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How to Boil Lobster Video
Feb11
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How to Bake Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Icing Video
Dec11
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How to Steam Lobster with Beer Video
Dec10
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How to Grill Napa Jack’s Amber Beer Mustard Pork Loin Video
Dec09
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How to Make Angry Leprechaun Cocktails Video
Dec05
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How to Make Napa Valley Brown Lemonade Whisky Sour Cocktails Video
Dec04
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How to Make Brown Lemonade Video
Dec03
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How to Make Napa Valley Pistachio Pie Crust Video
Dec01
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How to Bake Napa Jack’s Steak & Guinness Pie Video
Nov30
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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:...

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Catch St. Patrick’s Day Soul Food with Web Chef, Kimberly Turner, on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’
Mar11

Catch St. Patrick’s Day Soul Food with Web Chef, Kimberly Turner, on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’

Tune in to Newstalk 610 CKTB to the Tim Denis in the Morning show on Monday, March 16th at 7:50 am to catch web chef, Kimberly Turner, with Irish soul food recipes for St. Patrick’s Day! The celebration of the death date of St. Patrick – the most recognized patron saint of Ireland. It is an observed feast holiday of the Catholic Church. Its festivities also signify the arrival of Christianity to the Emerald Isle as well....

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A St. Patrick’s Day Menu from Web Chef, Kimberly Turner, on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’
Mar15
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How to Make Black Pudding Sausage
Mar15

How to Make Black Pudding Sausage

Black Pudding, also referred to as blood pudding is a type of sausage that has existed in the civilized, and not so civilized, world for a very long time. As long as humans have kept animals to eat and for clothing, they have been making some style of black pudding. Apparently, according to research, the first known mention of black pudding in 800 BC was referred to in Homer’s The Odyssey. Traditionally a British dish, black...

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