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How modern humans ate their way to world dominance How modern humans ate their way to world dominance By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/26/15 18:41 Originally posted on Ancientfoods:  The Batwa hunter-gatherers collect and roast wild yams in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda. The difference between humans and their closest relatives is partly a matter of…
The History Of Pimm’s The History Of Pimm’s By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/26/15 06:13 Originally posted on RecipeReminiscing: Pimm’s is a brand of fruit cups, but may also be considered a liqueur. It was first produced in 1823 by James Pimm and has been owned by Diageo…
Ramen Decoded Ramen Decoded By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/26/15 06:10 Ramen has noted to be cheap and full of additives, not to mention the salt content. Here is a real food replacement that satisfies.
Lil Pommes Anna’s Lil Pommes Anna’s By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/24/15 05:57 Pommes Anna or Anna potatoes, is a classic French dish of sliced, layered potatoes cooked in a very large amount of melted butter. The recipe calls for firm-fleshed potatoes and butter only. Potatoes… Continue reading →
Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/18/15 05:53 Pancake Week is grounded in ancient tradition. During the Middle Ages, it was common practice to prepare for the austerity of Lent by purging the pantry of luxurious foods such as eggs, butter… Continue reading →
Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/07/15 05:54 Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage 2 #lb. corned beef 2 Tablespoons brown sugar 1/4 Cup water or beer 2 small heads red and green savoyed cabbage, chopped Remove and toss the “pickling… Continue reading →
Ancient maize followed two paths into the Southwest Ancient maize followed two paths into the Southwest By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/06/15 08:07 Originally posted on Ancientfoods: After it was first domesticated from the wild teosinte grass in southern Mexico, maize, or corn, took both a high road and a coastal low road as it moved…
Big Shrovetide Buns / Store Fastelavnsboller Big Shrovetide Buns / Store Fastelavnsboller By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/06/15 08:04 Originally posted on RecipeReminiscing: A classic Norwegian shrovetide recipe found on godt.no One of the clear food trends we see in Norway today is the idea of going back to the traditional terms…
The View From Your Window The View From Your Window By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/04/15 04:33 Suburbhomestead: winter has returned to Wisconsin Originally posted on The Dish: Kenosha, Wisconsin, 8.50 am View original
Garden Started Garden Started By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/03/15 19:22 Originally posted on Knowledge Vault: It’s about to be spring here in Colorado and there is no better way to prepare for spring than starting the seeds for the garden! I bought a…
The Bakewell Tart / Bakewell Terter The Bakewell Tart / Bakewell Terter By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/28/15 07:36 Originally posted on RecipeReminiscing: A delicious traditional English tart recipe from picturebritain.com The girl who runs picturebritain writes: The Bakewell Tart (not quite the same as a Bakewell pudding) is a delicious, flaky,…
Homespun Seasoning Salt Homespun Seasoning Salt By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/16/15 20:45 Homespun Seasoning Salt This recipe makes ⅔ of a cup of seasoning salt. Ingredients ½ cup sea salt 2 tablespoons organic granulated cane sugar 4 teaspoons smoked paprika 1 teaspoon dry parsley 2… Continue reading →
Barbecue Seasoning Barbecue Seasoning By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/16/15 20:34 Barbecue Seasoning INGREDIENTS 1 teaspoon Smoked paprika 3/4 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/4 teaspoon chili powder 1/4 teaspoon Home made Seasoned Salt 1/2 teaspoon salt 9 turns… Continue reading →
Sesame Seed Sauce Sesame Seed Sauce By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/10/15 19:43 Originally posted on What's On the Stove?: This is a great little basic sauce to be used in just about any Asian dish that benefits from a dipping. It’s quick to put…
Sesame Seed Sauce Sesame Seed Sauce By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/10/15 19:43 Originally posted on What's On the Stove?: This is a great little basic sauce to be used in just about any Asian dish that benefits from a dipping. It’s quick to put…
Home Made Chocolate Syrup Home Made Chocolate Syrup By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/02/15 20:27 Home Made Chocolate Syrup One of my favorite things while growing up was breakfast. Dad’s favorite was chocolate milk, toast with cherry preserves, and pancakes with sausage. It had to be Hershey’s Dark… Continue reading →
Home Made Chocolate Syrup Home Made Chocolate Syrup By Suburbhomestead's Blog 01/02/15 20:27 Home Made Chocolate Syrup One of my favorite things while growing up was breakfast. Dad’s favorite was chocolate milk, toast with cherry preserves, and pancakes with sausage. It had to be Hershey’s Dark… Continue reading →
2014 in review 2014 in review By Suburbhomestead's Blog 12/30/14 00:04 The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 8,000 times in… Continue reading →
2014 in review 2014 in review By Suburbhomestead's Blog 12/30/14 00:04 The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 8,000 times in… Continue reading →
Creamed Roasted Onions Creamed Roasted Onions By Suburbhomestead's Blog 12/28/14 19:14 This is a redone recipe for creamed onions with added flavor from roasting. A star when pared with a roast, steak, pork chops, or all by itself. Simple, stunning and really good. This is a comfort food at its finest.
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