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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

Leftover Chipotle Chilies in Adobo Sauce

Leftover Canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce

What Do You Do With Leftover Canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce? Most times a recipe will call for 1 canned chipotle chile in adobo sauce. This means you’re left with almost an entire can of leftover chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. So, what do you do with them? How ...

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smaller shallots

Choose Smaller Shallots Rather than Larger Ones

I like to buy smaller shallots, about the size of a golf ball. One smaller shallot equals about 1 tablespoon of minced shallot. Buying smaller shallots makes it easier to estimate how many I’ll need for a recipe. It also saves me from having half a shallot in my fridge ...

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Peeling Cauliflower

Rescuing Cauliflower

Just because a head of cauliflower has a few brown spots on it, doesn’t mean it has to be thrown out. Just cut off the imperfections.  Using a vegetable peeler to do this works best. Rescuing Cauliflower is published on 2012-11-21T20:41:44-05:00 and last modified: 2014-02-13T17:38:03-05:00 by Kary Osmond

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Keeping your produce drawer tidy

How to Keep Your Produce Drawers Tidy

I learned this helpful hint from my mother-in-law. Line your produce drawer with a sheet of paper towel; it keeps them tidy and easy to clean. How to Keep Your Produce Drawers Tidy is published on 2012-10-25T21:34:00-04:00 and last modified: 2015-08-24T07:56:05-04:00 by Kary Osmond

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Ask Kary

The Ingredients You Should Always Have in Your Kitchen

The Ingredients You Should Always Have in Your Kitchen

Ask Kary: What Ingredients Should I Have in My Kitchen? To make your cooking experience fun and stress-free, stock up on kitchen staples! Having these basics on hand make it easy to whip up last-minute weekday meals.  With the items on this list, you can make potato pancakes, a simple ...

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Salt the Cabbage for Coleslaw

Why do Only Some Recipes Tell You to Salt the Cabbage for Coleslaw?

Why do only some coleslaw recipes (creamy or not) instruct you to toss shredded cabbage with salt and then let it sit for an hour before you dress it? When you make a quick coleslaw recipe (no salting), you’ll notice after a while that the coleslaw looks and tastes watery. ...

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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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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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