Monthly Archive: January 2016

Natural and Dutch cocoa – what’s the diff?

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Without getting too technical, the difference is acid. Natural cocoa powder, the more common one, is cocoa that does not have its acid stripped. It’s a light cocoa color with a bitter flavor. Dutch processed/alkalized has a darker color due to a potassium solution that neutralizes the acidity. It has a more mellow, less bitter …

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Five Minute Cheesy Buttermilk Quickbread

Easy Cheesy Bread

  RITA’S  5 MINUTE CHEESY BUTTERMILK QUICK BREAD It doesn’t take even 5 minutes to mix up. Don’t overmix the batter and you’ll have a crusty, delicious loaf of bread. Here’s 3 year old Granddaughter, Emerson and her 7 year old sister, Eva, mixing up the bread. 3 cups self rising flour 1 cup shredded …

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Food trends 2016

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EXTENDING THE SEASON WITH SALAD GREENS IN MY FLOWER BOXES I was talking to Ron Wilson during his “In the Garden with Ron Wilson” radio show about food trends for 2016. All I can say is “hah!”, once again without even trying, I’m on the cutting edge of trendiness. Not bad for a country girl …

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Soup & Sandwich Classics

Tuscan Winter  Minestrone

                                               Tuscan WInter Minestrone I’ll be teaching this class – Soup & Sandwich Classics: New Twists on Old Favorites on Tues Jan 12 at Jungle  Jims in Fairfield, Ohio at 6:00 PM. Call …

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