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Mexican Rice Mexican Rice By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/25/14 19:55 Mexican Rice Ingredients 3 Tbsp. vegetable oil 1 cup long grain rice, uncooked 1 tsp. fresh minced garlic 1/2 tsp. kosher salt 1/2 tsp. cumin 1/2 c. tomato sauce 1 (14 oz) can… Continue reading →
Dutch Oven Mac-n-Cheese Dutch Oven Mac-n-Cheese By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/17/14 18:53 A one pot ditch the box stove top mac-n-cheese to satisfy the cravings. A good real food recipe that is quick enough for supper on it's own.
Apple Season is Here Apple Season is Here By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/12/14 22:45 Apples are a part of the American Mid West like tumble weeds are part of the southwest. Everyone knows where they are, which ones are their favorite, and how to make them into… Continue reading →
Wonderful stuffed green peppers Wonderful stuffed green peppers By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/06/14 16:35 3 green peppers (large) or 4 small 1 #lb lean ground Turkey 1 medium onion, chopped 1/2 cup cooked rice 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 cup butter cracker crumbs 1 egg ¼ cup… Continue reading →
Lasagna One Pot Lasagna One Pot By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/01/14 22:51 Why wait all day for Lasagna and all that work when you can do it in one pot. Need a fancier version for last minute company? Add a cup of white wine or vodka for sweetness. Everyone wants to know what do with the glut of tomatoes from the garden. This...
Buttermilk White Bread Buttermilk White Bread By Suburbhomestead's Blog 09/01/14 21:08 Tender buttermilk white bread with the delicate flavor of honey. The stronger the honey the better the flavor so use pure raw honey, buckwheat or other strong flavor. A good homesteader bread, I use a stand mixer for the first part and by hand for the rest.
Angel Food Cake Angel Food Cake By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/30/14 14:34 Angel food cake is a great figure friendly light summer cake. It has no fat, i.e no butter , no yolks, no oil- not even a drop. It is made from the simplest… Continue reading →
Hawaiian bbq Chicken Hawaiian bbq Chicken By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/25/14 22:52 An easy crowd pleasing weekday meal in the crock-pot. Served with jasmine rice and french fried onions on top for a filling tribute to the 1950's. Simple, easy, and kid friendly with a bright display of color.
State of Bratwurst State of Bratwurst By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/25/14 07:26 As old as Wisconsin and as different as the next county can be the quintessential Brat Fry. There are several ways to prep and cook brats in Wisconsin, where eating bratwurst is exactly a way of life. Continue reading →
Crockpot french dip sandwiches Crockpot french dip sandwiches By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/16/14 05:43 Crockpot french dip sandwiches 1 can french onion soup (10.5 oz) 1 can beef consume’ broth (10.5 oz) 1 can or bottle of dark beer (12 oz) 1-3 lbs of pork tenderloin or some kind of beef roast French rolls or something similar Swiss or provolone cheese slices...
Tomatoes Tomatoes By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/14/14 21:31 About these ads Rate this: Share this:Email Print Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Google LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr Like this:Like Loading... Related Bookmark the permalink. Post navigation ← Stove top Granola Crockpot french dip sandwiches → Leave a...
Stove top Granola Stove top Granola By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/07/14 06:08 This is a recipe that makes healthy eating easy, simple, and affordable. Thank you to for this post. Continue reading →
Pic inspiration Pic inspiration By Suburbhomestead's Blog 08/02/14 16:52 Salsbury steak in the making. About these ads Rate this: Share this:Email Print Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Google LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr Like this:Like Loading... Related Bookmark the permalink. Post navigation ← Wisconsin Club Sandwich Stove...
Wisconsin Club Sandwich Wisconsin Club Sandwich By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/31/14 04:06 A man sized doubledecker sandwich big enough for dinner. Traditionally served with coleslaw, a dill pickle spear, and french fries or potato chips. This one is good served with an ice cold frosty beer or if you dare a chocolate shake. Continue reading →...
Pasta Pot Pasta Pot By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/28/14 02:32 A one pot meal to simplify dinner time. Free yourself from the everyday, and make the evening special. Continue reading →
Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/25/14 21:33 Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Cookies Ingredients 1 can seamless crescent rolls (or pinch together seams on a regular can, 8 oz cream cheese, room temperature 1/3cup sugar 2 tsp vanilla ¾ C mixed peanut butter and chocolate chips Directions:...
Pita (Middle Eastern Bible or Pocket Bread) Pita (Middle Eastern Bible or Pocket Bread) By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/20/14 06:06 1 package yeast 1 1/3cups warm water 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 1 teaspoon salt 3 to 4 cups all-purpose flour Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in oil, sugar and salt, then stir in 2 cups of the flour. Beat until smooth. Stir...
Pic of the day Pic of the day By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/19/14 23:19 Sweet sesame chicken tonight. About these ads Rate this: Share this:Email Print Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Google LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr Like this:Like Loading... Related Bookmark the permalink. Post navigation ← American Hummus Pita (Middle...
American Hummus American Hummus By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/14/14 07:06 15 oz can chickpeas well drained 1/4 cup filtered water 1/4 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice 1/2 cup fresh parsley 2 tablespoons crunchy peanut butter 2 teaspoon minced fresh garlic 1/2 teaspoon sea salt Add all to blender, blend til smooth. Serve with pita...
Confiture de concombre à la vanille Confiture de concombre à la vanille By Suburbhomestead's Blog 07/12/14 05:25 French style jam for those special mornings working in the garden. Cucumbers are more versatile than just raw. Continue reading →

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