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How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video
Dec11

How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video

Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble is sure to be a new family favorite for dessert. This treat is a homey and filling dessert that is just as appropriate for serving after a dinner party as it is at a potluck meal, with simple and satisfying ingredients. Although you could end a backyard summer BBQ or a holiday buffet with this amazing apple crumble, I do enjoy it most during the colder weather in the fall and winter,...

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How to Cook Napa Jack’s Oven-Roasted BBQ Chicken Drumsticks + Video
Aug09

How to Cook Napa Jack’s Oven-Roasted BBQ Chicken Drumsticks + Video

This recipe for How to Cook Napa Jack’s Oven-Roasted BBQ Chicken Drumsticks makes for a satisfying, hearty entrée. No grill? No problem! You can always oven roast your chicken with BBQ sauce and still reap some tasty benefits similar to grilling. A combination of Napa Jack’s Poultry Rub for Chicken & Fish, and Napa Jack’s Original BBQ Sauce marry flavors to make a harmonious chicken recipe that is sure to please....

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How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: Father’s Day Flavor
Jun12

How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: Father’s Day Flavor

This recipe for Iced Orange Grog with Rum is a drink we like to serve when the man of the house is doing some outdoor cooking. Thus, he and his friends can enjoy a nice, refreshing, adult drink while they play chef. This beverage can be made with or without alcohol, if you so desire. How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: You can serve the drinks in a punch bowl but we prefer to prepare a tray full of drinks in tall glasses, garnished...

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How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls
Dec23

How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls

Some folks relate their Christmas Joys to their annual indulgence in delicious Rum Balls. However, these rum balls are perfect throughout the New Year’s Holiday too! How to Make Chocolate Rum Balls: My recipe yields about 72 one-inch rum balls. These dainties have more flavor if they’re allowed to age somewhat. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve with: confectioners sugar Prep Time: 30 – 40 min Cook Time: 2 min Storage: up to...

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National Rum Punch Day Recipe for the Holiday Season
Sep20

National Rum Punch Day Recipe for the Holiday Season

National Rum Punch Day offers us all a chance to brush up on our rum knowledge, as well as celebrate the beauty of its flavor when mixed with other ingredients, or all alone on the rocks… Distilled from sugarcane juice or the sugarcane molasses. Rum is a traditional alcoholic part of the many tropical type drinks we enjoy. It is produced primarily in South America & the Caribbean. Certain rums coming from Jamaica, Martinique...

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How to Separate Chicken Quarters into Drumsticks & Thighs
Jan16

How to Separate Chicken Quarters into Drumsticks & Thighs

Ah…Chicken Quarters… They are often such a great price at the store, much less money than for the drumsticks or thighs broken down already. …But what to do with them? They are big and clunky for kids. Many people just find them to be too “labor-some” on their plates to eat, or they “creep” them out – believe it…I’ve heard it before. So, here’s how to solve your dilemma!...

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How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice
Nov24

How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice

Tonight, I decided to just wing it in the kitchen for dinner, and also even thought I would allow you to be privy to my thought process when I cook a dinner at home. Let me set the Scene:  I had no idea what I was going to cook. I needed dinner ready, like “Now“.  All I knew is that I was going to make chicken drumsticks because that’s the first thing to decide…what meat to use. The chicken drumsticks were the...

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How to Bake Apricot Sesame Breadcrumb Cookies
Sep19

How to Bake Apricot Sesame Breadcrumb Cookies

Last night, my sweet tooth got the better of me, and I had a few moments to spare… …so I wanted something that was a bit sweet, maybe warm and really delicious, maybe reminiscent of being a tiny bit healthy too would be good, to alleviate the guilt! LOL So, I thought I would make some breadcrumb cookies after looking through my ingredients and what I had in the pantry. I dreamed up a bit of an Asian inspired flavor, as I...

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How to Bake Breadcrumb Chocolate Chip Cookies
Aug22

How to Bake Breadcrumb Chocolate Chip Cookies

As I was searching my brain for something to make for a sweet treat tonight, I thought of making some cookies. Oatmeal raisin crossed my mind, as did chocolate chip cookies, maybe with a bit of oatmeal in them even. However, then a grand idea hit me for a really interesting and unique option for cookies that I’ve never heard of myself, nor tried making before… I have a lot of different flavored bread crumbs in my pantry...

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How to Make Breadcrumbs at Home
May06

How to Make Breadcrumbs at Home

Bread crumbs…something you’ll need to cook in your kitchen at some point… …what a pain in the booty to have to run to the store and buy a container of bread crumbs. Especially when you can easily make them in your own kitchen from scratch in less time than running to the store and back to buy them. You may use whatever type of bread you prefer or whatever you may have at home. Savory & sweet breads can work...

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How to Bake Feijoa and Apple Crumble New Zealand Style
Apr29

How to Bake Feijoa and Apple Crumble New Zealand Style

Today, I was so pleasantly surprised and honored to see a cooking video made for me, Kimberly Edwards, by a very dear friend I’ve known for nearly 20 years that I traveled with in Australia, Lisa MacKinnon, and her daughter, Talia. Lisa & Talia are die-hard CookingWithKimberly.com fans and created a recipe and video for Kimberly Edwards today for Feijoa & Apple Crumble.  The video keeps freezing at certain points, but...

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How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut
Aug01

How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut

It’s summertime! Instead of making banana bread with your extra ripe bananas, make something else that can be served cool and that amplifies summer flavors… Why not make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut and feel like you’re on an island? That’s what I did tonight, and you’ll be so glad you did, if you go ahead and try this Pudding Recipe. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve With: Homemade Whipped Cream, if...

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Exciting Ideas on How to Crust Meat with Crumbs
Jul04

Exciting Ideas on How to Crust Meat with Crumbs

I often get bored of using the same old bread crumbs. So, I simply don’t! I will often use different kinds of bread, toast it and pulverize it into crumbs. Try using rye bread, wheat breads, different grain breads. I also love using different kinds of chips and crackers for an exciting new crust on meats and special vegetables such as for Eggplant Parmesan. Try using potato chips, tortilla chips, or pulverized crackers like...

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