Cooking for small groups

FOX19NOW’s Jessica Brown, Dan Wells and Catherine Bodak live in the Kitchen with Jungle Jim’s very own Rita Heikenfeld teaching us how to make the perfect Thanksgiving meal for small groups! via Cooking for small groups.

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Miriam’s spiced pecans

Miriam’s spiced pecans One of the nicest things about what I do is the people I meet. Like Diane Blackburn. She fixed a delicious salad for Village gardeners of Glendale’s meeting and topped it with her mom’s pecans.  When she told me the story of the pecans, I knew I had to share it with …

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Happy Thanksgiving

Getting ready to give my "girls/chickens" a special treat for Thanksgiving.

Just a note to say to each of you, thanks for logging on to this site so frequently and I hope you have the best Thanksgiving ever, regardless if you’re enjoying a big feast or a simple one. And thanks to my webmaster, John, who, even after all these years, still wants to be part …

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Cooking with Fox 19′s Tracey Johnson: Baked candied cranberries, Cranberry celebration salad and Sweet potatoes with thyme

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I love cooking with Fox 19′s morning anchor, Tracey Johnson. Here’s what we cooked up yesterday for Thanksgiving sides – and I’ve posted these recipes before, but since I got bombarded with “post again pls” here they are! Rita’s do-ahead baked candied cranberries Another recipe that changes each time I make it. I really like …

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Have Nutella? Make Nutella Poundcake

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              Nutella Pound Cake My clothesline is laden today, not with laundry but with 3” of snow and ice – so much that it dips in the middle. I was stunned when I went out early to feed and water the “girls”/chickens. What a beautiful sight. The snow clung to everything, from the tallest pine …

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What does “French vanilla” mean and making vanilla sugar

    When you see the term “French vanilla”  it does not mean the vanilla comes from France, but it describes a particular type of custard base for vanilla ice cream.  This base is associated with a strong vanilla flavor and odor, a rich golden color, and small flecks of vanilla beans. It’s a good marketing ploy! To get more …

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Leftover turkey makes great hot browns

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Lighter Kentucky hot browns For the Afton reader who lost her recipe. “ With Thanksgiving coming up, I like to make hot brown sandwiches with leftover turkey. The recipe that I use isn’t the original recipe from the Brown hotel, and my sauce has Parmesan cheese instead of Romano and whole milk instead of whipping …

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Sage yummy in dressing and good for the memory

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Each week I talk with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show on Sacred Heart radio about Bible herbs & foods. Today we talked about: SAGE Sage is not mentioned by name in the Bible, but scholars believe there is no doubt that this is the herb referred to in Exodus 37:17-18 about the making …

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Goat cheese with sundried tomato tapenade – easy and beautiful and TASTY

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A student holding the goat cheese appetizer     Each week I talk with Matt Swaim of Sonrise Morning Show about Bible foods & herbs. Today we talked about:   The pine nut mentioned in the Bible is from a certain kind of evergreen found in the Middle East, especially Lebanon (the cedars of Lebanon). …

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Aromatherapy in the herb garden

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Yesterday my throat and head were stuffed up and the last thing I wanted to do was work in the herb garden. Mother Nature was cooperating with the weather, so I knew I had to start getting the garden cleaned up for winter. I was grumbling since my task seemed to loom so large. The …

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