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Cooking time will vary based on apples used and thickness of apples.
Granny smith makes the best apples for fried apples although I like a mix with honey crisp. Continue reading
Creamy Skillet Lasagna Submitted to Foodista by Pick Fresh Foods and modified by Suburbhomestead Serves 4 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil ½ cup white onion, diced fine 2 large garlic cloves, pressed 1 lb ground turkey 1 (14.5 oz) can … Continue reading
Drought puts a decidedly dry spin on garden planning. The thought of water rationing can suck the joy out of seed catalog browsing; which veggies will grow without water? Continue reading
Pancake Week is grounded in ancient tradition. During the Middle Ages, it was common practice to prepare for the austerity of Lent by purging the pantry of luxurious foods such as eggs, butter and milk. These ingredients often became big … Continue reading
Selecting seeds tonight!
This is one of those recipes to satisfy the chicken at the mall craving. Breakout that crock-pot for a tasty meal. Continue reading
This Crock pot gem hails from a potluck near mineral point, Wisconsin. Beefy, satisfying, melty cheese, and unassuming; a modest loose meat sandwich. Continue reading
This is a wonderful sandwich to serve just because. Frugal, and easy, perfect for a busy schedule. Please give comments about it works for you. Enjoy! I like these in the summertime with pickle spears. The Combination of tangy barbecue sauce and salsa steal the show! Continue reading