This recipe was suggested by my dear friend and fellow rabbiteer, Jo Taylor. We made several alterations to the original recipe including made it a crockpot meal. It was so worth it! I love how amazing the meat is despite the really simple ingredients and almost no hands-on time. If you've thought about trying rabbit, this is the recipe I would suggest you start with.
Our farm has six different varieties of mint growing. Each one has it's own unique flavor. Mojitos are an easy way to showcase them. This perfect summer drink works for a brunch or cook-out. Enjoy it with all the different mint varieties.
This dip is a hit at gatherings and super easy to make. With only five ingredients, you can have this ready in no time. Which is good because it will not last long. I'm sorry about the picture. I forgot to take a picture when I first set it out and this was all that was left after Vendy's birthday party.
When you want a simple salad of fresh vegetables to really pop, this is your dressing. You can use simple greens, strawberry and feta, or chopped veggies. This also makes a great marinade for grilled chicken. It is so simple but tastes like you spent a fortune on it. It's also great in a grain bowl.
Get ready to fill your belly with this warm, satisfying, and easy soup. This is a family tradition from way back. You will not be disappointed.
This is my holiday offering at every covered dish. The recipe makes two pies so you are prepared for two events. It's also pretty impressive with a little whipped cream foamed on top. You can also use your own pumpkin puree instead of canned.
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