My Latest Recipes 6
  • best burgers from overhome in Picton, CA.
    best burgers...
  • Moist Meatloaf from overhome in Picton, CA.
    This loaf combines vegges and meat to create a moist and flaverful main dish...
  • Sweet Potato Side from overhome in Picton, CA.
    This uses 3 organic ingreadines and makes a perfect marriage...
  • feta potatoes from overhome in Picton, CA.
    this easy way to use leftover mashed potatoes is very tastey...
  • smoked mackerel pate from overhome in Picton, CA.
    wonderful pate for a party spread on toast points or crackers...
  • Bugjuice from overhome in Picton, CA.
    A dressing that goes with a spring mix of greens...
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  • godwill200 8 months ago
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  • pleclare 5 years ago
    Thanks for the comment!
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  • cabincrazyone 5 years ago
    Hi again Over .... You're right about a lower temp and a longer time. That definitely makes them more tender.
    I have done smaller batches. One pound of spareribs usually fits in an 8 x 8 pan when cut into smaller pieces. I like the smaller pieces too, because the sauce gets at more of the meat that way.
    At the time that I posted my recipe there were a bunch of other new recipes that had higher heat and less time. I thought that was nuts. We don't want to make jerky. lol
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  • cabincrazyone 5 years ago
    Hi, Per your question about spare ribs ... no, I haven't wrapped two ribs and sauce in foil. I'm curious though. Does that hold the moisture in and make them moist and tender?
    I've tried to bake ribs at a lower temp as you've suggested. It seems to take forever. My mom bakes them at 250 and eats them medium rare.
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  • donman 5 years ago about Moist Meatloaf
    Can't wait to try :)
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  • 22566 5 years ago about Moist Meatloaf
    Thank-you for sharing this nice sounding recipe.

    Kind Regards
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  • dragonwings647 5 years ago about Moist Meatloaf
    SOUNDS LIKE A WINNER. THANKS
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  • goddoesmiracles 5 years ago about feta potatoes
    yummmy Thank you very much
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  • goddoesmiracles 5 years ago about Bugjuice
    this sounds like a nice blend :)
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  • coffeebean53 5 years ago
    Thank you for the friend invitation. I'm looking forward to sharing recipes with you. :)
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  • pleclare 5 years ago
    Thank you,I will try that. Love maple syrup!
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  • pleclare 5 years ago
    Do you mean insted of honey and how much?
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on the kebobs,you can certainly add garlic!
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  • mccookcook 6 years ago
    Overhome, thanks for the offer of sharing your tongue recipe with me, but I think I will pass. My grandma use to make a recipe using tongue and I LOVED it...until she told me what was in it!
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  • overhome 6 years ago
    I like your lilly
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