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How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day
Nov28

How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day

National French Toast Day is November 28th, and oh-what-a classic French Toast is. French toast is definitely a breakfast favorite at our house, but we have had it in the evening & called it supper, and at noon, and called it lunch! This is a perfect way to use up stale bread, but fresh, white, brown or grain bread is perfectly okay too. The bread is dipped into a milk & egg mixture, and browned up in  butter. Jam, syrup or...

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How to Cook Traditional French Toast
Sep22

How to Cook Traditional French Toast

French toast is a marvelous way to start your morning… …not only because it tastes amazing, or smells mouthwatering, but because it`s so quick and easy to make too. You will likely have all of the ingredients you`ll need, and you can whip up a quick breakfast in a jiffy! So delicious, this Classic Recipe is something you will always love. Type: Breakfast Serve With: Canadian maple syrup and/or powdered sugar Prep Time: 3...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Egg Nog French Toast
Jan05

How to Cook Kimberly’s Egg Nog French Toast

If your household is like ours, we stocked  up on Egg Nog this year for Christmas. We still have a few cartons remaining that have an expiration date approaching this next week. What I like to do is to use it up to make French toast with. Yum! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Breakfast Serve With: Canadian maple syrup and/or powdered sugar Prep Time: 3 min Cook Time: 5-7 Yield: ~ 8 pieces Ingredients: ~ 8 pieces Bread or English Muffins 1...

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How to Cook French Toast For Christmas Breakfast
Dec05

How to Cook French Toast For Christmas Breakfast

Mmmmm…Now, doesn’t that sound fabulous? Treat your family to a delectable breakfast on such a special day! Often we forget about what we are going to make and eat on Christmas morning, since the hubbub has been about preparing for the Christmas Feast! Don’t forget about your hungry troopers on Christmas morning… Just have a plan ahead of time! …And Enjoy! *** French Toast for Christmas Morning By Gail...

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How to Make Peach Freezer Jam + Video
Aug20

How to Make Peach Freezer Jam + Video

If you enjoy the taste of peaches, you will love this recipe for Peach Freezer Jam. Capture the essence of peach in a jam you can call upon, even in the depths of winter! It tastes like a bite out of a dewy, fresh peach and at our house, we like to enjoy peach freezer jam on yogurt, ice cream, in vinaigrettes & sauces, on toast, pancakes, crêpes, french toast, on desserts, and as glazes. Peach Freezer Jam: We like to have some...

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How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video
Dec11

How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video

Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble is sure to be a new family favorite for dessert. This treat is a homey and filling dessert that is just as appropriate for serving after a dinner party as it is at a potluck meal, with simple and satisfying ingredients. Although you could end a backyard summer BBQ or a holiday buffet with this amazing apple crumble, I do enjoy it most during the colder weather in the fall and winter,...

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December Food Holidays & Events
Dec01

December Food Holidays & Events

Here are December Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. National Fruit Cake Month: Dark & Delicious Holiday Fruit Cake Browse Cake shows, Cake recipes Haskap Barmbrack Bread Cooking Shows: Cake Recipes + Reviews National Egg Nog Month: Kimberly’s Canadian Homemade Holiday Eggnog...

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Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Vinegar
Nov14

Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Vinegar

If you’ve never tried Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Vinegar, you have no idea what you’re missing out on! I never imagined that vinegars could have as many layers of intense flavor as the Napa Valley Vinegar Co. fine wine and fruit vinegars have, especially like the this blackberry ginger balsamic. This beautiful vinegar is made with blackberries, which gives it a definite fruity note, the ginger adds a touch of...

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How to Make Napa Valley Cherry Cabernet Caramel + Video
Sep29

How to Make Napa Valley Cherry Cabernet Caramel + Video

I am pleased to present a recipe for How to Make Napa Valley Cherry Cabernet Caramel, which I find to be unbelievably delicious. The caramel drizzle sauce is made using a cherry cabernet vinegar, which lends an intense cherry flavor and is a nice combination to the grilled fruit. The beautiful grill marks are something to behold on this brightly colored orange melon & citrus. Napa Valley Cherry Cabernet Caramel: On this night, I...

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November Food Holidays & Events
Nov01

November Food Holidays & Events

Here are November Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here and there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Georgia Pecan Month: How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month Browse Pecan recipes, Nut shows, Nut recipes Vegan Banana Pecan Muffins How to Bake Rose’s Pecan Cookies Cooking Shows: Nuts Recipes + Reviews Good Nutrition Month:...

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Canadian Maple Syrup: Moments I Remember
Sep20

Canadian Maple Syrup: Moments I Remember

Doesn’t the cold weather remind you of Canadian Maple Syrup… The sweet tapping of trees in the woods, as Spring was on the far horizon. When I was young, our farm was adjacent to a grand stand of various species of maple trees, and many others as well as sumachs, chestnuts & vines. A little creek ran through it and provided the world’s best baby sitter. We played, fished, waded & collected shells, stones,...

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How to Cook Mushroom, Green Bean & Cheese Frittata for Breakfast
Sep22

How to Cook Mushroom, Green Bean & Cheese Frittata for Breakfast

This morning, I wanted to cook a little something different for breakfast, as we can get really into our favorite pancakes, French toast and egg recipes. We hold on to our “favorites” or “trusty rusty” recipes that are tried and true. But don’t forget about a little bit of breakfast adventure. I made a mushroom, green bean & cheese frittata for breakfast, and it was so delicious, it was gone so...

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