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Beyoncé’s Celebrity Maple Syrup Diet?: Culinary Questions with Kimberly
Mar28

Beyoncé’s Celebrity Maple Syrup Diet?: Culinary Questions with Kimberly

On Culinary Questions with Kimberly, we’re discussing Beyoncé’s Celebrity Maple Syrup Diet. I don’t know if I would actually say that this is a real diet, but rather a cleanse, because it’s a short term thing and she’s not on it all the time. So, I think we should talk about it. Personally speaking, I think people should be cleansing a heck of a lot more often than they do. Much more often! When Spring...

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National Chocolate Covered Insect Day?
Oct14

National Chocolate Covered Insect Day?

You read that correctly…It’s National Chocolate Covered Insect Day in the good ole’ US of A. In America, and in the West, most folks have not yet accepted the concept of eating insects in any form. There are few proponents of “eating naturally”, which includes eating insects. In Asia, Africa and various other countries, there isn’t the repulsion many of us have. In Asian cuisine, it is not only...

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How to Make Cucumber & Nasturtium Flower Salad + Video
Sep23

How to Make Cucumber & Nasturtium Flower Salad + Video

I’m going to show you a recipe for Cucumber & Nasturtium Flower Salad… Now, you may be squishing your nose up, thinking to yourself, “Isn’t that a flower?” Yup, the nasturtium is a plant – all of which is edible. Be sure they are organically grown. The leaves, the flowers, the stems, the pods, all of it. Best thing about it isn’t the obvious beauty of the flowers in your meal or on your...

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Canadian Maple Syrup: Moments I Remember
Sep20

Canadian Maple Syrup: Moments I Remember

Doesn’t the cold weather remind you of Canadian Maple Syrup… The sweet tapping of trees in the woods, as Spring was on the far horizon. When I was young, our farm was adjacent to a grand stand of various species of maple trees, and many others as well as sumachs, chestnuts & vines. A little creek ran through it and provided the world’s best baby sitter. We played, fished, waded & collected shells, stones,...

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Organic Harvesting: A Preference, Not a Must?
Sep20

Organic Harvesting: A Preference, Not a Must?

Organic harvesting is such a hot topic when it comes to food, our diets and our health, especially during National Organic Harvest Month! Most North American farmers now use specific chemicals to protect their harvests from worms, insects, fungi, weeds and other pests. Foods that are so treated, still have traces of those treatments on them, sometimes poisons, when taken to market. Pesticides can contribute to illnesses including...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Rise & Shine Tea
Aug10

Web Chef Review: Clipper Rise & Shine Tea

A tea lover through and through… …I’m bringing you Clipper Rise & Shine Tea today. It’s lemony, it’s tangy, it’s uplifting, it’s lovely! ~ Kimberly Edwards Made with organic Yerba Mate, lemongrass, lemon peel & lemon verbena. Check out this webisode of “What I Say About Food” here: With this tea, you are able to use the full boiling temperature water. Tasty unsweetened, or sweetened...

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Organic, Nutritious & Delicious: Organix Foods for Children
Jul24

Organic, Nutritious & Delicious: Organix Foods for Children

If you’re a parent, we know that you want to feed your children nutritious foods…Foods that are as pure as possible. Organic is what you’re looking for, but most importantly, it has to taste good. They won’t eat it, if it doesn’t taste good, will they? In fact, it can be tough getting young children from toddler age to eat. They can be picky, they can be fussy, and they can be downright cantankerous about...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Cloud Nine Tea
Jul23

Web Chef Review: Clipper Cloud Nine Tea

Do you need to find your Cloud Nine? Well, I can help you out. Check out Clipper Cloud Nine Tea… Organic elderflower, lemongrass and apple infusion grace your mug with flavor & splendor, which is described as being “as welcome as a summer breeze”! If it’s cold outside, it’s the summer breeze you’re looking for… If it’s summertime, then it’s the flavors of the season! I...

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Web Chef Review: Drogheria Organic Chili
Jul18

Web Chef Review: Drogheria Organic Chili

Do you like to Spice it Up? Are you an incessant sprinkler of red chili pepper flakes on your meals? Pizza, pasta, soups, marinades, rice…whatever! Yes, I am addicted to red chili flake addition. Drogheria Organic Chili provides you with all of what you want out of those typical flakes you can find floating around restaurants & pizzerias in your town too, and then some. With an intensity of flavor because of the fresh...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea
Jul16

Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea

BAM…It hits you! You opened a box of Clipper Organic Indian Chai Tea, and what did you experience? A euphoria for your senses. The first thing that got you was the fragrance from the perfectly sealed bag inside that pretty box. These unbleached tea bags smell so good that it might just cross your mind to throw a few in your clothes drawers because they tantalize your senses. With exotic tones of cinnamon, lemon peel, cloves and...

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Order Green Pepper Seeds from the ‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Kitchen Garden
Sep22

Order Green Pepper Seeds from the ‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Kitchen Garden

Want to grow your very own Green Pepper Plants at your home? Want to grow the same Green Pepper Plants “Cooking with Kimberly” uses? Want to have a green pepper plant to get you through the winter with fresh peppers? Who doesn’t? LOL You will receive 12 of these green pepper seeds that will produce large, green, crisp peppers that are perfect for Stuffed Peppers recipe, salads and the like. These green pepper seeds...

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Order Granny Smith Apple Seeds from the ‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Kitchen Garden
Sep22

Order Granny Smith Apple Seeds from the ‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Kitchen Garden

Order Granny Smith Apple Seeds from the ‘Cooking with Kimberly’ Kitchen GardenEver wanted to grow your very own Apple Tree? How about a Granny Smith Apple Tree? Sounding good so far? Want to eat like “Cooking with Kimberly“? These Granny Smith apple seeds came from the apples off the apple tree right out of the “Cooking with Kimberly” Garden in Ontario, Canada! You will receive 2 “Cooking with...

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Order Classic Basil Seeds from the “Cooking with Kimberly” Kitchen Garden
Sep22

Order Classic Basil Seeds from the “Cooking with Kimberly” Kitchen Garden

Ever wanted to cook and eat just like your favorite chefs or cooks whose food you enjoy? Now’s your chance… You can not only start your very own basil plant to get you through winter, or plant in your garden for summer, but you can do it with classic basil seeds right out of the “Cooking with Kimberly” Kitchen Garden! You will eat just like your favorite web chef, Kimberly Edwards, from CookingWithKimberly.com....

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