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How to Cook Beef Stock + Video
Mar24

How to Cook Beef Stock + Video

Beef Stock is the building block of amazing soups, stews & sauces, as well as other dishes that require a bit more flavor. Making your own beef stock is easy to do, but takes some time. You’ll start off with roasting your beef bones, which is the most important part of the recipe to develop deep flavors of deliciousness. Use this stock to make a large pot of soup, or save for later in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days, or...

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How to Cook Haskap Apple Bread Stuffing + Video
Nov18

How to Cook Haskap Apple Bread Stuffing + Video

I am so pleased to share this recipe for How to Cook Haskap Apple Bread Stuffing with you! Pâté This stuffing has the delicious spices that we love, as well as apple and haskap berries, and then it’s stuffed into your bird of choice – ours being a turkey in this recipe. For Thanksgiving, Christmas or any other time, this stuffing will be a beautiful addition to your feast. The result is a flavor combination that makes a...

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How to Cook Beef Flavored Asian Rice + Video
Apr23

How to Cook Beef Flavored Asian Rice + Video

We are particularly fond of Asian food at our home and this recipe for How To Cook Beef Flavored Rice is simple, delicious and perfect for serving alongside most Asian dishes, as well as being a compliment to many other cuisines. This rice can be flavored with chicken stock, if you wish to convert it to Chicken Flavored Asian Rice. As well, you can use vegetable stock if your preference is Vegetable Flavored Asian Rice. How to Cook...

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How to Cook Dublin Coddle: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar13

How to Cook Dublin Coddle: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

A true comfort food, Coddle is a traditional Irish dish, usually referred to as also as Dublin Coddle. Hearty & nutritious, this stew-like dish is made with salty bacon, pork sausages & potatoes, creating Irish flavors at their best. The name comes from long, slow simmering or “coddling”of this dish. I have read that the popularity of coddle came about since it can be left simmering on the stove till the man of the...

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How to Cook Mushroom Wine Sauce
Feb15

How to Cook Mushroom Wine Sauce

Mushroom Wine Sauce is a favorite in our household! We make it often & various versions of it. This night, we made a Filet of Beef Tenderloin that we enjoyed this sauce on top of. How to Cook Mushroom Wine Sauce: Serve mushroom wine sauce atop beef, chicken, pork or lamb. If desired, add onions & garlic to this recipe. Type: Sauce Recipe Serve with: Filet of Beef Tenderloin Prep Time: 8 min Cook Time: 15 min Yield: 2 cups...

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How to Bake Shepherd’s Pie from Scratch
Sep23

How to Bake Shepherd’s Pie from Scratch

One of my favorite “soul food” recipe is Shepherd’s Pie… …What’s not to love with this traditional, tasty combination? Mashed Potatoes and Ground Beef with tasty home-style spices. This recipe may be just how your grandmother made Shepherd’s Pie, but she may have even called it “Cottage Pie” from the more “English” translation.  If it isn’t the same as...

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How to Store Leftover Tomato Paste
Sep23

How to Store Leftover Tomato Paste

Don’t you just love how Tomato Paste comes in those small cans? I do because that flavor is so concentrated, I can’t possibly use a whole tin unless I’m roasting bones for beef stock, or in a chili. So, then what do you do with the remaining tomato paste left in the can? Don’t throw it out and just waste it! However, you can’t just leave it in the aluminum can because that’s not very good for you...

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How to Make Easy Crockpot Stews for Fall

Stew warms the heart and the stomach on cool, rainy, fall days. I have many fond memories of delicious, steamy stews after a long, cold day at school. It is so easy to make, especially if you’re using a crock-pot, and it is a one-dish dinner! Imagine coming home from a hard day’s work, and remembering that you started a crock-pot stew before you left, and it is READY to put on the table for your hungry family! Yum! Make a...

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How to Cook Down-South Smothered Liver & Onions with Gravy
Aug09

How to Cook Down-South Smothered Liver & Onions with Gravy

If you love #liver – then, you’ll love my Down-South Smothered Liver & Onions with Gravy recipe! Okay, I really really disliked liver and onions when I was a kid. Uhhhhh. The reason why? Well, apart from the fact that my parents told me it was beaver tail (uh, yeah, true story), but it tasted so disgustingly nasty to me. I still have a liver block to this day. However, my mother and sister are liver freaks! Well, I...

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