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  • If you bake a cleaned sweet potato on the rack of a slow oven (less than 200 degrees) for 6 to 8 hours, the natural sugars in the tater caramelize and you don’t need to add any sugar at all, and the low heat doesn’t kill the enzymes, making it extremely nutritious, too! You can […]

  • Positively excellent! My guys really loved it. I will no longer buy the commercially canned stuff, WHEN/IF I can find the fresh cranberries to make it as often as I want/need it!

  • This recipe will surely do in a pinch.

  • I really wish I had NOT found this recipe!! I’ve made it a dozen times already with different additions (with/without nuts, choc. chips, marshmallows, etc.) and it’s always good! Mine does better nuked at 2 minutes (fully-loaded, with all the additions). I finally started splitting one “cup”cake with my husband (which was another mistake) and […]

  • I plan on keeping the fingers out of the way, it’s the slips I worry about. I finally have a good set of knives and a son who keeps them sharpened. The tray is a great idea!
    Thanks again,

  • Ross, I really appreciate the chicken-cutting tutorial! I was never shown how to do it, and was afraid of loosing a finger or mangling the meat with the learn-it-as-you-go method! I’ll try your technique this coming weekend for sure. Thank you so much!

  • Very nicely done Patrice! Thanks for posting the cornbread links along with the chili links.

    Oh brother, now I want cornbread!

  • I have a couple Pyrex dishes from the late ’80s and early ’90s. I guess I’m very lucky that I have a huge wooden trivet that I set everything on immediately from the oven. Before that, it was always the stove top!

    Thank you very much for the information!!

  • Glad you enjoyed it! We have to make this about once a month around here.

  • Patrice, I’ve never noticed a vinegar after taste! I rinse after soaking overnight, then fill the pot with plain water again for the final soak. princessvanessa, I had never heard of using baking soda until this morning when a friend was telling me that was her way of soaking beans, too. I’ll have to give […]

  • Hi folks, I hope you don’t mind if I pitch in my 2-cents worth about beans! Apple cider vinegar (ACV) works to dissolve the phytic acid in the bean soak too, but don’t use it with lentils or split peas, or any other dried legumes that have a low phytic acid cover. They may never […]

  • Congrats lisabetholson!

  • In a large pot, simmer chopped raw vegetables (onions, peppers, garlic) in 1 Tbsp. of olive oil until onions are translucent. Add a little water or broth if needed to cook more. If you are using any uncooked meats, add them to the vegetables and cook until done. Use more olive oil if needed. Add […]

  • Hello,
    I would like to be considered for the pressure canner drawing please! I submitted our favorite recipe for chili: “Brown Beer-Deer Chili.”

    I didn’t notice your instruction about the program adding line breaks after each ingredient until it was too late! So sorry!


  • Yep, me again, #200 on the other thread! I really would like one of the 1948 Rumford Cookbooks!! Pick me, pick me, over here, pick me!

    I do love this site, regardless if I win a free antique cookbook or not!
    Thanks for the op,
    Sundownr / Bev

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