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Having been an avid bread baker for a few years I decided to branch out and experiment a little. I found that beer works well for yeast breads and quick breads too. From savory, herby and dense to sweet and soft these breads add greatly to any meal. I like to serve beer breads along […]

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This is an absolutely fantastic turkey that is enjoyed by adults and kids alike. The turkey always turns out crispy on the outside, but with succulent and moist meat. A killer for Thanksgiving! For the turkey 4.5kg turkey, washed and dried60g butter, melted For the stuffing 2 larges oranges500g cherries, pitted, chopped coarsely150g butter, sliced5 […]

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A tough grape to grow but well worth the investment, Pinot Noir is a grape that demands optimum growing conditions but provides a huge pay off. A lighter colored and flavored red wine, Pinot Noir is perfect for pairing with leaner meats, sweet vegetables or creamy cheeses. Although slightly pricier than other traditional red wines […]

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It’s not unusual, in most households, to have winter guests over for dinner. With this Cornish game hens with stuffing recipe, you’re sure to have not only a wonderful tasting meal, but also receive many favorable comments as well. Most folks like the dish because it’s simple to prepare, just thaw the birds and begin. […]

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Tips for Joining a Reputable Online Wine Club Ding Dong! My husband and I hear the doorbell and are jubilated because we know a special, monthly package has arrived. Appreciating the ability to savor differing wines that are recommended by wine experts and are delivered to our front door is an enjoyable monthly experience. There […]

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Busy people prefer recipes that offer simplicity, a short ingredients list, and quick prep time. This Gouda-stuffed chicken dish is ideal.  Ingredients  2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts 1 ½ cups of grated Gouda cheese ¾ cup of chopped spinach (fresh is best, but frozen may be used if thawed and dried.) 1 cup of white […]

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Without the aid of 300 pages of content, uncountable cases of wine, spitting, swirling, or spilling a little on the new rug, it is impossible to know “everything” about any grape. What we can say, is planted in almost every wine producing country, Cabernet Sauvignon (or just Cab as it is often called) is one […]

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Chicken is one of my favorite foods to cook with. There are so many different things you can do with chicken. Plus the number of other foods you can fuse with chicken is endless. This is one of my favorite recipes and has always made a big hit with my friends and family. Play around with […]

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To me there’s nothing more satisfying than some slowly cooked barbecued chicken legs slathered in barbecue sauce. When I was in college this was a main staple of my diet, because of the economical nature of the protein. The flavor to dollar ratio is very high. Cheap it is, but there are many ways you […]

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Thanksgiving is the one day of the year when it’s acceptable to eat until you feel like you’ll burst. There are hundreds of different ways to cook a delicious turkey, but what you want is simplicity. There’s so much going on in your house on this special day, so the less time you spend preparing […]

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