Category Archive: Recipes

Oct 29

Homemade Herbed Farmer’s Cheese

This is one of the easiest ways to make cheese. Without the herbs in India it is called paneer and is sometimes pressed with a heavy weight for up to three hours, then cut into cubes and used in curries. This recipe calls for less pressing, usually about twenty minutes for a lighter fluffier cheese. …

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Oct 28

Refrigerator Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Spread

A pumpkin spread that is for grown ups. Delicious spread for toast, bagel or muffins, biscuits or even as a dip for apple slices. This looks delicious and since it is kept in the fridge you don’t need to can it, just eat it. from slicing and roasting the pumpkin to putting into the jars …

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Oct 28

9 Homemade Spice Seasoning Blends To Flavor Food

Theses 9 homemade spice seasoning blends to flavor food will save you money as you build your food pantry storage. You can buy ingredients in bulk and individually mix your seasoning blends as needed to suit your family’s taste buds.  Women’s Health Magazine has some insightful articles. Here is a great way to save money …

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Oct 27

Teddy Bear Almond Cookies

These super cute Teddy Bear Almond Cookies are delicious adorable bite size dessert that are so innocently hugging almonds, cashews or walnuts.  If you want to get creative, after teddy bear almond cookies are done baking and thoroughly cooled  dip them halfway in milk or dark chocolate then lay down to dry. Japanese cook, Maa …

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Oct 25

Delicious Homemade Buttercreams

With the holidays quickly making their way here, I am starting to make decisions on what kind of candy and cookies I will be making this year. I usually make an assortment of different fudge recipes to mix and match and give as gifts. I also make other candies and cookies to share with family. …

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Oct 25

Chimichurri And Rabbit In Jars

For folks that raise or hunt rabbit for meat here is a recipe to add to your collection. Rabbit with chimichurri that you put into jars and keep in the fridge. They will keep for up to six months unopened and should be eaten within two weeks after opening. The rabbit is simmered in a …

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