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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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Bake Up Some of that National Biscuit Month…Mmm
Sep01

Bake Up Some of that National Biscuit Month…Mmm

Oooh, ahhh, ohhh…It’s National Biscuit Month, and we need to bake some up ourselves. What a pleasure it will be to celebrate then, to eat biscuits. I could eat biscuits at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just beautiful, buttered, light biscuits fresh from the oven slathered with syrup, homemade jam, or even like the Southerners do, with a tasty cream gravy! Mmm…my mouth is watering already! Nobody could beat my...

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How to Cook a Pork Loin Roast in the Oven
Dec05

How to Cook a Pork Loin Roast in the Oven

I was so very excited to roast a pork loin the other night… …I had accidentally found a bottle of this righteous Bar-B-Que Rub Seasoning I brought home with me from Dallas when I lived there from a BBQ Restaurant in Dallas.  It’s from Baker’s Ribs, a small franchise chain in the Southern United States.  Use the link for more blog posts from me on Baker’s Ribs on CookingWithKimberly.com. It’s called...

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How to Bake Sweet Jalapeno Mozzarella Cornbread Muffins
Nov28

How to Bake Sweet Jalapeno Mozzarella Cornbread Muffins

Today, I’m making a soon-to-be favourite in our household… Sweet Jalapeno Mozzarella Cornbread Muffins from scratch, and they are going to a fellow gymnastics coach of mine, Sarah Morin at Gymnastics Energy, for doing me a great favour. Thanks, Sarah! When I make cornbread, I like it sweet, so today, I’m using the basic recipe for my Kickin’ Sweet Southern Cornbread and kicking that up with some “jalapeno...

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How to Bake Chicken Quarters – Southwest Baked Chicken
Nov27

How to Bake Chicken Quarters – Southwest Baked Chicken

Baking chicken is simple and easy, and chicken quarters are relatively inexpensive. It allows you to throw your food into the oven, and gives you the ability to walk around and take care of other chores around the house while it bakes. You don’t have to babysit it! This is a Southwest Baked Chicken I’m showing you in the video below and providing the recipe for.  However, take this technique and run with it. The sky is the...

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How to Bake Sweet Cornbread Muffins from Scratch
Sep26

How to Bake Sweet Cornbread Muffins from Scratch

For some strange reason, I haven’t baked cornbread in quite some time. Not that I don’t love it, it’s amazing, especially when I bake sweet cornbread from scratch. However, tonight, I wanted that same comforting soul food recipe flavor, without the long 45 minute bake-time. So, to solve my problem, I decided to bake sweet cornbread muffins, as it cuts the bake time in half. Try these out. They are fantastically...

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How to Bake Easy Bread Rhubarb Apple Cobbler
Jul24

How to Bake Easy Bread Rhubarb Apple Cobbler

Who doesn’t like cobbler, right? The only thing I like better than cobbler is a cobbler that’s super easy, super quick to make! Well, here’s your prayers answered…This easy cobbler is made with bread. That’s right, bread. Check out how simple this recipe is to create, and how fast you can prepare it. Then, you just wait for the baked goodness to come out of your oven. Amazing! Try it out with different...

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How to Bake Smores Bread Pudding
May01

How to Bake Smores Bread Pudding

One of my favorite ways to use extra bread is to make bread pudding. Not only is it super easy, but it’s inexpensive and really tasty as well. Being that I lived in Texas & Louisiana for University, I learned a lot about Soul Food Recipes & Southern food in general. This is a real All-American dish, not just because it’s bread pudding, but because Smores is a very Americana type of dessert made at bonfires across...

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Kimberly Turner @ Toronto’s Big Daddy’s Bourbon St. Bistro & Oyster Bar
Dec27

Kimberly Turner @ Toronto’s Big Daddy’s Bourbon St. Bistro & Oyster Bar

Do you love Cajun, Creole or simply Southern cooking? Well, check out web chef, Kimberly Turner, in the kitchen with executive chef of Toronto’s Big Daddy’s Bourbon Street Bistro & Oyster Bar, Lyndon O’Hearn, creating New Orleans style deliciousness for you all to learn in the comfort of your own home… …or maybe it will just whet your taste buds and spark you to come on out and be gastronomically...

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Toronto’s Big Daddy’s Bourbon St. Bistro & Oyster Bar Does it Big!
Aug18

Toronto’s Big Daddy’s Bourbon St. Bistro & Oyster Bar Does it Big!

I had the pleasure of returning to Big Daddy’s Bourbon St. Bistro & Oyster Bar in Toronto with a few friends for a business meeting. One week prior, I had learned about Big Daddy’s when I hosted an episode of Unigirl Canada’s Campus Cuisine Series with executive chef Lyndon O’Hearn. I must say the food is spectacular, and the ambiance is great. Now, I lived in Louisiana in university and miss the people...

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How to BBQ Southwest Burgers
Aug01

How to BBQ Southwest Burgers

Whether it’s a hot summer or in the dead of winter, we all crave that BBQ flavor of the grill. Sometimes, burgers are all you need to fill that void. It’s fun to play around with burger flavors, and what is more “summertime” than the southwest flavors of the USA? Play around with different crumbs to change flavor and add small ingredients to create the flavors you desire. Check out my Southwest BBQ Burgers!...

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