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Dazzling Easter Menu

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  Easter is approaching!  Have you thought about a menu for your guests?  Keep it simple, prepare ahead, and spend more time with your family and friends.  Check the recipes section for some

Tip of the Month 3/1/2015

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Brown spots on your cauliflower? Why not use a potato peeler to remove those yucky spots.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Dazzle your Guests with Corned Beef and Cabbage!

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I call this a good old-fashioned boiled dinner and the best part about this recipe is it doesn’t require a lot of attention during the cooking time. Most corned beef is from the brisket,

Dazzle Your Sweetheart on Valentine’s Day!

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Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year and instead of going out for an overrated dinner, waiting in a busy restaurant for a table, deciding on a costly, pre-set menu, try cooking at

Tip of the Month 8/1/2015

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  Skimming the Fat:  To remove excess grease from browned ground beef or sausage, “blot” the extra fat from the pan using a piece of bread.  This also works for skimming fat off the top

Kentucky Pink Lemonade

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  Ingredients 1 1/4 ounce of Makers Mark Bourbon Half shot of Triplesec 4 ounces of Sweet & Sour Mix Splash of 7 up Dash of Grenadine Garnished with an orange slice and a cherry Instructions Add all ingredients into a steel shaker

Honey Glazed Carrots

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Honey brings such a wonderful sweetness to these petite carrots in this quick and easy dish. Tools Skillet Ingredients 12-16 oz. bag of petite carrots 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons brown sugar fresh dill and thyme (optional) Instructions Melt butter

Roasted Ham with Sherry-Apricot Glaze

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The first step to easy and delicious ham is choosing the right one.  A bone-in, spiral-sliced, smoked ham is perfect, The bone lends tons of extra flavor and keeps the meat juicy, the spiral

Glazed Pork Loin Roast with Peach Barbeque Sauce

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This is a simple, yet laid-back recipe and goes great with some grilled corn and a baked potato.  During roasting, brush the pork with peach barbeque sauce to create a sweet, sticky glaze.  Since

Tip of the Month – 4/1/2015

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When a recipe calls for butter that’s been melted and cooled, melt just a little over half of the amount called for in the microwave, then stir in the remaining butter.  The heat from

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