My garden is composed of all organic and heirloom variety plants. The few veggies, eggs and the meats I buy are organic, pasture raised and or grass fed. I feel this is the most ethical and nutritious choice for my family and the planet.
I DO NOT plant or buy anything genetically modified.
1 cup greek yogurt 2 cups fresh pureed pineapple 1 1/4 cups coconut milk 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons white sugar Toast coconut for topping
Beef Wellington came out over cooked, it still tasted good. The problem was I did individual filets and didn’t cut the cook time down enough. Lesson learned!I served it with roasted butternut squash and sautéed spinach. I prefer my steak med/rare, so next time I will sear just slightly first. Then cook 10/10 minutes instead of 10/15. I followed this recipe minus the pate. http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/beef-wellington/Detail.aspx
I always try to buy organic, wild or sustainable raised food. I would love to have my own garden but we don’t have the real estate for it. I do however have a little herb garden window planter. :).
I never use artificial color or flavor in my baking/cooking. Take a look at what “regular” food coloring is made from… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_coloring Whole foods sells natural colors for about $13 sounds expensive compared to the “regular stuff” at about $3 but it’s a small price to pay for good health. Remember to refrigerate the good (natural) stuff. Or you can always make your own with berry juice.
I was 32 when I started cooking; up until then, I just ate.” — Julia Child, celebrity chef and cookbook author
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