Category Archives: Hot

Re-Relish

I know I have posted at least two blogs on the subject of  Relish, but there are just so many delicious relishes out there that I want to add at least one more. I received e-mails asking for different relishes. It … Continue reading

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Are you ready for some Chutney??? What is a Chutney?

I am sure that there are many that have no idea what a Chutney is or where it is from. Well I am one of those people so I do what I always do when I need an answer….. I … Continue reading

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How about a few more ideas for Winter Cooking?

After the last blog about cooking ideas for winter time, I have had more things suggested by Mary Lynn. These are things she does. This past week she bought a Boston Butt, she put it into a large crock pot … Continue reading

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Holiday cooking and gifting time!!!

Almost every family has a tradition of cooking certain things at this time of year. Most all are celebrating church holidays. Almost all are exchanging gifts with someone. Well I am going to change things up in your eating and … Continue reading

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Extra Special holiday foods and treats

Before I start the next blog, I need to bring things up to-date. I have been in hospitals since July 1, this is my first attempt to get back in action since then. I hope that you will pass the … Continue reading

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Posted in Apple, Award Winning, Best of Show, Bing Cherries, Brie, Cake, Canning Jars, Canning Salt, Cider Vinegar, Cinnamon Sticks, Citrus Fruit, Coconut, Conserves, Cooking, Cranberry, Cream Cheese, Family Tradition, Food Preservation, Georgia National Fair, Ground Ginger, Home Made, Hot, Hot Biscuits, Hot Pack, Ice Cream, Kids in the Kitchen, Kosher Salt, Native American, No artifical ingredients, No preservatives, Old Fashioned, Oranges, Organic, Peaches, Preserves, Recipe, Sweet Cherries, Tomato, Warm Brie | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What is Salsa???? Really, do you know?

I have already done 3 blogs on the subject of Salsa. The one on Strawberry Salsa is by far the biggest single most popular blog I have done. Almost every day I see that  the number of clicks on that … Continue reading

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From out of the mouth’s of Babes

While visiting with my grandson using Skype, I asked him to name some fruits that I could write a blog about. After a few minutes thinking, he started with his list. Some of the items I expected but some were … Continue reading

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