Monthly Archives: March 2017

Breakfast Melt

Yield: 4 sandwiches Ingredients: 1 package of pork sausage 8 slices of sharp cheddar cheese 8 slices of cinnamon raisin bread 4 eggs butter Directions: Form 4 large sausage patties. Fry slowly until done and drain on a paper towel. Break the eggs...

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Blueberry Coffee Cake

One of the most wonderful summer fruits is blueberries. Not only can they be stored in many different ways, they make a wonderful addition to many recipes. One of our favorite blueberry recipes is blueberry coffee cake, which can add a delightful...

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Black-eyed Peas Please

Serving black-eyed peas is a wonderful way to add fiber to your meals and help to reduce cholesterol. Whether you want to eat healthier foods or just want some good ol’ home cooking, this basic recipe for cooking black-eyed peas will hit the...

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Beef Ribs with Memphis BBQ Dry Rub

No matter how they’re cooked, nothing says summer like a moist, delicious rack of barbecued ribs. Ribs need to be cooked slowly to become tender and juicy. While one might think of ribs as needing to be smoked, that isn’t the case. There are...

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Basil, Lemon and Pepper Chicken Breasts

Boneless and skinless chicken breasts are a healthier alternative than chicken with skin, but they can turn out a bit dry if they’re not nicely marinated first. This easy recipe will make it easy for you to make a juicy chicken breast with nice...

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Basic Pie Crust

Makes 1  9-inch pie crust Ingredients: 1/2 c. sifted flour 1/2 c. butter, cubed 1/2 tsp. salt 3 tbsp. cold water Directions: In a large bowl, add the flour, salt and butter. Blend with a fork.  Add water while gently mixing the dough. Divide in...

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Basic Tempura Dipping Sauce

One of the best parts of tempura is the dipping sauce and it’s a good thing that it’s very easy to make. Ingredients •    1 cup water •    Œ cup mirin •    Œ cup soy sauce This recipe makes about about 1 œ cups dipping sauce and can be stored for...

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Basic Chocolate Cake Recipe

If you ever need a chocolate cake, this recipe will do in a pinch. It’s moist, quite delicious and doesn’t require any unusual ingredients. We demonstrate this recipe to make 2 – 9” cakes, but you can adjust the sizes and numbers as you wish...

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Baked Salmon & Asparagus

Salmon is very easy to make. A lot of people get scared to cook it but the truth is, there isn’t much faster food, that tastes delicious around. The trick is getting the right Salmon. You want wild salmon bought from a good market. You can...

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Australian Coleslaw

This coleslaw is a bit unusual from what we are used to in America but great for the hostess who thinks “outside the box”. And the flavor is wonderful! Ingredients: 1 cabbage, shredded 3 carrots, grated 2 capsicums 3 onions 4 stalks of celery 1...

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