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Easy Coconut Macaroons

Easy Coconut Macaroons

Coconut macaroons are a delicious treat. They can be served anytime but are particularly popular around the Passover season. This is because they don’t include flour, which is not permitted by Jewish law during Passover. To make them start with eggs. Beat them in a bowl, add sugar, almond extract, coconut extract, and sugar. Blend […]

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Vanilla and Raspberry Vegan Cheesecake

Vanilla and Raspberry Vegan Cheesecake

From Super Loaves and Simple Treats: Modern Baking for Healthier Living, we bring you a Vanilla and Raspberry Vegan Cheesecake. It is a new and better cheesecake. It uses a freeze-dried raspberry powder that could be a welcome addition to your kitchen, as it has many uses. (It can be added to smoothies also!) It […]

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How To Make Better Coffee At Home

How To Make Better Coffee At Home

This article introduces you to a new coffee mail order service that sends you coffee from Seattle’s Slate Coffee Roasters along with a vinyl record for those of us who still have record players. It only costs a few bucks more than most other coffee subscriptions services, so you are getting the coffee and record […]

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Marinated Chickpeas

Marinated Chickpeas

If you’re looking to add extra flavor to your life, try marinated chickpeas. They can go great inside of a salad, or even eaten by themselves. They take about 15 minutes to prepare and most of the ingredients can be found in your cabinet or pantry. Simply combine the chickpeas with peppers, feta cheese, olive […]

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Coffee-Rubbed Steak Tacos

Coffee-Rubbed Steak Tacos

Slowing down should be the new key to life and this recipe helps you do that. While it is quick to cook, it gives you that time to spend with family and enjoy their company. Flank steak lends itself well to different flavors and is perfect for a taco. The coffee adds extra depth on […]

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Curried Delicata Squash & Chickpeas

Curried Delicata Squash & Chickpeas

Gene, the blogger in charge of “The Full Helping” provides a nutritious take on a recipe that her friend made over a year ago. It is a curried squash and chickpeas. She is apologetic that it is another soupy recipe as she has posted a number of these lately but she shares that she is […]

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Mint Julep Recipe

Mint Julep Recipe

The mint julep is a timeless drink that people seem to enjoy. It is featured at the famous Kentucky Derby racing event. Connoisseurs enjoy the sweet cane sugar and fresh ground mint leaves in the drink. Rum is added and will provide some alcohol content in the mint julep. White rum is preferred so the […]

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How to Make Marzipan Carrots

How to Make Marzipan Carrots

In this article, “How to make marzipan carrots,” Lori Lange tempts the taste buds with a recipe that easily looks like the real carrots using marzipan, cocoa, carrot fronds, and orange and red gel-paste coloring. She concedes that she came up with this recipe by reading a book and that she practices making meals like […]

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