Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tonight's diner......
Bison meat balls with spinach
  • 2 lb ground bison 
  • 1 brick frozen spinach 
  • garlic 
  • onion flakes or whatever you have 
  • a dash of worcestershire sauce 

roll into balls and bake in the oven 350 for 25-30 min

I then added them to a pan on the stove and added a large can of crushed tomatoes
rosemary, Salt and Pepper and a can of Coconut Milk.   mixed all together.   Voila

And faux mashed
(cauliflower mashed)

Large head of cauliflower cut into med pieces and put in a pot to boil
once soft drain water and mash away.   You can also toss it in a food processor, that works great too
I added some butter, garlic and salt and pepper to give it some flavor.


  1. I have tried Bison before and it is really good!

    You make such a cute couple and you have a very nice blog!


  2. I haven't had bison, but it sure sound interesting. Where do you find it?

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  4. Welcome to the Foodie Blogroll!

    I've been curious about that faux mashed potatoes dish but not enough to try it just yet. What do you think of the texture?

  5. i have the same question as Chris - i've always wanted to try the faux mashed potatoes, but I love the real ones way too much!

    welcome to foodie blogroll!

  6. @ Pam.. Thanks for the complements..
    I am new to blogging SORRY it has taken so long to write back.

    @ Justine... about the Bison I am not sure where you live.. but I get ours from a meet shop. I also know many people get bison from online sources.. FYI.. It is VERY lean. but not much flavor so I recommend you adding seasonings to it.. or other meat like ground sausage. Let me know what you think of it when you try it.

  7. @ Chris... THANKS FOR THE WELCOME..
    I am VERY happy to be apart of this big community. I LOVE THE texture of the faux mashed. If its a problem.. try the food processor.. that can really whip them up nice and creamy.