Monthly Archives: September 2014

Baked Apple Chips with Salted Caramel Dip

Some recipes are so easy to make it’s hard to take credit for the effort. So it goes with baked apple chips. Apples are pretty darn good all by themselves, but slice them thin and bake them for a good … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Tortillas Recipe

Pumpkins may not be the first thing one thinks of when it comes to Mexican cuisine, but the fall favorite has a history in the region dating back thousands of years. Pumpkin seeds, called pepitas, have continued appreciation as both … Continue reading

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Homemade Celery Jam

Celery rarely gets top billing when it comes to cuisine. Sure, it gets a lot of use in soups, stir frys, crudite plates and as a low-cal snack food. It accompanies buffalo wings and serves as a crunchy vessel for … Continue reading

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Banana Cake Recipe

What’s the difference between banana bread and banana cake? It can be argued that, perfectly prepared, banana cake might be sweeter than banana bread or that banana bread is denser. Banana cake may be softer and moister. For baked goods … Continue reading

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How to Store Chicken Feed

Ask a chicken owner and they’ll likely be able to rattle off the local retailers that carry chicken feed, the cost per bag and the drive time to the nearest purveyor of the protein-rich crumble or pellets that are the … Continue reading

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How to Make S’mores Healthy

Roasted over a campfire, a sweet, gooey marshmallow is then paired with velvety chocolate and sandwiched between two graham crackers. As the warm ‘mallow melts the chocolate, a quick pinch merges just three ingredients into the best known and most … Continue reading

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How to Remove a Tick

Often found in tall grass or lurking in trees, shrubs or heavy ground cover, ticks are a common pest during warmer months. Releasing anesthetic as they bite, it is easy to miss these bloodsuckers until they have anchored themselves by … Continue reading

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