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Roasted Potatoes

How to Make Perfect Roasted Potatoes

Potatoes are widely grown and used as an important part of a daily diet in some places.  They are easier to grow than other crops such as wheat, and are the fourth largest food crop behind rice, wheat and maize.  But where on earth were potatoes first eaten and cultivated?  The Origin of the Potato […]

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Addictive Sweet Potato Burritos with Avocado-Cilantro Cream Sauce

Sweet potatoes are a healthy super-food. They are loaded with beta carotene and other essential vitamins and minerals, they are considered “slow carbs” meaning they don’t spike your blood sugar like other starches and they keep you feeling fuller longer. Not only that, they’re delicious! Have you tried sweet potatoes in a burrito? Try this […]

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Vegetarian Diet: Pros and Cons

Changing your lifestyle and food choices has started to grow tremendously. More people have been coming aware of what’s actually going into their body. Going organic, Kosher, vegetarian or fat-free has been increasingly popular with the growing trend of developing better health in our country. Going vegetation can be pretty simple and have both pros […]

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Mango Cream Popsicles

Homemade Orange Creamsicles

Summer is fast approaching, and in many regions of the country, warmer temperatures are already turning thoughts to indulging in the icy cool, refreshing treats of summer. Many have favorites that bring back fond memories of childhood days. Now, as adults and parents, we not only help our children create their own remembrances, but we […]

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Layered Fruit Pops

How to Make Layered Fruit Pops If there’s one thing most people can agree on about fruit pops, it’s that nothing is better than a homemade fruit pop made with your very own fresh fruit. Layered fruit pops are both nice to look at and enjoyable to eat. Best of all, they’re actually very easy […]

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Hot cross buns

Traditional English Hot Cross Buns

We all know about hot cross buns from the nursery rhyme, but not many of us realize that there’s a cultural significance of these sweet little delicacies around Easter time. Many Christian cultures make hot cross buns to eat on Good Friday, even going so far as to having a superstition saying that rolls baked […]

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Fresh Cheese Bread

Cheese Bread

Homemade bread is a household’s wish come true. When it’s right out of the oven and still warm, your taste buds go wild as you bite into a soft slice smeared with butter. A piece of bread with melted cheese on top can serve as a great appetizer to any main dish. Grilled cheese sandwiches […]

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Quick & Easy Valentine Dinner

A Valentine’s Day dinner with your sweetheart should be more than just a meal. It should be a pleasant evening of great food and quality time with the one you care about most. Unfortunately, most Valentine dinner recipes will involve hard to find (and pricey!) ingredients and lengthy prep time. For busy moms and women on […]

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Dinner of Hors d’oeuvres

Sometimes when you’re having a dinner party cooking a full entree for dinner isn’t even necessary. Having plenty of delicious hors d’oeuvres and an appetizer spread is satisfying and fun. Guests can sample little tidbits and fill up on what they want. Save time and money by creating a smart, healthy and tasty menu. Busy […]

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A Southern Thanksgiving

If you happen to be Southern or just want to enjoy Southern food, then you probably already expect that a good old-fashioned Southern Thanksgiving dinner is going to offer up an explosion of down-home country comfort foods. Read further for just a few recipe ideas and tips that will ensure your Thanksgiving dinner is truly […]

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Veggie Pancakes

Getting the kids to eat their vegetables is challenging for many mothers. However, transforming common vegetables into savory veggie pancakes can make them more appealing to youngsters. These pancakes are cooked in the same way as potato pancakes, but they use much more nutritious veggies like zucchini and beets. This recipe makes five or six pancakes, […]

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Fall Harvest Soup

Fall has arrived, and the temperatures are dropping. One way you can keep yourself and your family warm this fall is to make some good soup. Below are a couple delicious recipes you can try. Butternut Squash and Apple Soup Butternut squash is an excellent source of vitamin C. Vitamin C helps boost the immune […]

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