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5 Easy Snacks to Make at Home: No Refrigeration Needed
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites As the school year begins, it’s always fun to have some new recipes for easy snacks to make at home. I wanted to share some of the …

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How to Eat a Persimmon
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites If you haven’t tried a persimmon yet, you’re missing out. It takes a little light reading to learn how to eat a persimmon and add it to …

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How to Cook Venison and Elk: A Healthy Indulgence
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Toward the end of the year, deer and elk seasons open. Avid hunters trek into the wilderness in search of wild game. And if you’re a friend …

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How to Make Vanilla Extract
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Learning how to make vanilla extract is easy. And if you start by late summer, you can make a superior homemade vanilla extract gift, perfect for anyone …

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Segediener Goulash Recipe

Add to Favorites By Eva Schweizer My neighbor, Eva, was born in a part of Eastern Europe that changed nationalities regularly after major wars. In the early 20th century they …

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Hearty Minnesota Fare

Add to Favorites By Clara Groenhoff, Minnesota My Norwegian great-grandparents homesteaded the farm where I grew up. I’ve also always been a homesteader at heart. I’ve raised 11 children on …

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In The Kitchen — Travel: Tunisia’s Paradise

Add to Favorites Story & Photos By Habeeb Salloum, A Taste of Homesteading Around The World The taxi driver, Ahmad, was talkative as we drove through the beautiful countryside of the Island …

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Cooking Duck Breasts

Add to Favorites Photos & Story By Janice Cole, Minnesota If you’re looking for something special to serve this holiday season, think duck. That is, duck breasts. Yes, you can …

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Recipes: Middle Eastern Sweets

Add to Favorites By Habeeb Salloum The delicious pastries of the Arab Middle East are not the invention of today or yesterday. They have a history that goes back thousands of …

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Baking Blue Hubbard Squash

Add to Favorites Countryside: Annette Snow asked how to cook Blue Hubbard squash and here is my version. I used to send my foster kids outside to smash it on …

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How To Make Sauerkraut

Add to Favorites By Linda Baccei This is a method I adapted that combines getting things started with dry salting and then using a brine solution as needed. You will need a large …

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Experimenting With Maple Syrup

Add to Favorites By Habeeb Salloum The first stop of our group on the Tap into Maple Route located in Ontario’s Lake Country and Springwater, an area within the larger region …

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Recipes: Greener Days For You And Your Poultry

Add to Favorites By Janice Cole, Minnesota After a winter that started with an Arctic blast bringing half a foot of snow and plunging temperatures that remained below freezing for endless weeks, …

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Why Can?
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites By Gail Damerow Whether you are a veteran home canner, or have just begun taking your first tentative steps into preserving your own homegrown food, you already know …

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The Secret to Good Pickles

Add to Favorites By Beth Kramer – A wise homemaker clued me in to the success of pickles — your water source. The minerals in water can interfere with the pickling …

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