STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Chef Jeff is cookin’ good!
It doesnt get much better than this: A gourmet dinner cooked by the master chef himself, Jeff Tiedeman, brought to our home in a fancy Dutch oven and served to us at our very own dining room table... Posted on 5/8/13 at 5:02 PM
ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Cook Once, Eat 2 times- Stuffed Peppers with Lamb and Artichokes
I recently bought half a lamb and have been experimenting with all the ways of preparing lamb. I slow cooked the roast and picked the meat off the bones. I then chilled it to remove the solid fat that... Posted on 2/21/13 at 3:45 PM
CHEF JEFF Turkey Wild Rice Soup
The possibilities are endless when it comes to leftover turkey. Of course, sandwiches immediately come to mind for a lot of people. Others like to use the turkey with other leftovers such as mashed po... Posted on 11/25/12 at 3:53 PM
Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman always is on the lookout for new wild rice recipes such as the one that won the recent "Get Wild with Wild Rice" contest sponsored by the Minnesota Cultivated Wild Rice Council.
Research begins this spring into the effects of sulfates in water on Minnesota's wild rice stands. The research will be conducted by a team from the University of Minnesota. The study plans include field surveys, laboratory students and outdoor experiments.
There's one good reason Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman is looking forward to pheasant hunting this fall, even though prospects aren't as good as they've been in recent years: a meal or two of his baked pheasant and wild rice specialty.
A rally in support of protections for wild rice will greet Gov. Mark Dayton when he travels to northern Minnesota for the fishing opener.
The Legislature is considering measures that would relax the state's restrictions on discharges of sulfates into wild rice waters.
The Minnesota Environmental Partnership is sending a tongue-in-cheek message to legislators: Enjoy your wild rice hotdish now - before Minnesota's waters are too contaminated to produce the official state grain.
Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman says busy people shouldn't over look their crockpots or slow cookers for meals like the ones found at Chef Jeff, the Red River Valley's newest food blog of fun, at Chef Jeff.
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