Tag Archives: Home cooking

Another One For The Healthy, Hearty, And Cheap File

Apple and Walnut Stuffed Squash. Cook the Acorn Squash cut side down in 350 degree oven for a half-an-hour. While the Squash is cooking peal and chop an apple, a half cup of walnuts, and half an onion. Soften the … Continue reading

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Squash Soup With Apples and Sage

The days are getting shorter, leaves are changing colors, and the weather’s turned cool and close. Which can only mean one thing: we’re definitely headed into fall. Or as I like to call it: how much food can you make … Continue reading

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Curing The Cheap Meat Blues

I usually do The Ethical Meat Thing and buy my meats at the farmer’s market or from a local butcher shop or a food co-op that focus on well raised local meats. But, I can’t always get to those places … Continue reading

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Fast Food

It’s been hot and crazy humid here the last few days, so I really haven’t felt like cooking. The other night I thought I didn’t have anything quick and easy to cook and was thinking I’d walk to one of … Continue reading

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A Hearty, Simple, and Local Lunch

Eating local, healthy, and hearty (gotta fuel those bike trips) doesn’t have to be a big deal, expensive, or anything complicated. This is a pretty typical lunch for me. The potatoes and onions were grown somewhere here in Wisconsin, I … Continue reading

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Chicken Stew

I’m a big fan of stews and braises as they’re cheap and easy to make and can be quite nutritious and flavorful. This chicken stew was made with half a bottle of cheap red wine, a fairly inexpensive “stewing hen” … Continue reading

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