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Dark Days: Week 15 – Roasted Chicken w/Roasted Butternut Squash

Still cooking for the Dark Days Challenge.  Technically we go to the end of March, but it will take a few weeks into April to finish with the Breakfast Challenge and final recaps. This week there is no mini-challenge, just … Continue reading

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Dark Days Meal: Week 12 – Tower of Yum

Not only was this meal YUMMY, but my mom would say it is “colorful” too! The flavors all tied together with balsamic vinegar were amazing. I will make this “Tower of Yum” again. Ground Beef – Bandera Grasslands – 70 … Continue reading

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Dark Days: Week 10 – Valentine’s Sweets

We are onto our second challenge within the Dark Days Challenge. Valentine’s Day Sweets.  The objective is to try to use ingredients as local as possible to make some sweet treats leading up to Valentine’s Day. Sweet… right! Well, I … Continue reading

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Dark Days Meal Week 9: Meatloaf with Mashed Turnips

I was looking for a bit of comfort food this week. Meatloaf quickly came to mind and I knew I had everything that I needed to make it and it would also fit the bill for the Dark Days Challenge … Continue reading

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Dark Days Meal Week 8: Pumpkin and Roasted Squash Soup

This week is Soup/One Pot Meal Theme Week for the Dark Days Challenge. I decided to go with a soup. I am still trying to make space in our upright freezer for that 1/2 pig I haven’t picked up yet, … Continue reading

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Visit to Boggy Creek Farm in Austin, TX

As part of the Dark Days Challenge I realized I needed to step out of my box (and the garden out in our backyard) and serious check out some of the local resources in my area. Two weeks ago I … Continue reading

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