Cock-A-Leekie Soup-open flame

I’m doing this recipe separate, in case someone would like to just make a very nice 18th century or BBQ/campfire soup for dinner. This was made for the evening meal, after brunch, of my time traveler birthday meal (breakfast). This is one of my all time favorite soups: Cock-A-Leekie (Leeky). I have been making this soup for many years, having learned it from Salamala the … Continue reading Cock-A-Leekie Soup-open flame

Beef Stroganoff

As with any meal, other than one pot dumping, there is some prep needed. If you need to get this together before you head out the door, I suggest just slicing everything & pouring it into the slow cooker. Unless you either prep the night before or get pre-cut packaged stuff. Certainly don’t try to take pictures while you put it together (if you’re in … Continue reading Beef Stroganoff

Pressured Corned Beef & Cabbage

Now, similar to cooking more tough cuts of meat (beef), corned beef isn’t the most tender of cuts, & needs a little more time to cook well, even in the pressure cooker. Though it doesn’t always happen, I too, like just dumping everything in & coming back to a finished meal. I cook for other people every day, & unless I’m entertaining or am leaning … Continue reading Pressured Corned Beef & Cabbage