Cool Stuff – Fall

Chocolate Clumpkins

Fall is officially here, which means pumpkin every thing. With all of the recipes out there to make with the flesh of a pumpkin, we are gathering all of the seeds to create something extra special. This involves roasting pumpkin seeds to perfection and adding a bunch of delectable spices to create my Chocolate Clumpkins. These bad boys are very addictive, which makes them the perfect afternoon snack. You will […]

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Video: Farmer’s Cheese

I have several homemade cheese recipes on this website as well as in my latest book “Modern Pioneering.” Well, I thought I’d also show you how to make it on video, since we all learn so differently don’t we… Here is the recipe for this cheese in case you want to make it ASAP after watching this video: Homemade Farmers Cheese

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Venison Chili

I love a good chili recipe. Even with the weather warming up, there is something special about a hearty bowl of chili at a summer cookout. Plus, when you have a pot of chili on the stove, your whole house will smell amazing. As you can see, a delicious chili recipe takes just a few ingredients… But I promise it’s so worth it to go foraging into your pantry for […]

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Creamy Rice Pudding

Learn how to make my Creamy Rice Pudding recipe! It’s part of my #ModernPioneering YouTube Series which you can subscribe to for free. I think you’ll enjoy this easy, old fashioned, classic Rice Pudding because it is a one-pot-method and a comforting indulgence. I’d love to hear your feedback and learn how you like the Modern Pioneering series! I have several other delightful rice based recipes you may like also, […]

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Video: Rice Balls Stuffed with Fontina Cheese

I’m happy to share another installment of my free Modern Pioneering series. Have you subscribed yet? I think you’re going to love them and can’t wait to hear your feedback and learn how you like the recipes! These rice balls stuffed with fontina cheese are the perfect party snack. So simple to make yet so decadent.  Rice Balls Stuffed with Fontina Cheese:   Have you subscribed to my YouTube Channel? It’s free […]

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Video: Brown Rice Cornbread

Moist, sweet yellow cornbread or white cornbread that tastes like it’s straight from grandma’s kitchen. Today I am posting one of my Modern Pioneering video series for one of my favorite cornbread recipes, brown rice cornbread, straight from Grandma Pellegrini. I think you’re going to love it and can’t wait to hear your feedback on the video!  Video: Brown Rice Cornbread   Have you subscribed to my YouTube Channel? It’s […]

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Pheasant Confit

To “confit” something, is to cure it in salt and then cook it slowly in fat. It makes the meat buttery and fall off the bone. Is there anything that sounds more glorious than that? It is common to see it done with duck legs, and other muscular cuts of meat, but here I’ve done it with a slew of pheasant legs that I brought back from my women’s Adventure […]

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Duck Fried Rice

There are certain recipes that are so versatile, that they are a perfect place to incorporate your favorite meat, especially those extra scraps that you don’t know what to do with. One of my favorite such recipes is fried rice—full of bold flavor, spice and sweetness and a perfect base in which to incorporate duck, especially these wild ones that a friend of mine recently dropped into my freezer. If […]

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Quince Jelly

Do you know what a quince is? Have you ever tasted one? If you have, it was likely in a cooked form, quinces aren’t tasty raw. They are one of my favorite fruits. They become nice and pink when you cook them, a soothing glamorous pink. See these recipes to know what I mean. They start off green with a hint of yellow. Hard as a rock. And a strange fuzz […]

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Venison in Red Wine + Port Mushroom Sauce

Recently, I had a friend over for dinner. It was impromptu and she brought along some venison that her dad had hunted. We whipped up something that was quick and delicious, so I thought I’d share it with you since we’re all always looking for quick weekday meals. The best part is that this sauce can be used with so many different types of meat. Try a beef loin, pork […]

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