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October 28, 2015

winter bone broth salad

Post by tricycle acres

If you are trying to get more bone broth in your diet and are craving something lighter than soup or sauce or stew, this salad is perfect! Its base is brown basmati rice perfectly cooked in rich beef bone broth. The rice is then adorned with fall’s finest veggies; roasted beets, caramelized onions, kale, chard, […]

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October 27, 2015

smokey ham and potato soup

Post by tricycle acres

Kinda like a ham chowder I guess. This soup is dairy free and gluten free, silky and stick to your ribs. It’s not bogged down with heavy cream but it has a creaminess about it coming from the rich slow cooked bone broth and some pureed potatoes (use sweet potatoes for a paleo soup). You […]

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October 21, 2015

Humble Cabbage Soup

Post by tricycle acres

Oooh Please don’t let the name fool you, this soup is anything but boring. I first tasted this at the yellow deli, and has since become a favorite flavor of mine. I emulated the recipe pretty closely and just adore this hearty vegan fall soup! It actually remind me a lot of french onion soup. […]

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October 4, 2015

Caramelized Caraway Cabbage

Post by tricycle acres

This is the perfect side dish for an Easter ham or you’ll find it just dreamy atop potato pancakes! This takes no time at all to prepare and while it’s not actual sauerkraut, it has the sour element we all love from the real fermented stuff and some nice flavour components from the toasted caraway […]

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October 4, 2015

The Best Ginger Beef

Post by tricycle acres

This is the real deal my friends. If you are from Calgary you know what I am talking about when I say Ginger Beef, this is a homegrown Western Chinese classic, born in “cowtown” Alberta, this dish can be really hard to find all over the place. I don’t think I have actually eaten ginger […]

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October 3, 2015

Gluten Free Squash Fritters

Post by tricycle acres

In the event you are drowning in summer squash, this recipe is a great way to hide and and serve it to your family even after they have played the NO MORE ZUCCHINI CARD! Every one loves golden brown pockets of cheese + herb goodness, so much so no one will be the wiser if […]

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October 3, 2015

Doukhobor Borscht

Post by tricycle acres

Before moving to the Slocan Valley of BC, whenever I heard mention of borscht I immediately thought of beet soup, that bright deep pink concoction often served with a dollop of sour cream… which to be honest I avoided my whole life.  Well things are a little different out here in the valley. The Doukhobor […]

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October 3, 2015

Ox Tail Curry

Post by tricycle acres

I have eaten a good amount of ox tail curry in my life (love it), and since our pig-in-a-day snout to tail cookery and butchery experience I feel like my chef-y odd bit cookery skills are more honed than ever. When my friend brought be a bundle of ox tail bits I was pretty stoked […]

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October 3, 2015

Vegan Hot and Sour Soup

Post by tricycle acres

One of the things I miss most about city living is the delicious ethic food abundance! Back in my hometown of Calgary I miss Namskar my favorite Indian place, and Rea’s for Italian from scratch and the great service, Golden Bell for Pho, Borak for Turkish, and just about everywhere and anywhere in New York […]

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October 3, 2015

Garden Veggie Korma

Post by tricycle acres

Originally posted back in 2012 Look at this happy harvest! My first ever cauliflower (which I started from a wee seed indoors in the dark of winter) a stunning eggplant another first for this gardener, sunny tomatoes, hearty onions, garlic, sweet bell peppers, crazy hot peppers, and cilantro all cozied into a pot with a […]

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