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How to Poach Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Fruit Stew
May26

How to Poach Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Fruit Stew

If you’re looking for a hot, scrumptious, fruit dessert, try my recipe for Poached Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Fruit Stew! This stew is chock full of delicious fruits, and kicked up with the addition of syrupy, sweet balsamic vinegar – you will love this hearty, cold-weather dessert, full of the warmth of the holidays. Poached Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Fruit Stew: In this recipe, I used Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic...

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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 Make Napa Jack’s Holiday Poultry Brine + Video
Dec01

How to Make Napa Jack’s Holiday Poultry Brine + Video

┬áNapa Jack’s Holiday Poultry Brine is a great idea for most any poultry, at any time of the year! Brining will do wonders to kick up the flavors, especially of your Holiday turkey, using this poultry brine recipe and directions. Until you try this method of preparing poultry for roasting, you won’t fully appreciate the fantastic results as your birds are more moist, more tender and have much more flavor, as the delicious...

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How to Cook Haskap Fruit Moos + Video
Nov24

How to Cook Haskap Fruit Moos + Video

Haskap Fruit Moos is a quick, easy & stunningly delicious dessert you can throw together and impress everyone. The sweet, tangy taste of the haskap berry mixed with a fruit combinination for a lovely, warm, sweet treat for dessert, whether it’s for a mid-week dinner, Thanksgiving or even Christmas. The fruit moos I am making here is loaded with dried and fresh fruits including dried haskap berries, which I happen to have on...

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How to Roast Napa Jack’s Holiday Turkey + Video
Nov10

How to Roast Napa Jack’s Holiday Turkey + Video

Holidays are the time for turkeys, but for me, I love roasted turkey and could enjoy it any time of the year, especially when this recipe for How to Roast Napa Jack’s Holiday Turkey is used. There’s nothing like a golden brown, roasted turkey with crispy, tasty skin, and moist, juicy turkey meat. The savory aroma carries throughout the house, making taste buds dance & mouths water. Whether it’s Thanksgiving,...

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How to Cook Holiday Whipped Sweet Potatoes + Video
Oct05

How to Cook Holiday Whipped Sweet Potatoes + Video

We love Holiday fare in our home and one of the house favorites is my recipe for How to Cook Holiday Whipped Sweet Potatoes. Light, fluffy clouds of sweet potato deliciousness is on your horizon… These potatoes are spicy, buttery and creamy with Holiday seasonings and you just need to smell them to know they are going to be fantastic. Sweet potatoes are often thought of as a heavy vegetable, and they are nutrient dense as well....

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Web Chef Review: Epicureal Comet’s Tail Peppercorns
Mar31

Web Chef Review: Epicureal Comet’s Tail Peppercorns

Epicureal Comet’s Tail Peppercorns are such a nice addition to your pantry, giving that je ne sais quoi to your dishes. Pepper is one of my favorite things on the planet, especially freshly ground pepper. When I discovered these Epicureal Comet’s Tail Peppercorns, I was so excited to use them in my cooking. I love little chunks of pepper on my food, and you just have to see these peppercorns…they’re so cute....

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How to Make Black Pudding Sausage
Mar15

How to Make Black Pudding Sausage

Black Pudding, also referred to as blood pudding is a type of sausage that has existed in the civilized, and not so civilized, world for a very long time. As long as humans have kept animals to eat and for clothing, they have been making some style of black pudding. Apparently, according to research, the first known mention of black pudding in 800 BC was referred to in Homer’s The Odyssey. Traditionally a British dish, black...

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A National Apple Betty Day Recipe
Oct05

A National Apple Betty Day Recipe

An apple for today…for National Apple Betty Day! An all-American dessert baked with fruit, in this case, apples, it’s considered to be a pudding recipe. Incorporated with bread or cracker crumbs, butter, sugar and spices, Apple Betty can’t help but make you smile! How to Bake Apple Betty: It’s possible for most fruits to be utilized to make a “Betty” dessert, although since apples are quite firm,...

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It’s National Pork Month: Crown Roast of Pork Recipe
Oct01

It’s National Pork Month: Crown Roast of Pork Recipe

National Pork Month lets us celebrate “the other white meat” in tasty fashion. Pork recipes are numerous because pork holds more fat…It’s very flavorful! Whether cooked on the BBQ, on the stove top or roasted in the oven, pork just tastes great. How to Cook a Crown Roast of Pork: Have your butcher prepare a pork crown roast. I like to cook the roast with a filling inside, so the stuffing can absorb the...

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National Hot Mulled Cider Day: The Fall Is Here
Sep30

National Hot Mulled Cider Day: The Fall Is Here

It’s National Hot Mulled Cider Day and the Fall of the year is when apple cider is at its very best! An especially delicious way to serve cider is with a little bit of rum, a few cinnamon sticks, sliced oranges and sugar to taste. Get the Recipe: How to Make Hot Mulled Apple Cider This beverage is particularly good in the cold weather of the Fall & Winter season, making it a perfect Holiday beverage too! Another nice way to...

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Baked Apples in National Apple Month
Sep01

Baked Apples in National Apple Month

An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Well, let’s keep him away for National Apple Month! Truer words have never been spoken. Actually, one apple a day isn’t enough for me. it is easily stored & carried for snacks, making it, well, just a perfect, little, health bomb that is crunchy, sweet & juicy. I usually purchase more than I think I’ll need because they are easily incorporated into salads and other...

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How to Make Quick Watermelon Rind Pickles
Apr26

How to Make Quick Watermelon Rind Pickles

So, as I keep eating watermelon, I keep on thinking about stories my mom has of my grandparents making watermelon rind pickles. Although I’ve never made them myself, nor eaten them, I want to try them. I asked my mother how she liked them when her parents made them and she said she never really liked them because they were too vinegar-y and that’s why she has never made them at home. Doing a little pondering, this is the...

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