We just love Trout Lake Farmer’s Market, Vancouver BC. Our recipe from today’s haul features many local food businesses. The rough eye fillet is from freshofftheboat.ca, the lychees are from our local Chinese farm stand (we just love lychee season!), the butter in the buerre rouge is from a local artisan dairy out in Chillawack — Farm House Cheeses and is incredibly yellow — out at the farm, behind their shop (see image below) their cows enjoy large fields of grass under the mountains. Strawberries in the salad are of course local as well. My own balcony-grown arugala is also featured 🙂 (By the way this dish is absolutely divine and remarkably quick and easy to make.)
Pan-Seared Rough Eye with Coconut Water and Rooibos Buerre Rouge
June 8th, 2013 | GAPS/SCD, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Paleo, Recipes, Salads, Sauces, Seafood, arugala, buerre rouge, butter, coconut water, fish, local, rooibos, strawberries
Niter Kibbeh – Ethiopian Spiced Butter
December 11th, 2012
This delicious spiced clarified butter is amazing with eggs, popcorn, sauted vegetables of all sorts, lentils, kitfo, on toast, mashed potatoes, hash browns -- pretty much anything. All the spices make it a powerful antioxidant as an added bonus. There are many ways to spell niter kibbeh -- I ha ...
Use Butter Generously
November 19th, 2010
I recently found this in a cookbook compilation from my mother-in-law. I like to collect old community cookbooks from around the turn of the century and my mother-in-law loves to hang out in thrift shops looking for forgotten goodies, so she often finds me great stuff. I usually find really nour ...
Medical Marijuana Butter-Leaf Flour
April 20th, 2010
This recipe is developed from Nina's Basic Medical Marijuana Recipe and can be used by people on the GAPs, SCD or other low-carb, no-grain diets. This method creates a marijuana flour which can be substituted for regular wheat flour in any of your favorite recipes. Using a coffee or spice grind ...
April 20th, 2009
Variations on this recipe have been around for a while. Basically, keep the temperature of the infusion low. Keep an eye on your butter to make sure it doesn't boil. If it gets too hot, add an ice cube or cold water to cool it down. Stir it every so often to make sure it isn't burning. Use organi ...
Old Fashioned Hot Buttered Rum
June 28th, 2007
1 c brown sugar 1 c boiling water 3 qt cider 1 qt Jamaican rum ¼ lb melted butter cinnamon Method: Dissolve brown sugar in boiling water. Add cider and bring to a boil. Add rum, stir thoroughly. Add butter. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Serve hot. ...
Honey-Butter Hard Sauce
June 19th, 2007
Makes about 1 cup 1/2 c butter 1/3 c honey lemon juice to taste Method: Cream the butter. Gradually beat in the honey. Add the lemon juice slowly and blend until smooth. Brandy-Honey Hard Sauce: Brandy can be added instead of lemon juice. But add it very slowly. Use more th ...
June 1st, 2007
Notes from a Seminar conducted by Sally Fallon author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats Auckland, New Zealand, Feb 2003 Traditional Diets generally: Used no refined and denatured foods Contained some sort of an ...