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How to make plant-based meats taste like the real thing

Filed in Real Food by on June 1, 2020 0 Comments
How to make plant-based meats taste like the real thing

Between meat shortages and rising meat prices, many people are turning to plant-based meats for the dinner table. But how do you use plant-based meats?

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Best Gifts for Food Preservers and Cooking Enthusiasts

Filed in Canning and Preserving, Uncategorized by on December 9, 2019 0 Comments
Best Gifts for Food Preservers and Cooking Enthusiasts

Find the perfect gift for all the cooks on your list.
Get your favorite food preserver a magazine subscription or a new cookbook.
Canning Journals, out-of-print books, and limited-edition jars are fantastic gifts for cooking and preserving hobbyists.

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Do We Still Need Cookbooks?

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on October 16, 2019 0 Comments
Do We Still Need Cookbooks?

Is there a reason to buy a cookbook today? Can’t we get everything we want from online recipes? October is National Cookbook Month, a time to peruse book shop shelves and find new ways to prepare the harvest. But today, when we can quickly find a recipe for anything we could possibly want online, do […]

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naturally sweet food in jars Book Review

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on April 19, 2018 0 Comments
naturally sweet food in jars Book Review

This week’s canning and preserving book review is naturally sweet food in jars. If you are interested in home food preservation, you probably are familiar with Marisa McClellan. McClellan is a cookbook author and home canning enthusiast. Her popular blog, Food in Jars, continues to be one of the best known and loved in the […]

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Favorite Canning Books Everyone Should Own

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on April 9, 2018 0 Comments
Favorite Canning Books Everyone Should Own

Explore creative ways to save the harvest with these favorite canning books. Just like seed catalogs help backyard gardeners weather the long cold winter, canning books help we preserving types get through the planting season. Apple blossoms bring to mind jars of spicy apple butter, and grocery store tomato plants have us planning new salsa […]

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Turn Hard Boiled Easter Eggs into Pickled Eggs

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on April 3, 2018 0 Comments
Turn Hard Boiled Easter Eggs into Pickled Eggs

Wondering what to do with all those colorful leftover Easter eggs? Pickle them! Do you have a plethora of leftover, hard-boiled Easter eggs? Don’t worry, your immediate future doesn’t have to be filled with egg salad sandwiches morning, noon, and night. Preserve those Easter eggs by pickling them to eat later. Back in the old […]

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Chocolate Chia Pudding + Homemade Jam

Filed in Real Food by on February 13, 2018 0 Comments
Chocolate Chia Pudding + Homemade Jam

Who says healthy isn’t tasty! This chocolate pudding has all the rich flavor with none of the fattening ingredients. And no cooking required.   Chia Seeds Chia seeds aren’t just for mini-topiaries anymore. This fantastic seed is full of fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids. It goes in smoothies, breads and other baked goods, and […]

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Sourdough Pfefferneusse Cookies

Filed in Real Food by on December 22, 2017 0 Comments
Sourdough Pfefferneusse Cookies

Make a big batch of these not-too-sweet cookies this weekend. They will last all through the holidays. It’s interesting how many of our Christmas traditions originated in Germany. The Christmas tree, marzipan, and these delightfully spicy cookies known as “pepper nuts.” I am not a big cookie eater. In fact, I’ve been known to say […]

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Do You Really Need More Stuff?

Filed in Real Food by on December 7, 2017 2 Comments
Do You Really Need More Stuff?

A Gift Guide for Those Who Have Enough Trinkets Have you ever wandered through the mall seeking a gift for your grandmother? Or for your mother-in-law who has everything? Or for your empty-nest parents who are trying to down-size? Have you been tempted to buy shiny baubles and trendy accessories? Do you convince yourself that […]

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Jam Bars for National Cranberry Day

Filed in Real Food by on November 21, 2017 0 Comments
Jam Bars for National Cranberry Day

Cranberries, oats, and almonds – oh my! It’s National Cranberry Day, a great time to celebrate the tart, native American fruit. I personally love all things cranberry, and usually purchase several bags of the fresh fruit to keep in the freezer all year. In honor of today however, I made these decadent Jam Bars and […]

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