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How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette + Video
Sep23

How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette + Video

You’re going to absolutely love this recipe for How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette on so many different salads. This new experience with a dressing that has it all will quickly become one of your go-to vinaigrettes. The sweetness of the peach with the richness of bourbon, and combined with BBQ sauciness, this is a winning salad dressing that will surely make you smile. Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ...

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How to Cook Southern Style Fried Cabbage + Video
Jul15

How to Cook Southern Style Fried Cabbage + Video

You will be so glad that you learned How to Cook Southern Style Fried Cabbage. Not only is it full of nutrients but it is inexpensive and simple to make for a side dish, but it is super delicious too. You can even add fried bacon, salt pork, sausage or cured meat to the recipe and make a full meal out of it. How to Cook Southern Style Fried Cabbage: Type: Side Dish Recipe Prep Time: 7 – 10 min Cook Time: 30 min Yield: 4 servings...

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How to Make Spinach Ranch Dressing: Memorial Day Celebrations
May16

How to Make Spinach Ranch Dressing: Memorial Day Celebrations

This recipe for How to Make Spinach Ranch Dressing is a delicious variation from the usual Ranch to which we have become accustomed and it simply delectable. How to Make Spinach Ranch Dressing: Creamy & flavorful, it’s delicious on salad, pizza and used as a dip. Type: Salad Dressing Prep Time: 15 min Yield: 1 1/2 cups Ingredients: 1 cup spinach leaves – finely minced 1 garlic clove – peeled couple pinches of...

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Web Chef Review: Camp 31 Smoked Honey Mustard BBQ Sauce
Mar28

Web Chef Review: Camp 31 Smoked Honey Mustard BBQ Sauce

Have you ever tried Camp 31 Smoked Honey Mustard BBQ Sauce? I have to say that I’m not even a huge lover of BBQ sauce, but this sauce is super fantastic! Even though it’s honey mustard, it isn’t overly sweet or vinegary tasting. It’s just a nice balance of deliciousness that enhances the flavors of your food, and gives you that kick that makes you dishes better than ever. Find out about this product on this...

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How to Cook Southern Greens
Dec26

How to Cook Southern Greens

If you want to cook a great Southern meal, you want to be sure you perfect How to Cook Southern Greens! In the American South, two or more kinds of greens are frequently cooked together & serve as side dishes, especially with Holiday dinners. Oh, my…the way they are prepared is ever so delicious, and of course, with rich Holiday meals, greens are typical of what we tend to crave. It’s almost a contest to find who...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Gumbo File
Dec10

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Gumbo File

Royal Command Gumbo File is a serious find up here in my parts. Unable to find gumbo file in our supermarkets here in Niagara, we must either order it online, have friends mail us some, or hope that going over the border to NY state, you may find some. We use gumbo file in a lot of Southern recipes, especially those originating from Louisiana – those Cajun & Creole favorites. Soups like gumbos, and stuffings benefit from the...

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How to BBQ Turkey Legs + Video
Nov28

How to BBQ Turkey Legs + Video

There’s nothing like BBQ Turkey Legs! They are large & in charge, smoky, a bit charred, and fun to hang onto and devour! My favorite place to eat these are at the Texas State Fair in Dallas, or even at Trader’s Village in Grand Prairie, Texas. They have some great treats to eat there! Alas, I live in Canada, and there are times when I just want that same flavor… When I BBQ turkey legs or other large pieces of...

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How to Bake Plum & Apple Cobbler
Nov03

How to Bake Plum & Apple Cobbler

Fruit cobblers are great options for a freshly baked dessert in under 1 hour. This version made with plums & apples from our own fruit trees make for a lovely combination. Cobbler is an American Southern-style recipe that is marvelous with peaches, cherries or any fruit I’ve tried it with. Served over ice cream, this sweet treat will be something the whole family will love, Summer or Winter. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve with:...

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How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month
Nov01

How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month

Georgia Pecan Month has arrived and it’s time to bake a Pecan Pie. Pecans are a Native American nut, primarily cultivated today in Georgia from a native variety of hickory tree. A high fat, in fact one of the nuts, which is heaviest in fats — sometimes as high as 75% fat. The downside of high fat content is that they tend to become rancid quickly, so it’s best to store them in the freezer to keep them fresh tasting....

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How to Roast Okra in a Roasting Tray + Video
Oct31

How to Roast Okra in a Roasting Tray + Video

Roasted Okra? Yup, that’s what I said… In this recipe, I’m using a fantastically handy roasting tray from Mutt Shop Products. It’s actually a JalapeƱo Pepper Roasting Tray, but it is also versatile enough to handle such things as other small peppers, okra, carrots, even artichokes with longer stems. I had deduced that 2 okra will fit into each roasting tray hole, so I am able to use up to 30 okra. That’s...

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How to Roast Pulled Pork + Video
Oct30

How to Roast Pulled Pork + Video

Living down South in the USA for much of my adult life, I had the opportunity to eat some amazing pulled pork! Although everyone has their own unique way of making their own pulled pork, I use a variety of methods, just depending upon my mood that day. This is not a quick recipe, but the flavor you develop by taking the time to brine, rub & slow roast will be appreciated by all who devour this dish. How to Roast Pulled Pork:...

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How to Bake Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake: National Chocolate Day
Oct28

How to Bake Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake: National Chocolate Day

National Chocolate Day is here and I’m sharing with you a Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake recipe below… But first, a few chocolate facts. Chocolate Facts: What is more decadent than chocolate & very few wouldn’t welcome such a tasty treat at any time. Chocolate & cocoa come from an evergreen tree genus, theobroma, “Food of the Gods.” Cocoa beans grow in a pod of a cocoa tree. They are both identically...

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A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!
Oct12

A National Gumbo Day Recipe: Ooh Wee!

National Gumbo Day is here and this delicious dish is well worth the time you put into making it. Yes, it’s a slow roller of a recipe, but it’s oh-so worth it! How to Cook Gumbo: Most people immediately think about seafood gumbo, but it doesn’t have to include fruit of the sea at all. You can also make sausage, chicken, and even vegetable gumbos too. Proper gumbo needs a great roux, basic to Creole or Cajun cooking....

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