From around the Internets

You guys, I’ve been cooking. Like, a lot.

Which is half way to cooking AND taking beautiful photos. So there.

We were loaded up on tomatillos from our crop share and I wanted to make something besides salsa. The Internets brought me to a this recipe – Pork and Tomatillo Stew – from Food & Wine. I added a little sour cream and lime juice to the top and served it with corn tortillas. This meal would make our Top 10 if we had one.

Also to use up crop share deliciousness, we made kale chips. Easiest recipe ever: Remove kale leaves from stems, toss in olive oil and your favorite spices and bake in a 350 degree oven for about 15 or 20 minutes. Better than potato chips, I promise.

I can’t not mention the Bolognese Sauce from the Pioneer Woman blog. This is now our go-to sauce; we have made it many times. Sometimes I use veal and add peppers, sometimes I make the recipe as is. The true key is the carrots. Do not skip the carrots.

I’ve never been a huge cabbage fan so this Un-Stuffed Cabbage Soup recipe was an awesome find. The cabbage cooked down perfectly and the meatballs were amazing. I don’t know why, but I’d never had meatballs with rice in them. And now I’m making them left and right. I even made some freezer meals. Look at me go.

And that’s today’s tour of the Internet.


Categories: CSA, Dang veggies, Made it, Meal planning, Meat. YUM.

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