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How to Make & Can Rhubarb Juice
Jun22

How to Make & Can Rhubarb Juice

I am happy to share with you my recipe for How to Make Rhubarb Juice, and how to can it too. It’s a super delicious summer cooler – tangy and bright and a nice change. How to Make & Can Rhubarb Juice: Type: Beverage Recipe Prep Time: 10 – 15 min Maceration Time: up to 3 hrs Cook Time: heat just up to the boil Process Time: 15 min Cool Time: 24 hrs Ingredients: fresh rhubarb – trimmed & washed sugar...

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How to Make Rhubarb Lemonade + Video
Jun15

How to Make Rhubarb Lemonade + Video

If you’ve never tried the combination before, I highly recommend this recipe for How to Make Rhubarb Lemonade! This awesome Summertime lemonade is fabulous on those hot days when only something lemony will quench your thirst. How to Make Rhubarb Lemonade: Tips: Be sure to roll your lemons on a hard surface to get the juices flowing. I don’t recommend microwaving them because it changes the flavor of the lemons and if left...

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How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: Father’s Day Flavor
Jun12

How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: Father’s Day Flavor

This recipe for Iced Orange Grog with Rum is a drink we like to serve when the man of the house is doing some outdoor cooking. Thus, he and his friends can enjoy a nice, refreshing, adult drink while they play chef. This beverage can be made with or without alcohol, if you so desire. How to Make Iced Orange Grog with Rum: You can serve the drinks in a punch bowl but we prefer to prepare a tray full of drinks in tall glasses, garnished...

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Web Chef Review: Niagara Cuisine Verjus
May26

Web Chef Review: Niagara Cuisine Verjus

Niagara Cuisine Verjus is a delightful product I got from Harvest Barn Country Markets that is sure to spread as all the rage in the foodie community. I am so glad I have been introduced to this extraordinary flavor booster. Although, looking at the bottle, it would appear to be wine, it is not wine and contains no alcohol. It is made from the juice of the pinot noir grape with no sugar added, giving it a tangy, sourish flavor. Find...

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How to Make Lemonade from Scratch + Video: Cooking like Alpha Beta Pie
Apr13

How to Make Lemonade from Scratch + Video: Cooking like Alpha Beta Pie

To me, there is no better refresher than homemade lemonade and this recipe for How to Make Lemonade from Scratch will demonstrate just how easy and quick it is to make this delicious beverage. Ice cold on a hot summer day, it absolutely hits the spot as a tasty cooler. Being citrus, lemons provide all kinds of essential nutrients beneficial to good health as well as being good for your immune system. My mom would sometimes make hot...

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How to Cook Prunes Stewed in Orange Juice
Nov04

How to Cook Prunes Stewed in Orange Juice

Stewed Prunes in Orange Juice is on the menu tonight for dessert over ice cream. How to Stew Prunes in Orange Juice: The flavor of prunes ripens nicely when stewed in tea, and we will take advantage of that fact along with the orange juice to impart amazing flavor into the prunes, as well as leaving you with a flavorful fruit cordial & tea blend to enjoy afterwards. Type: Stew Recipe Serve with: ice cream, whipped cream, yogurt or...

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Quench Your Thirst on National Frappé Day
Oct07

Quench Your Thirst on National Frappé Day

Happy National Frappé Day! A frappé is a delightful, tasty, frozen shaved iced & fruit flavored sweet dessert beverage. The fruit flavors can be as preferred – cherry, strawberry, peach, orange, lemon or any other fruit you like. The amount of sugar used is up to your preference. As a matter of fact, you could even adjust the frappé by using chocolate or coffee, as long as you use the shaved ice, and of course, serve the...

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How to Make Tropical Papaya Smoothies
Sep18

How to Make Tropical Papaya Smoothies

If a Tropical Papaya Smoothie doesn’t sound like a temptingly tasty delight, then get outta here… I don’t think many people would pass up this frosty & fruity treat! Juicy papaya with other exotic flavors create a decadent smoothie, with or without ice, depending on your taste buds collective mood. For a lower fat & lower calorie version, use milk instead of half & half cream, and omit the sugar/honey. Got an...

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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 Make Hot Mulled Apple Cider Punch
Sep14

How to Make Hot Mulled Apple Cider Punch

What could be better than sitting down on cold day to some Hot Mulled Cider? Doesn’t that just sound like one of the most comfy, cozy of moments? Maybe warmed by a fire in the Fall or Winter… What a better way to start your evening upon returning home from your day to a hot mug of cider, and shake off your cares of the world. OR wouldn’t it be wonderful if upon arrival to a dinner party, you are greeted with a cuppa...

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3 Juicy Recipes for National Papaya Month
Sep01

3 Juicy Recipes for National Papaya Month

Well, if Papayas weren’t juicy enough all by themselves, it’s National Papaya Month in September! The papaya is a really amazing fruit, some getting to be over 19 inches in length. When ripe, the flesh becomes orangy & the rind becomes yellow. The chilled juice is tasty and the black seeds can be used for garnishes or just eaten as is. When used in the green state, they can be sauteed. Thai Papaya Salad: To use papaya...

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How to Make Grapefruit Lemonade + Video
Aug03

How to Make Grapefruit Lemonade + Video

A super easy summertime (or anytime) recipe, refreshing & addictive. This recipe calls for the use of a concentrated liquid called bitters to give this particular Grapefruit Lemonade it’s distinctive grapefruit flavor. Bitters are an ingredient of “olden times”, that have been consistently used in the bar industry forever for cocktails of many varieties. Now getting a new breath of life in food culture around the...

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How to Make Lavender Lemonade + Video
Jul23

How to Make Lavender Lemonade + Video

This gorgeously refreshing lemon surprise is a delight in a glass, best served on ice. 😉 Lavender Lemonade is wildly floral with the tangy, uplifting, home-style lemonade of summer, especially great with lavender buds, but alternately with lavender leaves. You will just have to thank me later after you’ve drank the entire gallon, and need to make a new one… Enjoy this summertime bevy with a twist from Cooking with...

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