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How to Roast Sweet Mini-Peppers in a Roasting Tray
Nov07

How to Roast Sweet Mini-Peppers in a Roasting Tray

Roasted Sweet Mini-Peppers are a fabulous addition to other recipes, or used as a side dish all on it’s own. When roasted, these sweet, little peppers develop even more flavor, becoming even sweeter, and often taking on a smokey flavor, more so when using a grill, but still when charring the skin in the oven. You can top burgers & sandwiches, add to pastas, soups, salads, omelets, rice dishes, sauces. Now, you can roast...

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Mythology, Storage & Uses of Pomegranates: National Pomegranate Month
Nov01

Mythology, Storage & Uses of Pomegranates: National Pomegranate Month

November is National Pomegranate Month is here, and first we’re going back in time… Then, we’ll cover pomegranate uses, as well as storage. The Pomegranate in Greek Mythology: How’s your recollection of Greek mythology? Do you remember sneaky Hades offering Persephone to eat only one pomegranate seed, and thereby tricking her into having to return for 1/3 of the year to spend the winter months in the...

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School Lunches Do Not Have to Be a Challenge
Sep16

School Lunches Do Not Have to Be a Challenge

It’s Back-to-School, and what a challenge to keep up with the nutrition, variety & tastes of your child when packing School Lunches… You want to try and keep it simple, easy to transport and handle, as well as being healthy, low in fat, and the list goes on. Sandwiches are still a great go-to for lunches, using last night’s leftover roast beef or roast chicken on a bagel or in a pita pocket. Keep it interesting...

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Fall & Winter Seasonal Cookware: What the Wind Blew In
Sep14

Fall & Winter Seasonal Cookware: What the Wind Blew In

It is such a pleasure to have a variety of appropriate Bakeware & Cookware readily available for use in your kitchen at all times. There is a very wide variety of these items on the market, and kitchen shopping for them is so much fun. I find that over the summer, many of my baking sheets have been scorched by people using them on the BBQ outside, and not bothering to properly clean them. Let’s face it, you don’t want...

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Healthy Ideas for Packed Lunches this School Year
Sep09

Healthy Ideas for Packed Lunches this School Year

Wanna beat the Back-to-School Rush? As part of the Eat Well campaign, Zannat Reza (Registered Dietitian) and Christine Cushing (TV Chef and Author) answer a question from Lauralyn Chow of Calgary, Alberta: “Do you have any ideas for making packed lunches for those days when I’m in a rush, and I need something quick?” Zannat and Christine share healthy and delicious ideas with us to help us be organized and send healthy offerings for...

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Grab Your Handy Loose Leaf Tea Brewing Chart from CookingWithKimberly.com
Jul13

Grab Your Handy Loose Leaf Tea Brewing Chart from CookingWithKimberly.com

Being a serious tea lover, and recognizing the readers & fans alike out there that are avid tea connoisseurs as well, or for those of you who are looking to learn more about experiencing tea, then, this is the perfect tool for your kitchen. So, here at CookingWithKimberly.com, I am offering up a handy, printable loose leaf tea-brewing chart will help you with brewing measurements, temperatures and steep times for 9 different...

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Finding Quality Nuts and Info on Nut Storage
May16

Finding Quality Nuts and Info on Nut Storage

Even if you’re not a full-fledged vegan or vegetarian, you may still be a serious nut lover… …And Rightly So!  People are “nuts” about nuts! If it’s been a struggle to find good quality nuts at your grocer or in your area, you can always check online at places like nutsite.com for a wide variety of good quality, fresh nuts and seeds. There are often times I will buy nuts in bulk. However, sometimes...

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 9
Feb07

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 9

This is Day Nine of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! Today was a serious work-day online and believe it or not, I didn’t cook anything today…that’s crazy, right? Well, we still had leftover Spicy Thai Ginger Coconut Chicken Soup and I happened to skip breakfast. We enjoyed the rest of the German Rhubarb Moos from our SuperBowl feast. Today, it snowed yet again.  So, to keep warm, we drank lots of tea....

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 8 – SuperBowl XLV
Feb06

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 8 – SuperBowl XLV

This is Day Eight of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! It’s also SuperBowl! That’s right! We love football and we especially love the tailgating food we get to create and eat for this special game. We are still doing well and eating deliciously on day 8 of our grocery shopping strike. We are doing “upscale” SuperBowl treats. For brunch we had creamed scrambled eggs on top of toasted Italian flax seed bread...

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 7
Feb05

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 7

This is Day Seven of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! I did a lot of writing today and “forgot” to eat breakfast… For lunch, I had a quick can of Chunky Soup – New England Clam Chowder and doctored it up with cayenne pepper & dill. For dinner, I am making Spicy Thai Ginger Coconut Chicken Soup – so amazing. I added some edamame for some protein, variety & color, as well as a can of bamboo...

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 6
Feb04

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 6

This is Day Six of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! I had a ton of running around to do today as I have my Interview with Patrick Harb on UStream tonight. I didn’t cook at all today. In fact, because I just didn’t have time, I only ate once and it was fish & chips I brought home for everyone. Of course, we served it with lemons, ketchup & malt vinegar from our pantry! I believe my mom & hubby had frozen...

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 5
Feb03

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 5

This is Day Five of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! Today was kind of a bust for me since I ran around all day doing errands, but for dinner I made the most amazing Crusted Pork Loin with Pre-Spring Salad. The pork was in our big freezer, crust from ingredients in our pantry and we had lettuce and fresh vegetables in the fridge! Recipe to follow. The family had 2 cans of Chunky Chicken & Corn Chowder Soup for lunch,...

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How to Bake Crusty Italian Flax Seed Bread
Feb01

How to Bake Crusty Italian Flax Seed Bread

Today is Day 4 of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike. There is nothing like eating fresh, crusty Italian bread with soups, stews or pasta dishes. I made a beautiful Roasted Butternut Squash Ravioli tonight and wanted this fabulous crusty bread to accompany our meal. We served with an olive oil, balsamic & Italian herb mixture to dip the warm bread into…It was delicious! Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Softened Butter and...

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