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How to Cook Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup + Video
Sep23

How to Cook Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup + Video

Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup is exactly what you want to cozy up with this time of year! A heavenly, creamy combination of autumn ingredients, perfect for the fall. It’s a soup everyone will love with hearty butternut squash & sweet potato, roasted & creamed to perfection. We are hauling gorgeous squashes out of our kitchen garden this time of year, and I’ve been harvesting our sweet...

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How to Grill Corn-on-the-Cob with Fresh Sheep Cheese with Lemon + Video
Sep18

How to Grill Corn-on-the-Cob with Fresh Sheep Cheese with Lemon + Video

If you’re looking for an unbelievable side dish, Grill Corn-on-the-Cob with Fresh Sheep Cheese with Lemon! This is one of my favorite recipes for cooking corn-on-the-cob, and I am very excited to show it to you. Serving freshly grilled corn with sheep cheese adds another layer of salty, tangy richness that makes the flavors sing – a truly perfect combination with the sweet, charred corn on the cob. Grilling the corn,...

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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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How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray + Video
Sep08

How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray + Video

Check out this recipe for How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray for a delicious way to enjoy this root vegetable! A tasty, nutritious, root vegetable eaten raw, radishes respond to cooking & roasting very well too. The peppery nuances are accompanied by a subtle sweetness that makes them irresistible. The radishes I’m using are from my garden and they are very large, brilliantly red in color, full of a fresh peppery...

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How to Boil Corn on the Cob + Video
Aug31

How to Boil Corn on the Cob + Video

Keep it simple in the summertime with this recipe for How to Boil Corn-on-the-Cob! Corn on the cob, in season, has to be the best way to eat it. Even though I enjoy corn on the cob grilled in the husks or grilled without the husks for a change, Mom still prefers it boiled. Whether you prefer your corn-on-the-cob with butter or other fixins, this is a very easy way to prepare this vegetable of summer. How to Boil Corn-on-the-Cob: Corn...

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How to Cook Broccoli in a Bamboo Steamer + Video
Aug26

How to Cook Broccoli in a Bamboo Steamer + Video

Try this really quick, really easy & really healthy side dish recipe for Broccoli in a Bamboo Steamer! Broccoli is such a delicious, nutritious vegetable and there are numerous methods of cooking it. When you steam it, it retains all those valuable nutrients & beautiful color. This is a super healthy, low calorie cooking method broccoli & you will benefit from. We have been harvesting broccoli from our kitchen garden for...

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How to Make Peach Freezer Jam + Video
Aug20

How to Make Peach Freezer Jam + Video

If you enjoy the taste of peaches, you will love this recipe for Peach Freezer Jam. Capture the essence of peach in a jam you can call upon, even in the depths of winter! It tastes like a bite out of a dewy, fresh peach and at our house, we like to enjoy peach freezer jam on yogurt, ice cream, in vinaigrettes & sauces, on toast, pancakes, crêpes, french toast, on desserts, and as glazes. Peach Freezer Jam: We like to have some...

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Web Chef Review: The TeaBook
Apr20

Web Chef Review: The TeaBook

  If you’ve never heard of the The TeaBook before, prepare to be dazzled! First off, where do you store your tea? In a cabinet? Maybe in miscellaneous tins? If you’re tea cupboard looks anything like ours, it can be a bit, well, disorganized at times… We really enjoy tea & drink it daily. Thus, we have a ton of tea – many different varieties of loose leaf tea, and tea bags from all over the world of all...

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How to Roast Dirty Potato Fans + Video
Feb16

How to Roast Dirty Potato Fans + Video

I am so pleased to teach you How to Roast Dirty Potato Fans! This impressive side dish is a feast for the eyes & the palate, and can pair well with any meat dish. Dirty potatoes are an actual heirloom variety of potato, and these particular ones are grown in Ontario. These potatoes have a flaky skin that holds more dirt than other potatoes might, so they need to be washed thoroughly. The insides of these potatoes are bright white...

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How to Roast Chestnuts + Video
Feb15

How to Roast Chestnuts + Video

If you have never Roasted Chestnuts before, this is the perfect time to learn! Using my recipe for how to cook fresh chestnuts will ensure your success… Roasted chestnuts have an earthy, sweet taste and combine well with cooked Brussel sprouts. The presentation is quite beautiful, as the Brussel sprouts are intermingled with these delicious tidbits of roasted chestnuts. Roasted Chestnuts: They also taste great, eaten with sweet...

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How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits + Video
Dec13

How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits + Video

For a delicious dessert that is easy & fun to make, try this recipe for How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits! You will find that people who love their desserts and snacks, adults & children alike, will be excited to enjoy this unique combination of delicious ingredients. Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits are perfect for Christmas or the middle of July. Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello...

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How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video
Dec11

How to Bake Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble + Video

Napa Valley Vanilla Fig Balsamic Apple Crumble is sure to be a new family favorite for dessert. This treat is a homey and filling dessert that is just as appropriate for serving after a dinner party as it is at a potluck meal, with simple and satisfying ingredients. Although you could end a backyard summer BBQ or a holiday buffet with this amazing apple crumble, I do enjoy it most during the colder weather in the fall and winter,...

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How to Make Severed Hand Punch: Halloween Treats
Oct21

How to Make Severed Hand Punch: Halloween Treats

Severed Hand Punch is not only frightening to hear, but freakish to serve for a scary Halloween party! This delicious punch that can be adapted for children or adults by adding or omitting vodka. Severed Hand Punch: Mixing a package each of orange & purple drink mix will create a disgusting, dark color, perfect for such a ghoulish Halloween party! Type: Beverage Recipe Prep Time: about 10 – 12 min Freeze Time: 2 – 3...

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