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Boneless Lamb Roasts

Easter is right around the corner.  Some of you have been asking for recipes for the boneless leg of lamb roasts we will have for Easter.  Cliff Seiler cooked one of the boneless leg of lamb roasts last year and he is sharing his technique. The butcher had a special on boneless leg of lamb roasts […]

Popcorn Balls

There is something about the cool weather that accompanies Fall that takes me back to my childhood.  We always enjoyed homemade Popcorn Balls.  Fall was always the perfect time to make this treat.  I hope you will indulge with me as I make a trip down Memory Lane.  Who knows, maybe this will start a […]

Thanksgiving is here

We celebrate Thanksgiving one day a year; However, we should remember to be thankful everyday. We have much to be thankful about. Thanks to all of you for the support you give us week after week and year after year. We wouldn’t be here without you and we are very grateful. I can’t write a […]

Semi-Boneless Leg of Lamb

Easter is this Sunday and many families will celebrate this Holiday with lamb. If some of you are trying this for the first time I wanted to give you some tips that have been passed on to me by customers that have been making lamb for many years. Roasted Semi-Boneless Leg of Lamb 6 to […]

Thanksgiving Turkey and stuffing

We are definitely on the countdown to Thanksgiving and the other holiday in December which shall not be mentioned yet. The weather has felt like spring so it is fair to say that Thanksgiving has come upon us suddenly this year. No need to fret. There is really little preparation that can be made until […]

Potato Salad–Butcher’s Wife style

Here we are ready to enter July. It is hard to believe the 4th is this coming week-end. It looks like the weather is going to cooperate. If you have time, this is an excellent potato salad recipe. If you are running out of time, I have your back. I have ordered in a great […]

T Day in 2

Well, how many of you are in a tizzy over the Thanksgiving Dinner?  I am really not.  I figured why stress out for 2 months or 2 weeks when you can get everything done and just stress for 2 days.  I just decided this morning to cook Thanksgiving Dinner at our house.  My sister wanted […]

Buffalo Chicken/Loaded Potato Casserole

This dish has a big name to live up to and believe me, it does!  I made this for the Butcher last week.  Those of you who know the Butcher know he does not do “hot” very well.  He got a little whiny when I told him “Frank’s Hot Sauce” was a part of the […]

Herbs and Spices

I had the nicest experience last Friday.  One of my customers came in.  She was excited that I was there.  She told me that she had brought something for me.  She proceeded to unload her car.   She had brought me 10 Sunflower plants, at least 28 flowers and last, but certainly not least, an […]

Spinach Salad

I went on a field trip yesterday to get the spinich and purple onions for my spinach salad.  There is a jewel of a fruit market at 3054 Greenwich Rd., Wadsworth, Ohio.  Acme Hill Farm Market is about 3 1/2 miles west of the center of Wadsworth.  I bought fresh produce and was delighted to […]