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Web Chef Review: Ontario Hot Cherry Peppers at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Nov05

Web Chef Review: Ontario Hot Cherry Peppers at Harvest Barn Country Markets

I got these beautiful, bright red, Ontario Hot Cherry Peppers at Harvest Barn Country Market in Niagara-on-the-Lake. This basket of hot, cute, little peppers are very fresh and shiny, making them perfect for canning. These cherry peppers have also been referred to as hot pimento peppers. There is also a sweet variety of pimento peppers. Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food: My parents used to can hot...

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How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls + Video
Oct03

How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls + Video

Autumn is here and it’s time to learn How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls! I look forward to the Fall harvesting months, and especially handing out goodies for Halloween. I find that the “old-fashioned” treats are falling by the wayside these days, pushed out by packaged candy treats & bags of chips. My Mother used to make caramel corn balls, candy apples & fudge, and I try to keep that tradition alive...

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How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video
Oct01

How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video

In this delicious recipe for How to Make S’mores Mini Cones, I am excited to show you how a little imagination goes a long way towards the creation of a wildly dreamy-creamy, S’mores-like treat. S’mores have always been a particular favorite of mine, even though they tend to get a bit messy to eat. With chocolate pieces hidden in the bottom of the cute little mini cones, followed by a golden, gooey, partially-melted...

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How to Make Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps: School Lunch Ideas
Sep17

How to Make Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps: School Lunch Ideas

Mozzarella Balls with Tomatoes & Hummus Wraps is a nutritious meal for your kids to take with them to school. Moms everywhere scurry around trying to get interesting school lunches together for their children, and this idea is one I think will go over well with the kids. Mozzarella is filled with calcium & protein, served with fresh, juicy tomatoes and protein-rich hummus, all of which is really healthy, and will be filling...

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How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry: School Lunch Ideas
Sep16

How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry: School Lunch Ideas

A simple & tasty recipe for How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry is a great one to have up your sleeve. Children love these tasty appetizer tidbits that I frequently serve when I have guests, but they also make a great main dish for school lunches. All you need is a package of puff pastry, 4 or 5 pork breakfast sausages and a hot oven. This makes a nice change for children who bring lunch to school every day. Baked Pork...

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How to Make Easy Skewered Kebabs with Dip: School Lunch Ideas
Sep13

How to Make Easy Skewered Kebabs with Dip: School Lunch Ideas

Easy Skewered Kebabs are a quick lunch idea that is healthy & tasty. It’s always nice for kids when mom provides them with a school lunch that is easy to carry around and eat, especially when it is so delicious and appealing as these kebabs. Two dips make these kebabs even more fabulous – a fruit dip and a savory dip. Children love dipping their food so they’ll have some fun while getting a nutritious lunch. Easy...

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How to Make Apple, Granola, Peanut Butter & Honey Snack
Sep12

How to Make Apple, Granola, Peanut Butter & Honey Snack

You’ll love this easy recipe for How to Make Apple, Granola, Peanut Butter & Honey Snack! This is a tasty, healthy and satisfying way for anyone, young or old, to get energy back after the 2 o’clock slump. The crispy, sweetness of the apple, with salty, creamy peanut butter, sweet honey & the crunch of granola will satisfy your cravings and get you over that hump to your next meal. If you are in an area where you...

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How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video
Sep11

How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video

I am excited to show you How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles with my amazing Mother! The recipe my mother uses is one where she combined my German grandmother’s recipe, and my Ukrainian grandmother’s recipe, and she came out with her own recipe which, in my opinion is the best of two worlds. Our family is wild about mom’s dill pickles. When I was away at university, mom and dad used to stock up my pantry, always...

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Web Chef Review: Monforte Dairy Black Sheep Ripened Sheep Cheese
Sep04

Web Chef Review: Monforte Dairy Black Sheep Ripened Sheep Cheese

Monforte Dairy Black Sheep Ripened Sheep Cheese is a very delicious, super soft and creamy cheese that’s great as a snack or to cook with. This cheese is 22% milk fat, has 37% moisture, and comes encased in a tasty rind – maybe my favorite part! A cheese that’s creamy, tangy & ripened to perfection, it’s perfect with crackers, pairing with wine & fruit, added to fabulous appetizers or hors...

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Web Chef Review: Haskapa Chutney
Aug25

Web Chef Review: Haskapa Chutney

Haskapa Chutney is a chutney that can easily be served with any number of entr√©es. It’s a real winner when it comes to serving it with poultry, on cream cheese, with pork, hamburgers, and many other dishes. Haskapa Chutney is a jar of deliciousness – sweet, fruity with a chili kick. Haskap berries are indigenous to Russia and parts of Asia, and presently they are grown in Nova Scotia, as well as other provinces and some...

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How to Make Napa Apple Jack Salad with Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette + Video
Aug12

How to Make Napa Apple Jack Salad with Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette + Video

You will love this recipe for How to Make Napa Apple Jack Salad with Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette, as it is a superb salad. With a mixture of fresh, green leaf lettuce, grilled corn on the cob, sweet, crisp apple, and crunchy cucumber, this side salad can double duty as dinner salad, if desired, by adding a source of protein. Salads are an essential part of the meal menus for our family because they provide an excellent source of raw...

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How to Cook Grilled Beets Layered with Chevre: 4th of July Fare
Jul01

How to Cook Grilled Beets Layered with Chevre: 4th of July Fare

These beautiful Grilled Beets Layered with Chevre are beautiful appetizers. They are so very pretty and delicious, and if you decide to serve them for a patriotic holiday, like 4th of July, the colors will carry the theme. How to Cook Grilled Beets Layered with Chevre: Since you will be using 2 separate layers of goat cheese, you could use some blue vegetable coloring for half of the cheese, so you end up with a red, white and blue...

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Web Chef Review: Nicole’s Divine Crackers Chicago Fire Cracker
Jun06

Web Chef Review: Nicole’s Divine Crackers Chicago Fire Cracker

Here’s what I have to say about Nicole’s Divine Crackers Chicago Fire Crackers! The back of the package says, “One bite says it all,” and they hit the nail on the head! You are NOT kidding! On this day, I didn’t feel like cooking…I know that’s unusual for a web chef. So, I picked up one of these crackers and WOW they are so spicy and tasty, you won’t be able to eat only one. Find out...

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