Time honored recipes from those featured on Cooking Up a Story
This longstanding family recipe for making Danish Soup calls for the following fresh ingredients…
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TwoJunes, Lisa Bell and Nicole Rees, share their latest recipe: We freeze all our poultry carcasses and bones, be it chicken, duck or turkey. Then, when the carrots and celery are looking a little droopy, we pull everything out and make a huge batch of stock. Very little gets wasted that way. We usually make […]
A great way to use up some of those leftover dried mushrooms you’ve been saving.
Lisa Bell has adored mushrooms her entire life. If not feeling well, this dish is what she requests as a restorative.
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TwoJunes, Lisa Bell and Nicole Rees, share their latest recipe for making a supply of delicious (Stella tested) home-made dog food. One quart container of food lasts Stella for two days. This recipe makes enough food about 1 month. I tend to up the recipe by half to get enough food for 6 weeks, but […]
This recipe is a great way to showcase the sweet, rich flavor of super fresh sea scallops. Related Post: Less Talking, More Cooking Early April is a tough time of year here in New Jersey for produce, unless we are experiencing unseasonably warm temperatures you really won’t see a substantial assortment of local spring vegetables […]
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