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How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises

This recipe for how to make Blood Orange Meringue Pie is an unusual treat that you and your friends and family will enjoy. Such a nice change from the standard lemon meringue pie. How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Try using other citrus fruit for a lovely fruit meringue pie. Some other options include: lime orange tangerine grapefruit sudachi Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 35 min Cook Time: 15 min Bake Time: 10 – 15 min...

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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 Bake a Lemon Jelly Roll: Easter Surprises
Apr11

How to Bake a Lemon Jelly Roll: Easter Surprises

What a perfect time to learn how to make a Lemon Jelly Roll. Easter is the perfect time to present this showpiece of a dessert – A lemon curd filled jelly roll. How to Make a Lemon Curd-Filled Jelly Roll: I usually bake lemon meringue pies or angel cake with special sauces, as well as the traditional Paska, but this year, I will add something just a bit different. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min Bake Time: 10 – 15...

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How to Make No-Bake Cheesecake
Apr05

How to Make No-Bake Cheesecake

This recipe for How to Make No-Bake Cheesecake is a real winner. It is so tasty that you’ll have to restrain yourself from eating more & more, and sneaking into the kitchen at night for just another bite! How To Make No-Bake Cheesecake: Quick & easy to make, this will be a recipe you will want to save to make over & over again. You will need to use a 9 inch spring form pan 2 or 3 inch deep, a 9 inch cake pan or pie...

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How to Cook Purple Pole Beans
Apr04

How to Cook Purple Pole Beans

Purple Pole Beans are some of the most beautiful beans I have ever seen, especially when you actually see them growing on the plant as I have when I harvested them from my Summer garden. Pretty & prolific! The plant is positively loaded with these tasty beans. They yield a great harvest and you can enjoy them all summer fresh from the garden. How to Cook Purple Pole Beans: When they are cooked, they turn green but they are fat,...

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How to Cook Sweet Potato Sticks in a Roasting Tray
Apr02

How to Cook Sweet Potato Sticks in a Roasting Tray

This recipe for Sweet Potato Sticks in a Roasting Tray is so delicious & different! They are such a beautiful color, they’re healthy, sweet and a nice change from white potatoes. As well, baking is a healthier choice than deep frying. I’m using a special roasting tray to bake these sweet potato sticks as it is an easy, handy item to use, but you could use an ordinary baking sheet, making sure to turn your potato sticks...

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How to Cook Green Beans with Lavender Butter
Apr02

How to Cook Green Beans with Lavender Butter

This is a different and tasty recipe to cook Green Beans with Lavender Butter and a new way to prepare your green beans. There is nothing like lavender to add a delicious aroma to an otherwise ordinary dish. How to Cook Green Beans With Lavender Butter: This recipe would be a lovely side dish for Easter dinner. I did not get the lavender buds at my grocer. I got them online @ Qualifirst Foods. Type: Side Dish Recipe Prep Time: 10 min...

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Web Chef Review: Drogheria & Alimentary Cream with Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP Classica
Mar28

Web Chef Review: Drogheria & Alimentary Cream with Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP Classica

Drogheria & Alimentary Cream & Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP Classsica is a really interesting balsamic cream to use in your kitchen right out of Italy. Although this reference to Cream in the name is evident, it isn’t visibly creamy, but more syrupy and it’s super thick.  If you put it on a spoon, it will actually stick to the spoon and won’t drip or pour. It’s that thick, and the flavor is intensely...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper After Dinner Mints Tea
Mar28

Web Chef Review: Clipper After Dinner Mints Tea

This Clipper After Dinner Mint Tea is very minty, as it is a double-mint & fennel infusion. This refreshing and tasty, relaxing tea that will freshen your senses, as well as your breath. This tea just hits the spot after a dinner and I would happily recommend it to anyone who wants to refresh their taste buds. Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food: If you’re into mint, you could use it in your...

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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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How to Bake Traditional White Bread
Mar27

How to Bake Traditional White Bread

Everyone should know how to bake a really good, all-purpose loaf of bread, and a great place to start is with this recipe for Traditional White Bread. How To Bake Traditional White Bread: To bake bread of this kind, you will need to use a good, traditional, fresh active dry yeast, which you will allow to bloom in warm water. The bowl containing your proofing yeast should be kept warm by placing it in a larger bowl containing warm...

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How to Make Spicy Cucumber & Mango Salad
Mar22

How to Make Spicy Cucumber & Mango Salad

This Spicy Cucumber & Mango Salad dressed with lime juice is a delightfully refreshing Summer salad. You will enjoy this salad so much that you will wish to add it to your regular repertoire. The fresh cucumbers have a great crunch, the mango adds a bit of sweetness and the lime gives a tasty tang to the salad. The spice is just what you need to balance out the flavors. How To Make Spicy Cucumber and Mango Salad: Type: Salad...

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Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Mar20

Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil

If you haven’t already tried it, check out Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This olive oil is made at a single estate, meaning they grow, harvest, press the olives, as well as manufacture the olive oil product, on their own premises. This is a contrast to others, who import their olives and may send them elsewhere to be handled and packed. The preference is to use single estate olive oils. Castelanotti Arbequina...

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