the aftermath…

With high winds and a ton of rain, it was bound to happen.

But……it could have been a lot worse.  The farm survived with only minor damage.  For the most part the damage is pretty superficial.  I think most crops will survive.  Thank god!

We celebrated with stuffed peppers for dinner.

We stuffed our peppers with the works.  Rice, beans, onions, hot peppers, summer squash, broccoli, bok choy, and crushed cashews.  We cook all of our veggies in olive oil, soy sauce, and sweet chili sauce.  Stuffed the peppers and popped them in a 400 degree oven for about 35 minutes.  They were delicious!

It is a glories day here.  We did some work on the farm this morning and get to take the afternoon off.  We are off to enjoy the weather!

Hope everyone who was on the east coast survived the storm alright.  Happy Monday.

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5 Responses to the aftermath…

  1. Julie says:

    Glad you guys made it through relatively unscathed 🙂

  2. Jean says:

    Glad we dodged the worst of the storm. Love your square black plate. Food always pops on black. Don’t understand the penchant for white.

  3. sundya says:

    Glad everything’s alright!! 🙂

  4. KS says:

    I’m trying to get more comfortable in the kitchen and your recipes are a great inspiration for some practice. when you say you cook your veggies in soy sauce, olive oil, and sweet chili sauce, about how much of each would you say you use? A talented chef like you eyeballs it, I’m certain, but I’m a novice and therefore need specific measurements!
    many thanks

    • drealieberg says:

      Katie, thanks for reading along! So happy you are getting your hands dirty in the kitchen! I am SO bad at measuring ingredients. I have learned that the best way is to taste and try as you cook. Sprinkle a little of something, taste it, and see if it could use more. you can always add ingredients, but if you use too much soy sauce it could be lethal! For this particular recipe I think I started with about 1 tbs of each sauce and oil. I think I added a little more oil as I cooked, but I think 1 tbs is a good start!
      Hope this helps! have fun and don’t get discouraged!

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