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“Riceland Duck Fried Rice Video”

Hey Y’all. I’m excited to share with you one of my favorite rice recipes that I made on the Riceland stage at the Wings Over the Prairie Festival. A mouthwatering recipe for Duck Fried Rice. Get more of my tasty Riceland rice recipes on Riceland.com: Cooking with Georgia Pellegrini For a printable recipe go here: Duck Fried Rice Pin It

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“Baked Apples Stuffed with KIND Healthy Grains Clusters”

I made a seriously delicious recipe over the weekend and you must make it immediately. Lately I’ve been experimenting with KIND Healthy Grains Clusters, which have five super grains in them, including quinoa, millet, and gluten free oats. I first started working with KIND products last year when they sponsored the gift bags at my Adventure Getaways. I had come across the brand often in airports in my busy travel […]

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“How to Defend Your Body Against Microbes”

Microbes. They are everywhere around you. Some are good and some are bad. The harmful microbes enter the body and cause bacteria, viruses or diseases. Our immune system sometimes needs a boost in order to fight off these microbes, keep us healthy, and to prevent us from getting sick. So if you start feeling ill, don’t reach for a bottle of over-the-counter drugs. Try an all-natural remedy instead. In fact, these […]

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“Indian Spiced Venison Stew”

For those of you who witnessed me butcher an axis deer in my last post, I decided to reward the brave with a little something special. My Indian Spiced Venison Stew recipe. Since axis deer come from the tropics of India, I included many Indian spices–such as garam masala–that pair perfectly with the venison. Not to mention, pan-frying all of the ingredients in coconut oil adds a richness and a unique flavor. Although this recipe has a […]

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“How to Skin a Deer”

A few years ago I posted step-by-step instructions on How to Skin a Pig. I was on a javelina hunt in west Texas and proved that javelina could be made to taste delicious. Today, I’m going to show you How to Skin a Deer (spoiler alert: it’s very similar, but we could all use a refresher.) I recently made a new friend here in Texas named Roy who is a […]

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“How to Make Mason Jar Lights”

“This is going to be very glamorous” my friend said as we started this project. We tried putting in a red light bulb, which was like going to an old pharmacy. It would also work well with an Edison light bulb. This is the simplest version, which relies on gravity to prevent the light bulb from touching the bottom of the jar. But if you want to secure the bulb […]

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“How to Make Homemade Candles”

The candles you buy in stores might look and smell pretty, but they also may contain harsh toxic chemicals, which could be bad for your health. On the bright side (no pun intended), I’m going to show you how simple it is to make an all-natural, homemade candle. Yes folks, the same process they used many years ago… And now, you’ll see just how easy this tutorial is and think, […]

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