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How to Cook Kimberly’s Healthy Green Garden Vegetable Soup
Sep29

How to Cook Kimberly’s Healthy Green Garden Vegetable Soup

I had no idea what I would make tonight for dinner for my family, except I wanted something warm like soup on this cold, rainy night. I looked in the fridge and saw we happened to have a lot of green vegetables…This is my tasty creation everyone loved; there’s almost none left. Very healthy and warms your soul. Enjoy! Type: Soup Recipe Serve With: Fresh, crusty bread Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time: 30 mins Yield: 1 large...

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How to Cook Beans in a Rice Cooker
Mar02

How to Cook Beans in a Rice Cooker

Do you have a Rice Cooker? They’re wonderful for cooking rice, aren’t they? They save you time. They “magically” know when rice is done, irregardless of the variety, but is that all? NO WAY!  I like to cook lentils and small beans in the rice cooker as well as barley too. They are small sized grains & beans that are cook-able in your rice cooker. Just make sure what you want to cook is of similar size to...

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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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How to Cook Beans from Scratch
Sep21

How to Cook Beans from Scratch

I don’t know what all the fuss about cooking beans from scratch is about! Well, it’s not rocket science as long as you follow a few simple tips… Tips: Be sure to soak your beans overnight in plenty of water. Don’t put anything acidic into the water! Why? It increases the cooking time…Not sure exactly why, but it’s not worth it. What’s acidic? Lemon/lime juice, hot sauce, vinegar Don’t...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Kicked-Up Texas Frito Pie
Apr02

How to Cook Kimberly’s Kicked-Up Texas Frito Pie

Kimberly’s Kicked-Up Texas Frito Pie is something you’ll make when your taste buds are feeling a bit naughty… Yet another guilty Texas indulgence – those Texans know how to eat, let me tell you! Crunchy corn chips topped with all the fixins – cheese, spicy chili, peppers, and whatever else you crave. Kimberly’s Kicked-Up Texas Frito Pie: Frito Pie is a wonderfully regional delicacy, shared the world...

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How to Cook Great Green Bean Casserole
Mar22

How to Cook Great Green Bean Casserole

This recipe is reminiscent of my grandmother’s comfort food…She would make this for Easter! Yum! ~ Kimberly Edwards ;D Type: Side Serve With: Easter feast Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 1.25 hrs + 5 min Nutrition Facts: * Please use organic ingredients whenever possible! Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Clean and trim green beans. * Tip: Do not chop beans… 3. Clean & finely dice onions,...

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How to Make Hummus from Heaven
Jan27

How to Make Hummus from Heaven

If you’ve never tried Hummus before, you really are missing something special. It tastes so fabulously complex, is a vegetarian recipe, and it’s quick and easy to make at home. Try this recipe because I’ve been told it’s Hummus from Heaven…LOL Just delicious! Great as an appetizer or hors d’oeuvres…Lovely! Type: Appetizer Recipe Serve With: Grilled or fried pita, or naan Prep Time: ~ 8 min...

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How to Make Roasted Chickpeas – aka Leblebi
Jan24

How to Make Roasted Chickpeas – aka Leblebi

Roasted Chickpeas aka Leblebi is a snack made from roasted chickpeas, very popular in Turkey. It is traditionally, eaten alongside of boza as a crunchy snack (see recipe here: Kimberly’s Boza). Not only is this a healthy snack, these are delicious & easy to make. This snack is alleged to also increase breast size – That’s what they say ladies… Roasted Chickpeas – Leblebi: Type: Snack Recipe Serve...

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Healthy, Cooked Breakfast For The New Year

Healthy and Cooked Breakfast? Really? That’s right! Read on… *** A Healthy Cooked Breakfast? By Karen Thorne It may seem a contradiction but it is possible to have a healthy and delicious cooked breakfast. First, start with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice – full of vitamin C and counts as one portion of fruit and veg. Then a bowl of porridge made with half semi skimmed milk and half water. Top with just a...

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How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup
Dec24

How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup

Mennonite Green Bean Soup is a family tradition on my Mother’s side…This is Grandma’s recipe, and likely her mother’s, and so on… How to Cook Mennonite Green Bean Soup: This recipe is a food of love that you must feel in your very nature. You work with the ingredients you have on hand, and adjust according to the amounts you are using. An ideal or general recipe, depending upon how you look at it, is...

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Autumn Nostalgia Of Soupy Goodness

A nostalgic walk when school starts and the autumn leaves are blowing. Remember soup in a thermos? My mother, many a day, sent me off to school with a thermos full of soup, and I couldn’t wait until lunch time to eat it! Easy and simple recipe included. *** Autumn in a Soup Thermos By Beth Mccain I am one of those people who anticipate with glee the clear crisp autumn mornings. Give me gloomy gray clouds with a slight rainy mist...

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