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How to Make Blue Cheese Dip with Walnuts: Memorial Day Celebrations
May18

How to Make Blue Cheese Dip with Walnuts: Memorial Day Celebrations

This recipe for How to Make Blue Cheese Dip with Walnuts is an elegant and delicious way to dip pear slices, apple slices, figs cut into quarters, to spread on French Bread, or serve on crackers. How to Make Blue Cheese Dip with Walnuts: If you are serving this dip with fruit, be sure to sprinkle the fruit with lemon before serving to prevent the fruit from browning. Type: Dip Recipe Prep Time: 10 min Yield: 1 1/2 cups Ingredients: 1...

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How to Bake Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake
Dec11

How to Bake Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake

In our house, we love Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake with warm spices and delicious dried fruits, always reminds me of the aromas of the Holidays. Even those, who say they don’t like fruitcake, rave about this Dark Brandied Christmas Fruitcake. It just isn’t Christmas, if our favorite fruitcake isn’t on our dessert platter of goodies. Note: This recipe calls for nuts, and since some people don’t eat nuts, I...

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Web Chef Review: Italian Chestnuts at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct18

Web Chef Review: Italian Chestnuts at Harvest Barn Country Markets

I am so excited to bring you some information about Italian Chestnuts at Harvest Barn Country Markets. These gorgeous, plump, Italian chestnuts are shiny and super fresh – some of the nicest chestnuts you can find. If you have never tried them, now is a good time to do so and impress your family and guests by adding these super-tasty chestnuts to your recipe repertoire. Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say...

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How to Make Creamy Broccoli Salad: Father’s Day Flavor
Jun10

How to Make Creamy Broccoli Salad: Father’s Day Flavor

This lovely recipe for How to Make Creamy Broccoli Salad is delicious any time of the year, but especially nice for Spring and Summer outdoor parties and dinners. Crunchy, creamy, and uber delicious, you get great taste with a nutritional edge, when you make this salad using raw broccoli. How to Make Creamy Broccoli Salad: This recipe is a nice change from potato salad or macaroni salad. Type: Salad Recipe Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time:...

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Memorial Day Menu Ideas to Celebrate
May23

Memorial Day Menu Ideas to Celebrate

Memorial Day Menu Ideas are fun to come up with, as you envision being outdoors, hopefully grilling, and hanging out with your favorite people in the sun. What we have in store for you is a sampling of some appetizers, a salad dressing, a great traditional salad, a tasty entrée and frozen desserts. Memorial Day is not only a day to remember our veterans & soldiers taking part in the protection of our freedoms around the world,...

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How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé
Dec26

How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé

A Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé is light, fluffy & ever-so-tasty. Beautiful served alongside a roast beef dinner as a marvelous contrast, and even in replacement of mashed potatoes. How to Bake Goat Cheese & Walnut Soufflé: The recipe requires an 8 cup soufflé dish. This soufflé can be made ahead & refrigerated as long as 7 days prior to serving. It may deflate somewhat, and it’s always better to serve...

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How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day
Nov17

How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day

National Baklava Day can be so much more amazing with this Homemade Baklava. Baklava is made using phyllo sheets, which are paper-thin pastry used in much of the Middle East & Greece. The ingredients for this most delectable pastry are quite simple, using just flour & water, but it takes some skill to mix, knead & stretch this pastry to obtain that almost see-through result. Tips for Using Phyllo Dough: The store bought...

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How to Roast Figs with Ricotta: National Fig Week
Nov01

How to Roast Figs with Ricotta: National Fig Week

The 1st week of November is National Fig Week, and I’m sharing with you a recipe for Roasted Figs with Ricotta. There are hundreds of varieties of figs, and they come in many shapes, sizes & colors. In the USA, figs are grown mostly in California. Most figs are dried when purchased, but each year, we find more & more fresh figs at our local supermarkets. The two most familiar names of figs are Calimyrnas, and the...

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How to Make Granola: National Oatmeal Day
Oct29

How to Make Granola: National Oatmeal Day

National Oatmeal Day is here, and oatmeal isn’t just for breakfast… It’s versatile as lunch, used in breads & other baking, as well as snacks and the like. Oatmeal Nutrition: When it comes to nutritional value, oats have it. This is especially so for fiber in oatmeal. Half is insoluble, which helps digestion, and the other half is soluble, which lowers cholesterol. All oats are whole grain. Types of Oatmeal: Oats...

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Are You a Little Nutty? It’s National Nut Day
Oct22

Are You a Little Nutty? It’s National Nut Day

National Nut Day is here, and we have yet another reason to be “nutty.” Seeds, like pecans & walnuts, fruit like lychee nuts or legumes like peanuts, they all contain fats & protein. Chestnuts & cashews do not fall into this category. Nuts contain very little starch. Their oils carry flavor and nutrition, and nut texture is so appealing, we enjoy the contrast when added to recipes. Most nuts are eaten ripe...

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How to Bake Date Nut Bread: National Date Nut Bread Day
Sep08

How to Bake Date Nut Bread: National Date Nut Bread Day

September 8th is National Date Nut Bread Day, and this Date Nut Bread recipe will soothe your senses & your taste buds. Quick breads like date nut bread are delightfully tasty. Made with nuts & fruit, they remain moist & store well. If keeping them for more than 1 day or 2, it’s best refrigerated or frozen. How to Bake Date Nut Bread: The addition of different types of nuts, and even fresh apple chunks, makes this an...

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How to Make Green & Red Pepper Jelly Cream Cheese Spread

This is so simple and the colors are absolutely perfect for the Holidays! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Appetizer Serve With: A delicious variety of crackers & biscuits Prep Time: 7 min Yield: 1 brick of spread Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Place creamed cheese brick on a pretty serving platter. 2. Spoon 3 tbsp red pepper jelly on half of the creamed cheese, and 3 tbsp green pepper jelly on the other half of the creamed cheese, so...

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How to Bake Kimberly’s Incredible Carrot Cake
Mar16

How to Bake Kimberly’s Incredible Carrot Cake

Kimberly’s Incredible Carrot Cake is hoppingly scrumptious! Perfect for Easter-time – bunnies do love carrots… Moist & delicious, yet light & fluffy at the same time, this carrot cake will dazzle your taste buds & satisfy your sweet tooth, especially when topped with Kimberly’s Creamed Cheese Icing. A traditional combination for this festive event! Kimberly’s Incredible Carrot Cake: There is...

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