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How to Bake Sausage Puffs: Tailgating Central
Jan27

How to Bake Sausage Puffs: Tailgating Central

Super Bowl baked Sausage Puffs are a real treat as a tailgating appetizer as part of your delicious spread. Make your Super Bowl delicious! How to Bake Sausage Puffs: You will need a few things… Type: Appetizer Recipe Serve with: dipping sauce Prep Time: 12 min Bake Time: 10 – 15 min Serves: 4 Ingredients: 1 pkg puff pastry 1 large pkg small pork sausages sprinkle cayenne pepper – to taste pepper – t0 taste...

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What’s to Celebrate on Moldy Cheese Day?
Oct09

What’s to Celebrate on Moldy Cheese Day?

“National Moldy Cheese Day?,” you may be thinking… I enjoy a piece of aged or moldy cheese, that’s for sure. If you find a piece of cheese covered in mold, don’t throw it out. It is still edible. A sharp knife will remove that thin layer of mold. With a paper towel, remove any sticking to the outside. Underneath the cheese is perfectly tasty. Popular mold cheeses are blue cheese, Gorgonzola, Cambozola,...

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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 Cook Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds
Sep11

How to Cook Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds

The season of Fall can play with our senses, just like the wind plays with the leaves in Autumn. These Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds will satisfy all of your human senses. Hearty beef steak marinated in your choice of flavors and simply grilled up and served with a gorgeous array of toasted sesame seeds coating the outside. A cherry or grape tomato fresh out of the garden is just what this toothpick appetizer...

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How to Cook Stained Glass Potatoes
Sep10

How to Cook Stained Glass Potatoes

Ahhh…the Fall harvest! We dig up our potatoes mostly in September and cut them into thin slices and create a beautiful window with them… We put some parsley in between, so that you can see it between the slices and voila! It’s like a stained glass window, well a potato window! These Stained Glass Potatoes are usually served alongside tiny, baby carrots. What a winner with adults & children alike. After all, who...

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‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Presentation from the 2012 Women in Finance Event: 3 Holiday Recipes
Nov12

‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Presentation from the 2012 Women in Finance Event: 3 Holiday Recipes

If you did not get the opportunity to come on out this past Thursday, November 8th to the 2012 Women in Finance Event in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada at Casablanca Winery Inn, then you certainly missed out on a great time with nearly 300 other like-minded ladies to network & enjoy an evening of Fun & Finance. No problem, though…Here’s the video of the presentation by Cooking with Kimberly’s web chef, Kimberly...

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How to Make Spicy Fig & Pistachio Tapenade with Cream Cheese
Nov08

How to Make Spicy Fig & Pistachio Tapenade with Cream Cheese

On so many occasions during the Holidays, you need some fabulous, quick, go-to recipes that can save you from not being prepared when an unexpected guest, and their family, show up at your door step to spread Holiday cheer… …Instead of panic setting in, wondering if you have anything to present to these friends or family to eat & drink that’s lovely…Afterall, you weren’t expecting them. No problem....

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How to Cook Bacon & Cheddar Stuffed Mushroom Caps
Nov07

How to Cook Bacon & Cheddar Stuffed Mushroom Caps

This is a recipe I developed especially for my very first episode of my new cooking show, “Cooking Adventures with Kimberly” for November’s Edition of Tonka Live Magazine. What better to start off with than an unbelievable appetizer to wake up those taste buds? Bacon & cheddar is a winning combination, and this particular recipe is something you’ll look forward to after a long day out on the terrain,...

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How to Cook Oysters on the Half Shell in a Bamboo Steamer
Apr23

How to Cook Oysters on the Half Shell in a Bamboo Steamer

Oysters are a real favorite in our household, and we prepare them in many different ways. Today, I’m sharing with you how to create a masterpiece of oysters in a bamboo steamer. If you don’t know how to use a bamboo steamer, check out that link and you’ll learn a lot. Not only does a bamboo steamer provide a healthy way to prepare food, but for this particular dish, it is extremely fast, only 2-3 minutes and...

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How to Cook Escargots on Garlic Toast
Jan17

How to Cook Escargots on Garlic Toast

Escargots, apparently, is not for the faint-hearted… …Either you can get over the fact that they are snails or you can’t. Plain and simple. LOL One word to the wise: These snails aren’t your average garden-variety snail. They are land snails specifically bred for this purpose. I have loved escargots from a very young age. In fact, I remember ordering them in restaurants for myself at 5 years of age with my...

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How to Cook Escargots Quickly
Jan01

How to Cook Escargots Quickly

New Year’s Eve is one of the days we will definitely eat escargot! Many people feel that escargot is a daunting dish not only to make, but to get over the fact that they’re eating snails. These aren’t your typical garden snail. They are specially raised specifically for this purpose and they are absolutely delicious. When I was a young child and my parents would take us out to eat at a fancy restaurant, they would...

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How to Cook Curried Mussels
Jan01

How to Cook Curried Mussels

Curried Mussels are a staple at our house for Friday nights, New Year’s Eve, birthdays & more! We typically used to make white wine & garlic mussels before we tried these bad boys… Here’s how to make them and enjoy them in such a delicious way! Curried Mussels: Spicy, creamy with the perfect tang & savoriness. These curried mussels will knock your socks off. The perfect appetizer or entrée, however you...

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How to Make Hors d’Oeuvres: Wild Mushroom Tassies

These may very well be the tastiest morsels to pop into your mouth. They just burst with flavor! ~ Kimberly Edwards Type: Appetizer Serve With: By themselves or with an arrangement of cherry tomatoes or other hors d’oeuvres Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 30 min Yield: ~ 4 dozen small muffin size, ~ 1.5 dozen large muffin size Ingredients for Tassie Shells: 1 slice Bread per tassie with crusts removed – When using small...

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