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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 Haskap Apple Pie + Video
Nov23

How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie + Video

You’ll love this recipe for How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie! This recipe is probably the best of the best recipes I have done for an apple pie. An absolutely beautiful star-burst or flower pattern presentation you can create on your pie with the crimson-purple haskap berries in the center, this pie is a stunner. The flavor of apple & haskap goes so well together with plump, tender pieces of apple and the dried haskap berries...

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How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin + Video
Oct22

How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin + Video

I am super excited to share this recipe with you for How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin. This delicious, savory recipe gives you a chance to enjoy the taste of pumpkin for recipes other than pumpkin pie. I am happy to serve this lovely soup cooked right inside the pumpkin, which is so attractive, healthy and fun! Essentially, the pumpkin is the pot. This soup gets to cook inside of the pumpkin, giving it some amazing flavor,...

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How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video
Sep11

How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video

I am excited to show you How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles with my amazing Mother! The recipe my mother uses is one where she combined my German grandmother’s recipe, and my Ukrainian grandmother’s recipe, and she came out with her own recipe which, in my opinion is the best of two worlds. Our family is wild about mom’s dill pickles. When I was away at university, mom and dad used to stock up my pantry, always...

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How to Cook Seared Duck Breasts with Fig Sauce: Mother’s Day Delights
May06

How to Cook Seared Duck Breasts with Fig Sauce: Mother’s Day Delights

You need to read about How to Cook Seared Duck Breasts with Fig Sauce! Doesn’t that sound fabulous? This year, my daughter asked me what I would like for my Mother’s Day celebrations, and I’ve gotten together a few wonderful recipes that I’d like to enjoy on my Day… How to Cook Seared Duck Breasts with Fig Sauce: Scrumptious with a gorgeously seared duck breast, and a sweet, acidic sauce that will wow you...

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How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Apr28

How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Quinoa, being an ancient super grain, is one food you should, by all means, include in your diet often, and this recipe for How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad is very tasty & healthy. Once you taste this salad, you will wish to serve frequently, especially when preparing Mexican food. This show is brought to you by the Cooking with Quinoa Cookbook. How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad: This red milled variety of quinoa, I used in this...

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How to Cook Boxty: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar13

How to Cook Boxty: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Boxty is a traditional Irish recipe for a potato pancake containing both mashed and grated potatoes, giving you the experience of both pancake & hash browns in one. What a good choice for breakfast or supper! It goes well with many other ethnic cuisines as well. I think it would be delicious with smoked salmon, in place of other kinds of pancakes like crepes or blini, served with sour cream or creme fraiche. Salmon is one of the...

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How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes
Dec28

How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes

Russian Pancakes are always a treat around our house. There are so many kinds of pancakes, I hardly know where to begin. Pancakes or griddle cakes can be prepared to serve as appetizers, breakfast, lunch or supper, treats or as desserts & snacks. They can be prepared on your kitchen stove, table-side, a BBQ grill pan or electric griddle. Regardless of what one calls them, pancakes, crepes, blintzes, griddle cakes, batter cakes or...

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How to Cook Southern Greens
Dec26

How to Cook Southern Greens

If you want to cook a great Southern meal, you want to be sure you perfect How to Cook Southern Greens! In the American South, two or more kinds of greens are frequently cooked together & serve as side dishes, especially with Holiday dinners. Oh, my…the way they are prepared is ever so delicious, and of course, with rich Holiday meals, greens are typical of what we tend to crave. It’s almost a contest to find who...

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How to Cook Mincemeat for the Holidays
Nov18

How to Cook Mincemeat for the Holidays

Not exactly sure what Mincemeat is? Not many people do, but it is a traditional dish made in those regions where the World was colonized British, in general. There are variations in Australia, Canada, USA, northern Europe, Ireland & South Africa. How to Cook Mincemeat: The recipe I’m sharing for my mincemeat is one which yields enough for 6 pies. Tip: If you’re going to go through all of this effort to make mincemeat,...

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How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: National Vichyssoise Day
Nov18

How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: National Vichyssoise Day

National Vichyssoise Day is November 18th, and here’s a great recipe I’ve tried to reinvent. Vichyssoise is a soup I first tasted when I traveled to Spain, not France. It was a very hot day & the vichyssoise was served icy cold, and every-so-tasty. How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: My recipe is as close as I could come to the soup I had in Spain. Type: Soup Recipe Serve with: fresh, crusty bread & garnishes –...

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How to Roast Figs with Ricotta: National Fig Week
Nov01

How to Roast Figs with Ricotta: National Fig Week

The 1st week of November is National Fig Week, and I’m sharing with you a recipe for Roasted Figs with Ricotta. There are hundreds of varieties of figs, and they come in many shapes, sizes & colors. In the USA, figs are grown mostly in California. Most figs are dried when purchased, but each year, we find more & more fresh figs at our local supermarkets. The two most familiar names of figs are Calimyrnas, and the...

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How to Make Pretzels from Scratch: National Pretzel Day
Oct26

How to Make Pretzels from Scratch: National Pretzel Day

National Pretzel Day is here, and it’s also National Pretzel Month. If you’ve never made pretzels before in your life, don’t let them intimidate you to venture out and make from scratch. You can do it. Hot, chewy pretzels are hard to resist an the aroma so appeals to our taste buds. How to Make Large Pretzels: Pretzels are relatively easy to make & are able to be stored in airtight containers for as long as 3...

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