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How to Cook Kampot Pepper Apricot Brandy Sauce + Video
Apr04

How to Cook Kampot Pepper Apricot Brandy Sauce + Video

You will be so happy to have this recipe for Kampot Pepper Apricot Brandy Sauce on hand to enhance the flavors of your favorite dishes. This is a smooth, delicious sauce that goes well with barbequed foods, as well as oven roasted meats adding an elegant touch to any dish. Try it on pork, steak, chicken, and even fish or seafood would benefit from this flavor profile with a splash of citrus. On this night, I served it on top of BBQ...

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How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video
Apr02

How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video

Once you try this recipe for Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs, you will want to make it frequently. It gives you a whole new attitude about deviled eggs, and it’s a real winner for parties, showers or healthy snacks. How To Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a perfect solution to the afternoon munchies combined with avocados, which are high in omegas.  Turmeric & smoked paprika contain magnesium, which assist in weight loss...

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How to Make Avocado Cups for Seafood Salad
Feb18

How to Make Avocado Cups for Seafood Salad

Looking for a lovely way to serve seafood salads? Try making Avocado Cups! Perfect for a romantic dinner for two, like Valentine’s Day, or for summertime entertaining… The naturally, ripply, green-black skin of the avocado is aesthetically pleasing, especially when heaped with a gorgeous seafood salad with plump crab meat, lobster meat or shrimp! How to Make Avocado Cups for Seafood Salad: Be sure to reserve the delicious...

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How to Make Spinach, Citrus & Avocado Salad: Valentine’s Day Treats
Feb10

How to Make Spinach, Citrus & Avocado Salad: Valentine’s Day Treats

A beautiful way to make an impression on Valentine’s Day is with this lovely, fresh, colorful Spinach, Citrus & Avocado Salad! The creamy texture of the avocado satisfies your craving for something rich, and juicy citrus cleanses the palate for another bite of perfectly seasoned deliciousness. Tasty, raw veggies nourish you & make you feel good, preparing you for the rest of your romantic dinner for two. How to Make...

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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 Cook Cherry Tea Braised Pork Loin + Video
Nov05

How to Cook Cherry Tea Braised Pork Loin + Video

This Cherry Tea Braised Pork Loin Roast is such a treat to your senses. Braising meats really keeps everything moist and juicy as they roast. First, the meat is seared on a high temperature, then is placed in a braising liquid of sorts and finished off in the oven with that moist heat. Pork roasts tend to shrink considerably, especially when cooking with only dry heat methods. Using the braising method really retains a lot of that...

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How to Make Brandied Cherries
Nov04

How to Make Brandied Cherries

What could sound more delicious than some warm Brandied Cherries served over some vanilla ice cream? How about sipping on some cherry brandy for an after dinner liqueur? How to Brandy Cherries: Making Brandied Cherries is quite a bit quicker to do than when using peaches or apricots. The cherries don’t need to be processed with a canner to preserve them. You simply skip that step and go straight to aging the jar of cherries....

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How to Cook Brandied Apricots
Nov04

How to Cook Brandied Apricots

Brandied Apricots will warm you heart & soul this Winter season. Brandied fruit, and its subsequent flavored brandy is marvelous, especially around the Holidays. A great way to flambé fruit, enjoy the fruit by itself, the flavored brandy by itself, or together on top of ice cream. How to Brandy Apricots: Brandy & apricots is such a nice combination to enjoy. You may also use this recipe for apricots, but replace the brandy...

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How to Cook Prunes Stewed in Orange Juice
Nov04

How to Cook Prunes Stewed in Orange Juice

Stewed Prunes in Orange Juice is on the menu tonight for dessert over ice cream. How to Stew Prunes in Orange Juice: The flavor of prunes ripens nicely when stewed in tea, and we will take advantage of that fact along with the orange juice to impart amazing flavor into the prunes, as well as leaving you with a flavorful fruit cordial & tea blend to enjoy afterwards. Type: Stew Recipe Serve with: ice cream, whipped cream, yogurt or...

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How to Bake Plum & Apple Cobbler
Nov03

How to Bake Plum & Apple Cobbler

Fruit cobblers are great options for a freshly baked dessert in under 1 hour. This version made with plums & apples from our own fruit trees make for a lovely combination. Cobbler is an American Southern-style recipe that is marvelous with peaches, cherries or any fruit I’ve tried it with. Served over ice cream, this sweet treat will be something the whole family will love, Summer or Winter. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve with:...

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How to Cook Stewed Prunes
Oct31

How to Cook Stewed Prunes

Stewed Prunes are an old, classic fruit stew, and most think it to be for “old people,” but the fact remains, it’s tasty! Yes, it’s a known fact that prunes, well, make you regular, if you catch my drift. However, they are chock full of vitamins, minerals & even protein. A healthy snack that’s ever-so-tasty made this way…stewed. How to Cook Stewed Prunes: We are quite fond of stewed prunes in...

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How to Brandy Peaches: National Brandied Fruit Day
Oct20

How to Brandy Peaches: National Brandied Fruit Day

National Brandied Fruit Day is October 20th, and we are celebrating with a Brandied Peaches recipe that will perfect for your Holiday entertaining. Fruits preserved in spirits or brandy prevent the fruit from breaking down or decaying, something like vinegar does. Brandied fruit is most commonly served over ice cream, puddings, cakes or compotes. The syrup is strained into a bottle or seal-able carafe, and can be used to impart flavor...

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2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day
Oct17

2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day

Four Prunes Day, it is, and below you’ll find a 2 great recipes made with prunes that you’ll love. Simple & delicious. Prune Facts: Prunes are freestone, purplish black plums, great for eating or cooking, and delicious dried for snacking. When dried, their sugar content is bumped up. This keeps them from molding or decaying. Storage is easy, and refrigeration is probably best, if you are keeping them for a prolonged...

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