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Catch Divine Easter Recipes from Web Chef Kimberly on the Radio with Ted Lehman
Mar23

Catch Divine Easter Recipes from Web Chef Kimberly on the Radio with Ted Lehman

Tune in to Newstalk 610 CKTB to the Tim Denis in the Morning show on Friday, March 25th at 7:50 am EDT to catch Web Chef Kimberly Turner, on the radio with Ted Lehman filling in for Tim, with some egg-cellent Easter Recipes! Spring has sprung & Easter is here in all of its glory…daffodils & tulips are peeking through the dirt, and pastel colors are abundant – the birds have returned & life is buzzing all...

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March Food Holidays & Events
Mar01

March Food Holidays & Events

Here are March Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Month Holidays: National Fresh Celery Month: Napa Jack’s Cajun Caesar Cocktails Browse Celery recipes, Celery shows Pancake Sandwiches with Fruit & Stuffed Celery: School Lunch Ideas Article: For the Love of Celery Review: Fee...

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February Food Holidays & Events
Feb01

February Food Holidays & Events

Here are February Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Month Holidays: Berry Fresh Month: Blackberry Parfaits with Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Browse Berry recipes, Berry shows Haskapa Whipped Cream Blueberry, Mango & Spinach Salad with Cajun Mango Vinaigrette Kumquat...

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January Food Holidays & Events
Dec21

January Food Holidays & Events

Here are January Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Month Holidays: Bread Machine Baking Month: Rye & Cola Bread for the Bread Machine Browse Bread Machine recipes, Bread recipes, recipes with Bread Boxed Chocolate Bread for the Bread Machine Kimberly’s Yogurt & Seed Bread...

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December Food Holidays & Events
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December Food Holidays & Events

Here are December Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. National Fruit Cake Month: Dark & Delicious Holiday Fruit Cake Browse Cake shows, Cake recipes Haskap Barmbrack Bread Cooking Shows: Cake Recipes + Reviews National Egg Nog Month: Kimberly’s Canadian Homemade Holiday Eggnog...

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What’s to Love About National Leftover Day?
Nov29

What’s to Love About National Leftover Day?

The 4th Friday of November is National Leftover Day! Hallelujah! It’s the day after, the guests are gone, and the leftovers are delectable! Of course, you have refrigerated everything you can. I don’t enjoy reheated meat – it just tastes odd to me. So, the meat goes into the oven to be warmed just above room temperature. There’s lots of stuffing & cranberry sauce leftover. Mashed potatoes – no...

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How to Make Dark Chocolate Truffles: Chocolates Day
Nov29

How to Make Dark Chocolate Truffles: Chocolates Day

Chocolates Day is November 29th, and doesn’t Dark Chocolate Truffles sound heavenly? Who doesn’t appreciate chocolate truffles? We all know how addictive they are, and how delicious too. These chocolates have ganache centers, which are coated with bittersweet dark chocolate. A ganache is comprised of a mix of chocolate & cream. The chocolate used to coat the ganache centers, which can, if desired, be rolled in nuts,...

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How to Cook Turkey Stuffing: National Stuffing Day
Nov28

How to Cook Turkey Stuffing: National Stuffing Day

The 4th Thursday of November is National Stuffing Day! A day to itself for stuffing? Well, it’s so mouth-watering that I don’t begrudge giving it a day of its own. We enjoy stuffing so much at our house, that not only do we stuff our poultry, but we even make extra in a casserole to enjoy it for a couple days. My Mother-in-law made wonderful dressing, albeit different from mine, but she would bring us the most delicious...

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How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day
Nov28

How to Cook French Toast: National French Toast Day

National French Toast Day is November 28th, and oh-what-a classic French Toast is. French toast is definitely a breakfast favorite at our house, but we have had it in the evening & called it supper, and at noon, and called it lunch! This is a perfect way to use up stale bread, but fresh, white, brown or grain bread is perfectly okay too. The bread is dipped into a milk & egg mixture, and browned up inĀ  butter. Jam, syrup or...

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Tips for Roasting Turkey: National Turkey Day
Nov28

Tips for Roasting Turkey: National Turkey Day

The 4th Thursday of November is National Turkey Day! How appropriate to have Turkey Day at this time of year? What would a Thanksgiving or Christmas celebration be without the proverbial turkey, one of my very favorite meals? Apparently, every nation has its own distinctive way to cook this International favorite. In recent years, I have been introduced to a couple of new ways to cook this wonderful bird. Turkey Tips: I’ve...

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How to Bake Chiffon Cake: National Cake Day
Nov26

How to Bake Chiffon Cake: National Cake Day

November 26th is National Cake Day, and we are baking a Chiffon Cake! Can you imagine a special day to celebrate cakes? I love cakes & I especially enjoy baking them. How to Bake a Chiffon Cake: I’m quite fond of chiffon cakes, and the recipe I’m sharing with you is quite delicious and can be filled, iced & baked in an angel food cake tube pan. It is also very good with fresh berries & whipped cream, if you...

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How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day
Nov24

How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day

National Sardines Day is November 24th, and it is going to be delicious with a recipe for Sardines & Apple Casserole! Sardines are members of the herring fish family. The sardines from Europe have more flavor and are fatter than the ones that come from the American Atlantic, which more often than not, are canned. Personally, I very much enjoy the salty, oily sardines in a tin, and I enjoy them with raw onion slices or chives, and...

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How to Make Whole Cranberry Sauce: Eat a Cranberry Day
Nov23

How to Make Whole Cranberry Sauce: Eat a Cranberry Day

Eat a Cranberry Day is November 23rd, and I’m sharing with you a simple, quick & perfectly tasty Whole Cranberry Sauce recipe too! The beautiful, red color of cranberries tells us that they are full of antioxidants, and are so nutritious. Most of all, they are delicious served along with chicken, turkey or wild fowl. This makes them a Holiday favorite. As well, they are a good match with venison, pork, beef & lamb....

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