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National Noodle Day: Oodles of Noodles
Oct06

National Noodle Day: Oodles of Noodles

Every culture, past & present, has an ethnic love of noodles. Such noodle dishes include lo mein, spaetzle, pastas like linguine & penne, dumplings and more. These dishes make up one of the richest & largest categories of the world’s cooking history. There is no doubt that Italy has made the greatest contribution to noodle history. Pasta, the Italian word for noodles, has become part of our every day language, as...

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Facts on Pastas & Noodles: National Pasta Month
Oct01

Facts on Pastas & Noodles: National Pasta Month

National Pasta Month brings with it an innumerable amount of noodle recipes to keep you going for years. Whether it’s classic Fettuccine with Cream Sauce or Roasted Butternut Squash Ravioli, as well as large baked stuffed shells or lasagna, it’s all so unbelievably tasty. In this day and age, pasta is available in many forms, ready to use and convenient to purchase from your grocer. Quick Pasta Facts: Pasta can be bought...

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March Food Holidays & Events
Mar01

March Food Holidays & Events

Here are March 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: National Fresh Celery Month: Napa Jack’s Cajun Caesar Cocktails Browse Celery recipes, Celery shows Pancake Sandwiches with Fruit & Stuffed Celery: School Lunch Ideas Article: For the Love of Celery Review: Fee...

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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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January Food Holidays & Events
Dec21

January Food Holidays & Events

Here are January 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: Bread Machine Baking Month: Rye & Cola Bread for the Bread Machine Browse Bread Machine recipes, Bread shows, Bread recipes, recipes with Bread Boxed Chocolate Bread for the Bread Machine Kimberly’s Yogurt...

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December Food Holidays & Events
Dec01

December Food Holidays & Events

Here are December 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. National Fruit Cake Month: Dark & Delicious Holiday Fruit Cake Browse Cake shows, Cake recipes Haskap Barmbrack Bread Cooking Shows: Cake Recipes + Reviews National Egg Nog Month: Kimberly’s Canadian Homemade Holiday Eggnog...

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Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Very Healthy Spiral Vegetable Slicer by VarietyLand
May06

Web Chef Review + Giveaway: Very Healthy Spiral Vegetable Slicer by VarietyLand

If you’re trying to eat healthier, the Very Healthy Spiral Vegetable Slicer by VarietyLand is something you should look into! It can be tough to get in all the fruits & veggies that our healthy diets require, especially for children. Make it fun with this spiral vegetable slicer that can make food more exciting. With 2 different sides equipped for 2 sizes of slicing, the Very Healthy Spiral Vegetable Slicer by VarietyLand...

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How to Cook Chicken a la King: Mother’s Day Delights
May09

How to Cook Chicken a la King: Mother’s Day Delights

This recipe for How to Cook Chicken a la King, is a very tasty dish, and even more so if the cooked chicken is grilled or roasted, which kicks up the flavor. This year, for Mother’s Day, Kimberly wanted to know what I wanted to eat for our festivities, which I thought was nice… So, this was one of the dishes I’ve been thinking about lately, and figured it would serve us fine for such an occasion. How to Cook Chicken...

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How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
May04

How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

I am so glad I have this recipe for How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna! A gorgeous fusion of Mexican, Italian & American ideas to deliver a fun lasagna with gooey cheese & a flavor marriage made in heaven, especially for a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. The crunchy tostadas are a nice touch topped with guacamole, salsa & sour cream. How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna: This is amazingly delicious and...

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A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce
Jan12

A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce

Super Bowl XLVIII is around the corner on February 2nd, 2014, and you will find hot sauce on tables around the globe! Any self-respecting foodie that’s tailgating on Super Bowl Sunday has to have hot sauce in abundance for this event… Hot sauce is a condiment of champions. It’s hot, spicy goodness spiked with flavor & high octane, goes perfectly in breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as savory beverages. Whether...

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How to Cook Roasted Turkey Broth from Scratch + Video
Nov15

How to Cook Roasted Turkey Broth from Scratch + Video

Whenever I hear the sniffles or a cough in my household, I’m cooking up some soup. Turkey Broth is perfect for just those times, since you usually roast off a turkey a few times every Holiday season. Save those turkey carcasses and bones that have had the meat removed, not eaten off, and either freeze them in a resealable, plastic bag or refrigerate and use quickly. There is a ton of flavor & goodness left in those bones,...

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How to Cook Chicken Soup: National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
Nov12

How to Cook Chicken Soup: National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day is November 12th, and it’s time to share the recipe for my Mom’s Chicken Soup. What would make you feel more loved than a steaming bowl of chicken soup made by the hands of your Mom or Grandmother? My Mom’s chicken soup was beyond delicious, and on top of that, she made her own delicious noodles or light, fluffy dumplings. I could smell it as I walked down the lane leading to...

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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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