Steve

Dad to Francine and Husband to Deanne-  the original “FarmerChef”

WePhoto of Steve teaching knife skills think it is about time to give Steve a formal introduction.  He is such a big part of our life and shows up quite often in our blog posts.  We discovered later in our life together that he was a good cook.   We call him the original “farmerchef” because we are inspired by both his ability to cook and grow food.   Steve is passionate about helping other people learn to cook and grow their food.  Here is a picture of him teaching knife skills.

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  1. Cool Caribbean Salad Made with Lentils - March 12, 2014

    […] few weeks ago Steve’s mom, Mary Jane shared an e-cookbook that she has been using from The Northern Pulse Growers […]

  2. Heavenly Leftover Soup Scones | Real Local Good - a mother and a daughter learn about real food, local food and cooking food - March 13, 2014

    […] basic scone recipe below was found by Steve somewhere in his baking adventures—we wish we could remember where. (If anyone recognizes it as […]

  3. Just Right: Oatmeal Apple Pancakes | Real Local Good - a mother and a daughter learn about real food, local food and cooking food - March 15, 2014

    […] from the apples. With a few adjustments I knew I was on the right track and then Sunday morning Steve and I tried them again. They were […]

  4. No Food in the House Soup | Real Local Good - a mother and a daughter learn about real food, local food and cooking food - March 15, 2014

    […] cooking strategy I picked up from Luke and Steve is to start chopping and sweating onions and celery.  This buys me a bit of time time while the […]

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