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Bacon Roasted Pecans

Bacon Roasted Pecans

Posted on by Chefsville in Cooking, Recipes | No Comments

OMG, these are incredible! Use whatever nuts you like. Here we make the top of the line Bacon roasted pecans to highlight the south where the pecan is king. Back in the 1920s, sandwiches were the craze! One book had over 700 sandwich recipes and this probably came from one of them. Or could this recipe been inspiration to the 1920’s Dixieland Sandwich??? Seven Hundred Sandwiches/Florence A Cowles [Little, Brown:Boston] 1928.  “Put through the food chopper half a pound of roasted peanuts, three slices of fried bacon and one can pimentos. Mix with salad dressing and use on any preferred kind of bread.” (p. 118) Whichever way it went, these are some of the best in nut recipes to be served as a way of welcoming your most special guests. Use this for the holidays or for special events or when you feel like playing around. The saying that “everything …

Blueberry Chocolate Clusters

Posted on by Meagan Vlasak in Cooking, Recipes | No Comments

Chefsville did this recipe first at a library with about 40 kids. They absolutely loved this. Since then the response to this recipe has been huge. I don’t like to use milk chocolates, as they are already processed and difficult to work with. Chocolates are a world unto themselves. There are so many kinds and each chocolate imparts different characteristics and properties to this fun recipe. Blueberry Chocolate Clusters Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe This recipe can be done with any of your favorite fruits as long as they go well with chocolate. We used a semi sweet chocolate so we don’t add sugar to that. But this works well with bitter sweet melting chocolates as well. If you want, go to the store and get a good quality chocolate for these, especially if you are making them for your family and closest friends. As …

Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce

Posted on by Meagan Vlasak in Cooking, Recipes | No Comments

Apple sauce or applesauce is a purée made of apples. It can be made with peeled or unpeeled apples and a variety of spices. Flavorings or sweeteners such as sugar or honey are also commonly added. How you change up the mix is what makes this recipe so exciting. On one making of this recipe, you may want smoother or chunkier apples. While at other times you may prefer a special set of spices for whatever it is you are using it for. Laktes, pork chops, pork tenderloin with cherries – and seasonally you can change the apples you use as well. Find your favorite, be sure to write it down so that you can tell everyone how great your version of apple sauce is. Apples are loaded with vitamin C and have fiber. Apple Sauce Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe CourseFruit, Side CuisineAmerican Servings …

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