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How to Make Chardonnay Peach Caramel Apples + Video
Oct15

How to Make Chardonnay Peach Caramel Apples + Video

I am excited to show you How to Make Chardonnay Peach Caramel Apples! Caramel apples are very popular in the Fall, especially around Halloween, and they also make great treats for trick-or-treaters or Halloween parties. Gooey caramel along with a peach flavor, coating a fresh, crisp apple, these sweets are a winning recipe for both kids & adults. Despite the fact that Chardonnay grapes were used to make the vinegar we are using in...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Sugar Pumpkins at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct13

Web Chef Review: Ontario Sugar Pumpkins at Harvest Barn Country Markets

These sweet, little Ontario Sugar Pumpkins that came from Harvest Barn Country Markets are gorgeous specimens, plus can create a number of tasty Holiday dishes. Perfect for making pumpkin pies and pumpkin puree, because the flesh is more dense, is sweeter, the flavor is more intense and the flesh contains less water than larger, Halloween-type, jack-o-lantern pumpkins. Also, these pumpkins are much easier to handle & break down...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Fairytale Pumpkins at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct12

Web Chef Review: Ontario Fairytale Pumpkins at Harvest Barn Country Markets

This attractive, beautifully formed and rounded, lightly mottled, green and lightly brownish, buck-skinned colored pumpkin, is an Ontario Fairytale Pumpkin from Harvest Barn Country Markets. I simply could not resist bringing it home. My gorgeous, Ontario Fairytale Pumpkin specimen came from the Harvest Barn Country Market, in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Sometimes this lovely pumpkin is referred to as Musque de Provence, and is sometimes...

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How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls + Video
Oct03

How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls + Video

Autumn is here and it’s time to learn How to Make Raspberry Caramel Corn Balls! I look forward to the Fall harvesting months, and especially handing out goodies for Halloween. I find that the “old-fashioned” treats are falling by the wayside these days, pushed out by packaged candy treats & bags of chips. My Mother used to make caramel corn balls, candy apples & fudge, and I try to keep that tradition alive...

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How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video
Oct01

How to Make S’mores Mini Cones + Video

In this delicious recipe for How to Make S’mores Mini Cones, I am excited to show you how a little imagination goes a long way towards the creation of a wildly dreamy-creamy, S’mores-like treat. S’mores have always been a particular favorite of mine, even though they tend to get a bit messy to eat. With chocolate pieces hidden in the bottom of the cute little mini cones, followed by a golden, gooey, partially-melted...

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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 Cook Pumpkin Puree + Video
Oct28

How to Cook Pumpkin Puree + Video

Many recipes during the Holiday season call for Pumpkin Puree, and we are going to make sure you have this recipe under your belt. Pumpkin puree can be used for various sweet & savory dishes throughout the colder months. Pies, breads & cakes, as well as soups, casseroles, stews & other side dishes. Now, you can go with store bought pie filling when you’re making your Holiday pumpkin pie, but this is one place you...

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How to Clean a Pumpkin: Break Down & Disassemble + Video
Oct24

How to Clean a Pumpkin: Break Down & Disassemble + Video

If you haven’t used fresh pumpkin to cook before, it’s well worth the effort. With a little bit of elbow grease, you can have that pumpkin broken down and disassembled in no time. Reserve the seeds for roasting, and you’ll have a healthy, tasty snack too. You can use this pumpkin, now, to cook down for pumpkin pie filling, grill or roast chunks of flesh on the BBQ or in the oven.  Adding pumpkin to soups & stews...

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How to Make Caramel Apples: Caramel Apple Day
Oct21

How to Make Caramel Apples: Caramel Apple Day

Nothing says Fall like Caramel Apples, and October 21st is Caramel Apple Day! Biting into the apple by biting through that sweet caramel shell is just such a delicious experience. I love the candy apples with red candy coating on them too. Apples are wonderful at any time, but the caramel just adds a whole new dimension to the flavor of this tasty treat. How to Make Caramel Apples: This recipe makes 5 caramel apples. Type: Candy...

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How to Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake: National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
Oct21

How to Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake: National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day

What could be better in these cold, Autumn days than the warm spiciness of a Pumpkin Cheesecake? Cheesecakes are actually very rich cheese & egg custards – not cakes at all. How to Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake: All of your ingredients should be at room temperature. The batter must be well mixed, but not over beaten. This cheesecake maintains a creamy texture, as we are using cream cheese rather than ricotta or curd style cheese....

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How to Make Caramel Corn: National Popcorn Poppin’ Month
Oct01

How to Make Caramel Corn: National Popcorn Poppin’ Month

October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month, and I suppose we should be watching movies, cuddled up inside from the cold, rainy weather. Isn’t it a wonderful aroma when corn is being popped and suddenly, it feels like you just have to have some? Corn has been popped in the Central American Region for nearly 7000 years. Sweetened popcorn is a fairly new treat, such as caramel corn. I remember the days when people would make...

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How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge
Nov12

How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge

This fudge is usually a Fall treat, right around Halloween. My Mother would make this every year, and the entire tray of fudge would disappear quickly. Melt in your mouth, a sweet treat that you’ll remember your whole life through. How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge: Oooh…Ahhh! I love this stuff! Unbelievable, old-fashioned fudge from the Turner Family! ~ Kimberly Turner Type: Sweets Recipe Prep Time: 10 min...

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