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How to Make Curly Green Onion Garnish

How many times have you just pushed aside that little sprig of herb garnish the chef throws on? The garnish provides a little flair and color to a dish (and if I’m paying $24 for an entree, it better have flair). Thrifty Asians know better than to just flick off the garnish, we eat it! Carrot cut with Japanese vegetable …

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Ducklings learning to swim

  The great thing about living near a farm store is that I no longer need to have baby fowl delivered via postal service. The bad thing about living near a farm store is that I just cannot stay away. Last week, the kids and I snuck over there while Scott was out of town and brought this little guy …

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Vegetable Thai Curry Noodle Soup

We’ve been a little distracted for the past week, new babies, another new baby that is just learning how to waddle and getting quotes to build a new fence for animals (sheep! alpaca! bunnies!) Pretty soon, I’ll have to rebrand this site to be “Steamy Farmer” right?! So, dinners recently have been super quick-cooking meals and raiding my pantry/refrigerator for something …

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Chinese Sausage and Rice Recipe

My parents came to visit us last week, a pitstop on their way to a Transatlantic cruise and vacation. Normally, when they come visit, Mom will call a week before to get “my list” of things to bring – Asian foodstuffs that I can’t buy in my Florida markets but that she can find near her home in Las Vegas. …

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Ridiculously handsome duck

Hi. My name is Duckee Momo. I like to blog. I’m a ridiculously handsome duck. Do you want to read what I wrote? Are you suuuure?……….Okay, I’ll show you!   Oh yes, you read that right…..eat mor beef. Beef is yummy. Ducks are not. In addition to blogging, we can do other chores too, like picking kale from the garden. That’s my …

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Angry Birds

Our 10 hens are happy hens, they faithfully lay around 8 eggs per day and get to eat all the garden veggies they want. There are specific plants that I grow just for them, like my ginormous cabbage that produces leaves as big as a vampire’s appetite. Unfortunately, they also like my delicate lettuce leaves too, so we haven’t had …