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National Pancake Day: A Favorite Family Recipe
Sep26

National Pancake Day: A Favorite Family Recipe

National Pancake Day allows us yet another time to create some family favorites. We like the traditional 4 or 5 inch pancakes, but we prefer my Mother’s recipe for German pancakes. With so many pancake recipes out there, these just have what I crave. I suppose it’s because it’s what I grew up on. I’m sure you have similar affinities for a particular style of pancake yourself based upon the childhood comforts...

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How to Cook Pluma Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep10

How to Cook Pluma Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

Pluma Moos is an Eastern European recipe of fruit stew, perfect made & enjoyed in cooler weather. Either using fresh, seasonal fruit, or fruit you’ve frozen to save for a cold day, moos is a great way to get an easy dessert out of what you have with simple ingredients, and comfort food goodness. There are a wide variety of Moos Recipes on the site, if you look around. A larger family portion of moos can be made in a large...

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How to Cook Russian Beef Borscht in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep10

How to Cook Russian Beef Borscht in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

Previously a peasant’s dish, this Russian Beef Borscht is now more of a delicacy today. A perfect Fall or Winter favorite, this Eastern European recipe is hearty, and full of love and comfort. Hearty beef with vegetables and Spices-of-the-Earth, we are taking you on a journey to Eastern Europe with this borscht recipe. Today’s borscht is made in stoneware ramekins, which are fantastic because they hold in the nutrients and...

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How to Cook Rhubarb Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video
Sep10

How to Cook Rhubarb Moos in Stoneware Ramekins + Video

I just love pulling out my Stoneware Ramekins and cooking something hearty & delicious in them…Rhubarb Moos! …It’s the perfect time of year to break out these bad boys and explore the tastes of the world inside of your oven. Moos is an Eastern European fruit stew ate for dessert, or as a condiment for dinner. Now, I’ve shown you How to Cook Rhubarb Moos before, but in a large soup pot. These are individual...

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Web Chef Review: Vyatka Ceramics Stoneware Ramekin Set with Fork
Aug30

Web Chef Review: Vyatka Ceramics Stoneware Ramekin Set with Fork

Perfect time to get organized for Fall weather & Fall cookin’. This is just the thing you’ll need this cool season to feed those hungry mouths at your house with some home cooked goodness with soul. This Stoneware Ramekin Set from Vyatka Ceramics has old-world charm coming from Kirov, Russia, but it provides you with all the “new age” benefits of cooking in stoneware. These ramekins are very non-stick, and...

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Web Chef Review: Gzhel Apple Sugar Bowl @ FromRussia.com
Aug16

Web Chef Review: Gzhel Apple Sugar Bowl @ FromRussia.com

This is just the most adorable sugar bowls I’ve seen… …and I want to personally thank both Natasha & Max over @ FromRussia.com for sending me this beautiful piece of art for my birthday! Thank you so much. I absolutely love it…you have no idea! So fun, yet so traditional. So functional as well. I smile every time I walk by it. ~ Kimberly Edwards This is a Gzhel Apple Sugar Bowl has an exquisite Russian...

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Web Chef Review: Epicureal Long Pepper
Jul26

Web Chef Review: Epicureal Long Pepper

Are you tired of Salt & Pepper? Well, you don’t have to be… I’ve been checking out the coolest salts & peppers lately, and this is no exception. Check out this great cooking product – Epicureal Long Pepper. Epicureal Long Pepper is not only unique enough be a conversation piece simply from its physical appearance, but the flavor and fragrance are very different than “regular peppercorns”....

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How to Use Apple Tea in Your Health & Beauty Regimen
Jun26

How to Use Apple Tea in Your Health & Beauty Regimen

Have you had your apple today? Keeps the doctor away, right? Certainly, we all know that this fruit is one jam-packed with healthy goodness. Also, it is one of the most widely consumed fruits in the world, as it grows well in many climates. From the celebrity to the average person, apples have been benefiting overall health & strengthening of the immune system, as well as for beauty & skin care alike, especially in Apple...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Acacia Honey
Jun07

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Acacia Honey

Here’s What I Say About Food… …and here’s what I say about Royal Command Acacia Honey from Hungary. This particular honey is a clear, runny honey. It is not creamy in any way. You can actually taste the acacia in the honey, presumably, as it’s a hint of a different flower in that honey. Mmm Before we go on further, check out the Web Chef Review of this Royal Command Acacia Honey: This honey is equally...

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Web Chef Review: Drogheria Black Cyprus Flake Sea Salt
Feb10

Web Chef Review: Drogheria Black Cyprus Flake Sea Salt

I want to share with you one of the coolest ingredients I’ve seen in a very longtime. In fact, I’d venture to say it’s the most exciting thing in my kitchen now! This salt is just as the name suggests…it’s black salt. This salt comes from Cyprus, and is created when it dries in the sun, making crystal pyramids. Then, the salt is enhanced with activated charcoal. Activated charcoal has added health...

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How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki
May08

How to Bake Russian Mennonite Meat Pirozhki

It is my pleasure to present to you today my very 1st special guest on my show, my mother – Ingrid Turner from IngridTurnerToday.com to show you how to bake a coveted family recipe that’s been passed down many generations to make it to your screen today, and hopefully, into your home & heart. This is a Russian or German Mennonite recipe called Pirozhki. Now, today, we will be filling it with the most traditional...

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How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes
Apr20

How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes

This is one of our favorite Kasper family recipes…In fact, it’s the first recipe I learned to make on my own when I moved away from home. We don’t really eat the small, fluffy pancakes most families eat. We called these big, thin delights “pancakes”…our style of pancakes. Golden and delicious, these beautiful crepes can be eaten for breakfast, brunch or dinner, if desired. Try...

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How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Zwieback Buns
Apr18

How to Bake Grandma Kasper’s Zwieback Buns

Ahhh…Zwieback!!! What could represent a soul food for German & Russian families better than Zwieback buns… I can remember the smell of zwieback baking in my grandmother’s farmhouse kitchen, my mother’s kitchen, as well as all of my aunts’ kitchens… …It is an ultimate goal of just about every extended-Kasper female in our family to have this recipe on hand, and hopefully learn to bake them...

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