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  • Date Syrup & Paste - make your own date sweetener

    Make your own, healthier sugar alternative Dates have been cultivated in the Middle East and the Indus Valley for thousands of years. There is archaeological evidence of date cultivation in Arabia from the 6th millennium BC. The Date Palm was essential for the people in those regions, who made much use of it – and not just the fruits. The leaves were made into baskets, mats, brooms, and ropes. The trunks were used to build structures, the sap was fermented into wine, and the fruit was eaten. Dates are not 'just' an alternative sugar substitute! They are packed with plenty of nutrients, which make them perfect for adding to our diets. If you enjoy them in moderation (like everything sweet) they can help enhance your metabolism and give you an energy boost. 100g of dates have about 100 calories less than the same amount of industrial sugar! On top of that, they contain a good amount of fibre and that causes the blood sugar level to rise slower than the industrial one. So how to make your own date sweetener and turn dates into paste and syrup? How do you use your dates?

  • Zucchini galore......what to do with the abundance

    Let me show you what I do: Every summer I can barely wait for ZUCCHINI abundance time. Some of you will probably call me nuts...lol. But Zucchini is such a versatile vegetable....or is it? Well, Zucchini is a fruit which masquerades as a vegetable! Now you may ask what is the difference between fruit and vegetable? It is fairly easy to differentiate them: Botanically spoken: it is the part of the plant they come from. The fruit develops from the flower of a plant and contains seeds. Vegetables are growing on other parts of the plant, such as roots, stems, and leaves. In the kitchen, we tend to separate them by taste and uses: “Vegetables” are generally used in savoury dishes as main or side dishes. Whereas fruits have more sweet and/or tart flavour and are used in desserts, jams, snacks or juices. But sometimes even that is interchangeable ;-) Back to our Zucchini Abundance: I am sure that lots of you know and make sweet and savoury dishes with Zucchini, such as Zucchini Bread (sweet) and Zucchini as a savoury side. Does anyone of you use them in any other way (besides chicken food for winter)? For the past 2 years, I started to pickle them and both my men complained that I haven’t put up enough! So this year I will make ‘tons’ of our BBQ Zucchini pickle with our Garlic Bread Seasoning! They can be pickled just like any cucumber pickle you like! But I will also sprinkle prepared zucchini bits and pieces with a variety of our salt-free spice blends and dehydrate them into crunchy, savoury and healthy chips (I am sure kids will love them!). And last but not least I will crush some of them into breadcrumb size bits and use them instead of breadcrumbs. Dehydrated zucchini, just plain, will be blended into a powderlike consistency to stretch my flour for baking (think zucchini bread). But the powder can also be used in shakes, smoothies and ice creams! Here is a little video for your inspiration: Zucchini galore......what to do with the abundance What are you making with your Zucchini?

  • Versatille Pepper Jellies

    Traditionally, red and green pepper jellies are served at Christmas time with cream cheese and crackers. And that is an absolutely awesome counterbalance to all the sweetness of cookies, cakes and other sweet goodies! As well as a nice appetizer for Christmas parties. But there are so many more ways to enjoy pepper jellies throughout the year! And so many more varieties! Here are some of our favourite uses for the rest of the year: You can find the Pepper Jellies we offer right HERE glaze for meat and game: after you have browned the meat well from all sides, 10 minutes before the meat is done, spread the pepper jelly of your choice on the meat and let it caramelize. You’ll have a new and flavourful taste of your roasts rub it on your steak short before it is done on the BBQ and here we suggest any hot pepper jellies. spread it on chicken breast and then 10 minutes before they are done pour some cream on top. We suggest Orange Pepper Jelly with Garlic or Yellow Pepper Jelly with Ginger for a salad dressing combine a little cream and a pepper jelly of your choice, and a little salt and pepper to taste as a dip made of sour cream, mayo and your favourite pepper jelly marinade meat in a mix of your favourite pepper jelly in stir-fries burgers and wraps Wraps Burgers Ribs Tacos coat bacon with Jalapeno Pepper Jelly and place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake at 180° C flip after about 10 minutes and bake until crisp tacos and ribs blend it into your frozen margaritas, here especially the Red Pepper Jelly with Chili use it as a topping for vanilla ice cream, we love the Wheels of Fire with it w spice up your peanut butter and jelly sandwich with Peppery Pear phyllo pastry tarts appetizer on savoury thumbprint cookies, we recommend our “Traffic Light” Pepper Jellies: Red Pepper Jelly with Chili, Yellow Pepper Jelly with Ginger and Green Pepper Jelly with golden Tequila pinwheel appetizer made with a tortilla wrap and cream cheese mixed with any kind of the pepper jellies top a baked brie with it and serve with french bread dip chicken fingers, wings and tenders into warmed pepper jelly There is no end to the possible uses! Let us know your ideas and we will add them to the list!

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  • Orange Drizzle Loaf | Triple H Homestead

    < Back Orange Drizzle Loaf Prep Time: 55 Minutes Cook Time: 25 Minutes Serves: 5 Servings Level: Beginner About the Recipe This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. Want to view and manage all your collections? Click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Here, you can make changes to your content, add new fields, create dynamic pages and more. Your collection is already set up for you with fields and content. Add your own content or import it from a CSV file. Add fields for any type of content you want to display, such as rich text, images, and videos. Be sure to click Sync after making changes in a collection, so visitors can see your newest content on your live site. Ingredients ingredient 1 ingredient 2 ingredient 3 ingredient 4 ingredient 5 ingredient 6 ingredient 7 ingredient 8 Preparation Step 1 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 2 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 3 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 4 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Previous Next

  • Morning Frittata | Triple H Homestead

    < Back Morning Frittata Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cook Time: 20 - 25 minutes Serves: 8 Servings Level: Intermediate About the Recipe ​ Ingredients 9farm fresh eggs from free ranged chicken 1/3 cup milk of choice, unsweetened 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 lemon, zest from organic, unsprayed lemons 1/2 medium red onion, sliced 4 oz. soft goat cheese, reserve some for topping 10. oz heirloom cherry tomatoes, halved 1/4 cup fresh basil, torn 3 tablespoons fresh dill, roughly chopped Sea salt to taste Freshly ground pepper 2 tablespoons Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Preparation Preheat oven to 425 degrees. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, lemon zestand garlic. Stirr in red onion, cherry tomatoes, goatcheese, dill and basil. Season with sea salt andfreshly ground pepper to taste. Using a 10-12 inch pyrex or cast iron skillet, greasethe pan with olive oil. Pour the mixture into the panand top with dollops of goat cheese. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until puffy and cooked allthe way through. Let cool for 5-10 minutes before serving. Previous Next

  • Blueberry Cheesecake | Triple H Homestead

    < Back Blueberry Cheesecake Prep Time: 15 Minutes Cook Time: 45 Minutes Serves: 4 Servings Level: Intermediate About the Recipe This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. Want to view and manage all your collections? Click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Here, you can make changes to your content, add new fields, create dynamic pages and more. Your collection is already set up for you with fields and content. Add your own content or import it from a CSV file. Add fields for any type of content you want to display, such as rich text, images, and videos. Be sure to click Sync after making changes in a collection, so visitors can see your newest content on your live site. Ingredients ingredient 1 ingredient 2 ingredient 3 ingredient 4 ingredient 5 ingredient 6 ingredient 7 ingredient 8 Preparation Step 1 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 2 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 3 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Step 4 This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. To manage all your collections, click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Previous Next

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