Category Archive: Recipes

Dec 17

How To Properly Poach An Egg

This step by step tutorial of how to properly poach an egg has detailed cooking instructions so you can conquer this challenging culinary adventure and end up with restaurant quality results. Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine are amazing recipes to use poached eggs or go the simple route and just add on top of golden …

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Dec 16

Homemade Candy Canes

Get the kids and make homemade candy canes with them. What a neat way to involve the them with the preparations for Christmas. Imagine how proud they will be when their own candy canes are hanging on the tree for everyone to see and enjoy. I have never made candy canes before but it looks …

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Dec 16

Winter Wonderland Vegetable Log Cabin Appetizer Tray

Here is an amazing way to create an edible Winter Wonderland Vegetable Log Cabin Appetizer Tray to bring to your favorite holiday party, extended family dinner or potluck. You will need to make the Winter Wonderland Vegetable Log Cabin: Six 8″- carrot logs (One for front, five for back) Hard boiled egg Snowman  ( click …

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Dec 15

Make Your Own Flavor Powders

This is a really neat way to make your own flavored powders to use a topping on chips, popcorn. The way to make them is on the scientific side so get the kids involved and make it a fun project to create your own popcorn flavoring for movie night. I have never heard of this …

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Dec 15

Pickled Green Onions

Here is a flavorful way to make a batch Pickled Green Onions recipe that is stored in your refrigerator. This mason jar of goodness can be ready is twelve hours but is better when you give it anywhere from three to days to infuse the flavor into the green onions. They make an excellent garnish …

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Dec 15

Make A Edible Fruit Christmas Tree Appetizer

This step by step tutorial of how to make a edible fruit Christmas tree appetizer that is a vertical fruit tray for family and friends to pick and choose healthy different pieces to snack upon. It has delicious pineapple, strawberries, oranges, grapes, apple, pears, cantaloupe and kiwi that can be cut into creative shapes. If …

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