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  • Nov 24, 2011

    By: Admin

    Thanksgiving Potatoes

    I was looking for a fun potato recipe, when I stumbled on a recipe called Mayflower Potatoes! What is more Thanksgiving than the Mayflower?!! We tried it. I have no idea why that is the name other than the fact that the half of potato could look like a boat? Em.

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  • Nov 23, 2011

    By: Admin

    Thanksgiving Pie

    I myself am not a big fan of pumpkin pie, but I know many who are, so I thought it would be fun to check out the “old-school” way of the pie. Do you buy your pie? Really? Come on and try making it this year! Your loved ones will be so glad you did.

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  • Nov 22, 2011

    By: Admin

    Sunday Morning Comics - Cooking-Outdoors.com

     

     

     

     

    Gary House over at cooking-outdoors.com had a great cartoon on this blog the other day that we just had to share.

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  • Nov 22, 2011

    By: Admin

    Thanksgiving Mushrooms!

    What would Thanksgiving be without an appetizer? Ok, I’ll admit that just snacking on the food is an appetizer to me, but I decided to help you more formal folks.  I found a great recipe for stuffed mushrooms. I served these at a recent pot luck and got rave reviews! I have never had a stuffed mushroom quite like this but they were good!

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  • Nov 21, 2011

    By: Admin

    Bottling Meat

    With the uncertainty of what life has been tossing at us as of late there seems to be an increase in the participation of canning. So back by popular demand is a blog on how at my house we bottle meat. This should be archived in some area of the web sight so you can refer to it. Bottling meat is fairly simple processes, with the most critical area being watching the temperature.

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