Monthly Archive: March 2013

Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs Copycat: The Code to Reese’s Peanut Butter

Mixture packed into mold

Reese’s Peanut Butter Recipe A Reese’s peanut butter egg is a classic. I remember the sweet taste of chocolate and peanut butter being a favorite as a kid. This Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs recipe brings back those memories – and is easy to make. Breaking the Code to Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs This is the …

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Cheesy Potatoes: Delicious Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes

Butter is a in these cheesy potatoes.

Cheesy Potatoes: Scalloped Potatoes for a Reader A reader looking for a ‘loved’ cheesy scalloped potatoes recipe reaches out to Rita for help. Dear Rita, I lost your recipe for cheesy scalloped potatoes that was posted in our Northwest local paper. You said the recipe was from either a friend or neighbor of yours and …

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Hummus: I’m Sharing My “Famous” Hummus Recipe

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Hummus Summary: Rita’s Family Hummus Recipe: Hummus is spelled many different ways. You’ll find it in cookbooks and on-line spelled a lot of different ways. How ever you spell it though, hummus is delicious. Hummus is a flavorful mix of chick peas, garlic, tahini, olive oil and a few other simple ingredients. Hummus can be …

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Easy Goetta Recipe: So Easy & Delicious Goetta

An Easy Goetta Recipe from a Loyal Reader Every year our most popular recipes on AboutEating.com include goetta recipes. Some are complex, but it seems to me that the best goetta recipe is often the most easy goetta recipe – and this is no different. Simple ingredient and an easy goetta recipe to put together …

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Chocolate Toffee Matzoh/Crackers for Passover

Chocolate Covered Matzo Baking

Chocolate Covered Caramel Matzoh/Cracker Crunch My webmaster John considers chocolate covered matzoh a favorite Passover dessert and its the one recipe that everyone asks for. It started as a Passover treat but now his little girl asks to make chocolate covered matzoh year round.  I have a similar recipe that uses unsalted  soda crackers instead …

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Goetta – Heirloom Goetta Recipe

A Reader Asks for Help with an Old Family Goetta Recipe Summary: Goetta is a Cincinnati favorite. Rita steps up to help Terry with an old family Goetta recipe. Dear Rita, Please help me. When my mother was fifteen, her mother taught her how to cook. I can actually remember my grandmother telling us how …

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Toffee Crackers: Saltine Crackers in a Chocolate Treat

Caramel Poured Over Crackers

Rita’s Chocolate Caramel Toffee Crackers: Dipped Cracker Crunch! This is for those of you who have requested my Toffee Crackers recipe like the chocolate caramel matzoh cookie but using regular saltine crackers. I just learned about this recipe from a friend who makes them with Matzoh crackers instead of the saltines I use here. I should …

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Crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage: Corned Beef for the Slowcooker

Crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage

Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe When my German mother-in-law made corned beef, she actually corned the beef herself – marinated it with spices and vinegar for several days, and in the process the beef turned a redder color. Today you can buy beef already corned, and it makes one tasty dish. Using this …

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Easy Baklava: A Simple To Make Baklava Recipe

Easy Baklava on a Cooling Rack

An Easy Baklava Recipe: All of the Flavor and Simple to Make. I love traditional baklava but it’s pretty labor intensive. The baklava is beautiful and made the traditional way brings me back to my childhood. Sometime, when I want the taste and memories of baklava without tackling such a challenging recipe, I make this …

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Blue Ribbon Blueberry Muffins

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Blue Ribbon Blueberry Muffins As a judge for the pantry division for both our state fair and county fair, I have certain criteria when it comes to awarding a blue ribbon for muffins. What makes a blueberry muffin a blue ribbon winner? An excellent blueberry muffin should be light – so light that when you …

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