As the fall days turn brisk there is nothing better than coming into the house from the outdoors to the luscious aroma of a steaming crock pot full of fall culinary delights.
A fresh pheasant breast tucked between the halves of a sweet dumpling squash will excite most appetites. With the meat seasoned with sage, pepper, and thyme and resting upon carrots, onions, and potatoes, all fresh from the garden, the evening’s dining is complete with little to do but set plates and dig in.
Gene R. Stark
A teacher, farmer, trapper, and greenhouse grower. He writes about the outdoors and the people and culture of rural America..