Freeze Your Summer Vegetables

Freeze Your Summer Vegetables

When you have a garden or are part of a CSA you tend to get a lot of vegetables in at once.  If you can't use them all right away, it is a good idea to save them for later in the year when fresh vegetables aren't as easy to come by. If you have the freezer space, freezing your veggies is a fast and easy way to save some of those summer flavors for the colder months. Some vegetables get mushy or soft after they are frozen and thawed,…

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Making Pulled Pork In An Apartment (Sous Vide Pork Shoulder)

Making Pulled Pork in an Apartment (Sous Vide Pork Shoulder)

One of the things I dislike about living in an apartment is not being able to use my smoker. Thankfully I can still make some decent BBQ indoors, even if it takes a full 24 hours. It is worth the wait. The key is using a sous vide, liquid smoke, and sodium nitrate. J Kenji Lopez-Alt over at The Food Lab did the heavy lifting on figuring this out. His method is what I use, so go over and check it out. Tips: If you want it for dinner, start…

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What I’m Doing With My CSA Shares: Weeks 3 And 4

What I’m Doing With My CSA Shares: Weeks 3 and 4

I took photos of the last two weeks of CSA shares we received, but took my time in getting around to posting them due to some fly fishing, hiking, and an uptick in work. The wait is over. Week 3 Lettuces - We chopped up both lettuces for salads. We are doing the Whole 30 again this month, so we’ve been eating a lot of salads for lunch. Kale - We chopped up the kale and combined it with week 4’s rainbow chard and sautéed it all up with bacon,…

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