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Season 2, Episode 4 with Lulu Redder of Feral Woman Farm

Season 2, Episode 4 with Lulu Redder of Feral Woman Farm

Show Highlights How did you get into small scale farming? do you describe yourself as a farmer, homesteader, something else? Why are small scale farms important? I know you work with chickens and pigs, what else do you do? Lets talk chickens: Where do you […]

Homemade Teriyaki Sauce

Homemade Teriyaki Sauce

Teriyaki sauce. Rumor has it there are roots in the PNW with our Japanese friends who emigrated to this part of the USA. Not sure if true (may look it up later) but what I DO KNOW is that we love it. Quick memory of […]

The Roost Fried Chicken – Bozeman, MT

The Roost Fried Chicken – Bozeman, MT

Since the boys were small, I made it a point to take them to college campuses whenever we were traveling. The goal was to see them for myself (big PAC-10/12 and WCC guy), but also for them to “catch a vision” about what they may […]

Bok a Bok Fried Chicken

Bok a Bok Fried Chicken

I admit that I am apparently late to the party on this one. First, we really don’t eat out very much. It is expensive for us (5 kids plus two parents who ALL love eat) and we find it hard to find something worth the […]

Game Day Chicken Wings – 4 Ways

Game Day Chicken Wings – 4 Ways

I have probably been making semi decent wings for almost 20 years so I figure since I have made them enough, I can probably write about them. Maybe I passed some sort of test? I don’t really know. I do know though that there are […]

Chicken Tetrazini

Chicken Tetrazini

I have made this dish too many times I figure it is OK to call it my own. This is the go to dish when we need to feed a crowd, especially when kids are involved, yet when you are committed to stay classy. Need […]

Cast Iron Skillet Dinner – Chicken, Sausage, and Veg

Cast Iron Skillet Dinner – Chicken, Sausage, and Veg

When you are feeding a crew that ranges from 2-12 depending on a typical weeknight, the idea of a one pot dinner (or skillet, or crock, or dutch oven) has become a part of the weekly dinner line-up.  I suppose not everything tastes good together […]

Nate’s Wings and Waffles

Nate’s Wings and Waffles

My sons almost killed me. They were so excited with the “Dad, did you know that Nate Robinson opened a restaurant?” that I went for a visit…without them. Hey, I had some time to kill. I was over in West Seattle watching Jackson’s football team […]

BBQ Chicken Sandwiches

BBQ Chicken Sandwiches

There are so many reasons to make or buy a whole, quality chicken. The ones they sell under the hot lamps near the check-out at your local supermarket are crap. The ones they sell for around $5 at Costco aren’t a ton better but in […]

How to Roast a Chicken Paralysis-Free

How to Roast a Chicken Paralysis-Free

Roasting a whole chicken is one of life’s great pleasures that seems to slipping into a lost art as grocers scurry to keep roasted/rotisserie chickens under their warmers for quick grabs as parents struggle to figure out something healthy and “semi homemade” to feed their […]