With the Thanksgiving holiday here, I thought you might enjoy some different ideas for using the dinner leftovers. I am giving you a choice of a casserole dish, a salad and a soup, all using leftover turkey. The soup also includes leftover mashed potatoes. They are all popular choices I hav…
Thanksgiving is next week, and I am providing recipes you may want to include in your holiday meal plans. The pumpkin bread is moist, has a great flavor, and would make great dinner rolls. I have made it up as a loaf and also as cinnamon rolls. The chopped pecans add a special crunch to the …
In last Wednesday’s column, I provided directions for canning your elk or venison. This week, I am sharing a popular wild game recipe I have used frequently in demonstrations I have done, that is easy to put together in your slow cooker. If you do not have the wild game, substitute a beef roast.
If you are one of the fortunate ones who have bagged their deer, elk or other wild game animals this fall, you may be looking for ways to prepare the meat. Canning the meat for later use is an option you may consider.
Halloween is this week, and pumpkins are a big part of that.
A reader has requested recipes for use in a slow cooker, so dinner can be ready when you arrive home from work. To save prep time in the morning, both of these can be prepared the evening before, placed in the slow cooker liner, and the liner covered and kept refrigerated overnight. In the …
Saturday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., plan to visit the “Local Producer Fair” at Good Earth Market, meet the local producers, taste some of their products and celebrate the harvest. By supporting your local farmers and producers, your food is fresher, you know where your food is coming …
October is national pork month, so I thought it would be a good time to provide a couple of new recipes for you to try using this versatile and popular meat choice.
A time-saving appliance that most people have, but fail to use to its potential, is the microwave. When you are cooking for 1 or 2 people, if you are trying to save time or energy or if you don’t want to turn on the oven for a small amount of food, why not use the microwave? Microwaves have …
September is here, but there is still time to take advantage of produce at the Farmers Market, fruit from your garden or sales on fruit in the grocery stores.
I had a request from a reader for recipes that would be great for tailgating. Since the football season is now upon us, I thought this would be a good time to try to fill that request. I hope you will find these recipes I have selected ones that you and your friends will enjoy.
When we think about prolific vegetables in the garden, zucchini, a summer squash, comes to the top of the list. The mild flavor of this vegetable makes it easy to use in a variety of ways; we just need to be creative.
Welcome to the birth of a new recipe/cooking column for the Billings Gazette. I would like this column to belong to the readers. Therefore, I am asking for your input and suggestions as to what you would like to see in the column. Since Joyce Michels’ column was so popular using a selection …
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When you think of trout, you think of fly fishing in Montana.
Think of hamburger, and what comes to mind for you?
Juicy, ripe tomatoes, what is there not to love and enjoy?
Nancy Sasse enjoys working with beginning quilters.
The Rev. Will Sappington, pastor of Peace Lutheran Church in Billings, and church member Bernie Mason stock a pantry in the church in August with food supplies for individuals and families in need.
A pantry in the hallway at Peace Lutheran Church is making life a little easier for people who struggle to put food on their table.