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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 Cook Pluma Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep10

How to Cook Pluma Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

Pluma Moos is an Eastern European recipe of fruit stew, perfect made & enjoyed in cooler weather. Either using fresh, seasonal fruit, or fruit you’ve frozen to save for a cold day, moos is a great way to get an easy dessert out of what you have with simple ingredients, and comfort food goodness. There are a wide variety of Moos Recipes on the site, if you look around. A larger family portion of moos can be made in a large...

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How to Cook Rhubarb Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep10

How to Cook Rhubarb Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

I just love pulling out my Stoneware Ramekins and cooking something hearty & delicious in them…Rhubarb Moos! …It’s the perfect time of year to break out these bad boys and explore the tastes of the world inside of your oven. Moos is an Eastern European fruit stew ate for dessert, or as a condiment for dinner. Now, I’ve shown you How to Cook Rhubarb Moos before, but in a large soup pot. These are individual...

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How to Cook Rhubarb Moos
Feb06

How to Cook Rhubarb Moos

This is Day Eight of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! It’s also SuperBowl today… So, we are still “cupboard cooking”. When I saw the beautiful lamb loin chops in the freezer, I also noticed our rhubarb we harvested in the summer, chopped & froze. Immediately, I thought of a great, hot dessert fit for this Canadian snow today. One of my favorite rhubarb recipes is our traditional Kasper Family Rhubarb...

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How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos
Dec05

How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos

In German Moos (pronounced “mouse”) is a “dried fruit sauce” or dessert stew. Often called “pluma moos” as well. It is most delicious, a dessert of love and amazing for the Holidays! Grandma Kasper was an amazing cook and everything she made was memorable! During the Holidays, this special Moos was a dessert, a treat, a snack and a wonderful addition to the flavors we remember being present during...

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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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Web Chef Review: Harvest Barn Local Niagara Rhubarb
May19

Web Chef Review: Harvest Barn Local Niagara Rhubarb

If you love this fruit, you’ll have to pick up some Harvest Barn Country Markets Local Niagara Rhubarb! Aside from the fact that we are able to get the freshest, tastiest rhubarb from our Niagara-on-the-Lake Harvest Barn Country Market, the rhubarb we got there was at its optimum point of ripeness. These bunches were perfect for cooking as in stewed rhubarb, rhubarb pie, rhubarb tarts, rhubarb fritters and we kind of enjoy it...

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Calling Hunters & Gatherers: Wild Foods Day
Oct28

Calling Hunters & Gatherers: Wild Foods Day

There are so many fine foods to celebrate on Wild Foods Day! The most interesting aspect of eating wild foods is that whether the foods are wild fowl, venison, beautiful & wild greens, mushrooms, rice & roots is that the flavors are earthier & cleaner tasting than their cultivated or domestic counterparts. Wild mushrooms have much more flavor than the ones available in your supermarket. Not too many folks these days have...

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2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day
Oct17

2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day

Four Prunes Day, it is, and below you’ll find a 2 great recipes made with prunes that you’ll love. Simple & delicious. Prune Facts: Prunes are freestone, purplish black plums, great for eating or cooking, and delicious dried for snacking. When dried, their sugar content is bumped up. This keeps them from molding or decaying. Storage is easy, and refrigeration is probably best, if you are keeping them for a prolonged...

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October Food Holidays & Events
Oct01

October Food Holidays & Events

Here are October 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. Eat Better, Eat Healthier Month: Eat Better, Eat Healthier Month: Easy Nutrition & Health Guidelines Eat Country Ham Month: Eat Country Ham Month: What It Is & How to Cook It Browse Ham recipes National Apple Month: How to Make...

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National Ethnic Foods Month: The Heart of Our Favorite Foods
Sep01

National Ethnic Foods Month: The Heart of Our Favorite Foods

National Ethnic Foods Month allows us to reflect upon the eclectic nature of our world today, the fusion of cuisine & culture, and the heart of our favorite foods. North America, being such a melting pot of cultures has brought us a wide variety of cuisines that speak to us of the many original homelands and their best loved foods. What is ethnic these days? Well, that’s all relative to you, your heritage or background and...

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Web Chef Review: Vyatka Ceramics Stoneware Ramekin Set with Fork
Aug30

Web Chef Review: Vyatka Ceramics Stoneware Ramekin Set with Fork

Perfect time to get organized for Fall weather & Fall cookin’. This is just the thing you’ll need this cool season to feed those hungry mouths at your house with some home cooked goodness with soul. This Stoneware Ramekin Set from Vyatka Ceramics has old-world charm coming from Kirov, Russia, but it provides you with all the “new age” benefits of cooking in stoneware. These ramekins are very non-stick, and...

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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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