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Monday, October 20, 2014

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Homemade Ketchup and BBQ Sauce


Healthy Homemade Crock Pot Ketchup/BBQ Sauce (NO PROCESSED WHITE SUGAR)

This recipe is absolutely delicious and tastes even better than processed Ketchup.
I emptied a bottle of ketchup, used a funnel to fill a bottle with my ketchup, then used the balance in the crock pot to make healthy BBQ sauce.

NEED:

1 (28 oz) can organic tomato puree (I try to by Eden brand for canned - it is BPA free)
2 small cans organic tomato paste
1 small onion, chopped
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar (use good quality such as Braggs)
3 tablespoons raw, organic honey
1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon ground red pepper
sea salt to taste
fresh ground black pepper to taste

Instructions

Place all ingredients into medium sized crock pot. Stir well. Cover and turn on high for 2 - 2 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the lid and puree with an immersion blender, or use a food processor to blend until smooth. Cook in crock pot for another ½ hour or so, until thick in consistency.
Cool and transfer to storage container, leaving about 1 - 1 ½ cups in the crock pot.


Healthy Homemade BBQ Sauce

Ingredients

Remaining ketchup in crock pot (1 - 1 ½ cups)
1 can organic tomato paste
1 cup organic apple cider or apple juice
2 tablespoons organic molasses
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
1 tablespoon raw, organic honey
1 tablespoon maple syrup
2 tablespoons, dry yellow mustard
¼ teaspoon cayenne papper
Ground black pepper to taste
1 tablespoon chili powder

Instructions

Place all ingredients in crock pot, stir well. Cover and cook on high for about 1 hour. Stir well, adjust taste as needed. Cook for another ½ to 1 hour with lid off until sauce thickens.
Pour into storage container. The best BBQ Sauce you have ever had and it is all healthy!


Sunday, October 19, 2014

Rabbit In The Crockpot

Braised rabbit New Brunswick stew, one of the most well known and most celebrated dinner items, is easy to prepare and full of flavor. Slow cooking the tender meat from a rabbit is probably the best way to bring about the natural flavors and aromas of this dish, and combined with very carefully selected, complimentary ingredients, this dish is one of the healthiest and most delicious entree.

NEED:

1 sm Rabbit; (1 to 2 lb.)
1/2 ts Basil;chopped
1/2 ts Chervil; chopped
1/2 ts Lemon thyme; chopped
Salt and pepper; to taste
2 tb Butter; clarified
1 Red onion; pared, halved
 1 Carrot; chopped
 1 Celery rib;chopped
 2 Red potatoes; cut in quarter
1 qt chicken stock
4 oz Lima beans

Preparing the braised rabbit New Brunswick stew:
Remove the hind legs and thigh bones from the rabbit. This makes rabbit meat pieces the perfect size for simmering and to fit into the slow cooker. Combine herbs by sprinkling generously over rabbit meat and season folds with salt and pepper.
Trim off belly and front legs, place pieces around buttered onions, carrots and other vegetable ingredients. Rabbit loin, potatoes, stock and lima beans sit on top of other ingredients, to ensure slow cooking process cooks smaller pieces uniformly on top of larger ones, with precise timing. Set it on medium heat for 6-9 hours, or until ingredients form thick, gravy-like consistency. Slow cooker will simmer ingredients together, and rabbit meat's rich flavors and intense aromas will infuse with the rest of vegetable ingredients and spices to result in a perfect combination. Slow cooking rabbit meat also maximizes texture and tenderness for the best possible flavor.
To serve braised rabbit New Brunswick stew:
Remove any leftover bones from rabbit loin, reserving warm meat at the bottom of each bowl. Arrange celery, carrots and thigh pieces on platter, arranging potatoes and other ingredients left in the cooker between rows of meat.
Pour warm stock over all ingredients; serve steaming hot with fresh corn bread.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Budget101.com - - DIY Flower Pot Heater | Emergency Heater | Homemade Heater

Budget101.com - - DIY Flower Pot Heater | Emergency Heater | Homemade Heater



Now, just to find clay flower pots, which I cannot find anywhere in my small town. Even last Spring all the local stores had were the plastic ones that look like the clay! 

What are the symptoms of Ebola? - WDRB 41 Louisville News

What are the symptoms of Ebola? - WDRB 41 Louisville News



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