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Boost Brain Power with 15 Smart Foods
Oct29

Boost Brain Power with 15 Smart Foods

Brain Foods are foods that boost brain power, increase brain function, protect and enhance memory, help to prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, protect the brain from degeneration, and improve focus for longer periods of time. Our brains are powerful, organic machines that control all movement, thought and sensation, while calculating our needs and reacting with super sonic speed. The amount of data stored as images, text...

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How to Make Roasted Broccoli & Blue Potato Salad with Warm Vinaigrette + Video
Jul29

How to Make Roasted Broccoli & Blue Potato Salad with Warm Vinaigrette + Video

This recipe for How to Make Roasted Broccoli & Blue Potato Salad with Warm Vinaigrette can be used as a side dish, for a full luncheon or picnic meal. The salad is so pretty with all the colors of the blue potatoes, broccoli and the herbs. Nutritious and delicious, I would recommend it to anyone. Topped with a tangy vinaigrette, and you’re all set! Roasted Broccoli & Blue Potato Salad with Warm Vinaigrette: The blue...

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How to Grill Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rubbed Eggplant + Video
Jul20

How to Grill Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rubbed Eggplant + Video

This delicious and quick recipe for How to Grill Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rubbed Eggplant is a great side dish to serve with any entrée. Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rub is a premium rub containing rosemary, fennel, chili flakes, chili powder, sugar, lemon peel and sun dried tomato – a great combination to impart optimum flavor to your eggplant dish. Since eggplant has such a neutral taste, it loves to absorb the flavors...

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Web Chef Review: Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rub
Jul18

Web Chef Review: Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rub

Napa Jack’s Napa Valley Rub is a premium rub from Wine Country Kitchens. Clearly visible are the various spices – rosemary, fennel seeds, sun dried tomato bits, onion bits, and you can smell the chilies, lemon peel and garlic. This fantastic rub comes in a convenient, sturdy, labelled, little reusable tin, with a see-thru twist top lid – perfect for storing in your spice cupboard. Find out about this product on this...

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How to BBQ Leg of Lamb: Father’s Day Flavor
Jun07

How to BBQ Leg of Lamb: Father’s Day Flavor

Doesn’t a Barbecued Leg of Lamb sound fabulous for Father’s Day? Father’s Day is coming up and Dads everywhere will be enjoying the opportunity to barbeque. A big chunk of meat on the grill just sounds like a manly meal. This leg of lamb will be very flavorful, so everyone will be asking for seconds. How to BBQ Leg of Lamb: Here’s a quick game plan for making this the tastiest leg of lamb you can with ease. You...

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How to Roast Leg of Lamb: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Roast Leg of Lamb: Easter Surprises

This recipe for How to Roast Leg of Lamb is ideal for a celebratory Easter dinner. How to Roast Leg of Lamb: Succulent and tender, leg of lamb is a satisfying entrée that is bursting with flavor. Type: Entrée Recipe Prep Time: 20 min Roast Time: approximately 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 hrs, depending on how well done you prefer your meat Yield: 12 servings Ingredients: one 8 – 10 lb leg of lamb 3 – 4 garlic cloves – cut into...

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How to Roast Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Roast Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing: Easter Surprises

Quail is one of the most tender & sweetest of the game birds and this recipe for Roasted Quail with Rice & Fruit Stuffing is prepared in such a way to bring out the best in flavors of the quail. We often serve quail for Easter dinner and what an impressive presentation to see the quail arranged on a large platter, on a huge bed of rice and garnished with lemon, cherry tomatoes, and an assortment of re-hydrated dry fruits. How...

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How to Roast Whiskey Basted Peameal Bacon
Mar15

How to Roast Whiskey Basted Peameal Bacon

Back-bacon isn’t just for breakfast anymore…try cooking a Whiskey-Basted Peameal Bacon Roast! Lovely for dinner alongside Colcannon or Boxty for a St. Patrick’s Day feast or Irish-inspired meal. Use Canadian whiskey & make this a true Canadian dish. How to Roast Whiskey-Basted Peameal Bacon: We are fans of peameal bacon at our house, and this roast is a lovely change from other peameal recipes we make. Type: Main...

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How to Cook Irish Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar14

How to Cook Irish Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Another wonderful recipe for Irish Stew of which all Irish households have their own version. Once again, each home boasts that theirs is the best… How to Cook Irish Stew: Type: Stew Recipe Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 45 min – 1 hr Yields: 8 servings Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 3 lbs boneless lamb 2 parsnips – peeled, cut into chunks 5 – 6 cups water or stock – as needed 5 potatoes – peeled &...

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How to Make a Bouquet Garni
Dec27

How to Make a Bouquet Garni

What is a Bouquet Garni? Well, it’s not a floral arrangement or a special garnish. Actually, bouquet garni is a combination of fresh herbs, vegetables &, at times, even coarsely crumbled spices, which are bundled in layered cheesecloth or they are tied up with a string in such a way to flavor soups, stocks & sauces. The herbs are tied up in such a way that the chef can remove them easily & quickly before serving,...

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A Celebration of Vinegars: National Vinegar Day
Nov01

A Celebration of Vinegars: National Vinegar Day

National Vinegar Day is a great day to experiment in your kitchen with this sour substance. Generally speaking, vinegars are the result of fermentation, and almost any liquid can be used in fermentation during the initial stage. They yeast action converts the sugars to alcohol. During the next stage, bacteria convert the alcohol into acetic acid. Vinegar can be made from grains or fruit. The various vinegars can be rich, mellow or...

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How to Cook Linda’s Au Gratin Potatoes: National Potato Day
Oct27

How to Cook Linda’s Au Gratin Potatoes: National Potato Day

We are kicking off National Potato Day with a bit of a history lesson on the potato, and then we eat deliciously with a recipe for Au Gratin Potatoes. Quick Potato History: After its introduction from South America to Europe, it took over 100 years for the potato to become accepted. It was even longer before North America decided to accept it, when the Irish immigrants brought it to our shores. Now, it is a leading food harvested...

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How to Cook It: National Chicken Cacciatore Day
Oct15

How to Cook It: National Chicken Cacciatore Day

National Chicken Cacciatore Day is here with celebrations of this classic, savory meal. In Italian, “cacciatore” means “hunter’s style” and there are countless versions of these recipes. Cacciatore is usually served with or on top of polenta. How to Cook Chicken Cacciatore: This tasty recipe for chicken cacciatore will dazzle your taste buds in a rustico fashion. Type: Main Dish Recipe Serve with: polenta...

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