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14 great Chemical Free dry rubs and seasonings for outdoor cooking and more

Corn on the cob is available in some parts of this country now. So don't forget to use our Ultimate Salt Seasoning on it.
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Have you tried out Lavender Sea Salt Rub on New York Strip Steak, Veal Chops, Fish or more?  It is incredible and a must for cooking indoors or out.
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Arlene's Applewood Chipotle Rub is great on all kinds of meat and we love it on Grilled Salmon
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Arlene’s St. Louis Rib Rub is the ultimate in rib rubs. Order it now


Arlene’s Kansas City Dry Rub will make you the King or Queen of outdoor and indoor cooking.



Arlene’s Austin Steak Rub is the Ultimate of steak rubs and good on lots of things.



Arlene’s 18 Spice Chicken Rub You have not had chicken until you have it with this rub.


Arlene’s Habanero Mango Chicken Rub is a taste experience unto itself and your guests will be clamoring for more and more.  Place your order now 



Buffalo Wing Rub is easy to use and healthy as you just back your wings and serve with any additions.



Arlene’s Deep South Dry Rub Here at Home Farm Herbery we love to use Arlene’s Deep South Dry Rub on pork and that means whenever we BBQ pork ribs, chops or pork shoulder we create crispy links where the juice squirts out when you take a bite of meat that has been rubbed with Arlene’s Deep South Rub.


Arlene's Memphis Style BBQ Rib Rub The hallmark of a classic Memphis style BBQ is that the ribs are cooked for a long time until the meat becomes so tender that it practically falls off the bone.

Thanks for your purchases and remember all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children's Research 
Hospital. 


 
 

You can use carrot powder in Carrot cake, pudding, juice, stews, soup, orange food coloring, carrot soup or on anything you desire some carrot flavor.

Carrot Powder

Carrot Powder is also known as Dried Carrot Powder

Our Home Farm Herbery Carrot Powder is made from chemical free, carrots and has a sweet, subtle and pleasant taste and aroma.

You can use it in Carrot cake, pudding, juice, stews, soup, orange food coloring, carrot soup or on anything you desire some carrot flavor.

It is a great substitute for Carrots Diced, Spinach Powder, Tomato Powder, Beet Powder, Hibiscus Powder or Red Bell Peppers Dried

It is rumored that Carrot's high concentration of Vitamin A gave British Soldiers night vision during World War II.

1 oz sampler package is $4.95

2 oz package is $7.95

4 oz. package is $19.95

8 oz. package $29.95

16 oz package is $45.85

5 lbs $152.00

10 lbs. $229.00

50 lbs. $799.00

Buy now and receive free shipping and a free herb, herb blend, tea sampler or heirloom seed of our choice.

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.




 
 

How to make your own chemical free European Beer Mustard

Why consume condiments from a grocery store that contain texturizers, stabilizers, preservatives and refined sweeteners?  Why consume large amounts of high-fructose corn syrup when it is easy enough to make your own condiments?

Are we that busy or that careless about our family’s health?

At Home Farm Herbery we make beer mustard that is terrific and once in a while, just for variety we substitute some left over dry white wine, when there is some, for the beer.  Whenever you want to experiment you can substitute salt for fish sauce or lemon or lime juice for the vinegar and for those who want sweeter beer mustard just double or even triple the amount of honey.


Here is our recipe for Home Farm Herbery European Beer Mustard

Makes about 1 & ½ cups

Ingredients:




1/3 cup beer (brown ale, porter or stout)
½ cup white wine vinegar
2 gloves garlic minced or 1 teaspoon pure garlic powder  
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup (make sure either one you use are pure with not additives)

Directions:

In a bowl with a lid, stir all the ingredients together and set aside on your kitchen counter for a couple of days or in your refrigerator for a few days and simply forget about it for a time being.


When you are ready pour everything into a food processor and puree until smooth.  You can use it immediately and any leftover will store in the refrigerator for the next several months.

We use this with Bratwurst & Sauerkraut 

or we love it with healthy raw foods as a dip

How about making some as gifts?

Who can resist a cold glass of beer and homemade pretzels?



How about a good corned beef sandwich?



and last but not least Bratwurst and Sauerkraut
Happy and healthy eating begins when you just say NO to genetically altered foods.

Arlene Wright-Correll
 
 

Get a Free Pizza dough recipe card when you order our Original Blend Pizza Seasoning

Pizza Seasoning Mix (Original Blend)

At Home Farm Herbery we have successfully blended our organic and chemical free herbs to create an exact replica of a true Italian Pizza Seasoning.  You will love it!

We top our homemade pizzas with our homemade sauce using our homemade pizza dough recipe and often our own homemade mozzarella cheese. Then we sprinkle this wonderful blend we have created that has the taste and aroma of all the traditional pizza flavors blended into one wonderful taste sensation!


An added bonus is this blend goes well with any other Italian cooking so buy some today and keep it handy in your pantry. We often add some into the Italian meatballs when we make them.

The exact origins of pizza are unknown and a heatedly contested issue, although the United States often gets credit for the invention of pizza, however I do not personally believe it since I do not remember pizza popping up all over the US until after the GI’s returned home from WW II.

Hand Blended Ingredients: Onion, Red Bell Peppers, Green Bell Peppers, Fennel, Oregano, Garlic, Basil, Chives, Parsley, Thyme, Marjoram and Celery.

Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Salt Free and Vegan

1 oz resealable package $6.99
2 oz resealable package $10.99

Buy either size today with free shipping and a free, complimentary herb, herb blend,  tea sampler or heirloom seed of our choice with each order. Plus we will send you Arlene’s great and easy Pizza dough recipe at no additional charge. So buy now.

We thank you in advance as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.




 
 

Home Farm Herbery’s favorite recipes for Sweet Yellow Banana Peppers



You are getting ready to plant your garden and you are considering Sweet Yellow Banana Peppers and you look and at them and think what do I do with a bumper crop of Sweet Yellow Banana Peppers?  


Here are some of Home Farm Herbery’s favorite recipes.




Of course the obvious is to try canning your sweet yellow banana peppers.  Here is the typical pickling recipe for banana peppers. You can always add ingredients to customize it -- some people like to add jalapeno peppers for a kick of heat; some add garlic. Be creative.

First you'll wash about three pounds of peppers, and then remove the stem ends. Slice them into rings about a quarter inch thick. In a saucepan, bring 5 cups cider vinegar, 1 1/4 cups water, 5 tsps. canning salt, 2 tbsps. celery seed  , and 4 tbsps mustard seed to a boil. Put some dry celery and mustard seed 
 into the jars. Then fill up the jars with your peppers and cover with the boiling liquid. Can according to instructions.  We use them in salads, on burgers, sandwiches and more.



Since Banana peppers are tangy and sweet, so their flavor mixes well with cheese and other toppings; think cured meat or a green leafy vegetable, like spinach or arugula. Here's a quick recipe: Make your own pizza dough and sauce (or buy some at the grocery store). Roll out your dough, leaving a border around the edge for your crust. Ladle on a thin layer of sauce, spreading it around with the back of the ladle. Sprinkle on grated mozzarella cheese. Next, place a layer of torn arugula leaves on the pie. Top with small sliced pieces of cured Italian salami or pepperoni. Top the whole thing off with sliced rings of banana peppers. Bake on a baking sheet for 20 to 25 minutes at 450 degrees.  I bake on a stone so I only bake for 10-12 minutes. Top with grated parmesan cheese. Delicious!


Because Banana peppers have a much milder taste than bell peppers, and bring a different flavor to the traditional dish of stuffed peppers. You can make stuffed peppers meaty or meatless, depending on your preference. If you don't eat meat, think about using rice, quinoa    or some other meat alternative.  Use about a pound of meat for every four good-sized banana peppers. Use mild or spicy, whatever your preference. Slice the top of the pepper, making it into a sort of flip-top. Brown sausage or ground beef in a skillet and set aside. In a large bowl, mix bread crumbs, Romano cheese, an egg, and some salt and pepper together. Stir in the meat and add more bread crumbs/cheese or another egg, depending on how moist or dry you want the stuffing. Gently fill the peppers with the stuffing and close the tops of the peppers. Fry the peppers in olive oil until each side is browned. Serve with a bit of marinara sauce and some grated cheese on top, if desired.


Fried banana peppers are a Southern favorite, served as an appetizer or as a side dish next to roasted ham or fried chicken. You can fry fresh banana peppers, pickled banana peppers, mild peppers or spicy peppers -- whatever you like best. The recipe is super simple and everyone loves them. Here's how to make deep fried banana peppers:

The secret to the Southern recipe is saltine crackers. Wash the banana peppers and slice lengthwise. Remove seeds and pat dry with a paper towel. Soak the peppers in milk, then dip in a mixture of flour and crushed saltine crackers. Fry in hot vegetable oil until golden brown. Remove with tongs, drain on paper towels, and serve while still warm.

Fried banana peppers taste great on their own, with cocktail sauce or even with ranch dressing for dipping. Give your family a variety of dips to choose from!

A very popular appetizer, poppers are peppers split open, filled with cream cheese and deep fried. If you like poppers but don't like the spiciness of jalapenos, why not try some banana pepper poppers? You can get the yummy taste without the heat, and you can make them at home.

Wash the banana peppers and pat dry. Cut in half lengthwise and remove seeds. Fill each half with cream cheese. Here comes the good part. Wrap a small (about a third of a slice) piece of bacon around each pepper and stick a toothpick through to hold. Place them on a baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees until the bacon is crispy. Warning: These are addictive!

For variations on the theme, mix in shredded cheeses like parmesan, Gouda or Monterrey Jack. Forgo the bacon altogether if you don't eat meat or don't like bacon. Or, top the cream cheese mixture with bread crumbs. Add salt, pepper, garlic powder  , paprika -- whatever tickles your palette's fancy!.




 
 
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