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How to Cook Spaghetti Squash

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: 09-28-2021, recipes, vegetarian

There are a few methods out there for how to cook spaghetti squash. In my opinion, halved and baked cut side down is the best method. Hands down.

Caprese Salad

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: recipe, vegetarian, 09-28-2021

Traditional Italian Salad? Delicious summer dish? Or simply a showcase to let your tomatoes shine? However you slice it, the Caprese salad is something you should be thinking about making. Tonight!

Pesto Spaghetti Squash

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Recipes, sides, Newsletter, vegetarian, 09-28-2021

A fun recipe that has us dreaming of summer. You don't have to make your own pesto, but it is so good when fresh.

Basic Red Pasta Sauce with Ground Beef

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Recipes, Ground Beef, ground pork, newsletter, 09-28-2021

A simple crowd-pleasing and versatile pasta sauce

Ham Potato and Broccoli Quiche

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, eggs, sausages, ham, video, newsletter, 09-28-2021

This is a fairly quick and easy meal that works great for breakfast through dinner. A real crowd pleaser, plan on feeding four with this recipe.

Tomato Basil Soup

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, vegetarian, 09-28-2021

This is a simple and amazing soup - it is SO worth making your own! This versatile recipe works with fresh or canned tomatoes and fresh or dried basil, making it easy to make any time of year.

Pork, Mushroom, & Tomato Pasta

Posted by Betsy McCann | Tags: pork, ground pork, pasta, mushroom, Recipes, 09-28-2021

This is an adaptation of the Pork Tenerelle recipe from the Silver Spoon cookbook. We love the recipes here as they are generally fairly simple and really highlight high-quality ingredients.


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Round steak stew/sauce with carrot, tomato and soy sauce

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, beef, stew, steak, 09-28-2021

This dish is a cross between a stew and beef with sauce. Consider adding potatoes or fried bread as a side. Don’t waste your time measuring anything with this one. I made up the amounts after the fact anyhow!