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How to Make Grape, Pear & Wheat Grass Juice + Video
Sep11

How to Make Grape, Pear & Wheat Grass Juice + Video

Grape, Pear & Wheat Grass Juice is absolutely amazingly delicious, and I know you will be wanting to make it regularly. Not just grape & pear, but apple too – but you might be wondering…wheat grass? Yes, it’s not only for health nuts, it’s also tasty with a unique flavor. It does a body good. Wheat grass should be harvested when it is 6 – 7 inches high, and it will regenerate itself a couple of...

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Web Chef Review: Niagara Cuisine Verjus
May26

Web Chef Review: Niagara Cuisine Verjus

Niagara Cuisine Verjus is a delightful product I got from Harvest Barn Country Markets that is sure to spread as all the rage in the foodie community. I am so glad I have been introduced to this extraordinary flavor booster. Although, looking at the bottle, it would appear to be wine, it is not wine and contains no alcohol. It is made from the juice of the pinot noir grape with no sugar added, giving it a tangy, sourish flavor. Find...

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White Balsamic Vinegar: Foodie Trend ‘Dans la Cuisine’
Jan12

White Balsamic Vinegar: Foodie Trend ‘Dans la Cuisine’

A Foodie Trend – Dans la Cuisine: A tasty trend I’d like to share with you is that of white balsamic vinegar. This lightly colored vinegar hails from Modena, Italy where balsamic vinegar originates. Lately, I’ve been trying out some of my gorgeous vinegars I have in my pantry in my kitchen. I love to reach for the white balsamic for so many dishes, recently, that I typically would not choose a balsamic for. As...

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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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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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How to Bake Bread with Raisins: Raisin Bread Month
Nov01

How to Bake Bread with Raisins: Raisin Bread Month

Raisin Bread Month is here in the month of November, and now you’re thinking to yourself when on Earth the last time you baked a loaf of Raisin Bread at home was. It may have been a while, if I’m guessing correctly. Raisin Information: Raisins are just dried grapes. Muscat grapes, which are generally available near year end, are aromatic, sweet & are ideal to use in baking rich cakes & other confections. The golden...

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The Satisfaction of Growing Your Own Fruit at Home
Aug10

The Satisfaction of Growing Your Own Fruit at Home

We have a most beautiful and productive garden this year… Aside from the cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, squash, pumpkin, peppers, lettuce and other amazing vegetables and herbs… We have grapes, figs, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, gooseberries, rhubarb, plums, apples…watermelon even! Whenever I see berry plants for sale, I get excitement in my belly. I just love berries. There’s nothing like going...

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Web Chef Review: Vilux White Balsamic Vinegar
Jul22

Web Chef Review: Vilux White Balsamic Vinegar

What’s Delicious today @ Cooking with Kimberly? Vilux White Balsamic Vinegar – You’ll love this stuff! It’s made from grape must from the sweet Terbbiano varietal, and lacks the traditional dark, rich color of typical balsamic vinegars. However, it has it’s own clear, beauty with more mild flavor than its darker counterpart. It’s sweet, grapey, tangy, crisp & bright. Instead of aging this vinegar in...

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