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How to Cook a Broccoli, Shiitake Mushroom & Feta Omelette
Jul10

How to Cook a Broccoli, Shiitake Mushroom & Feta Omelette

This is a delicious recipe for How To Cook a Broccoli, Shiitake Mushroom & Feta Omelette, perfect for breakfast, brunch or a wonderful dinner. My recipe today calls for shiitake mushrooms, which I got from Harvest Barn Country Markets in Niagara-on-the-Lake, here in southern Ontario, and these mushrooms are Ontario shiitakes. So fresh and well formed that they are certain to contribute great flavor to this omelette. The broccoli...

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How to Cook Vegetable Bacon Frittata: Cooking like Alpha Beta Pie
Apr25

How to Cook Vegetable Bacon Frittata: Cooking like Alpha Beta Pie

This recipe for How To Cook Vegetable Bacon Frittata is a good one for a delicious breakfast dish, a quick lunch or a hearty dinner. I like to serve it for an impressive luncheon for friends or surprise visits when I am not prepared for company. I get raves every time I serve it. How To Cook Vegetable Bacon Frittata: Once this dish goes into the oven, most all of the ingredients are already cooked, so the eggs just need to firm up a...

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How to Cook Breakfast Breakthrough Oatmeal
Apr23

How to Cook Breakfast Breakthrough Oatmeal

This recipe for How to Cook Breakfast Breakthrough Oatmeal is an example of a quick, invigorating, healthy breakfast that will keep you satisfied until lunch time. We already know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so give this recipe a try. How to Cook Breakfast Breakthrough Oatmeal: This stick-to-your-bones recipe will get you through until lunch. Start your day off right. Especially for “starving”...

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What is Pysanky?: Easter Surprises
Apr15

What is Pysanky?: Easter Surprises

You may have heard the term Pysanky before…“What’s that?” My heritage includes paternal Ukrainian nationality. We celebrated Ukrainian feasts & traditions were observed, including the ancient Eastern European art of pysanky, or egg decorating, at Easter. The intricate, delightfully designed & colored eggs are treasured & admired, and kept on display by many of us of Ukrainian descent, who may have...

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How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs
Apr02

How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs

Once you try this recipe for Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs, you will want to make it frequently. It gives you a whole new attitude about deviled eggs, and it’s a real winner for parties, showers or healthy snacks. How To Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a perfect solution to the afternoon munchies combined with avocados, which are high in omegas.  Turmeric & smoked paprika contain magnesium, which assist in weight loss...

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How to Cook Boxty: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar13

How to Cook Boxty: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Boxty is a traditional Irish recipe for a potato pancake containing both mashed and grated potatoes, giving you the experience of both pancake & hash browns in one. What a good choice for breakfast or supper! It goes well with many other ethnic cuisines as well. I think it would be delicious with smoked salmon, in place of other kinds of pancakes like crepes or blini, served with sour cream or creme fraiche. Salmon is one of the...

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Catch Kimberly for Pancake Tuesday on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’
Mar03

Catch Kimberly for Pancake Tuesday on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’

Tune in to Newstalk 610 CKTB at 7:50 am for Pancake Tuesday with web chef, Kimberly Turner, on Tim Denis in the Morning. Whether you like your pancakes lightly & fluffy, flat like a crepe, filled with berries, chocolate chips, nuts or bananas, they are a perfect breakfast food. For the pancake-loving soul, you can top these bad boys with spreads, syrups, honeys, butters, sprinkles, whipped cream, fruit & treats galore. Vegan...

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How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes
Dec28

How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes

Russian Pancakes are always a treat around our house. There are so many kinds of pancakes, I hardly know where to begin. Pancakes or griddle cakes can be prepared to serve as appetizers, breakfast, lunch or supper, treats or as desserts & snacks. They can be prepared on your kitchen stove, table-side, a BBQ grill pan or electric griddle. Regardless of what one calls them, pancakes, crepes, blintzes, griddle cakes, batter cakes or...

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How to Cook Huevos Rancheros
Dec27

How to Cook Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros is a gorgeous breakfast, different than what you’re probably used to on a daily basis. Full of flavor, adding chorizo or refried beans makes this morning meal even more hearty. How to Cook Huevos Rancheros: Any salsa can be served with this classic Mexican dish, along with chorizo & refried beans. Heat & keep warm 2 cups salsa. Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve with: warm salsa, hot sauce, chopped cilantro...

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How to Bake Chiles Rellenos
Dec26

How to Bake Chiles Rellenos

Chiles Rellenos is a marvelous Mexican dish that’s great for dinner, but even better for breakfast! When I lived in California, I enjoyed this delicious treat with eggs for breakfast with my friends before we were off to work. They are so tasty – unforgettable! Chiles Rellenos originated in the city of Puebla, Mexico. How to Bake Chiles Rellenos: Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve with: cilantro & warm salsa Prep Time: 30 –...

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How to Bake Angel Food Cake
Dec22

How to Bake Angel Food Cake

Oh, my Angel Food Cakes are so light & relatively fat-free – it’s like eating a cloud. There’s nothing quite like it. Generally classified as a foam cake, where mixing & folding needs to be done in such a ways as to maintain as much air in the batter as possible. How to Bake Angel Food Cake: All eggs should be at least 3 days old, 60° – 70° F in temperature, and separated immediately prior to use. Tip:...

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How to Make Christmas Eggnog
Dec05

How to Make Christmas Eggnog

Purchased eggnog is perfectly good to use over the Holiday season, but Homemade Eggnog is better! Whether you’re using eggnog in a punch, enjoying it with a splash of brandy, or drinking it straight up, this Holiday beverage is a staple at this time of year. How to Make Eggnog: You can serve this eggnog in a punch bowl or refrigerate for individual servings. If refrigerated, keep it as you would keep & store milk or cream....

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How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day
Nov28

How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day

National French Toast Day is November 28th, and oh-what-a classic French Toast is. French toast is definitely a breakfast favorite at our house, but we have had it in the evening & called it supper, and at noon, and called it lunch! This is a perfect way to use up stale bread, but fresh, white, brown or grain bread is perfectly okay too. The bread is dipped into a milk & egg mixture, and browned up in  butter. Jam, syrup or...

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