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Hot Cross Buns – an Easter tradition Hot Cross Buns – an Easter tradition By Suburbhomestead's Blog 04/17/14 19:24 In 1592, Queen Elizabeth I decreed that hot cross buns could no longer be sold on any day except for Good Friday, Christmas or for burials. They were simply too special to be eaten any other day. To get around this explains that people baked the buns in...
Amish Broccoli Salad Amish Broccoli Salad By Suburbhomestead's Blog 04/16/14 06:37 Amish Broccoli Salad 1 head broccoli, chopped 1 head cauliflower, chopped 1 cup real mayonnaise 1 cup crème Fraiche 1/2 cup vanilla sugar 1/2 teaspoon sea salt ¼ teaspoon white pepper ¼ teaspoon garlic powder ½ teaspoon Dijon mustard 2 grinds fresh black...
Chinese Five-Spice Powder Chinese Five-Spice Powder By Suburbhomestead's Blog 04/11/14 16:05 Making your own gluten free spices will result in a fresher, cleaner taste. I tend to store my spices whole and in opaque glass jars to maintain freshness. Continue reading →
Free Ebooks Free Ebooks By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/27/14 06:22 A great resource to me is LaMar Alexander of http://www.simplesolarhomesteading.com/ His words and books are new foxfires for a new century. He is a hero and mentor. LaMar has energized the way I look at future. I will quote his words here regarding the...
Life Lessons of the Fall Life Lessons of the Fall By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/26/14 06:01 The Great Depression of the late 1920s and 1930s was a reflection of high unemployment, staggering debt, and a collapsed stock market. The hardship that resulted has not been experienced by Americans since. Those at the time somehow lived through it, and...
Home made Salisbury Steak Home made Salisbury Steak By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/23/14 06:04 4-6 hamburger patties 1 onion sliced 1 cup beef broth 2 Tablespoons brown gravy 1 Tablespoon of corn starch 4 cups cooked egg noodles 1 tsp crushed thyme dash salt and fresh ground pepper Brown patties, drain grease, and remove. Brown onions add rest cook...
Homemade Seasoning Salt Homemade Seasoning Salt By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/22/14 06:52 Homemade Seasoning Salt Ingredients ½ cup sea salt 2 tablespoons organic granulated cane sugar 4 teaspoons smoked paprika 2 teaspoons dry minced garlic 1 teaspoons garlic salt 4 teaspoons minced dry onion 1 teaspoon fresh ground peppercorn Instructions...
Home Made Crunch Wrap Supreme Home Made Crunch Wrap Supreme By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/19/14 21:49 Another cracked fast food recipe to quell the need for drive thru. Sometimes you need to just experiment to find the right combination. Continue reading →
Fried Apples Fried Apples By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/11/14 19:56 Cooking time will vary based on apples used and thickness of apples. Granny smith makes the best apples for fried apples although I like a mix with honey crisp. Continue reading →
Creamy Skillet Lasagna Creamy Skillet Lasagna By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/10/14 07:33 Creamy Skillet Lasagna Submitted to Foodista by Pick Fresh Foods and modified by Suburbhomestead Serves 4 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil ½ cup white onion, diced fine 2 large garlic cloves, pressed 1 lb ground turkey 1 (14.5 oz) can … Continue reading →...
Dry Garden Ideas Dry Garden Ideas By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/08/14 00:01 Drought puts a decidedly dry spin on garden planning. The thought of water rationing can suck the joy out of seed catalog browsing; which veggies will grow without water? Continue reading →
Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/04/14 06:11 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 and milk. These ingredients often became big … Continue reading...
Seed starting Seed starting By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/01/14 16:26 About these ads Rate this: Share this:Email Print Digg Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Google LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr Like this:Like Loading... Related About suburbhomestead A 30 something grown-up Eagle Scout on a mission to change the world by setting...
Seed starting time Seed starting time By Suburbhomestead's Blog 03/01/14 07:36 Selecting seeds tonight! About these ads Rate this: Share this:Email Print Digg Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Google LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr Like this:Like Loading... Related About suburbhomestead A 30 something grown-up Eagle Scout on a mission...
Crock pot Rice Crock pot Rice By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/27/14 19:35 1 cup white Jasmine rice Lucky Elephant brand 2 cups filtered hot water pinch of sea salt 1 Tablespoon Butter The Directions: rub butter on the inside of your crock pot stoneware put in rice stir in water and salt cover and cook on high for 2-3 hours, checking...
Honey Bourbon Chicken Honey Bourbon Chicken By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/27/14 19:24 This is one of those recipes to satisfy the chicken at the mall craving. Breakout that crock-pot for a tasty meal. Continue reading →
Crock pot Wisconsin Beef Melt Crock pot Wisconsin Beef Melt By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/22/14 19:04 This Crock pot gem hails from a potluck near mineral point, Wisconsin. Beefy, satisfying, melty cheese, and unassuming; a modest loose meat sandwich. Continue reading →
Crock pot Barbecues Crock pot Barbecues By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/22/14 18:28 This is a wonderful sandwich to serve just because. Frugal, and easy, perfect for a busy schedule. Please give comments about it works for you. Enjoy! I like these in the summertime with pickle spears. The Combination of tangy barbecue sauce and salsa steal...
Crock-pot Philly Cheese steak Crock-pot Philly Cheese steak By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/22/14 06:00 Philly Cheese steak loose meat sandwiches on the menu tonight. Continue reading →
Loose Meat Sandwiches Loose Meat Sandwiches By Suburbhomestead's Blog 02/21/14 19:13 Loose meat sandwiches seam to be ingrained in the American Midwest. If you look you will find them lurking around at the local greasy spoon or travel stop. They show up at family gatherings, potlucks, and anytime a quick, satisfying meal is needed. This...
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