Recipes Seafood Stuffed Cucumbers

March 24, 2016

Cucumbers, although generally perceived to be vegetables, are in fact a fruit. Instead of serving seafood, chicken or even egg salad sandwiches on white bread, try it stuffed into a cucumber! This Seafood Stuffed Cucumber recipe makes for a light and refreshing meal or snack that’s easy on the budget and quick to prepare.  Calling […]

Drink Recipes Rum Bamboozle

March 23, 2016

Here are a few simple, tasty rum based cocktail recipes which can be enjoyed anywhere and any time of year. Enjoy! Rum Bamboozle Cocktail Ingredients Needed 2 oz dark rum 2 oz Jamaican rum 2 oz light rum 1 dash of bitter 1 dash of grenadine syrup 3 oz pineapple juice 1 slice of mango […]

Fried Turkey

March 22, 2016

Fried turkey, although having started in the South, is becoming the new craze for that holiday meat. One reason frying your turkey might be so popular is the time factor. You can fry a fifteen pound turkey in about an hour, a fourth of the time if prepared in a conventional oven. About seven years […]

How to Dry and Store the Vegetables You’ve Grown

March 22, 2016

There is nothing that tastes as wonderful as the vegetables we harvest from our gardens all summer long. For many people, the harvest is far too bountiful to be able to eat everything before it perishes, even after sharing what you have with friends and neighbors. Canning can be useful for some types of vegetables, […]

Rum Bamboozle Cocktail

March 21, 2016

If you’ve never been bamboozled, then you have missed out on one of the most delicious tropical rum drinks on earth. What is a Bamboozle? The word “bamboozle” has Scott origins and was one of the buzz words of the 17th Century. Spanish ships started the custom of hoisting false flags on their ships in […]

Magic Bullet Blender

March 20, 2016

The Magic Bullet is an intriguing, “As-Seen-on-TV” gadget that promises to blend, chop, slice, dice, and make ease of otherwise-tedious culinary tasks. If you’re willing to shell out anywhere from $60 – $100 for this small blender, Homeland Housewares (the Bullet’s manufacturer) will deliver: * A high-torque power base* Cross and flat stainless steel blades* […]

Grilling Tips for Vegetarians

March 20, 2016

Grilling on the whole is predominated by meat, poultry and fish, interspersed to some extent with vegetarian options. As a result of this, vegetarians may often feel excluded from grilling events and stuck for ideas when grilling themselves. However, this need not be the case, as there are many options available for vegetarians to enjoy […]

How to De Scale your Kettle and Coffee Maker

March 19, 2016

Most waters contain minerals that over time will build up inside your coffee maker and your kettle (whether it is electric or used on the stove). This “scale” effects the taste of drinks made with the coffee maker or kettle and can look nasty, crusty, and white. It isn’t hard to de-scale your kettle and […]

How to Freeze Vegetables Frozen Vegetables

March 19, 2016

How To Freeze And Keep The Vegetables You’ve Grown The number one logical step after collecting in your harvest is to store it for optimum use. Some of it might be dried, some might be canned, while some of it might be distibuted to family and friends around. But the one way to reuse vegetables […]

Storing your Potato Harvest

March 19, 2016

After your potato vines are dead and dry, the potatoes can be left in the ground for a week or so if your weather has been fairly dry, but once you’ve dug them up from your garden, you need to allow the potatoes undamaged from harvesting to dry outside in the air in egg baskets […]