Bailey's Palomar Resort in Palomar Mountain, California
Bailey’s Palomar Resort P.O. Box 87, Palomar Mountain, CA 92060 Phone: 760-742-1859 Email: Click for secure form.
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* Reservations are required. Prices subject to change without notice.  Weekend and weekday rates vary by season, accommodation and occupancy.  Please refer to individual accommodation page for more information – and feel free to contact us by phone or though our secure email link on our Contact Us page.   Thank You For Your Interest in our Place!
More Hours In My Day Soup  by Hodgie Bailey (c.1920) Daughter of  Theo. & Mary Bailey, homesteaders Makes 12 large servings of delicious most soup. ¼ cup of each: Black eyed peas Small lima beans Spit green peas Lentils Butter beans or large lima Navy beans Pinto beans Pearl barley Wash, and soak in a large pot, cover with water, add 2 T. salt, Soak overnight. In the morning, make a fire in the cook stove.Drain, beans and add 2 quarts fresh water. Add, ½ lb. ham hocks, or ham. Bring to boil, stir once or twice, simmer for 2 ½ hours. Add: 1 large onion, 3 cups tomatoes with juice, chopped, 1 tsp Chile powder, juice of 1 lemon, salt and pepper to taste. Continue the slow simmering until beans are soft. Serve with fresh bread, crackers, churned butter and honey. The soup is even better, when made a couple of days ahead and aged in the icebox.  Add Mother’s Peanut Butter cookies and your all set. This is a slow simmer soup; you can leave on the hearth while you do other chores. Just give it a mix now and then. Add water if needed. (For us modern day cooks, a crock-pot of this recipe is really easy, add all ingredients together, set on low and your done.  You can purchase blended bag of beans, seasoning included.  I still like to soak over night.  The aroma of this is heavenly and its packed full of iron and vitamins.  If you are a vegetarian, you can omit the meat and add a couple more of your favorite vegetables, carrots and leeks are nice. Enjoy, Terri Bailey - December 18, 2011)
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Bailey's Palomar Resort in Palomar Mountain, California
Bailey’s Palomar Resort P.O. Box 87, Palomar Mountain, CA 92060 Phone: 760-742-1859 Email: Click for secure form.
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* Reservations are required. Prices subject to change without notice.  Weekend and weekday rates vary by season, accommodation and occupancy.  Please refer to individual accommodation page for more information – and feel free to contact us by phone or though our secure email link on our Contact Us page.   Thank You For Your Interest in our Place!
More Hours In My Day Soup  by Hodgie Bailey (c.1920) Daughter of  Theo. & Mary Bailey, homesteaders Makes 12 large servings of delicious most soup. ¼ cup of each: Black eyed peas Small lima beans Spit green peas Lentils Butter beans or large lima Navy beans Pinto beans Pearl barley Wash, and soak in a large pot, cover with water, add 2 T. salt, Soak overnight. In the morning, make a fire in the cook stove.Drain, beans and add 2 quarts fresh water. Add, ½ lb. ham hocks, or ham. Bring to boil, stir once or twice, simmer for 2 ½ hours. Add: 1 large onion, 3 cups tomatoes with juice, chopped, 1 tsp Chile powder, juice of 1 lemon, salt and pepper to taste. Continue the slow simmering until beans are soft. Serve with fresh bread, crackers, churned butter and honey. The soup is even better, when made a couple of days ahead and aged in the icebox.  Add Mother’s Peanut Butter cookies and your all set. This is a slow simmer soup; you can leave on the hearth while you do other chores. Just give it a mix now and then. Add water if needed. (For us modern day cooks, a crock-pot of this recipe is really easy, add all ingredients together, set on low and your done.  You can purchase blended bag of beans, seasoning included.  I still like to soak over night.  The aroma of this is heavenly and its packed full of iron and vitamins.  If you are a vegetarian, you can omit the meat and add a couple more of your favorite vegetables, carrots and leeks are nice. Enjoy, Terri Bailey - December 18, 2011)