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@misteravenkitchenaide is dope. My moms had one that they have used pretty much everyday for 30+ years. It’s not a commercial one, just very well made. We got one when we got married and it’s been a work horse. Few things you buy these days last, and I hope this isn’t one that they tweak the formula on to make it cheaper. 

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Fresh raspberries, blackberries, blueberries (mostly) from the garden and a very simple, old school recipe for Dutch Baby Pancakes using fresh duck eggs from our flock as the base and cooked in the oven in a cast iron skillet.

 

Coated in fresh butter and powdered sugar.

 

(Ducks RIP a few weeks ago after a grizzly ate them so no more duck eggs until next spring when we get new ones).

 

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Few from the last month or so.. Pork belly cooked on kamado rotisserie, whole lamb on the spit, seafood paella and fresh caught fish curry

Looking at all that good american BBQ food up there is inspiring me to get the Weber out and get grilling again now, its been a while

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Fresh heirloom arugula, red kale and scarlet lettuce from the garden, fresh ground black pepper, fresh ground Mediterranean Sea salt, organic extra virgin olive oil, balsamic glaze from Modena, aged shredded parmesan cheese, topped with local Montana beef cooked medium rare in butter and seared on cast iron. 

 

Pretty typical summer meal for us. Tasty, healthy and quick. Satisfying, but still crisp and somewhat light. 

 

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