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How to Make Blue Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Make Blue Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes: Easter Surprises

This recipe for how to make Blue Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes is another of our favorites for an appetizer, or for lovely hors d’oeuvres for showers or parties. We look forward to these tasty tidbits of creamy deliciousness inside little tangy, red cherry tomatoes! The perfect bite of YUM! How to Make Blue Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes: You will definitely want to make a few extra for later because these gems will disappear...

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How to Cook Rice with Bacon, Tomato & Sweet Potato
Jan28

How to Cook Rice with Bacon, Tomato & Sweet Potato

Mission: Dinner Solution: Rice with Bacon, Tomato & Sweet Potato Tonight, I was ingredientally challenged in my kitchen, as it’s right before I go grocery shopping… I had bacon, one sweet potato, one tomato and some rice. I couldn’t remember a particular time I had combined these ingredients before, especially to create a main dish for dinner. Well, I just rolled with it, and this is what I came up with…A...

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How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs
Dec28

How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs

Tomato Dumplings are hearty & full flavored – perfect for any day of the week. An acquaintance revealed that one of her favorite & most delicious dishes made by her mom, they named tomato dumplings. Whenever her own family visited her mother, she requested tomato dumplings. In reviewing the recipe, I have found that it is much more than just tomato dumplings! How to Cook Tomato Dumplings with Meatballs: We, too, have...

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How to Cook Stewed Tomatoes: National Tomato Month
Oct01

How to Cook Stewed Tomatoes: National Tomato Month

It’s National Tomato Month, and there’s nothing like the taste of homegrown tomatoes fresh from your garden. We enjoy all the shades & shapes of tiny tomatoes, and all colors of large tomatoes as well. So perfectly tangy & juicy, perfect in any savory dish I can dream up, and such an important staple in our household. When it’s harvest time, it’s so exciting to make everything from gazpacho to fresh...

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How to Cook Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds
Sep11

How to Cook Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds

The season of Fall can play with our senses, just like the wind plays with the leaves in Autumn. These Grilled Steak & Tomato Bites with Sesame Seeds will satisfy all of your human senses. Hearty beef steak marinated in your choice of flavors and simply grilled up and served with a gorgeous array of toasted sesame seeds coating the outside. A cherry or grape tomato fresh out of the garden is just what this toothpick appetizer...

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How to Cook Smoked Paprika, Piquillo Pepper & Tomato Soup
Jan13

How to Cook Smoked Paprika, Piquillo Pepper & Tomato Soup

Looking for a hearty, flavorful soup for this cold winter weather? Try this fiery blend of smoked paprika, piquillo peppers, chilies & tomatoes with the accent of a balsamic-style vinegar to top it all off. The video is an episode of “Qualifirst Cooking with Kimberly“. Be sure to Subscribe today! In this recipe, I am using some special ingredients that are kicking this soup to another level entirely. Firstly, the...

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How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice
Nov24

How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice

Tonight, I decided to just wing it in the kitchen for dinner, and also even thought I would allow you to be privy to my thought process when I cook a dinner at home. Let me set the Scene:  I had no idea what I was going to cook. I needed dinner ready, like “Now“.  All I knew is that I was going to make chicken drumsticks because that’s the first thing to decide…what meat to use. The chicken drumsticks were the...

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How to Cook Tomato, Ham & Cheese Quesadillas
Sep24

How to Cook Tomato, Ham & Cheese Quesadillas

The other day, I was looking for a quick meal that I could create with the limited ingredients I had before going grocery shopping. I had ham, but no bread, and then noticed my handy tortillas and it clicked… A Tex-Mex/All-American fusion lunch quesadilla. What is more “All-American” than ham & cheese, right? Well, add a tomato, just to kick it up, make it more moist and give you more of a health benefit. Now,...

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How to Store Leftover Tomato Paste
Sep23

How to Store Leftover Tomato Paste

Don’t you just love how Tomato Paste comes in those small cans? I do because that flavor is so concentrated, I can’t possibly use a whole tin unless I’m roasting bones for beef stock, or in a chili. So, then what do you do with the remaining tomato paste left in the can? Don’t throw it out and just waste it! However, you can’t just leave it in the aluminum can because that’s not very good for you...

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How to Cook Brown Rice Spaghetti with Mushrooms, Cherry Tomatoes, Bacon & Basil
Aug27

How to Cook Brown Rice Spaghetti with Mushrooms, Cherry Tomatoes, Bacon & Basil

I was looking to make a quick pasta dinner this evening and wasn’t sure what kind of sauce I’d make… …So, I figured I’d start the pasta and decide while it cooked. I picked some fresh basil from my garden, sliced up some mushrooms, quartered some cherry tomatoes and crumbled up some bacon, added a bit of olive oil and butter to the mix and topped it all off with Parmesan cheese. The pasta I chose was a...

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How to Make Melania’s ‘Killer’ Chimichurri Recipe
Aug30

How to Make Melania’s ‘Killer’ Chimichurri Recipe

My new friend and neighbor, Melania McCarley, from Dallas, Texas made us this recipe this weekend and she told us it was “killer”. Once we tasted it, we completely agreed – Wow! Amazing pico… Melania is originally from Costa Rica where they call this mixture chimichurri. Try it – you’ll love it – I begged her for the recipe, so I could share it with you, and be able to make it whenever we want...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s “Non-Italian” Minestrone Soup
Nov11

How to Cook Kimberly’s “Non-Italian” Minestrone Soup

I enjoy Italian soups, but my mother always prefers a more rustic version with more vegetables, and less spices and flavors. So, I’ve decided to make my “Non-Italian” Minestrone Soup for us tonight! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Main – Soup Serve With: Fresh, Crusty Italian or French Bread Prep Time: 20 min Cook Time: 2 1/2 hrs. Yield: 1 large stock pot full Ingredients: 4-5 pieces Bacon – Sliced or chunked...

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How to Cook My Grandmother’s Favorite Southwest Chili

This was my grandmother’s favorite chili, and every time she decided she wanted to make it, she would call me in Texas and ask me my recipe. After too many ingredients, she would just laugh and make me promise I’d make it for her the next time I would see her! Actually, I could have called it Mom’s Favorite, My Niece’s Favorite, My Husband’s Favorite…LOL…Delicious! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type:...

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