Harvest Eating Podcast
The Harvest Eating podcast is devoted to sharing my love of food, family and much more. I talk about recipes, cooking methods, different dietary regimens I have tried.

On today’s show I will discuss winter squash, the wonderful “fruit” that if grown and cured properly can last many, many months in storage making winter squash some of the most beneficial crops to grow on your homestead, farm, or home garden.

I have limited experience growing winter squash but hope I can learn to get a bountiful harvest in the years to come.

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Direct download: 442.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:42pm EDT

Today I am speaking about another great one-pot meal, arroz con pollo. In Latin America, this is a staple dish that is as common as spaghetti and meatballs stateside! Most Latin cooks will put their own twist on this dish but you can be sure it will contain some similarities; one being the use of soffrito, a simple seasoning mix of onion, garlic, cumin, peppers, cilantro that is found commonly in the refrigerators in the kitchens of Latin cooks.

The best chicken for this is bone-in skin on, thighs, wings, and drumsticks. The recipe is simple and takes about 30 minutes to get the whole thing in the oven. You will need a few ingredients you may not have, one being Goya Saizon….a packet seasoning mix that brings much flavor and color. If I left it out I’d get some serious hate mail, so I am using it! You can find it on Amazon, see the link above, or in most grocery stores in the International section where Goya products are found.

I love adding pimento-stuffed green olives that I slice and toss in this dish, they bring a nice briney flavor that adds another dimension and helps to cut the heaviness of this dish. Peas are usually added at the end but I forgot to add them! The recipe is below-!

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Direct download: 0101_080534.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:20am EDT

Each year in late summer I usually make corn chowder. Some years I make it thick, some years I make it smooth, this year I made it using some chile peppers and bacon. This soup is best with fresh corn and I always use NON-GMO sweet corn. You can use canned corn but it will be slightly less flavorful. By all means, if you‘re reading this in January, just used canned corn…not a problem.

In this version, I used some Jalapeno and poblano peppers, which really added a nice “grassy” flavor plus a tiny bit of heat. I like to garnish with Cotija cheese and cilantro.

Direct download: 440.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:16pm EDT

So here is episode #439 that I had chosen not to post but I have heard from many of you saying you want the personal update on the Cape Cod trip...so, here it is. After the update this is the same episode as the 439 meatball episode that proceeds this one...so, you only need to listen to this if you want to hear about Cape Cod.

 

Direct download: 439-meatballs.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:20pm EDT