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How to Make Cucumber Chicken Salad Finger Sandwiches: School Lunch Ideas
Sep14

How to Make Cucumber Chicken Salad Finger Sandwiches: School Lunch Ideas

You’ll wonder why you’ve never thought of making Cucumber Chicken Salad Sandwiches before… This is such a light and delicious lunch. By using cucumber in place of bread, you get neat, little, cute sandwiches that will satisfy your child and give him or her a nutritious school lunch. It turns a boring sandwich into fun finger foods that are delicious & easy to eat for little fingers. Cucumber Chicken Salad Finger...

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Creamy Spinach Dip in Pumpernickel Loaf: National Spinach Month
Oct01

Creamy Spinach Dip in Pumpernickel Loaf: National Spinach Month

National Spinach Month has finally arrived, and spinach is such a versatile vegetable for many different kinds of recipes. Below, you’ll find out how to make spinach dip in pumpernickel bread. Easy to make, and a real treat to eat. Spinach is delicious added to salad greens, even the attached pink roots add a crunch. Always be sure to wash thoroughly, as spinach tends to be quite sandy/dirty. They come from the ground, remember!...

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How to Cook Green Split Pea Soup
May07

How to Cook Green Split Pea Soup

Although we’re certainly looking at some warmer, Spring-time weather, it’s quite gloomy and cool today. It’s the perfect time to make a great soup, in my personal opinion, and a bag of green split peas is what sparked me today to create one of my traditional favorites, Green Split Pea Soup. Experiment with different meats and liquids (water, teas, broths) you’d like to add, if you so choose. You’ll enjoy...

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How to Bake Rhubarb Poppyseed Yogurt Muffins
May05

How to Bake Rhubarb Poppyseed Yogurt Muffins

I was wandering around my backyard today and noticed our rhubarb plant growing out of control. So, I chopped down a heap of it and need to create some rhubarb recipes for you. Since it`s a weekend, I`m going to create a treat – Rhubarb Poppyseed Yogurt Muffins from Scratch with his fresh rhubarb. If you`re not into muffins, do try my Rhubarb Moos Recipe! It`s a classic family favorite. * Note: I had an issue with the recording...

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How to Make Lemon Poppyseed Garlic Chicken Salad
May04

How to Make Lemon Poppyseed Garlic Chicken Salad

There are times when you’re just looking for a quick snack or meal without having to get in the kitchen to cook, especially when it becomes nice and warm outside. This is a recipe you can complete in 10 minutes without having to cook. I really enjoy making chicken salads and tuna salads with different, interesting ingredients that make them sing on your palate. Here’s a Lemon Poppyseed Garlic Chicken Salad recipe that...

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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 Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine
Jan29

How to Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine

Want to learn something new? Learn how to bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the bread machine! This bread is a delicious, spiced homemade bread as an accompaniment to soups and stews. Try this bread recipe with my Moroccan Chickpea Soup – it’s perfect! Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Softened butter or olive oil, and Moroccan Chickpea Soup Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 35 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 3/4 cup tea or water...

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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 Turnip Hash
Jan12

How to Cook Turnip Hash

My favorite breakfasts often include leftover mashed potatoes that I can make into potato cakes or potato hash in the morning. Today, I had the opportunity of using leftover mashed turnip. I love turnip and didn’t realize how perfect it goes for breakfast too. If you enjoy turnip, you will enjoy this! Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve With: Plain Balkan Style Yogurt with fresh herbs or top with sour cream, topped with a fried egg...

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How to Cook Curried Mussels
Jan01

How to Cook Curried Mussels

Curried Mussels are a staple at our house for Friday nights, New Year’s Eve, birthdays & more! We typically used to make white wine & garlic mussels before we tried these bad boys… Here’s how to make them and enjoy them in such a delicious way! Curried Mussels: Spicy, creamy with the perfect tang & savoriness. These curried mussels will knock your socks off. The perfect appetizer or entrée, however you...

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How to Cook Potato Cakes
Dec28

How to Cook Potato Cakes

One of my favorite things for breakfast is potato cakes. They remind me of my mother’s cooking with all of their golden deliciousness. Check out the recipe below to find out how to make potato cakes with a few tips & tricks along the way! Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve With: Plain Balkan Style Yogurt with fresh herbs or top with sour cream Prep Time: 8 min Cook Time: 10 min Yield: 6 large potato cakes Ingredients: 4 cups...

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How to Make Healthy Creamy Herb Salad Dressing
Dec07

How to Make Healthy Creamy Herb Salad Dressing

Just because it’s creamy doesn’t mean it has to be fattening or unhealthy… Just because it’s healthy, doesn’t mean it has to be tasteless and no fun… I dare you to eat healthier and more deliciously – try this dressing on your next salad…You’ll be glad you did. ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Sauce Recipe Serve With: Salad,on baked potatoes or as a dip – Perfect for Niçoise Salad...

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How to Cook Sentationally Stuffed Peppers with Chevre
Nov16

How to Cook Sentationally Stuffed Peppers with Chevre

My mother has always made stuffed peppers since I was little, and they’re one of my favorites – a type of soul food of mine, if you will… …This recipe is embellished or “snazzed” up from our traditional recipe, but every bit as delicious! ~ Kimberly Edwards Type: Main Dish Recipe Serve With: Sour cream or plain yogurt Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 1 hr Yield: Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 lb lean Ground...

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