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Marlyn Monette: Old fashioned summertime picnic 07/14/15, via Shreveport Times

Served in my mom's black iron Dutch oven (circa 1926), with a festive napkin tied to the handle, the presentation was perfect. You may choose to serve potato Place potatoes in a large saucepan and cover with water. Add salt and bring to a boil

Albany Times Union

Easy summer eating 07/09/15, via Albany Times Union

Heat broiler to high and broil one of the jalapenos on a heatproof pan. Cook, turning occasionally, until jalapeno is completely charred. Transfer to a small bowl, cover tightly in plastic wrap and let sit for 15 minutes. When cool enough to handle

Make A Cast Iron Handle Pot Holder For Campfire Cooking

Before you head to the campground, backyard, or bug out zone, assemble a few basic pot holders and towels for cooking. Cast iron cooking is handy, but hot.


Wool Felting Workshop

Wool Felting Workshop

Published by Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. 2015

ISBN 1402744323,9781402744327
128 pages

Is felting wool the new knitting? It sure is! Felting has become more popular than ever, and this fabulous guide is brimming with innovative ideas for recycling your old wool knitwear. The craft is easy and fun and the projects are practical as well as gorgeous. Inside, find out everything you need to get started, from choosing the right sweaters to the most reliable method of felting, cutting, and combining the materials. Detailed assembly instructions and helpful patterns will have the crafter duplicating the projects with ease. With 50 fantastic home decor ideas for throw rugs, pot holders, pillows, and ottoman covers—even a cute baby blanket—crafters will soon be felting away.

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Roasted Red Pepper Spread for Can-It-Forward Day

I'm by no means an expert canner, but I'm pretty adept with pickles and jams and things involving tomatoes. But I don't fly solo - canning is a science, and you need the right level of acid and salt so the canned products don't go bad. My go-to book for most recipes is the Ball Blue Book. And this year, there's a new version (the 37th edition. ), with a whole new section called Meal Creations as well as individual new and updated recipes. And, I have a copy of the newest book for one lucky reader, plus an extra bonus. Here are the covers from all 37 issues - the large one at the bottom is the new edition. So the point of this post - besides sharing a delicious recipe, is to let you know that for the fifth year in a row, Jarden Home Brands will host Can-It-Forward Day, this year on August 1, broadcast live at FreshPreserving. AND - If all goes well, technically, I'll be hosting the webcast here, as well. So you don't need to wander too far. Can-It-Forward Day encourages gardeners & food enthusiasts across the country to celebrate what “Made From Here” means to them by fresh preserving their favorite local ingredients in peak season. The webcast will have an integrated chat function where consumers can submit their home canning questions to be answered in real time. New this year, there will also be an exciting celebrity mason jar auction unveiled during the webcast. Let's get to the recipe. As I was paging through the book, I spotted a recipe for a roasted red pepper spread that sounded perfect. I love roasted red peppers on sandwiches and in recipes, so I figured the spread would be just as good. But of course, I can't leave things be. I decided that I didn't want to make a full recipe, and I decided not to can it at all. The original recipe made 5 half-pints of spread, or about a quart-and-a-half. I figured that if I made half of a batch, I'd have no trouble using it in a short time. in the place of tomato sauce for a chicken parmigiana dish. You can find the recipe for the chicken here. I'm planning on using it as a sauce on pizza, and I'm thinking about making red pepper soup. And about that time, I'll need to make more. Besides cutting the recipe in half, I made a few other adjustments. I accidentally used 1/4 cup of onions, but it really should have been just 2 tablespoons for half of the recipe. And the original recipe called for basil, which I didn't use. I knew that I could easily add basil later, and wanted the peppers to be star of the show. If you make this from the book, I suggest weighing the peppers and tomatoes to make sure you have the right amounts, since product sizes can vary a lot. The book estimated 12 red peppers for 6 pounds, but I only needed 5 for 3 pounds. It estimated 10 roma tomatoes for one pound, but mine were pretty huge, so I only needed 2 for half of the recipe. Adapted from the Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving. 3 pounds red bell peppers. 1/2 pound Roma tomatoes. 1 large clove garlic, not peeled. 1/2 teaspoon salt (plus more, to taste, if needed). Wash the bell peppers and tomatoes. put the peppers on a baking sheet. Place them under your broiler, and cook, turning as needed until the skins are blackened in spots on all sides. When the peppers are done, place them in a paper bag and close it or put them in a large bowl and cover the bowl. The steam from the peppers will make the skins easy to remove. Let them rest until they're cool enough to handle, then peel them, remove the cores and seeds, and put them in your food processor. Meanwhile, place the tomatoes, garlic, and onion (you'll need about 1/2 of a medium onion) on another baking sheet and broil, turning as needed, until the tomato skins split and the garlic and onion have brown or black spots on the skin. Place the tomatoes in a bag or bowl as you did with the peppers and let them cool until you can handle them. Peel the garlic and chop it roughly and place the pieces in the food processor. Peel the onion, chop, and measure 1/4 to add to the food processor. When the tomatoes are cool enough to handle, peel them, remove the core chop them roughly and add to.

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One pan of tomato sauce, four hearty meals - 07/18/15, via

Cover the pan for 3 minutes, or until the eggs have set ... I generally begin with pizza bianca (dough simply brushed with oil and sprinkled with salt) to get a handle on timings. Then it is up to you. My personal favourite is tomato sauce, anchovies ...

Pickering's Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos wins gold in Pan Am wrestling - 07/18/15, via Durham Region

I let my coaches handle that," she said. The two had met before in international ... which served as a qualifier for both the Pan Am Games, and the senior world championships in Las Vegas in September. Because of her age, she is still eligible to compete ...

Dillsburg Flapjacks receives second out of compliance on follow-up inspection: York County food safety inspections June 29-July 2 - 07/17/15, via Central Pennsylvania

Dust accumulation found on fan covers ... that only the handles are touched by customers. Smoked salmon was being displayed and offered customer self-service for an undetermined amount of time on an unrefrigerated salad bar stored in a pan on top of ...


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Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly
It has been a long time since I stopped in Gelnrowan. As I had left from my sister's place it had taken me longer to get up the highway. I stopped here for lunch at a place across the road form Ned. A steak sandwich with the lot. It was as perfect as a steak sandwich can be. Ned Kelly was a bush ranger who roamed the north east of Victoria in the 19th century. His gang was cornered and then captured in this town. Ned was hung later at the Melbourne Goal. AUS Vic Gelnrowan 20061126 IMG_5116-2.jpg Ned wrote this letter: Dear Sir, I wish to acquaint you with some of the occurrences of the present past and future. In or about the spring of 1870 the ground was very soft a hawker named Mr Gould got his waggon bogged between Greta and my mother's house on the eleven mile creek, the ground was that rotten it would bog a duck in places so Mr. Gould had abandon his waggon for fear of loosing his horses in the spewy ground. he was stopping at my Mother's awaiting finer or dryer weather...
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poor ned better off dead
poor ned better off dead
Sitting here writing a letter by a dry lake eating a pie and drinking a milkshake. Strangely thinking of Irish catholic traitor police and Anglican masters. Glad that pentridge is closed. Bothered by flies. There are signs, statues and posters everywhere of a man in armour holding a pistol up high. My blog The letter: Dear Sir, I wish to acquaint you with some of the occurrences of the present past and future. In or about the spring of 1870 the ground was very soft a hawker named Mr Gould got his waggon bogged between Greta and my mother's house on the eleven mile creek, the ground was that rotten it would bog a duck in places so Mr. Gould had abandon his waggon for fear of loosing his horses in the spewy ground. he was stopping at my Mother's awaiting finer or dryer weather Mr. McCormack and his wife. hawkers also were camped in Greta the mosquitoes were very bad which they generally are in a wet spring and to help them Mr. Johns had a horse...
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Creme Caramel
Creme Caramel
Or flan. Or vanilla pudding. Or custard pudding. Lots of names for it, but it's so delicious and one of my favorite desserts. I used to be befuddled by how it was made and only bought it, never tried to make it. Then I discovered Cooking with Dog on Youtube: This recipe is so easy! I have seen flan being made and it seemed rather difficult, having to constantly control the temperature of the oven, scalding the milk, making sure the eggs don't scramble, etc. But this woman takes the complications out of it and her recipe is a lighter version. One thing though - she doesn't use vanilla. I don't know if it's because vanilla is really expensive in Japan or (probably the actual reason) it's not really an everyday pantry item in most Japanese kitchens. I happen to think that custard isn't custard without vanilla so I add a little extract, or in this instance, half a split vanilla bean. Here's the recipe, which is mostly Cooking with...
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Hot Handle Silicone Cookware Handle Cover - Large
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