Cool Stuff – Spring

7-Herb Frittata and Upcycled Flower Styling

In this episode of my free Modern Pioneering series, I have a nifty idea you can use for an easy brunch and an upcycled table centerpiece. 7-Herb Frittata and Upcycled Flower Styling are two ways to use eggs. You’ll never want to throw out your eggshells again with these upcycled flower vases. If you’re into eggshell tricks, be sure not to miss this other one on eggshell seedling containers. And […]

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Video: Homemade Bacon Salt

Bacon and salt equals… bacon salt! This is the perfect condiment to have in your refrigerator for a rainy day! Put it in your eggs for breakfast, sprinkle over sliced tomatoes, toss it in a salad, or add a little extra somethin’ somethin’ to your steak. You know you want to.  Homemade Bacon Salt:   What did you think of this video? Have you subscribed to my YouTube Channel? It’s free […]

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Video: Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice + Red Quinoa

Men! Now you can’t say that I’m always leaving you out. Watch: “Georgia Pellegrini’s Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less with minimal clean up. Watch the latest one today for: *Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice and Red Quinoa* A special thanks to our sponsor Riceland Foods​. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your app store to watch the videos while […]

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Video: Beef Burrito with Pico de Gallo Riceland Rice

Introducing my “Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes that you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less, with minimal clean up. Since I do a lot of workshops with the ladies, we decided it was time to teach a series just for the guys. Enjoy and share! A special thanks to our sponsor Riceland Foods​. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your app store for an […]

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Skillet Roasted Artichokes

If you ever want to prepare a simple side dish, I have just the recipe for you. These Skillet Roasted Artichokes require only six ingredients, and they are a breeze to prep for baking.  The golden breadcrumb topping gives a nice crust to the juicy artichokes. For this recipe, you will need the following: 20 artichokes 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley 1/2 cup breadcrumbs 1/4 cup […]

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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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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: 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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