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Stuffing Balls

Mushroom Stuffing Balls

I love these Mushroom Stuffing Balls! They’re a fun twist on traditional stuffing – crispy on the outside and moist on the inside.  Serve them with roast chicken, turkey, or pork – and don’t forget the gravy!  Mushrooms keep the stuffing balls moist, but if mushrooms aren’t your thing, try adding ...

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Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

Kary Osmond Breakfast Casserole Total Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Serving Size: 8 to 10 Ingredients2 tablespoons butter 1 medium onion, finely chopped salt 1 pkg (about 567g/3 ½ cups) shredded hash browns 1 pkg (8 oz/228 g) sliced mushrooms 1 pkg maple breakfast sausages (about 14 sausages), chopped ½ ...

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Easy Brownie Recipe

Easy Brownie Recipe

You know Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, right? Why not make a batch of brownies, from scratch, using this easy brownie recipe?! Picture this: your sweetheart is at work and discovers the brownies you tucked in as a Valentine’s Day treat. Next thing you know, you’ve melted their ...

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Ginger tea with honey and lemon

Ginger Tea with Lemon and Honey

This ginger tea with lemon and honey recipe was given to me by my Nana. I love how comforting the smell and taste of this delicious drink is (and how it tickles my tongue!). Ginger has amazing healing properties (there’s a reason flat ginger ale helps settle upset stomachs) so ...

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Cooking Tips

When to use which lentil?

Which Type of Lentil Should I Use?

Brown and green lentils hold their shape well after being cooked.  Red lentils, sometimes golden in colour, turn mushy when fully cooked, use them as a nutritious thickener for soups, sauces, and curries. Which Type of Lentil Should I Use? is published on 2012-11-26T18:55:35-05:00 and last modified: 2014-02-13T17:37:28-05:00 by Kary ...

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Quick substitution for shallot

What is a Substitute for Shallots?

If a recipe calls for shallots and you’re fresh out, you can use equal parts minced garlic and green onion instead. What is a Substitute for Shallots? is published on 2013-05-27T18:21:01-04:00 and last modified: 2014-02-13T17:17:37-05:00 by Kary Osmond

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store-bought pizza dough

Working with Store-Bought Pizza Dough

Helpful Hints For Working With Store-Bought Pizza Dough: Room temperature dough stretches way easier than cold pizza dough. When using store-bought pizza dough, allow it to sit, covered, on the kitchen counter until it’s room temperature. If you try to roll/stretch it out and it still won’t stretch, let it ...

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Why Onion Powder in Burgers is Tasty

Why Onion Powder in Burgers is Tasty

Burgers cook very quickly over high, high heat.  Which means, raw diced onion added to the burger meat never fully cooks – regardless of how thick the burger is. One solution is to grate the onion (which essentially turns it into onion juice) into the burger mix, but you’ll cry doing ...

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How Long Does an Opened Box of Chicken Stock Last in the Fridge?

It depends on the brand. Some brands say one week, while others say two. To tell if chicken stock has expired, smell it. If it has a stronger smell than plain chicken stock, it’s time to toss it. To help remember when to use it by, write the expiry date on the ...

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How to Grill Chicken Wings

How to Grill Chicken Wings

Grilling chicken wings is easy, you just need to be mindful of how much heat you’re using.  Chicken wings cooked over high heat will melt the fat too quickly, causing annoying (and dangerous!) flare-ups and burnt chicken wings — no thanks!   For Grilled Chicken Wings That Have Crispy Skin ...

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How Do I Cook a Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast So That It’s Moist?

How To Cook a Moist Chicken Breast

Last Friday on Facebook, I was asked, “How do I cook a boneless skinless chicken breast so that it’s moist and not dry?” I thought it was a great question, so I’m sharing the answer with you! The trouble with a boneless skinless chicken breast is that there’s no bone ...

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Image with fresh herbs and description of how to make them last longer

Make Fresh Herbs Last Longer

What is the best way to store fresh herbs so they last longer? The best way to store fresh herbs so that they last longer is: wash in cold water dry herbs slightly wrap herbs in paper towel (or a clean dish towel) storing in a container or plastic bag ...

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