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How to make apple butter

Making old-fashioned apple butter Apple Butter - Pureed fruit which is combined with sugar(s), vinegar, and spices; then cooked very slowly into a velvety, smooth, spreadable consistency, much like a jam. Apple butter is a wonderful, aromatic, sweet fruit preserve that is made with lots of fruit,... More

How to decorate a red, white, and blue flag cake

Nothing says summer (here in America) more than a tribute to "Old Glory" using a flag cake. You will be center stage when you show up at any patriotic celebration with this glorious red, white, and blue creation. Let your delicious pre-baked cake be the palate upon which you lavish creamy white... More

How to cook once and feed your family for a week

One time cooking solution Today, we are all busier than ever and anything we can do to help us save time is generally welcome. One of the things that consumes a lot of time is making meals every evening. However, this does not have to consume more than twenty or thirty minutes after you return... More

How to make white clam chowder in a crock pot

New England style clam chowder Those who live in New England generally are opposed to serving (or being served) clam chowder that is anything except thick, rich and white. Many New England restaurants will offer "Manhattan Style" clam chowder which is tomato based. However, the preference is... More

How to make almond nut butter

Make this basic almond nut butter and modify it to your taste Almond nut butter is low in saturated fat and high in omega oils, making it a heart-friendly, healthy option for sandwiches and for baking. Almonds help reduce bad cholesterol levels, are high in protein, fiber and vitamin E and are... More

How to make no bake oatmeal peanut butter cookies

Easy, kid friendly, peanut butter and oatmeal cookies Cookies are fun to make and wonderful to eat. Sometimes you're stuck without any time to make a few dozen cookies for school snacks, soccer games treats or house guests. Making the cookie dough can be time consuming along with having to stay... More

How to cook sea scallops

Poaching sea scallops Sea scallops are one of the sweetest and tastiest shellfish which we can buy. Provided that they are cooked properly, they provide for a wonderful eating experience. The danger in cooking sea scallops - as with most shellfish - is that we overcook them and essentially waste... More

How to make homemade barbeque sauce

How to make homemade barbeque sauce Homemade barbecue sauce is wonderful, it comes in many flavors, styles and types. You will find so many uses for it. Pulled pork, barbecued chicken, steaks, beef or country style pork ribs. It's great for dipping too, for some chicken wings, chicken tenders or... More

How to make chocolate peanut clusters

Step 1 Melt the chocolates together Open and pour both bags of chocolate chip morsels into a microwave-safe glass bowl. Turn your microwave power setting to low heat. Microwave the morsels in 30 second bursts; check on them after each time. When the morsels start to glisten and shine they are... More

How to make Hawaiian chicken kabobs

Making wonderful chicken kabobs Some people have never tasted kabobs, and they can be made from many different meats and other ingredients. Quite often, the first time of tasting this terrific meal is all it takes to get a person hooked on it. Like most kabobs, Hawaiian kabobs uses many... More