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Web Chef Review: Ontario Cortland Apples at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct30

Web Chef Review: Ontario Cortland Apples at Harvest Barn Country Markets

I just love the autumn months, when you can smell apples in the air, like the Ontario Cortland Apples at Harvest Barn Country Markets. That’s apple farming country! Have you ever seen apples like these? These Cortland apples are unblemished, enormous, with a rosy red, crimson skin, marked with pale yellow, and dark red striations, green specks, and very shiny – all signs that they are super-fresh. The whole bag is full of...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Golden Delicious Apples at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct24

Web Chef Review: Ontario Golden Delicious Apples at Harvest Barn Country Markets

The season for harvesting Ontario Golden Delicious Apples has come, and you should see the fantastic beauties at Harvest Barn Country Markets. These locally grown, golden delicious apples are at the perfect stage of ripeness now, all juicy and crunchy and d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s. They are ready for making mouthwatering pies, to pack in your childrens’ lunches, to bake – smothered in brown sugar and marshmallows, making tasty...

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How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video
Oct01

How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video

In this delicious recipe for How to Make S’mores Mini Cones, I am excited to show you how a little imagination goes a long way towards the creation of a wildly dreamy-creamy, S’mores-like treat. S’mores have always been a particular favorite of mine, even though they tend to get a bit messy to eat. With chocolate pieces hidden in the bottom of the cute little mini cones, followed by a golden, gooey, partially-melted...

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How to Make B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Labor Day
Aug24

How to Make B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Labor Day

If you want an adult treat for your Labor Day cookout, try these B-52 Marshmallow Shots! The kids can enjoy roasting their marshmallows, and the adults can spike theirs with a tasty, alcoholic treat. If you enjoy B-52s, then you’ll fall in love with these festive sweets filled with Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream & Grand Marnier or Triple Sec. B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: These shots are especially nice to look at when...

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How to Make Nutella Cereal Treats
Aug19

How to Make Nutella Cereal Treats

Nutella Cereal Treats are a twist on an old classic, but maybe even better! These Nutella-infused bars are oh-so-good and a nice change kids & adults will both love with their hazelnut & chocolatey goodness. Nutella Cereal Treats: We love cereal treats at our house and I have tried a lot of fun variations on the cereals used, as well as other ingredients. Try experimenting with other creamy spreads too, even peanut butter....

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How to Make Red, White & Blue Curaçao Roasted Marshmallow Shots: 4th of July Fare
Jul03

How to Make Red, White & Blue Curaçao Roasted Marshmallow Shots: 4th of July Fare

The experience of enjoying Red, White & Blue Curaçao Roasted Marshmallow Shots is both patriotic & delicious… It satisfies our inner child that remembers roasting marshmallows on an open fire, as well as our being an adult with the colorful Blue Curaçao. Perfect for a 4th of July cookout, but these yummy shots are enjoyable on any occasion. It’s fun to have the marshmallows available around a campfire and each...

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How to Make Canadian Whiskey Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Canada Day Cookout
Jun29

How to Make Canadian Whiskey Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Canada Day Cookout

This recipe for Canadian Whiskey Toasted Marshmallow Shots is sure to be a hit and a delicious finish to any Summertime barbeque or party, especially for Canada Day! Most of us enjoy roasted marshmallows and this takes toasted marshmallows to new adult heights. How to Make Canadian Whiskey Toasted Marshmallow Shots: These marshmallows can be toasted on your campfire or bonfire at home, or an outdoor BBQ or grill. Type: Alcoholic...

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How to Bake Apples: Apple Day
Oct21

How to Bake Apples: Apple Day

October 21st is Apple Day, and this Baked Apple recipe is just what the doctor ordered… Even though apples are available in all seasons, they are at their best during the Autumn. Eating apples at their peak, when the air cools & sugars are developed, is prime time. To keep apples at their best, they should be stored refrigerated, and in plastic bags or in a cold, dry place (33 – 40 degrees F). Ideally, wrap each apple...

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How to Make Silky Chocolate Fondue Sauce: Sweetest Day
Oct19

How to Make Silky Chocolate Fondue Sauce: Sweetest Day

The 3rd Saturday in October marks Sweetest Day, and boy-oh-boy, this Silky Chocolate Fondue Sauce recipe is just what will satisfy your sweet tooth. The Sweetest Day, I can think of, would include a smorgasbord of sweet desserts, candies, cakes, pies, cookies, puddings, trifles, parfaits, fruit shortcakes, mousses & delicious ice cream, whipped cream & chocolate fudge toppings. Just picture what that would look like,...

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‘Tis National Fluffernutter Day: What are Fluffernutters?
Oct08

‘Tis National Fluffernutter Day: What are Fluffernutters?

What is a Fluffernutter? Good question! I wasn’t too sure myself, but once I tried one, I’ll never forget it. On this National Fluffernutter Day, let’s clear that right up for everyone… It’s a sandwich using peanut butter as the spread & enhanced with marshmallow creme on white bread. It is absolutely delicious! Sometimes, marshmallow creme is called Fluff or marshmallow fluff too. Every now and...

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How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video
May05

How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video

Happy Cinco de Mayo, firstly! You have found the BEST Cinco de Mayo recipe out there this year, hands down… These are probably my favorite cookies ever. They give you a spicy cinnamon flavor that rivals the best hot cinnamon hearts with the crunch of a cookie. They are easy to make, have exciting ingredients in them, they are ridiculously tasty, they are a great conversation piece, and are a killer midnight snack to boot. You...

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How to Bake Smores Bread Pudding
May01

How to Bake Smores Bread Pudding

One of my favorite ways to use extra bread is to make bread pudding. Not only is it super easy, but it’s inexpensive and really tasty as well. Being that I lived in Texas & Louisiana for University, I learned a lot about Soul Food Recipes & Southern food in general. This is a real All-American dish, not just because it’s bread pudding, but because Smores is a very Americana type of dessert made at bonfires across...

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How to Make Cardamom Hot Chocolate
Apr27

How to Make Cardamom Hot Chocolate

It’s Spring in Canada and the sun is shining, but don’t let that fool you… …It’s only about 10 degrees above freezing today, which means it’s chilly! On my break from working online today, I decided I wanted a cup of homemade hot chocolate, but not just ANY hot chocolate. I want to kick it up and make it much more interesting by adding some kind of interesting flavor. I thought of a few and have...

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