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Here are the top ten articles for the Holiday/Seasonal Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. A Rainbow of Foods
Enjoy summer and the opportunity to garden and to share that enjoyment with your family. Even if you have a small area to garden you can still have your miracles with a little garden and eat across the rainbow.
2. Mississippi Mud - Recipes
Where did the name come from? Who wants to eat something with mud in the title of the recipe? You will, once you try these Mississippi Mud Brownies and Mississippi Mud Cake. Chocolate goes with every holiday and season - enjoy!
Cooks used apples for all sorts of savory dishes, while others were using them to make hard cider and applejack. Other cooks used both fresh and dried apples in a wide range of desserts such as pies, cobblers, pandowdy, betty, crunch, crisps, cakes and dumplings.
4. Fruit - Book Review
Fruit is bright, colorful and attractive Ė thank you, Mother Nature! For us to enjoy fruit we need to know how to choose perfectly ripe fruit. It is when the aroma develops that the fruit is ready to eat.
5. Lettuce Wraps with Asian Orange Chicken
Oranges and Lemons from California! Summerís here and the food is delectable! This recipe just bursts with flavor and has a healthy supply of colorful fruits and vegetables.
6. Apple Blackberry Pie
Since the very first time I had ever tasted one I have been in love with blackberries and am always on the lookout for good recipes that feature blackberries.
7. Holiday and Seasonal Cooking Newsletter
Subscribe to the newsletter and let's start cooking! I will send out a new newsletter every Tuesday.
8. Buttermilk Cookbook - Review
You can learn about butter and buttermilk and find unique recipes for using buttermilk. Buttermilk is not just for waffles- itís for smoothies, and French toast, and cornbread and soup!
9. A Shoebox of Recipes
A couple of years ago, after a visit with grandma she sent me home with her shoe-box of recipes. While some might think this to be an unusual gift, I felt like I had been given the gift of a lifetime.
10. Recipe Substitutions
Has this ever happened to you? You find a terrific recipe that you cannot wait to try? But when you get all the ingredients together you discover you are missing a key ingredient!
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