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Dec 13 2008

How To Make a Bagel With Cream Cheese

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An Irishmans instructions on how to fulfill your apetite useing the basic bagel and cream cheese irish heritage recipe. Duration : 0:4:19

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Dec 12 2008

RV Today Archive- Pork and Cabbage

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Guest cook JoAnna Lund takes you to the mid-west with a German heritage recipe of braised pork and cabbage. Ingredients in this recipe: ½ cup of onions 3 cups of shredded cabbage 1 cup of unsweetened apple juice 2 tablespoons of sugar 1 teaspoon of dried parsley flakes 2 cups of diced pulled pork This […]

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Dec 12 2008

Sheep Cheese: Ancient Heritage Dairy

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Sheep cheese tastes distinctive, characteristically strong, and very different from cow or goat cheese. On this family sheep farm, the making of cheese reflects a slower pace of life along with a direct connection to the land. Consuming this cheese requires a careful eating pace. To see more stories, get recipes, and links to additional […]

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Sep 11 2008

Walnut Rhubarb Dessert Sauce!

Published by under heritage recipes,organic

I just made 21 pint jars of this delicatessen. These will make really great Christmas gifts. (Did you know only 103 days left until Christmas) Every year I freeze a bunch of rhubarb that’s peeled, finely chopped and blanched just for the purpose of making make my Grandma’s awesome Walnut Rhubarb Dessert Sauce. This is a tangy sauce […]

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Sep 04 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Part Deux

It’s morning. I haven’t had coffee yet. I’ve got the heavy stock pot tilted over the sink, draining the water from the tomatoes and onions that have sat overnight. I remind myself that if I DON’T visualize myself losing the lid and an hours worth of chopping down the sink, then it CAN’T happen. To […]

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Sep 03 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Post, the First

It’s a down-east family tradition. Chow Chow. Sweet relish made from green tomatoes and onions. When we were first introduced to it in New Glascow, Nova Scotia, we couldn’t believe we were allowed to eat this sweet good stuff right along side our meat and potatoes. Shouldn’t this be a desert? This year, with the […]

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Aug 27 2008

Heirloom Recipe—Hungarian Goulash

Published by under heritage recipes,Hungarian

Having been born in Hungary coincidentally “Hungarian Goulash” is my all time favorite “soothing the soul” dish. So I decided to share it first. I read somewhere in Hungarian folklore that it’s thought that the original Hungarian Goulash originated back in the time of the Huns.

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Aug 25 2008

Menu Planning!

I’m going to be hosting a five day student exchange later in the fall. Not just any students but international culinary grads from all over that decided to travel throughout Canada and the US. There are four of them going to be staying with me, but there are another eight of them in two other […]

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Aug 14 2008

A 3-Generation Christmas Cookie

Hard to believe that it is only four months until Christmas!  Too early, you may say, to think about baking cookies.  Think again!  If you are brave enough to endure the lengthy preparation of these cookies, passed down by my grandmother, they are well worth it.  My grandmother would make them by the laundry basket […]

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Aug 14 2008

Three favorite Potato salad recipes!

The name of this article tells all. For a few years the potato was taking a bad wrap for being a non-healthy food. Since it has been proven that the entirely underrated potato is overflowing with potassium, even more then the banana. A 6 ounce potato supposedly has 1/4 of the vitamin C a body […]

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