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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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How to Bake Gingerbread Cookies: Gingerbread Day
Nov21

How to Bake Gingerbread Cookies: Gingerbread Day

National Gingerbread Day is November 21st, and the most amazing aroma should be coming out of your kitchen with this Gingerbread Cookie recipe! The smell of gingerbread is so enticing, you can hardly wait to devour it,  and what smells more like Christmas baking? Gingerbread Tips & Info: Gingerbread dough can get a little heavy & dense if too much flour is incorporated into the dough. So, only add as much flour as absolutely...

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What is Beaujolais?: Nouveau Beaujolais Day
Nov20

What is Beaujolais?: Nouveau Beaujolais Day

Nouveau Beaujolais Day is November 20th, and this wine is most versatile in cooking and simply enjoying a glass of to sip on. Not everyone favors this red wine, but those of us, who are inclined to prefer a grapey, deliciously sweet wine to sip or pair with everyday, hearty & rustic foods find beaujolais meets our desire. Refreshing & uncomplicated, our world needs more of these wines in France, South of Burgundy. The Gamay...

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Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day: Moderation is Key
Nov19

Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day: Moderation is Key

Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day is November 19th, and who doesn’t enjoy a cold, fizzy pop? What is it about caffeine & carbonated beverages that makes us want more & often? Soda pop contains a delightful combination of both caffeine & carbonation, as well as huge amounts of sugar, in most soda pop. The sugars give us an almost immediate high & energy, and the caffeine completes this energy boost, which...

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How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: National Vichyssoise Day
Nov18

How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: National Vichyssoise Day

National Vichyssoise Day is November 18th, and here’s a great recipe I’ve tried to reinvent. Vichyssoise is a soup I first tasted when I traveled to Spain, not France. It was a very hot day & the vichyssoise was served icy cold, and every-so-tasty. How to Make Vichyssoise Soup: My recipe is as close as I could come to the soup I had in Spain. Type: Soup Recipe Serve with: fresh, crusty bread & garnishes –...

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How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day
Nov17

How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day

National Baklava Day can be so much more amazing with this Homemade Baklava. Baklava is made using phyllo sheets, which are paper-thin pastry used in much of the Middle East & Greece. The ingredients for this most delectable pastry are quite simple, using just flour & water, but it takes some skill to mix, knead & stretch this pastry to obtain that almost see-through result. Tips for Using Phyllo Dough: The store bought...

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How to Bake White Bread: Homemade Bread Day
Nov17

How to Bake White Bread: Homemade Bread Day

November 17th is Homemade Bread Day, and Bread is “The Food of Life.” It’s one of the oldest foods, and most fundamental to our existence – remember: “bread & water.” Nothing is more basic & we can’t live without water either. Bread connects man to his historical roots…changing flour & water into bread. As bakers everywhere discover, it is a realization of the delight of true...

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How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day
Nov15

How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

If you love peanut butter, then you’ll be crazy about this recipe for Peanut Butter Fudge. It satisfies your peanut butter craving, has that texture you need to make an effort to chew, and then it’s smooth, creaminess melts in your mouth…and not in your hand. 😉 How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: A nice recipe I make for peanut butter fudge follows. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 8 min Cook Time: ~ 20 min Yields: ~ 2...

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How to Bake Raisin Bran Muffins: National Raisin Bran Cereal Day
Nov15

How to Bake Raisin Bran Muffins: National Raisin Bran Cereal Day

National Raisin Bran Cereal Day is November 15th, and this recipe for Raisin Bran Muffins is just marvelous. Aside from the nutrition facts about bran cereal, what could be better than combining bran with raisins. Bran cereal is chock full of fiber, complex carbohydrates, protein, minerals, phytochemicals & antioxidants, combined with super nutritious raisins. All grains are actually the fruits of grasses. Their structure is made...

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About the Bundt Pan: National Bundt Day
Nov15

About the Bundt Pan: National Bundt Day

November 15th is National Bundt Day, and these are really fun baked goods to make. About the Bundt Pan: Almost any cake or coffee cake can possibly be baked in a bundt pan. However, there are recipes published & mixes available under the “bundt” name. These mixes & recipes are specially created by “Bundt” to be baked in their “Bundt” pan. The bundt fluted pan is beautifully scalloped,...

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How to Can Dill Pickles: National Pickle Day
Nov14

How to Can Dill Pickles: National Pickle Day

National Pickle Day has arrived, and when was the last time you made pickles at home? If you’ve never tried making pickles, you can do it too. You will be so much more satisfied knowing what went into the jars, and will be much happier about the flavors. As well, preparing pickles yourself gives such a sense of accomplishment, and beefs up your Winter season cooking repertoire. Pickling renders a tangy result with flavors...

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How to Make Guacam-Olé: National Guacamole Day
Nov14

How to Make Guacam-Olé: National Guacamole Day

National Guacamole Day is finally here! I love an excuse to make guacamole! Ingrid Turner Guacamole is a wonderful addition to almost all Mexican cookery. Varieties of Avocados: Avocados are native to the Americas, and are available all year long. There are 2 varieties: Hass Avocado – dark & bumpy-skinned, grow in California Fuerte Avocado – larger, green & smooth-skinned, from Florida My choice for guacamole would...

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How to Bake Indian Pudding: National Indian Pudding Day
Nov13

How to Bake Indian Pudding: National Indian Pudding Day

National Indian Pudding Day is upon us, and if you’ve never had this delicious, native American dessert, it’s something special. This is a warming, hearty dessert it flavors emulating those of pumpkin pie. Indian pudding is a baked dessert wit the baking dish sitting in water, keeping the pudding from drying out & losing its silky texture. How to Bake Indian Pudding: This recipe is definitely a keeper. It’s...

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