Whew Wednesday!

December 19, 2007 at 3:05 pm Leave a comment

Whew, we are finally done with the holiday basket filling, mailing, etc. thingie! Yippee!!! I was beginning to dream about gift baskets in what little sleep I’ve been getting. We’ve got one more market this Saturday and then we’ll officially take a break from Herb’n Renewal for a few days. Believe me, we both need it.

Today is a get ready for Saturday market day so not much excitement today…just loads of printing labels, packing and loading into to crates for the trip to Lexington. Normally we do this on Thursday and Friday but we’re on a roll so we’re not gonna stop!

Drew fixed a great big “Sunday” breakfast today and now I really need a nap! HaHa! No time for napping today. Just thought I would share his wonderful Cowboy Fried Taters recipe with you before I head out to the shop…they are yummy!


Cowboy Fried Taters

¼ cup vegetable oil

2 lb. white potatoes, cubed 1/2”

3 carrots, cubed 1/2”

2 tbsp. Herb’n Cowboy

1 cup onion, diced

¾ cup green peppers, diced

In a large skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add potatoes and carrots, give them a stir and then cover. Cook for approximately 20 minutes or until fork tender. Give them an occasional stir and flip! Remove cover and stir in the Herb’n Cowboy, onions and peppers. Continue cooking for an addtional 10-15 minutes. Don’t forget to give them an occasional stir and flip!

You can speed up the recipe by par boiling the potatoes and carrots until fork tender. Drain and cool them a bit continuing with the recipe.

Hope you all have a wonderful day and hope to see you all Saturday at the Lexington Farmers’ Market in Victorian Square! 🙂

P.S. Happy Birthday mom…I miss you.




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We survived the casserole! Final Market Saturday!

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