Tag: pork

Cuizoo: feeding your wild animals

Gingered Pork Stir Fry

I know I speak about my grandmothers a lot here, and quite honestly I forget what I’ve said and what I haven’t said (and am entirely too lazy to go back and look).  But this recipe is another one courtesy of my mom’s mother, Grace.  And it serves as Cuizoo Arsenal meal #6. Grace is…
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Asian Pork and Sweet Corn Hash

Why is it that every stage of parenthood just seems to get harder?  Once they sleep through the night, they begin to move and roll and fall off things.  Once they don’t need to eat every two hours, they start protesting solid foods and stop eating altogether.  Once they can dress themselves, they start talking…
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Sprouted Wheat “Enchiladas”

This meal was one of those “fly by the seat of my pants” moments.  I have many of those.   It highlights one of those go-to ingredients that allow you to have a quick and easy family dinner:  tortillas or wraps.  With a few leftovers and a few simple ingredients, you are on your way…
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Make Your Own Asian Noodle Bowl

 “Make Your Own” anything is always a popular choice with kids.  And in my family of control freaks (the males) and perfectionists (the females), it is especially popular. (I should add that I am a perfectionist because a control freak sounds too negative.  Shut up.  I know they are essentially the same thing).   Anyway,…
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Grilled Pork, Mashed Potatoes with Chervil, Applesauce, and Sauteed Collards

My intent with the “Farmer’s Market Dinner” category is to highlight a meal made almost entirely with local ingredients.  Clearly this is a not a 100% promise, but more of an intent to use as many local ingredients as possible.  Tonight’s meal was made from local pork tenderloin sourced at my winter’s farmers market, mashed…
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Sauteed Pork Tenderloin with Shredded Brussel Sprouts and Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

This dinner was inspired by our winter farmer’s market.  It was made of entirely local ingredients in the middle of winter in Pennsylvania.  Many communities obviously don’t have winter markets, but I am fortunate enough to have both a winter farm share and a weekly winter market.  The choices are more limited — but I…
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