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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Gumbo File
Dec10

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Gumbo File

Royal Command Gumbo File is a serious find up here in my parts. Unable to find gumbo file in our supermarkets here in Niagara, we must either order it online, have friends mail us some, or hope that going over the border to NY state, you may find some. We use gumbo file in a lot of Southern recipes, especially those originating from Louisiana – those Cajun & Creole favorites. Soups like gumbos, and stuffings benefit from the...

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February Food Holidays & Events
Feb01

February Food Holidays & Events

Here are February 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. Month Holidays: Berry Fresh Month: Tiger Nut & Berry Smoothies Browse Berry shows, Berry recipes How to Prepare & Eat Goldenberries – aka Peruvian Ground Cherries Blackberry Parfaits with Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger...

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How to Cook Napa Valley Bordeaux Cherry Balsamic Chicken Livers + Video
Dec26

How to Cook Napa Valley Bordeaux Cherry Balsamic Chicken Livers + Video

As an appetizer or main entrée, Napa Valley Bordeaux Cherry Balsamic Chicken Livers are a perfect idea. Chicken liver is high in iron and ever so delicious when paired with tasty, syrupy & thick, sweet flavors of Bordeaux cherry & balsamic. Cherry combined with the ferric taste of the liver is exciting & satisfying to your palate. Napa Valley Bordeaux Cherry Balsamic Chicken Livers: With this recipe, I’m using Napa...

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How to Cook Haskapa Rice Stuffing for Poultry + Video
Nov20

How to Cook Haskapa Rice Stuffing for Poultry + Video

This recipe for How to Cook Haskapa Rice Stuffing for Poultry will surprise & delight you this Holiday season. Though I usually use one of my favorite bread stuffings when I cook poultry, I created this delicious rice stuffing with haskap recipe for turkey, chicken, duck or goose dressing, and I believe you will enjoy it too. A small amount of bread goes into this stuffing, but rice is the main ingredient, dotted with savory...

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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 Roast Haskap Glazed Holiday Turkey + Video
Nov17

How to Roast Haskap Glazed Holiday Turkey + Video

For an unusual Holiday turkey experience, I am pleased to share with you How to Roast Haskap Glazed Holiday Turkey! Not only a conversation piece, but a gorgeous, crimson-colored, glazed turkey that’s juicy & tender with deliciously infused, crispy skin that’s full of haskap flavor. Roasted Haskap Glazed Holiday Turkey: This recipe makes use of Haskapa products: Haskapa Haskap Jam Haskapa Haskap Juice For this recipe,...

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Holiday Stuffing: Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional
Nov11

Holiday Stuffing: Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional

Looking for a that comforting dish of Holiday Stuffing, but with a Thanksgiving Twist? I really enjoy the taste and texture of my mother’s dressing, made with bread, celery and poultry seasoning with summer savory and gumbo file, because this is what my Mother always made for our Holiday turkeys. So, in order for me to feel like it is really Holiday time, my usual option is for turkey bread dressing – Mom style. Holiday...

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How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video
May05

How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video

I’m going to show you How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains and what a great side dish or appetizer these tasty little chunks of goodness are. How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains: A change from the commonly served side dishes and what a delicious snack – quick to prepare and nutritious. Type: Side Dish or Appetizer Prep Time: 5 min Bake Time: 15 – 20 min Yield: 4 servings The ingredients & instructions are listed below...

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How to Cook Vegetable Rice Stuffing for Poultry + Video
Mar27

How to Cook Vegetable Rice Stuffing for Poultry + Video

This is how to cook Vegetable Rice Stuffing for Poultry… One of my family’s traditional recipes, which we have enjoyed for a very long time. I hope you will enjoy it as much as we have! How to Cook Vegetable Rice Stuffing for Poultry: Of course, I am giving you the basic recipe, which you are free to customize to your own liking by switching up or adding ingredients you like best. Type: Side Dish Recipe Serve with: poultry...

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Web Chef Review: Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste
Feb03

Web Chef Review: Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste

Do you hate mincing garlic & ginger for all of your amazing ethnic dishes you love to cook? Check out Fern’s Ginger & Garlic Paste! You need this in your life to save time & clean up, as it’s super easy to use just enough out of the jar… This ginger & garlic paste is ever-so-finely minced to the point that it’s a highly concentrated paste. It almost melts into your cooking to infuse a wonderful...

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How to Cook Turkey Stuffing: National Stuffing Day
Nov28

How to Cook Turkey Stuffing: National Stuffing Day

The 4th Thursday of November is National Stuffing Day! A day to itself for stuffing? Well, it’s so mouth-watering that I don’t begrudge giving it a day of its own. We enjoy stuffing so much at our house, that not only do we stuff our poultry, but we even make extra in a casserole to enjoy it for a couple days. My Mother-in-law made wonderful dressing, albeit different from mine, but she would bring us the most delicious...

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Tips for Roasting Turkey: National Turkey Day
Nov28

Tips for Roasting Turkey: National Turkey Day

The 4th Thursday of November is National Turkey Day! How appropriate to have Turkey Day at this time of year? What would a Thanksgiving or Christmas celebration be without the proverbial turkey, one of my very favorite meals? Apparently, every nation has its own distinctive way to cook this International favorite. In recent years, I have been introduced to a couple of new ways to cook this wonderful bird. Turkey Tips: I’ve...

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A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!
Oct12

A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!

National Gumbo Day is here and this delicious dish is well worth the time you put into making it. Yes, it’s a slow roller of a recipe, but it’s oh-so worth it! How to Cook Gumbo: Most people immediately think about seafood gumbo, but it doesn’t have to include fruit of the sea at all. You can also make sausage, chicken, and even vegetable gumbos too. Proper gumbo needs a great roux, basic to Creole or Cajun cooking....

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