Tag Archive 'bread'

Jan 26 2009

Moist Banana Bread Recipe

Published by under Recipes

Jason Hill of Chef Tips shows you how to make a moist banana bread recipe that is sure to please your entire family! This easy banana bread recipe makes a very moist banana bread. You can turn it into a banana nut bread recipe by simply adding about a cup of gourmet black walnuts, which […]

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Dec 18 2008

White Bean Soup Recipe With Ham Hocks : Garnish Beans: Hamhocks & Bean Soup Recipe

Published by under Ham Hock

Learn how to garnish & serve a hamhocks & white bean soup recipe with cornbread in this free southern food cooking class on video. Duration : 0:2:7

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Dec 16 2008

White Bean Soup Recipe With Ham Hocks : What Are Ham Hocks: White Bean Soup Recipe

Published by under Ham Hock

Learn about ham hocks for a hamhocks & white bean soup recipe in this free southern food cooking class on video. Duration : 0:1:11

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Dec 13 2008

White Bean Soup Recipe With Ham Hocks : Soak Beans: Hamhocks & Bean Soup Recipe

Published by under Ham Hock

Learn how to soak the beans to make a hamhocks & white bean soup recipe in this free southern food cooking class on video. Duration : 0:1:8

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Oct 21 2008

Herbal Bread mix for breadmachine!

Published by under baking,Recipes

Christmas giving on my mind part 2! Here is #3 of my Christmas gift basket list. Home-assembled Herbal bread mixes- individually portioned and packaged for bread machines. (just add fluids) There are three standard bread machine sizes: Small 1lbs, medium 11/2lbs, and large 2lbs. You will need to find out what size the “gift-receiver” has. I’ve included […]

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Sep 26 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Easy Gourmet Pizza – No More Delivery

     Well – I imagine it seemed as though I abandoned this blog altogether –but not the case. It’s been hectic around our house, packing, getting ready to move, trying to sell our house, having a moving sale and open houses. Then there was this little storm you might have heard about named Ike, […]

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Sep 21 2008

Christmas Gifting On My Mind! (101 days till Christmas eve)

  In the spirit of the economy let me eliminate a bunch of trips to the mall where I would have to walk around frantically trying to find just the right gift for all, on my shopping list. I truly believe its time to bring back the old fashioned spirit of Christmas and spend a few […]

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Sep 08 2008

Cooking with Lavender!

Published by under organic,Recipes

    There is nothing better tasting then fresh bread with a lavender spread. The aroma of the two combined is so great that in my opinion should be bottled as a perfect kitchen air freshener scent. Important facts to know and to follow: Never use any type of dried lavender if it’s not self […]

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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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