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Over there

January 7th, 2012

I’ve decided to start blogging again!  Only this time, over there, at our farm’s recipe section.

http://provenancefarm.com/blog/categories/recipes/

I hope you enjoy it!

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Shepherd’s Pie

January 23rd, 2011

Shepherd's Pie

My wife lived in New Zealand for part of her childhood and her dad is from New Zealand. When we were dating she made this for me and I was sold. It was my first real introduction to lamb, which they raise plenty of in New Zealand. They have more sheep than people in New Zealand!

Shepherd’s pie is a true comfort food, containing potatoes, veggies, minced (ground) meat and gravy!  This dish is great to make to feed a large family or to make and (…read more and get the recipe)

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Brown Stew Chicken

January 22nd, 2011

Brown Stew Chicken - stewing

After a very long hiatus I decided to cook again.  Just kidding, I cook all the time!  The only problem is I don’t make time to share it with you.  Well, here I am and I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve, including this delicious stew.

I recently returned from a wonderful vacation in Jamaica where (…read more and get the recipe)

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Yummy macaroni with pasture-finished ground beef

April 17th, 2010

Want to know one of the best dishes I’ve had in a long time?  How about this one:

Yummy macaroni with pasture-finished ground beef

Now, do you want to know how to make it?  Sharing that with you would be a pleasure for me.  I typed in a few ingredients into food blog search that I had lying (…read more and get the recipe)

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Fresh Blueberry and Raspberry Pie

January 31st, 2010

 Fresh Blueberry and Raspberry Pie

This post could also be titled: “How to surprise and awe your wife on a lazy Sunday evening.”  Rachel and I were sitting on the couch, enjoying the fire and reading.  Like she does on many occasions, she asked me to get (…read more and get the recipe)

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Finger-food platter

January 24th, 2010

 My finger-food platter

Every once in a while members of a running club, that I am a member of, gather for a finger-food potluck.  Being a food-lover, I thoroughly enjoy these occasions.  What surprises me the most is the selection of “unhealthy” foods and beer that flow at these things.  These runners are (…read more and get the recipe)

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Peppermint Latte

December 20th, 2009

Peppermint Latte

The peppermint latte is the love of my life.  On cold winter days it reminds me of being a kid and sucking on a candy cane.  It reminds me of sitting next to a fire with wood stacked ceiling-high, crackling and popping and (…read more and get the recipe)

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Julia Child’s Pears Poached in Red Wine

September 1st, 2009

Pears Poached in Red Wine

Thanks to the recent release of Julie and Julia I was introduced to Julia Child.  Surprisingly, I had never really seen any of her stuff.  Now, I am a complete “foodie.”  Even more so after (…read more and get the recipe)

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Homemade Butter from Raw Milk

August 26th, 2009

 Bread and butter

Who needs pasteurization?  Not Europeans and not me!  Our neighbors and good friends (Tyler and Alicia) down the street have a farm and on their farm they have a cow.  No, not Old MacDonald, but their cow recently had a calf and we are (…read more and get the recipe)

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Lamb Madras Curry

August 5th, 2009

Lamb Madras Curry

Boy, oh boy!  This curry is the most amazing curry I have had yet.  I have tried to make many curries in the past and none even come close to this.  A friend gave me (…read more and get the recipe)

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