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How to Make Meal Nachos: National Nachos Day
Nov06

How to Make Meal Nachos: National Nachos Day

National Nachos Day is here, on November 6th, but I love making nachos much more than once a year… So, you will find my recipe for How to Make Nachos below. Nachos are more than just a snack of something to nibble on at the movies, except the cheese that goes on top is sort of like liquid, orange plastic, isn’t it? I like to augment my homemade nachos with a little something more substantial, and make it more tasty with...

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How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: International Nacho Day
Oct21

How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: International Nacho Day

October 21st is International Nacho Day, and no wonder…What’s not to love about Nachos? Most every family, and from young to old, enjoy s a nice, hot platter of nachos. I know we all do, and we use this basic recipe below. How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: Whether you want to call them Mexican or Tex-Mex, these nachos are wonderful anywhere you make them in the world. 😉 Tip: If we want this to serve us as a meal, we add...

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National Taco Day: How to Cook Ground Beef Tacos
Oct04

National Taco Day: How to Cook Ground Beef Tacos

National Taco Day is full of fun and flavor! Crunchy or soft, spicy, tasty and a bit messy too, this Mexican dish is a favorite in the States, to the point that it’s considered Tex-Mex cuisine, and eaten on a grand scale in North America. The base for tacos, fajitas and tostadas is flour or corn tortillas. The corn tortillas are generally folded and fried for tacos, but the ones purchased from your supermarket are good too. How...

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National Chili Month Brings a Recipe You Will Love
Oct01

National Chili Month Brings a Recipe You Will Love

This kicked up recipe finds you because it’s National Chili Month in October! There are dozens of ways to make chili, and each cook seemingly has their own recipe… I don’t think I’ve ever made my chili the same way twice, and that keeps things exciting & fresh. Depending upon your mood or what you have available will determine the personality of your homemade chili. How to Cook Kicked Up Chili: This is my...

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How to Make Guapa Guacamole
Sep19

How to Make Guapa Guacamole

The best part, to me, about Mexican food is the guacamole! There may always be enough rice & beans, but there’s never enough guacamole! ~ Ingrid Turner This recipe for my Guapa Guacamole is very simple to make, is extremely tasty and works with your taste preferences. “Guapa” in Spanish means “lovely”, and this is surely just that… Lovely with warm tortilla chips straight from the oven or the...

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Web Chef Review: The Garlic Survival Co.’s Triple Garlic Salsa
Jul16

Web Chef Review: The Garlic Survival Co.’s Triple Garlic Salsa

My mother over at IngridTurnerToday.com and I checked out this really great salsa. It’s The Garlic Survival Co.’s Triple Garlic Salsa, and it is belligerent to say the least! Gluten free and fat free, this salsa is a real winner. Their motto is “More garlic. Not heat.” Their Triple Garlic Salsa is garlicky, but it’s really not overwhelming where it “bites” you. It’s so tasty with 3...

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Web Chef Review: Mutt Shop Products’ Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray
Jun06

Web Chef Review: Mutt Shop Products’ Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray

I’m not talking about food today, but a cool piece of kitchen equipment. Can you guess what it is?! It’s a Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray from Mutt Shop Products – aka: Jalapeno “Popper” Roasting Tray. The specialized, irregular shape of each opening that holds a jalapeno pepper each, does a marvelous job of grabbing those peppers with the jagged protrusions, provided your jalapenos are of the correct...

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How to BBQ Spicy Cilantro Lime Chicken Burgers + Video
Jun04

How to BBQ Spicy Cilantro Lime Chicken Burgers + Video

I just love the combination of cilantro and lime… What’s better? BBQ Spicy Cilantro & Lime! 😉 Let’s add a little bit of ground chicken, instead of beef, and you have great recipe that will knock your socks off! I’m sending you over to another really tiny recipe for your mayonnaise you’re going to garnish your chicken burgers with, as well as adding a bit to the ground chicken mixture…Don’t...

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How to Cook Piquillo Pepper & Beef Tostadas + Video
Jun04

How to Cook Piquillo Pepper & Beef Tostadas + Video

Tostadas are a great Mexican or Tex-Mex, depending on how you look at it, meal. They are messy, but they are fun. The best part? They are ridiculously quick, inexpensive & easy to make! What I’m shocked at is that I haven’t published a tostada recipe on the site before…Who knew? We make these bad boys all the time…Now, you can too. So, let’s get something tasty into your systems, and learn how to cook...

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How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video
May05

How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video

Happy Cinco de Mayo, firstly! You have found the BEST Cinco de Mayo recipe out there this year, hands down… These are probably my favorite cookies ever. They give you a spicy cinnamon flavor that rivals the best hot cinnamon hearts with the crunch of a cookie. They are easy to make, have exciting ingredients in them, they are ridiculously tasty, they are a great conversation piece, and are a killer midnight snack to boot. You...

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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 Cook Tomato, Ham & Cheese Quesadillas
Sep24

How to Cook Tomato, Ham & Cheese Quesadillas

The other day, I was looking for a quick meal that I could create with the limited ingredients I had before going grocery shopping. I had ham, but no bread, and then noticed my handy tortillas and it clicked… A Tex-Mex/All-American fusion lunch quesadilla. What is more “All-American” than ham & cheese, right? Well, add a tomato, just to kick it up, make it more moist and give you more of a health benefit. Now,...

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How to Make Fire & Water Juice + Video
Aug27

How to Make Fire & Water Juice + Video

When I purchased this watermelon, it passed all of my “inspections”. It sounded dense & watery when tapped, it was a good size, no blemishes… Brought it home, cut into it and it looked amazing. Mostly rich, pink flesh, no seeds and minimal rind.  When I bit into it, I was sadly disappointed by the lack of sweetness and slight mushiness it presented us with. So, I decided to juice it into my fire & water juice...

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