Linda Kruschke on life and death, faith and fearlessness, music and poetry
They triumphed over him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink from death.
Revelation 12:11 (NIV).
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Tag Archives: Traeger
Traeger season. My favorite time of year. An entire meal cooked out on the deck either directly on the grill or in aluminum packets makes for quick easy clean-up. The scent of mesquite pellets wafts about the deck. I peel russet … Continue reading
It’s finally corn on the cob season. It’s early in the season, but there is corn on the cob available nonetheless. I bought some at the vegetable stand that I pass on the way home from church. For several years … Continue reading
The other night I was planning to make tacos for dinner, but it was such a beautiful night and was hot in the kitchen so I didn’t want to cook in the kitchen. Yet I had a hankering for tacos. … Continue reading
For several years I’ve wanted to make fish on my Traeger, but my first attempt to cook the fish in aluminum foil like I do vegetables didn’t work out very well. It turned out mushy and the flavor was not … Continue reading
Spring seems to be in hiding here in the Pacific Northwest and we had at least an inch of snow here at our house yesterday morning. Nonetheless, by dinner time the snow had melted and the sky was clear. So … Continue reading
I love chicken on the Traeger, but usually we do chicken breasts or drumsticks. But a couple of weeks ago we were at Costco and they had two-packs of whole chickens. We decided to just cook them both on the … Continue reading