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How to Make Lavender Tapioca Pudding + Video
Sep08

How to Make Lavender Tapioca Pudding + Video

A favorite at our house is tapioca pudding, but a unique twist to that recipe is How to Make Lavender Tapioca Pudding. The lavender plants in my kitchen garden have matured beautifully this year, and I love to scent my lingerie drawers and linen closets with lavender, so adding lavender to food recipes is another exciting way to enjoy lavender. I infuse the milk in this recipe with a fresh lavender stalk and leaves, as well as adding...

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How to Cook Rosewater Tapioca Pudding
Aug09

How to Cook Rosewater Tapioca Pudding

If you’re looking for something different for dessert, don’t miss out on this recipe for Rosewater Tapioca Pudding! Who doesn’t love tapioca pudding? It’s one of the most comforting treats that is reminiscent of your childhood. It’s true food for the soul… Now that we’re all grown up and we’re looking for some adventure and that “je ne sais quoi“, try this stellar recipe and...

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How to Bake Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Rhubarb Pie + Video
Apr05

How to Bake Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Rhubarb Pie + Video

Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Rhubarb Pie is full of freshness, and a sweet & sour flavor you’ll crave over & over again. This is a great dessert recipe full of strawberry and rhubarb flavor, with a touch of balsamic vinegar, if you can believe that! Top that with a gorgeous, flaky, pastry pie crust, and you’re on your way to a favorite dessert… Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Rhubarb Pie: In this recipe I...

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How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie + Video
Nov23

How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie + Video

You’ll love this recipe for How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie! This recipe is probably the best of the best recipes I have done for an apple pie. An absolutely beautiful star-burst or flower pattern presentation you can create on your pie with the crimson-purple haskap berries in the center, this pie is a stunner. The flavor of apple & haskap goes so well together with plump, tender pieces of apple and the dried haskap berries...

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How to Bake Mom’s Rhubarb Pie
Jun20

How to Bake Mom’s Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb is so tasty and tangy when harvested in the Spring & Summer, and nothing quite matches the flavor of a Rhubarb Pie. This is a very simple, straight-forward rhubarb recipe, but the taste is simply delectable. How to Bake Rhubarb Pie: This is one of Kimberly’s favorite sweets I make. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min Bake Time: 1 hr Yield: one 9 or 10 inch pie Ingredients: approximately 2 – 2 1/2 lbs of...

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How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights
May08

How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights

My Mother is choosing what she would like us to make for Mother’s Day this year, and one of the treats Mom is looking forward to is Rhubarb Tarts. So tangy, sweet and fresh tasting, you will always find room for one more. How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts: Perfect for an elegant dessert, served with a dollop of whipped cream or crème fraîche and a mint leaf or a fresh, little berry on top. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min...

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Pudding Season Begins: Try Smores Bread Pudding
Oct01

Pudding Season Begins: Try Smores Bread Pudding

October 1st marks the beginning of National Pudding Season! Although you may be thinking about that tempting, traditional pudding that’s creamy, and maybe even chocolatey, those aren’t the only puddings around. On the savory side of things, Yorkshire pudding is not a dessert, yet is one of my favorite foods on this planet considered to be pudding. Of course, they must be made with roast beef drippings and slathered in...

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Web Chef Review: Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters
Sep15

Web Chef Review: Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters

Now, if Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters don’t sound divine to you, I can’t help you out… Bitters, if you are unsure, are used mainly in the bar industry. Many uses were considered to be out of style or sometimes retro. However, today’s mixologists have brought back the bitters, Baby! Bringing those often thought of outdated ingredients, right into the forefront showcasing wild and amazing flavors in all...

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How to Brew Rose Water Iced Tea + Video
Jan19

How to Brew Rose Water Iced Tea + Video

Today, I wanted to create a new iced tea flavor we haven’t had in a while. I love Rose Water, and if you’ve never tried it, and like the smell of roses, you may just like the flavor too. Rose Water does a marvelous job flavoring desserts, as well as beauty products alike. A fabulous pink coloration can color other foods, as well as impart an aroma that’s out of this world, and a flavor that is certainly one of my...

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How to Bake Apple Pie Quickbread
Aug31

How to Bake Apple Pie Quickbread

Apple Pie Quickbread is quick & easy to make, and just as speedy in disappearing! What sounds better than homemade apple pie? Not much, right? Well, today, I’m sharing with you my specially created recipe for my friends at Alpha Beta Pie (shout out to Jewlz Bailey), for Apple Pie Quickbread. This recipe is reminiscent of that wholesome, favorite, grandma-used-to-make pie flavors just about everyone LOVES, apple &...

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Can You Eat Roses & Rose Products? + Video
Jun30

Can You Eat Roses & Rose Products? + Video

One of my fans has asked me a Culinary Question about roses & rose products. Today, I want to address if you are able to eat/drink/use them in your food. Introducing “Culinary Questions with Kimberly”! Watch this video below to find out if you are able to, or not… Basically, it all depends upon one answer…whether the roses you are ingesting were organically grown, or non-organically grown. If they were not...

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How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki
May08

How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki

It is my pleasure to present to you today my very 1st special guest on my show, my mother – Ingrid Turner from IngridTurnerToday.com to show you how to bake a coveted family recipe that’s been passed down many generations to make it to your screen today, and hopefully, into your home & heart. This is a Russian or German Mennonite recipe called Pirozhki. Now, today, we will be filling it with the most traditional...

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How to Make Flavored Finishing Sugars
May06

How to Make Flavored Finishing Sugars

Most of the time, sugar is, well, just sugar…Right? True…However, there are times when flavoring sugar for desserts, drinks, fruits, etc. can be simply amazing and truly perfect! A little something different…that “je ne sais quoi”! Typically speaking, you don’t use a lot when you’re talking about finishing or flavored sugars. They are simply to enhance flavor and give a marvelous twist. So,...

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