Monthly Archives: March 2015


Beef Pepper Steak Subs

Sandwich steaks, a little thicker than shaved steaks, are killer on a home made sub roll tossed with fresh peppers and onion. Serve without the bread for a paleo option.


Pepper Steak Sandwiches with Old Fashioned Cabbage Slaw

This ain’t your Grandma’s cabbage slaw. Ok… Well, if Grandma’s legacy is that of being a fabulous cook then yes, yes it is. I was looking at the ingredients for “Dressing for Cabbage Slaw” in the “All Maine Cooking” book from the late 1960’s and was curious about the use […]


Meatless Monday – Sweet Potato Birthday Cupcakes 1

Today is a special day in the Buck house.  I can’t believe I’m saying this but my baby turned five today!  Hard to believe it was five years ago today that my smart, funny, sweet, spunky little handful entered this world.  He chose to have pasta for dinner tonight so […]


Sunday Dinners-Baked Eggs with Spinach and Tomato with Sweet Potato Hash

Lots of things are going on in the land of CSA 365! Yesterday, the Town of Westford voted to approve funds for the Westford Community Gardens, it is exciting to see things get underway.  There will be informational sessions at the Cameron Senior Center and the JV Fletcher Library on […]


Smothered Hamburgers 2

The onions are starting to take over the counter!  That must mean it’s time to caramelize them for smothered hamburgers.  Basically we make hamburgers from Springdell ground beef and smother them with shredded cheese, of course, and what ever other Springdell goodies we have around.  Tonight I started by caramelizing […]


Orange Hoisin Glazed Salmon with Bok Choy Salad

The directions are for both the salmon and the bok choy (stir- fry and salad version) to be made simultaneously so they are ready at the same time. Give it a solid read-through before attempting as this recipe moves quickly once started. As the whole thing takes only 10 minutes start to finish, you can cook your rice/noodles while prepping the other ingredients.


Orange Hoisin Glazed Salmon with Bok Choy Salad

It’s getting to be that time of year.  The rains are making all this snow look like it might actually melt before July!  As the drizzle drizzles, spring cleaning has become something I’m definitely starting to think about.  Maybe at some point I might actually even start it! This is […]


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