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Grandma’s Peach Pie

My Grandma had peach trees, but the season is short so fresh peaches didn’t last long.¬† When we had peach pie it was usually from home canned peaches.¬† This peach pie is made from canned peaches and it is oh … Continue reading

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Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce and Eggs Benedict

Easy Blender Hollandaise Sauce and Eggs Benedict. So good. Give it a try. Please watch and share. Thanks!

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How to Make English Muffins Using My Cast Iron Skillets

These were my first English muffins, but they won’t be my last. They were delicious. Tomorrow — Eggs Benedict.

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How to Make Real Fermented Chevre From Powdered Milk or Fresh

It is very difficult to find goat milk in the grocery store that is suitable for cheese, so I decided to try using powdered goat milk. It worked great! Here is how I did it.  

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How to Make Whole Milk Ricotta

Ricotta is one of the easiest cheeses to make and the process is pretty simple. Your homemade ricotta will make all your recipes so much better. Give it a try.

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How to Make Calzones at Home

Calzones are not hard to make. They use the same crust as pizza and you can fill them with whatever you like.

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Make Greek Strained Yogurt at Home — So Easy.

You don’t need anything special to make great yogurt at home, just milk, a little yogurt as a starter, and some way to keep it warm for about 8 hours. If your family likes yogurt, you can save a bunch … Continue reading

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Jelly Donuts: Both Low Sugar and Regular

Only 2 Teaspoons of sugar for 20 Jelly Donuts, I made these with no sugar added preserves and enjoyed one with no guilt. Easy to make,, no mixer needed. Please watch and share. Thanks.    

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How to Make Pirozhki, The Original Hot Pockets

Pirozhki is a traditional Russian dish, like a filled donut with meat and cheese, but you can fill them with anything you like, even jelly or chocolate to make filled donuts.

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How to Make Broetchen: German Bread Rolls

These are the Hard Rolls from my childhood  in Pennsylvania Dutch countryРcrisp and crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.

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