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Web Chef Review: Everything Wine Aerator & 4 Wheel Foil Cutter Gift Set
Dec05
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Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Harvest White Truffle Oil Spritzer
Mar25

Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Harvest White Truffle Oil Spritzer

Napa Valley Harvest White Truffle Oil Spritzer adds an air of luxury to your culinary masterpieces! This spritzer is actually made with real truffle infused oil, and it truly outstanding. I love the taste of truffles and this white truffle oil is loaded with rich truffle flavor.Truffles have been touted “the diamond of the kitchen” by French gourmet, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. The spritzer makes it possible to conserve...

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How to Boil Corn on the Cob + Video
Aug31

How to Boil Corn on the Cob + Video

Keep it simple in the summertime with this recipe for How to Boil Corn-on-the-Cob! Corn on the cob, in season, has to be the best way to eat it. Even though I enjoy corn on the cob grilled in the husks or grilled without the husks for a change, Mom still prefers it boiled. Whether you prefer your corn-on-the-cob with butter or other fixins, this is a very easy way to prepare this vegetable of summer. How to Boil Corn-on-the-Cob: Corn...

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Web Chef Review: Olio Quattrociocchi Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Jun09

Web Chef Review: Olio Quattrociocchi Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This is what I say about Olio Quattrociocchi Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Harvest Barn Country Markets. This amazing olive oil, which is brought over from Italy and packaged here, is a high quality, first pressing extra virgin olive oil, winning an award as the world’s best extra virgin olive oil – Flos Olei. Note: When you purchase this product, it will be on display at Harvest Barn Country Markets without a label....

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Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Mar20

Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil

If you haven’t already tried it, check out Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This olive oil is made at a single estate, meaning they grow, harvest, press the olives, as well as manufacture the olive oil product, on their own premises. This is a contrast to others, who import their olives and may send them elsewhere to be handled and packed. The preference is to use single estate olive oils. Castelanotti Arbequina...

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How to Broil Lamb Chops + Video
Nov26

How to Broil Lamb Chops + Video

One of my mother’s favorite things to have for dinner is Broiled Lamb Chops. On this day, I wanted to treat her to some beautiful New Zealand Spring lamb chops. I’m not a real lover of lamb, so it’s all for her. This is a really basic recipe, as mom likes to just taste the lamb when enjoying this meat. However, if you are so inclined, feel free to coat in olive oil, sprinkle with pepper, and use some garlic to...

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How to Boil Eggs: Soft Boiled & Hard Boiled + Video
Sep25

How to Boil Eggs: Soft Boiled & Hard Boiled + Video

For those of you who are newbies to this whole cookin’ game, here’s a special post & show for you on How to Boil Eggs… Soft boiled eggs, hard boiled eggs, I like them and all of it in between. My favorite way to eat boiled eggs are soft and runny, so I can dip my toast into the goo. Man, that’s a tasty breakfast! Full of protein, these eggs are great on their own as a meal, or added to dishes like Niçoise...

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How to Make Quick Garlic Olive Oil + Video
Sep14

How to Make Quick Garlic Olive Oil + Video

This quick & handy, little recipe will do you well when you’re looking for infused garlic flavor. Oils do so well at transferring flavors of ingredients and pick up nuances quite easily. This simple recipe is perfect for when you’re in a pinch and ran out of your flavored olive oils, or if you don’t have fresh garlic on hand. There are many ways to “skin a cat,” so to speak, and this is but one of the...

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Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Jul03

Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil

I’m coming at you today with some really GREAT olive oil. Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a single estate virgin olive oil. That means, they grow, harvest & manufacture their olives right on site. Single Estates are very rare, anywhere. In Spain, there are two single estates that I know of, one being Castelanotti, and another similarly named. Based upon quality & price, we find that Spanish olive oils are...

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How to Soak Beans Overnight to Boil + Video
Feb22

How to Soak Beans Overnight to Boil + Video

Don’t think beans sound exciting?! Well, let me tell you… Beans are a staple in many cuisines from around the world. They are inexpensive and easy to use, if you know how to prepare them and cook them. Instead of buying canned beans, you can make your own at a fraction of the cost and without the preservatives and chemicals they add to keep them “fresh”. Beans are full of fiber that can lower cholesterol, among...

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How to Brew Cranberry Lemon Oil Iced Tea from Scratch
Jan09

How to Brew Cranberry Lemon Oil Iced Tea from Scratch

This is a lovely recipe perfect for the Holidays as an iced tea, but can be heated up as a hot tea as well to enjoy fire-side. Now, the recipe calls a cranberry syrup, also called cordial. I have included the link to the recipe and the cooking video tutorial for How to Make Cranberry Cordial. Only the peels or “shells” of the lemons are used in this recipe, and not in the typical way I often do it.  What I wanted to do was...

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How to Brew Lemon Oil Iced Tea + Video
Dec24

How to Brew Lemon Oil Iced Tea + Video

We all know I’m a tea lover, and I’m constantly switching up flavors at my house. Today, I’m going to show you a simple, yet ever-so-tasty recipe for How to Brew Lemon Oil Iced Tea. All you need are a few simple ingredients for something plainly delicious. Type: Tea Recipe Prep Time: 5 mins Brew Time: 5 mins Yield: 1 gallon The ingredients & instructions are listed below the video for measurements &...

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How to Boil Green Beans
Nov26

How to Boil Green Beans

Green beans are a staple side dish, in my humble opinion. They are super easy to prepare and cook, are tasty, healthy, and readily available most of the year in grocery stores. Green beans are also a great vegetable to grow in your home garden, cutting down on grocery costs, as they are pretty easy to grow. Enjoy these green beans alongside beef, chicken, pork and fish dishes alike, and afford them a place at your Holiday feast! Type:...

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