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Web Chef Review: Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready to Bake Tart Shells
Jun01

Web Chef Review: Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready to Bake Tart Shells

We’ve had the opportunity to use Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready-to-Bake Tart Shells, and this is what we say about these gems. Molly B’s is a Canadian company, and I got these tart shells at my local Harvest Barn Country Market in Niagara-on-the-Lake. These tart shells are not only gluten-free, but also easy to take out of your freezer and pop them directly into the oven. Find out about this product on this...

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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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How to Start Sunflower Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden + Video
May04

How to Start Sunflower Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden + Video

If you love these sun-worshiping flowers, then here’s How to Start Sunflower Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden. If ever there was a flower that just looks happy, sunflowers are the right choice. Whether you want to brighten up your kitchen garden‘s countenance, you enjoy harvesting & snacking on their seeds, or you want to make the birds happy, you will be happy you started your sunflowers early, so you can...

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How to Start Bean Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden + Video
May04

How to Start Bean Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden + Video

If you’ve never planted a kitchen garden at home, or you just haven’t had much luck with your green thumb, this tutorial for How to Start Bean Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable Garden is very helpful. There is such excitement when you go out to your vegetable garden and have the opportunity to pick beautiful bush or pole beans for your family dinner, only to notice that the next day, the plants have replenished...

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How to Start Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable & Herb Garden + Video
May03

How to Start Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable & Herb Garden + Video

The hot topic today is How to Start Seedlings Indoors for the Vegetable & Herb Garden, and this was a fun show to film with Mom. In this day and age, where every food item you wish to purchase costs so much, it is beneficial for you to start a veggie garden and herb garden in your own yard, so you can have fresh vegetables, and as many as you want when they ripen. Many crops can be frozen to enjoy during the Winter months when...

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How to Make Creamy Tartar Sauce
Dec22

How to Make Creamy Tartar Sauce

This Creamy Tartar Sauce is a perfectly ideal accompaniment to fish. How to Make Creamy Tartar Sauce: Though my recipe uses parsley, other herbs are quite delicious added to this sauce as well. You could try tarragon or chives. Type: Sauce Recipe Serve with: fish & lemon wedges Prep Time: 8 min Yields: 1 1/3 cups Ingredients: 1 cup mayonnaise 1 large egg – hard boiled; finely chopped 2 tbsp sweet pickles or green relish...

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How to Cook Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets
Sep27

How to Cook Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets

A steaming platter of Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets gives you a true Fall feeling. These little tidbits use any sliced bread rolled out and cut into rounds for your crust. They are lower in calories & fat, as well as much less work than making tartlet shells out of pastry dough. This recipe can be used as an appetizer or hors d’oeuvres, but you may end up eating a bunch of them for a meal because they are so good. A...

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How to Make Bread Crust Date Butter Tartlets
Nov07

How to Make Bread Crust Date Butter Tartlets

One of my very favorite desserts or treats, since I was a little girl, is butter tarts. Now, I don’t prefer them with nuts at all, and love them with raisins, but want to give you a great option, especially wonderful for Holiday Cooking. Something you may not know, or may take for granted, is that butter tarts are thought of as a typically Canadian dessert. You never know who is going to show up unexpectedly at your door during...

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Cooking with Kimberly Skype Cooking Classes Start Tuesday July 17th
Jul12

Cooking with Kimberly Skype Cooking Classes Start Tuesday July 17th

Ever wanted to Learn How to Cook?   Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 @ 7:30 pm EST will be the very 1st Cooking With Kimberly Live, Skype Cooking Class. In order to Register for this next week’s class, pre-order using the “Buy Now” Button Below…   By pre-purchasing a class for $9.97, we will be able to add you on Skype and get you set up as a viewer for the Cooking with Kimberly Class for the next Tuesday....

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Start Defrosting Your Turkey Tonight
Dec22

Start Defrosting Your Turkey Tonight

This is a friendly reminder that if you have a large bird, oh say, 20 lbs or more, you will want to take it out of the freezer for Christmas on the night of the 22nd. Just put it in your roasting pan in the packaging it comes in, and place the roaster pan lid on top. Leave it somewhere cool, not overly warm, like a back hallway or something of the sort. It will slowly thaw through, and be ready for Christmas morning to start the...

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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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April Food Holidays & Events
Apr01

April Food Holidays & Events

Here are April 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 BLT Sandwich Month: How to Make Club Sandwiches Browse Sandwich recipes, Sandwich & Burger shows Browse Bacon recipes, Bacon shows Cooking Shows: Sandwich Recipes + Reviews National Florida Tomato Month:...

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Web Chef Review: La Chinata Bitter Sweet Smoked Paprika Powder
Mar27

Web Chef Review: La Chinata Bitter Sweet Smoked Paprika Powder

La Chinata Bitter Sweet Smoked Paprika Powder will kick your kitchen pantry to the next level of deliciousness! When you purchase bitter sweet smoked paprika, you expect to taste a bitter component that wakes up your taste buds, with a sultry, smokey background and a sweetness to round it all out. Well, that is exactly what La Chinata gives you with their bitter sweet smoked paprika. La Chinata Bitter Sweet Smoked Paprika Powder:...

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