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How to Bake Blackberry Pie
Jun15

How to Bake Blackberry Pie

Blackberry Pie is a true joy of summertime. When blackberries are in season, there is nothing more delicious than the plump, luscious blackberries in a pie with a little whipped cream, crème fraîche or ice cream on the side. This is really a treat for the eyes and the palate. Though, I prefer fresh blackberries, frozen blackberries are acceptable. How to Bake Blackberry Pie: I used my Mom’s recipe for the pie shell of this...

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How to Macerate Strawberries + Video
Jun23

How to Macerate Strawberries + Video

There are quite a number of recipes that call for Macerated Strawberries or other fruits, and this is how it’s done… We had the good fortune of getting a large flat of fresh local strawberries from Harvest Barn Country Markets here in Niagara-on-the-Lake, in Southern Ontario. We are planning on freezing some of these delicious berries, making some fabulous freezer jam, berry syrup, eating lots of them straight from the...

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How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights
May08

How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights

My Mother is choosing what she would like us to make for Mother’s Day this year, and one of the treats Mom is looking forward to is Rhubarb Tarts. So tangy, sweet and fresh tasting, you will always find room for one more. How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts: Perfect for an elegant dessert, served with a dollop of whipped cream or crème fraîche and a mint leaf or a fresh, little berry on top. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min...

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

How to Cook Boxty: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Boxty is a traditional Irish recipe for a potato pancake containing both mashed and grated potatoes, giving you the experience of both pancake & hash browns in one. What a good choice for breakfast or supper! It goes well with many other ethnic cuisines as well. I think it would be delicious with smoked salmon, in place of other kinds of pancakes like crepes or blini, served with sour cream or creme fraiche. Salmon is one of the...

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How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month
Nov01

How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month

Georgia Pecan Month has arrived and it’s time to bake a Pecan Pie. Pecans are a Native American nut, primarily cultivated today in Georgia from a native variety of hickory tree. A high fat, in fact one of the nuts, which is heaviest in fats — sometimes as high as 75% fat. The downside of high fat content is that they tend to become rancid quickly, so it’s best to store them in the freezer to keep them fresh tasting....

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What the Heck is Mincemeat?: National Mincemeat Pie Day
Oct26

What the Heck is Mincemeat?: National Mincemeat Pie Day

Mincemeat Pie. Now, what is that really? Does it have meat in it? Well, yes & no. It’s not actually meat that is added, but suet – the fat cut from the meat – and added to the fruit that comprises mincemeat, with some lean beef. When sugar, raisins, currants, citron, orange peel, lemon peel, lemon juice, apple cider, cloves, sour cherries, cherry juice, coriander, nuts, cinnamon & mace are added, it is cooked...

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How to Cook Scrambled Eggs a la Kimberly
Apr20

How to Cook Scrambled Eggs a la Kimberly

I’m not a crazy fan of breakfast for the most part…So, when I endeavor to eat or make breaky, it has to be an awesome dish to spark my mind & taste buds in the morning. This recipe is adapted from one I saw Gordon Ramsay do in his own home for his wife’s brunch in bed. You don’t know what you’re missing, if you haven’t had this “grown-up”, gourmet version of scrambled eggs. Try it,...

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How to Make Quick “Sour Cream”
Jan13

How to Make Quick “Sour Cream”

The other day, I made potato cakes and when I went to serve them realized not only did I not have any plain yogurt to serve them with, I had no sour cream either! I hate that! But I refuse to be thwarted in my own kitchen…LOL…There’s always a back-up plan. The first back-up plan you should take is to mix buttermilk with vinegar to make a sort of creme fraiche. However, I didn’t have any buttermilk or creme for...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Favorite Creamy Mushroom Soup
Oct28

How to Cook Kimberly’s Favorite Creamy Mushroom Soup

Looking for something that tastes super indulgent, but without all those extra calories and fat? This soup is perfect to impress your taste buds and your family! There never seems to be enough leftover because you’ll be left wanting more. This delicious and creamy soup has a splash of red wine and is so indulgent, it seems sinful, but it’s actually good for you. Kenney, my husband, actually customized this soup recipe from...

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How to Cook Cream of Butternut Squash And Sweet Potato Soup

This hearty, creamy soup is just the ideal fall treat with fresh, crusty bread or fried pita on the side. It makes a wholesome, fresh, delicious and satisfying lunch or dinner meal. You will probably like it enough to serve it as an appetizer when you have guests over for dinner. It is fast, easy and healthy! You could also make it as a vegetarian recipe. Enjoy! ~ Kimberly Edwards 😀 Type: Soup Serve With: Fresh, crusty bread or fried...

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