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How to Bake a Winter Spice Cake
Jan07

How to Bake a Winter Spice Cake

On a snowy & blustery day, you’ll be glad to know how to bake Winter Spice Cake. Not to mention, we serve this cake with a Hot Cake Sauce – absolutely divine! Enjoy the warm aromas of comforting spices throughout the house, and bring smiles out on everyone’s face. Winter Spice Cake: Serve with ice cream, if desired, and the decadent, hot cake sauce, like flowing lava over a moist & fluffy volcano of a cake!...

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How to Bake Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake
Dec11

How to Bake Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake

In our house, we love Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake with warm spices and delicious dried fruits, always reminds me of the aromas of the Holidays. Even those, who say they don’t like fruitcake, rave about this Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake. It just isn’t Christmas, if our favorite fruitcake isn’t on our dessert platter of goodies. Note: This recipe calls for nuts, and since some people don’t eat nuts, I...

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How to Bake a Christmas Chocolate Log + Video
Dec01

How to Bake a Christmas Chocolate Log + Video

This fabulously traditional recipe for How to Bake a Christmas Chocolate Log is perfect for the Holidays, even as a host/hostess gift. Chocolate log cakes are traditionally made & enjoyed for Christmas, but this cake can be made any time of the year. I found this spectacular recipe in an eBook called A Cornish Grandmother’s Family Favourites available on Amazon. In this eBook, the Chocolate Christmas Log recipe uses the same...

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How to Cook Grilled Corn Fritters: 4th of July Fare
Jul02

How to Cook Grilled Corn Fritters: 4th of July Fare

Grilled Corn Fritters fluffy & fabulous, not to mention sweet & flavorful with the charred bites of grilled corn added. When we have a BBQ, we generally like to serve corn-on-the-cob, but lately, we have found that our diners quite enjoy these delectable little fresh corn fritters, as a side dish. Try them out for this 4th of July celebration to wow your guests & yourself. How to Cook Grilled Corn Fritters: Note: These...

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How to Cook Chicken a la King: Mother’s Day Delights
May09

How to Cook Chicken a la King: Mother’s Day Delights

This recipe for How to Cook Chicken a la King, is a very tasty dish, and even more so if the cooked chicken is grilled or roasted, which kicks up the flavor. This year, for Mother’s Day, Kimberly wanted to know what I wanted to eat for our festivities, which I thought was nice… So, this was one of the dishes I’ve been thinking about lately, and figured it would serve us fine for such an occasion. How to Cook Chicken...

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How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Apr27

How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Flan is a popular dessert in Spain and Latin America and since it is so delicious, it’s a good idea to learn how to make Crème Caramel Flan, so yo can add it to your list of favorite recipes. How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: This recipe can be made to be served in one large souffle dish or individual ramekins. I usually choose to make it using ramekins. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 1 hr 15 min Cool Time: 5...

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How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises

This recipe for how to make Blood Orange Meringue Pie is an unusual treat that you and your friends and family will enjoy. Such a nice change from the standard lemon meringue pie. How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Try using other citrus fruit for a lovely fruit meringue pie. Some other options include: lime orange tangerine grapefruit sudachi Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 35 min Cook Time: 15 min Bake Time: 10 – 15 min...

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How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Paska Bread: Easter Surprises
Apr14

How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Paska Bread: Easter Surprises

This recipe on How To Make Grandma Kasper’s Easter Paska Bread has been handed down for generations of our family, and we look forward to eating it every Easter. The smells that waft through our house while baking Paska bring back many happy memories of the farm kitchen of my Mom, and the welcoming warmth that filled her home. How To Make Grandma Kasper’s Easter Paska Bread: Mom used to use greased empty tins from lard or...

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How to Cook Lemon Pie Filling
Apr12

How to Cook Lemon Pie Filling

It is a pleasure to use this recipe for How to Make Lemon Pie Filling with it’s sweet & tangy nature. With an almost creamy texture that bursts with fresh lemon flavor, this pie filling is also great for tarts, and fillings for cakes or jelly rolls. How to Make Lemon Pie Filling: It is so quick and easy, as well as decadently tasty, that we even use it as lemon pudding. Just the perfect ending to a Holiday meal or any day of...

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How to Bake a Lemon Jelly Roll + Video: Easter Surprises
Apr11

How to Bake a Lemon Jelly Roll + Video: Easter Surprises

What a perfect time to learn how to make a Lemon Jelly Roll. Easter is the perfect time to present this showpiece of a dessert – A lemon curd filled jelly roll. How to Make a Lemon Curd-Filled Jelly Roll: I usually bake lemon meringue pies or angel cake with special sauces, as well as the traditional Paska, but this year, I will add something just a bit different. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min Bake Time: 10 – 15...

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How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video
Apr02

How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video

Once you try this recipe for Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs, you will want to make it frequently. It gives you a whole new attitude about deviled eggs, and it’s a real winner for parties, showers or healthy snacks. How To Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a perfect solution to the afternoon munchies combined with avocados, which are high in omegas.  Turmeric & smoked paprika contain magnesium, which assist in weight loss...

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How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé
Dec26

How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé

A Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé is light, fluffy & ever-so-tasty. Beautiful served alongside a roast beef dinner as a marvelous contrast, and even in replacement of mashed potatoes. How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé: The recipe requires an 8 cup soufflé dish. This soufflé can be made ahead & refrigerated as long as 7 days prior to serving. It may deflate somewhat, and it’s always better to serve...

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How to Bake Angel Food Cake
Dec22

How to Bake Angel Food Cake

Oh, my Angel Food Cakes are so light & relatively fat-free – it’s like eating a cloud. There’s nothing quite like it. Generally classified as a foam cake, where mixing & folding needs to be done in such a ways as to maintain as much air in the batter as possible. How to Bake Angel Food Cake: All eggs should be at least 3 days old, 60° – 70° F in temperature, and separated immediately prior to use. Tip:...

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