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Web Chef Review: The Colorado Barkery Gourmet Dog Treats – How to Bake Doggy Biscuits
Sep22

Web Chef Review: The Colorado Barkery Gourmet Dog Treats – How to Bake Doggy Biscuits

Today, I decided to treat my dogs to something amazing. I wanted to do something special for them like bake them some doggy treats. Just before I started a batch from scratch, I remembered seeing a bag of dog treat mix from The Colorado Barkery. So, I decided to go in that direction. Try it out, use it up, and do a review for you all as well. The mix is super easy to use. You put it in a large mixing bowl, add 1 cup of warm water (but...

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How to Bake Mint and Parsley Doggy Biscuits

There are times (yes, believe it or not) when my dogs have breath that’s, well, not that fresh. These are tasty, healthy and will freshen their breath too. Plus, you’ll know exactly what went into them to ease your mind that your dogs are eating real food that’s good for them. I love my dogs so much and I’m always baking them special, little treats. You should see their faces light up – they just know...

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How to Bake Homemade Doggy Biscuits – Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

I posted last night on my TerrierLover.com website the Know-How to make doggy biscuits from scratch at home with healthy, organic ingredients, without preservatives that your pooches will absolutely love!!! I mean…they’ll go crazy for these babies! Check out this post to find out how: Everything But the Kitchen Sink Homemade Doggy Biscuits This post is chocked full of ideas, tips and how-tos on making your own homemade dog...

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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 Grill Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly: Victoria Day Recipes
May11

How to Grill Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly: Victoria Day Recipes

Smokey, gooey & delicious is what you’re in store for with Grilled Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly – perfect for Victoria Day weekend entertaining! I just love brie, a fabulously creamy cheese that’s soft on the inside and has a lovely rind on the outside. This rind will help us keep it all together while grilling a wheel of brie. Complete with grill marks & creamy deliciousness, this appetizer will rock...

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7 Tips for Flakier Scones: How to Bake Flaky Scones
Jan27

7 Tips for Flakier Scones: How to Bake Flaky Scones

Scones & biscuits are simple & quick to make with delicious results. This Scottish treat is light, fluffy & flaky goodness ensues when you follow a few tips for baking scones below… Tips for Baking Scones: Taking it easy when kneading the scone dough will yield flaky scones. Cutting in the shortening with a pastry blender or 2 knives until the mixture is the consistency of coarse cornmeal, instead of touching the...

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How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs
Dec28

How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs

Tomato Dumplings are hearty & full flavored – perfect for any day of the week. An acquaintance revealed that one of her favorite & most delicious dishes made by her mom, they named tomato dumplings. Whenever her own family visited her mother, she requested tomato dumplings. In reviewing the recipe, I have found that it is much more than just tomato dumplings! How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs: We, too, have...

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How to Make Hot Berry Sauce
Dec21

How to Make Hot Berry Sauce

Hot Berry Sauce is lovely for dessert over vanilla ice cream, biscuits, pancakes, pound cake or cornbread. It’s so versatile & easy to make using any choice of berries you have on hand or prefer. How to Make Hot Berry Sauce: My recipe yields about 2 cups of berry sauce. Type: Sauce Recipe Serve with: vanilla ice cream, biscuits, pancakes, cheesecake, pound cake or cornbread Prep Time: 5 min Cook Time: 8 – 10 min...

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How to Make Ice Cream Sandwiches at Home
Sep20

How to Make Ice Cream Sandwiches at Home

Ice Cream Sandwiches are a real treat for young & old. Of course, they can be purchased all ready and pre-packaged, but it’s easy to make them too, and have them handy in your freezer. Experiment with different flavors of ice cream, cookies as well as additions like sprinkles, fruit, caramel, syrup, jam…Oh boy! Shucks, if you really wanted to, you could bake your own cookies too… Type: Dessert Recipe Serve with:...

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Bake Up Some of that National Biscuit Month…Mmm
Sep01

Bake Up Some of that National Biscuit Month…Mmm

Oooh, ahhh, ohhh…It’s National Biscuit Month, and we need to bake some up ourselves. What a pleasure it will be to celebrate then, to eat biscuits. I could eat biscuits at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just beautiful, buttered, light biscuits fresh from the oven slathered with syrup, homemade jam, or even like the Southerners do, with a tasty cream gravy! Mmm…my mouth is watering already! Nobody could beat my...

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September Food Holidays & Events
Sep01

September Food Holidays & Events

Here are September 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. National Biscuit Month: Bake up Some of that National Biscuit Month…Mmm Buy Cookie Sheets & Cooling Racks National Breakfast Month: Wake Up! It’s National Breakfast Month Browse Breakfast recipes Watch Kimberly’s...

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The English and Tea

Personally, I love English or British food, but many people often complain about their ideas about cuisine… What expertise people can NEVER take away from the English is their tea! (You might have seen my posts about my English Nanny and PG Tips! LOL) They take their tea drinking very seriously…There are specific rules and times they sit down to have tea! It’s an important thread in the quilt of their existence. I...

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My English Nanny’s Tasty Tidbits

When I was young, I had an English nanny, Doreen. She was a rather influenial part of MyLife. What an amazing lady that I loved so much. She was so sweet to me, my sister and my family! She always made sure we’d eaten and had something to drink in traditional English style, and that I was prim and proper in a clean, beautiful outfit! I’ve spoken of her before on my blog when talking about making Southern Style Sweet Brewed...

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