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How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes
Apr20

How to Cook Kasper Family German-Style Crepes

This is one of our favorite Kasper family recipes…In fact, it’s the first recipe I learned to make on my own when I moved away from home. We don’t really eat the small, fluffy pancakes most families eat. We called these big, thin delights “pancakes”…our style of pancakes. Golden and delicious, these beautiful crepes can be eaten for breakfast, brunch or dinner, if desired. Try...

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How to Cook Edwards Family German Seven Layer Dinner

This dish includes traditionally German ingredients for a full meal in a baking dish. It’s lovely for a family dinner or for a smorgasbord buffet. ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Main Serve With: Nothing…It’s perfect all by itself! Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hr, 40 min Yield: 9 x 13′ casserole dish Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. 2. Grease baking dish with butter. 3. Thinly slice...

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How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos
Dec05

How to Cook Kasper Family German Holiday Moos

In German Moos (pronounced “mouse”) is a “dried fruit sauce” or dessert stew. Often called “pluma moos” as well. It is most delicious, a dessert of love and amazing for the Holidays! Grandma Kasper was an amazing cook and everything she made was memorable! During the Holidays, this special Moos was a dessert, a treat, a snack and a wonderful addition to the flavors we remember being present during...

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February Food Holidays & Events
Feb01

February Food Holidays & Events

Here are February Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here & there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Month Holidays: Berry Fresh Month: Tiger Nut & Berry Smoothies Browse Berry shows, Berry recipes How to Prepare & Eat Goldenberries – aka Peruvian Ground Cherries Blackberry Parfaits with Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger...

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Web Chef Review: BakeitFun Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mats
Feb16

Web Chef Review: BakeitFun Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mats

How about making your culinary life just a little easier and more convenient by making use of these fantastic BakeitFun Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mats. What I am showing you here are the two sheets in two beautiful colors – red & blue. which I received in nice, sturdy boxes. They come in good, sturdy boxes, and these baking mats are perfect for hostess gifts, stocking-stuffers and for your gourmet, culinary, and foodie...

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How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video
Sep11

How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles + Video

I am excited to show you How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles with my amazing Mother! The recipe my mother uses is one where she combined my German grandmother’s recipe, and my Ukrainian grandmother’s recipe, and she came out with her own recipe which, in my opinion is the best of two worlds. Our family is wild about mom’s dill pickles. When I was away at university, mom and dad used to stock up my pantry, always...

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Catch Kimberly for Pancake Tuesday on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’
Mar03

Catch Kimberly for Pancake Tuesday on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’

Tune in to Newstalk 610 CKTB at 7:50 am for Pancake Tuesday with web chef, Kimberly Turner, on Tim Denis in the Morning. Whether you like your pancakes lightly & fluffy, flat like a crepe, filled with berries, chocolate chips, nuts or bananas, they are a perfect breakfast food. For the pancake-loving soul, you can top these bad boys with spreads, syrups, honeys, butters, sprinkles, whipped cream, fruit & treats galore. Vegan...

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4 Delicious Super Bowl Tailgating Trends
Jan30

4 Delicious Super Bowl Tailgating Trends

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the tastiest days of the year…with tailgating parties popping up everywhere. Sinful delights filled with cheese, bacon, sour cream, sauces & deep fried deliciousness galore. Hearty meats, amazing side dishes, and exciting appetizers & snacks…not to mention alcoholic beverages galore. Check out these divine Bacon Mashed Potatoes for Super Bowl: 4 New Super Bowl Tailgating Trends: As the...

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How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes
Dec28

How to Cook Grandma’s Russian Pancakes

Russian Pancakes are always a treat around our house. There are so many kinds of pancakes, I hardly know where to begin. Pancakes or griddle cakes can be prepared to serve as appetizers, breakfast, lunch or supper, treats or as desserts & snacks. They can be prepared on your kitchen stove, table-side, a BBQ grill pan or electric griddle. Regardless of what one calls them, pancakes, crepes, blintzes, griddle cakes, batter cakes or...

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How to Make Bavarian Cream Pie: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
Nov27

How to Make Bavarian Cream Pie: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day

November 27th is National Bavarian Cream Pie Day, and it’s gonna be sweet with this Bavarian Cream Pie recipe. Bavarian cream can be used as a pie filling, as a soufflé or a Charlotte Russe, which is lined with lady fingers. Chef Marie-Antoine Carême is often credited with inventing this dessert, named in the early 19th century. photo right: Chef Marie-Antoine Carême This recipe is for a plain Bavarian cream pie, using a...

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How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day
Nov24

How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day

National Sardines Day is November 24th, and it is going to be delicious with a recipe for Sardines & Apple Casserole! Sardines are members of the herring fish family. The sardines from Europe have more flavor and are fatter than the ones that come from the American Atlantic, which more often than not, are canned. Personally, I very much enjoy the salty, oily sardines in a tin, and I enjoy them with raw onion slices or chives, and...

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November Food Holidays & Events
Nov01

November Food Holidays & Events

Here are November Food Holidays & Events. Most of these holidays are based out of the USA, with others sprinkled in here and there. Find other months on The Year in Food Holidays & Events page. Georgia Pecan Month: How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month Browse Pecan recipes, Nut shows, Nut recipes Vegan Banana Pecan Muffins How to Bake Rose’s Pecan Cookies Cooking Shows: Nuts Recipes + Reviews Good Nutrition Month:...

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2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day
Oct17

2 Prune Recipes for Four Prunes Day

Four Prunes Day, it is, and below you’ll find a 2 great recipes made with prunes that you’ll love. Simple & delicious. Prune Facts: Prunes are freestone, purplish black plums, great for eating or cooking, and delicious dried for snacking. When dried, their sugar content is bumped up. This keeps them from molding or decaying. Storage is easy, and refrigeration is probably best, if you are keeping them for a prolonged...

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