the famous Strawberry-Rhubarb pie? It turns out that this tart veggie (yes technically its a vegetable) is surprisingly versatile. I like to make rhubarb sauce, very similar to applesauce but with a little bit of pucker power (HeYah!). I like to eat it as… Continue reading Rhubarb Sauce

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Bottling the Buchi, Flavoring and Secondary Fermentation

You have successfully brewed your kombucha, now what? First Please take your SCOBY out and about 2 cups of the kombucha as starter tea. Set it aside (I like to use my 2nd brewing jar for this) and make sure to cover it up! As mentioned earlier if there is a fruit fly in your… Continue reading Bottling the Buchi, Flavoring and Secondary Fermentation