Grandma’s Rhubarb Pie By Chef Jamie McFadden

Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, but is often used in food as a fruit. In the United States up until the 1940’s, it was considered a vegetable. It was reclassified as a fruit when US customs officials, baffled by the foreign food, decided it should be classified according to the way it was eaten.” Here’s Grandma’s Rhubarb Pie By Chef Jamie McFadden it’s so good.

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Watermelon Moscato Slushie Cocktail Recipe

With the summer upon us and many outdoor celebrations I’ve been in the kitchen creating some refreshing cocktail recipes for you. Whether you’re planning a baby shower, BBQ, date night, or just a girl’s night this Watermelon Moscato Slushie Cocktail Recipe is for all occasions. Continue reading

Buttermilk Chicken Fingers Recipe

I’m not a fan of processed foods and prefer a home cooked meal. Here’s one of my favorite childhood recipes to prepare for yourself or your family.

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Sugar Plum Fairy Moscato Cocktail Recipe

I’ve mastered the perfect cocktail for a girl’s night out. Try my favorite recipe called “Sugar Plum Fairy”

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Quick and Easy Italian Recipe

Since We Cannot Visit Italy, Bring a Bit of Italy to Your Kitchen with This Quick and Easy Italian Recipe
Tuscan Women Cook, the week-long culinary immersion vacation in Tuscany, shares one of their favorite recipes.

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Watermelon Key Lime Spritzer

Watermelon blended with a white wine a wonderful thirst-quencher on a hot summer day. Simply cool and refreshing…

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Brunch Favorite: Apple Cinnamon Muffins Recipe

Looking for a sweet treat to serve during brunch or to carry in during the next potluck? No worries my Apple Cinnamon Muffins recipes will have everyone asking for seconds. It’s the perfect fall recipe.

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Frozen Themed “Krispy” Treats

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? What truths about the past await Elsa as she ventures into the unknown to the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle?

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