Category Archives: cookery

Dilly Beans

I made these last week because I found a large bag of green beans at the grocer’s, marked down to about .40 a lb.  Of course, I had to toss enough that I actually payed closer to .60 a lb, and worked for three hours for nothing but 7 or 8 jars of dilly beans […]

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Dim Sum (Asian Style pork meat dumplings)

Read the whole post before you begin.  As with most foods, especially Asian style recipes, it really helps to set your equipment and ingredients out first. This recipe calls for Hoisin sauce, which I didn’t have, so I looked for some whole30 compliant recipes online.  This is what I came up with. Dumplings are time […]

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Home-made Hoisin Sauce

I need hoisin sauce and didn’t have any, I looked for some whole30 compliant recipes online- just to make it harder.=) This one uses sunbutter, so it’s good for those with nut allergies.  I don’t have sunbutter. This one has almond butter and honey in it, and I didn’t have either ingredient. Then I found […]

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Hawaiian Chicken

I left the pineapple and peppers out of mine (pictured here)- and forgot to take a good picture of the rest with all the ingredients before it was all bagged up and frozen. You don’t have to make a freezer meal of this, you can eat it right away. Ingredients: a pound of boneless chicken […]

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Walnut Broccoli Stir-fry

  On a hot day, you can do your cutting early in the day, put it in the fridge, and then have your meal cooked quickly in just a few more minutes than it takes a couple cups of water to boil at suppertime- so no overheating the kitchen. There are different ways to make […]

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