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Kjötsúpa {Icelandic Lamb Soup}

It’s always been stew to me.  Grandma Bodin’s stew. The first time I remember ever having it, I was 10 years old.  It didn’t look like stew, as in from the can kind, but it had familiar elements of meat, potato, carrots and liquid.  Only it wasn’t the same, and it wasn’t stew.  It was […]

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Guiness Irish Lamb Stew ©Rhonda Adkins-1

Guinness Irish Lamb Stew

I’m not Irish but both of my kids have Irish blood running through them which I figured that means I’m Irish by proxy.  Even if I’m not Irish, I have red hair (thanks to a box), freckles and hazel eyes. I certainly could tell someone that I had an Irish heritage and they would believe […]

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Braising, not always low and slow

I think I may have over done this month’s Daring Cook’s Challenge!  Carolyn, a non-blogger participant of The Daring Cooks challenged us this month to “Brave the Braise”.  Carolyn shared with us what braising is: Traditional cooking methods may be classed as how heat is conducted through the food. First is moist heat (poaching, simmering, […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Puree with Lamb Chops and Rosemary Gremolata

Have you ever tried cutting a up a butternut squash?  They aren’t the easiest to peel and chop, especially if they are quite large.  When I saw that my regular grocery store had some that was peeled and cubed, ready to use, I was over the moon. There wasn’t a price listing anywhere, but I […]

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Shepherd’s Stuffed Peppers

Have you ever had an idea just randomly pop into your head, and then wonder “why didn’t I ever think about that before”?  It started with the purchase of rainbow colored peppers that I planned on dehydrating for up at the cabin this winter.   They were so beautiful, that I changed my plans for them.  […]

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Rack of Lamb with Rosemary and Thyme

Some things are just worth it!  If you’ve never tried rack of lamb put it on your bucket list because it’s a must do!  I didn’t get my lamb from an organic store or from a butcher or local sheep farmer, I just bought it from Sam’s Club.  It’s New Zealand lamb and it was […]

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