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Sauerkraut, Yum!

Everything You Need to Know About Raw Fermented Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut.  When I think of this delicious food, my mouth starts to water.  I’ve always been a fan of sauerkraut. Even when I was little one of my favorite meals included sauerkraut, which was pork ribs covered in sauerkraut and baked to perfection.  Imagine my luck when I married into a German family!  They made […]

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Candy Apples | Recipe and Tips

For weeks I looked forward to taking my daughters to the apple orchard. I decided to keep it a secret until we were ready to go, so when my husband and I were getting them buckled in and told them where we were going, they were extremely excited. I expected a cool September day as […]

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How To Milk an Almond

Whenever I explain to someone that I make almond milk, it always piques their interest. I make sure to explain that you have to get the milking kind of almonds. The almonds with the most grooves work the best. Next hold the almond between your thumb and index finger. Squeeze the almond and repeat till […]

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Go-To Fall Crock-Pot Recipes

I can’t believe it’s already September! School has started up again, the apple orchards are in full swing, and the Packers play their final preseason game tonight. (Go, Pack, Go!) All those things combined can mean only one thing – fall is just around the corner!! Every year about this time I declare to the […]

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Grilled Pizza : A Summer Recipe You Won’t Regret Trying!

One of my favorite things about summer is grilling. One of my family’s favorite things to eat is pizza. That’s why last summer I began experimenting more with making pizza on the grill. I’m here to share some of my favorite recipes and secrets for making this meal that’s interactive and fun for the whole […]

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Four Ways to Use (or Preserve) Summer Squash

We are deep in the midst of summertime, and if you are a gardener that means one thing…your summer squash plants are exploding! Summer squashes are different from their more heartier winter cousins in that they are harvested when their skins are still soft and tender, and therefore edible.  Yellow squash, zucchini, and patty pan squash are […]

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