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KALE, SAUSAGE, AND WHITE BEAN SOUP

KALE, SAUSAGE, AND WHITE BEAN SOUP

on February 24, 2019, 6:48 AM / in Food

To add color and sweetness, substitute diced winter squash for the potato. Whether you use potato or squash, add cooked pasta at the end and you’ve got minestrone. This recipe is from the Eats cookbook   INGREDIENTS 1/2 pound fresh kale 3 to 4 links (about 1 pound) hot or mild Italian sausage 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 1 stalk […]

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Toms chicken soup

Toms chicken soup

on January 28, 2019, 8:00 AM / in Food

Put a whole chicken down in a pot of water–cover it and place in oven at 325. Go to work all day long Get home and remove the bones with a slotted spoon add a package of egg noodles and a stick of butter. salt and pepper to taste. You can doctor this up if you want but I like […]

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Masses Should Begin Vitamin C Supplementation To Head Off A Mental Health Catastrophe

Masses Should Begin Vitamin C Supplementation To Head Off A Mental Health Catastrophe

on January 18, 2019, 6:14 AM / in Food

By Bill Sardi Alzheimer’s mental decline can be headed off years in advance of the occurrence of symptoms with the use of vitamin C supplements but not with oranges or apples that are considered to be vitamin C-rich foods. Don’t wait for your doctor or public health authorities to produce a vaccine or a drug to prevent the predicted tripling of […]

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HOMEMADE EGG ROLLS

HOMEMADE EGG ROLLS

on December 30, 2018, 6:49 AM / in Food

These homemade egg rolls are filled with pork and vegetables, all wrapped up and fried to crispy perfection. The perfect make-ahead appetizer for any event! Chinese egg rolls are a great snack or starter for any Asian style meal. These egg rolls can be assembled up to a day in advance and fried just before you plan to serve them. […]

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That Drawer Underneath Your Stove Isn’t for Storage

on December 27, 2018, 8:31 AM / in Food

Is this news to you? Find out what the space is really for. By ERIKA OWEN Originally published by Travel + Leisure Perhaps, like me, you use that drawer located underneath your stove for storing pans, cookie sheets, and muffin tins. Unfortunately, we’ve all been doing it wrong, according to the good people who manufacture stoves. While it does serve as a […]

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THANKSGIVING DESSERT RECIPES: PIES AND PUDDINGS: From Farmers Almanac

THANKSGIVING DESSERT RECIPES: PIES AND PUDDINGS: From Farmers Almanac

on November 15, 2018, 6:18 AM / in Food

When it comes to Thanksgiving, turkey may be the centerpiece of the table, but it’s dessert that can make the meal extraordinary, at least for us. So, here are eight scrumptious pie recipes using everything from classic ingredients like apples and cranberries to the slightly more adventurous combination of maple and bacon. (Yes, bacon for dessert!) Plus, we’ve included two delicious Thanksgiving puddings! […]

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HOW TO COOK A PUMPKIN

HOW TO COOK A PUMPKIN

on October 19, 2018, 6:05 AM / in Food

THE QUICK AND EASY WAY TO COOK A PUMPKIN COMPLIMENTS OF: Here’s how to cook pumpkin the simplest way—plus a selection of delicious pumpkin recipes, from our Blue Ribbon Pumpkin Pie to pumpkin spice pancakes! HOW TO COOK A PUMPKIN Cooking a pumpkin involves cleaning, cutting, and baking—that’s it! First, scrub the outside of the pumpkin with a vegetable brush to remove any visible dirt. Cut off […]

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Baked Mac and Cheese

Baked Mac and Cheese

on September 30, 2018, 6:36 AM / in Food

From the Kitchen of…Rebecca Longshore “I love how my Grandmother Howard’s mac and cheese has a crunchy, cheesy crust over a creamy center.” The key to Rebecca’s grandmother’s dish was evaporated milk. We added a surprise ingredient, canola mayonnaise, to make things extra creamy. Ingredients 10 ounce uncooked large elbow macaroni 1/2 cup canola mayonnaise 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour 1 […]

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Virginia Willis Shares the Secret of Perfect Southern Biscuits

Virginia Willis Shares the Secret of Perfect Southern Biscuits

on May 29, 2018, 7:26 AM / in Food

These biscuits are the cat’s meow   By VIRGINIA WILLIS  Virginia Willis is a chef, TV host, educator, and cookbook author. Her most recent book is Secrets of the Southern Table: A Food Lover’s Tour of the Global South.   My friend and colleague Dr. Marcie Cohen Ferris is a professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of North […]

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Biscuit-Topped Chicken Potpie

Biscuit-Topped Chicken Potpie

on May 23, 2018, 7:20 AM / in Food

Hands-on Time 35 Mins Total Time 1 Hour 15 Mins Yield Serves 6 (serving size: about 1 1/2 cups) Nothing says comfort more than Biscuit-Topped Chicken Potpie. We love the fluffy deliciousness of the biscuit topping while still delivering a healthy meal the whole family will love. How to Make It Step 1 Preheat oven to 425°. Step 2 To […]

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How About Something Different…. One Hell of a Salad Dressing

How About Something Different…. One Hell of a Salad Dressing

on May 3, 2018, 6:41 AM / in Food

Herbed Buttermilk Ranch Dressing We love our Salad dressing and around here we grow our on herbs just to enhance them. That is why we are doing something different today…. Here is how we make it…… 1 cup buttermilk 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup sour cream 1 small garlic clove, pressed 2 tablespoons minced shallot 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh […]

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Growing Sweet Corn from Sowing to Harvest

on April 28, 2018, 6:22 AM / in Food, People

Corn that’s had to travel miles to get to your plate will be past its peak, but cobs that have been picked in your own garden just minutes before cooking deliver a real punch of super sweet taste. In this short video we show you how to grow super sweet corn, from sowing and planting to knowing exactly when it’s […]

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Top Health Benefits Of Whiskey

on March 7, 2018, 7:08 AM / in Food

We really didn’t know this, but if you are a moderate whiskey drinker you could very well be living life healthier than the rest of us.  Whiskey is a popular alcoholic drink consumed all over the world. It is prepared from grains. Different varieties of whiskey are available providing unique flavour, aroma and elegant colour. It is usually consumed during […]

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EASY VEGETABLES TO PLANT IN EARLY SPRING

EASY VEGETABLES TO PLANT IN EARLY SPRING

on February 12, 2018, 6:43 AM / in Food

By Farmer’s Almanac  FAST-GROWING VEGETABLES TO HARVEST EARLY The secret to a bountiful early harvest is choosing the right seeds. As you peruse catalogs or seed kiosks, keep this in mind: Choose cold-resistant vegetables to plant this spring and well begun, you’ll be half done. COLD SNAP PEAS Got a sweet tooth? Grow sugar snap peas (Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon) for a sweet and […]

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Our Best DIY Food Gifts for Every Budget and Skill Level

Our Best DIY Food Gifts for Every Budget and Skill Level

on December 11, 2017, 8:59 AM / in Food

HANNAH BURKHALTER Going the DIY route for gifting this holiday season? Good call. Here’s your guide to making (not-lame) food gifts your loved ones will actually use and enjoy. No matter how crafty you are in the kitchen or how limited your budget, we have you covered this year. Let me guess. There are a lot of wonderful people in your life you want […]

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Hungry, Yet In A Hurry….Here Are the Healthiest Fast Food Salads

Hungry, Yet In A Hurry….Here Are the Healthiest Fast Food Salads

on November 29, 2017, 6:00 AM / in Food

Cooking Light rounded up the salad menus from a handful of the top national fast food chains. They compared nutrition numbers, refined their list, and then went through their drive-thru to sample the salads for themselves. There were, of course, some losers, but we successfully found some clear winners: as in healthy, delicious, salads that—yes—the Cooking Light dietitians, would order while on […]

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One-Dish Weeknight Dinners

One-Dish Weeknight Dinners

on October 31, 2017, 6:25 AM / in Food

Simplify weeknight cooking with these wonderful, one-dish dinners that come together in a flash. Chicken, Broccoli, and Brown Rice Casserole Chicken, Broccoli, and Brown Rice Casserole Recipe This healthy whole-grain spin on a comfort food classic is indulgent, creamy, and a guaranteed family-pleaser. Weeknight Lemon Chicken Skillet Dinner Weeknight Lemon Chicken Skillet Dinner Learn how to make this easy, 30-minute […]

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What’s Really in Oreo Cream Filling?

What’s Really in Oreo Cream Filling?

on October 31, 2017, 6:17 AM / in Food

By REBECCA FIRKSER   |   extra crispy Since their introduction in 1912, Oreos have been one of the most popular cookies in the United States. The cookie’s continuous popularity likely has something to do with the fact that they are relatively simple: just two chocolate wafers and a glob of sweet white filling. You may have noticed that any time that filling is mentioned […]

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SOUP RECIPES: SOUPS, STEWS, AND CHOWDERS

SOUP RECIPES: SOUPS, STEWS, AND CHOWDERS

on October 23, 2017, 7:57 AM / in Food

There’s nothing better than a warm, hearty bowl of soup on a cold day. These stew, chowder, and soup recipes will give you warmth and plenty of leftovers! A wise man once said: “Have a good wife and a rich cabbage soup; seek not other things.” BEST SOUP RECIPES Kale, Sausage, and White Bean Soup Meat, legumes, and a leafy green—what more could you ask for in […]

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PUMPKIN CARVING TIPS AND TRICKS

on October 18, 2017, 9:49 AM / in Food

Whether this is your first attempt at carving a pumpkin or your hundredth, there are many imaginative ways to create something special. In this video our friends at The Farmers Almanac provide a step-by-step demonstration of how to carve a pumpkin. One reason pumpkin carving is so popular is because it’s really fun to do, especially with your children or grandchildren. […]

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