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Gouda Onion Dip

Wow! This onion dip is not your typical out of the package dip. Instead, you pretty it up with a scooped-out ball of Gouda cheese. No kidding! Because it’s so beautifully self-contained, it travels well when you want to take this as an appetizer to a party. Not only that, but your friends will be bowled over by the presentation…

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Peanut Butter Think Outside The Sandwich

Peanut butter has been a pantry and sandwich staple in households for generations. However this beloved American icon is more than a spread destined to partner with jelly. Peanut butter is also a nutrient dense food that is sometimes overlooked as part of a healthy lifestyle. Incorporating peanut butter into a variety of dishes and snacks can help add important…

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Juicing Beets Recipes

This is my article dedicated to juicing beets recipes. Frankly, I love the things, and I really find, I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I feel tired or I feel a cold coming on, juicing beets really helps me. Maybe it’s a placebo thing. I don’t care. I’m making an article especially for that special vegetable…

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Crescia Bread Or Italian Cheese Bread

If you don’t like locatelli cheese then don’t even bother making this bread, this bread has such a great aroma and flavor that you will eat an entire loaf by yourself, it is also perfect for gift giving and the best part is that you can freeze it weeks in advance and everyone will think that you just made it…

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Chocolate Fondue Two Delicious Recipes

Are you an old pro when it comes to making delicious desserts? Do your guests rave about your cakes and pies? The next time you have company over for dessert, why not try something different. Chocolate fondue has been in and out of fashion since the seventies and most people have tried it at least once. But if you want…

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Relish The Taste Of Summer With Easy Homemade Pickling

Is it possible to extend the fresh flavors of summer just a little longer? In days past, the solution was pickling and canning vegetables, like corn and cucumbers, that peak during the warm weather months. While today’s busy schedules don’t leave much time for old-fashioned pickling, refrigerator pickling is an easy way to capture summer in a jar. Preparation time…

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Red And Luscious Cherries Make Tempting Desserts Easy To Prepare Cherry Spumoni Can Be A Hit At Parties Reunions And Backyard Barbecues

It’s a great time to enjoy one of America’s favorite fruits. Whether on their own, baked in a pie, mixed in yogurt parfaits or made into ice cream, cherries are popular with people young and old. Tart cherries, the kind most famous in pies, are seldom sold fresh because they are highly perishable. However, canned, frozen and dried tart cherries…

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Tips For Delectable Soy Smoothies

Many people in today’s busy world have found that a fruit-packed smoothie made with soy milk is a good way to get essential nutrients when they’re on the go. Research shows that soy milk is good for you and your family since it’s high in protein, fiber and calcium. It’s also a great choice for people who avoid dairy products.…

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Cabbage Soup Recipe

– 6 large green onions – 2 green peppers – 1 or 2 cans of tomatoes (diced or whole) – 3 Carrots – 1 Container (10 oz. or so) Mushrooms – 1 bunch of celery – Half a head of cabbage – 1 package Lipton soup mix – 1 or 2 cubes of bouillon (optional) – 1 48oz can V8…

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Say Cheers To Grilling And Good Wine

Most Americans would agree that nothing beats a perfectly grilled steak, a tender pork loin or a delicious cut of lamb – especially when paired with just the right glass of full-bodied wine. Australians also share a genuine passion for barbecuing. While the folks down under are reaching for their “shrimp on the barbie” or their pork, ribs or steak,…

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