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Poached Salmon Fillet Recipe

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Salmon is a nutritious food whether it is fried, baked, poached, or canned. There are many ways to cook it but this poached fillet recipe really is a nice twist for this meat fish. With lemon steamed into the fillets as they cook this recipe creates a meal that is not only delicious but one that is also highly nutritious as well.


Salmon is a rich source of protein and as a benefit is loaded with healthy omega 3 fats and vitamin D. Omega 3 are essential fats that your body requires for health and are excellent for heart and brain health. When you decide to cook up a salmon you just can't go wrong. So pull out a deep depth frying pan, pop on your pretty little apron, and let's cook up a meal of energy rich fish.

In this recipe I am using High Liner fish fillets. They are nice to cook with as the work of filleting the fish is already done for you and the size of each portion is ideal making it easy to adjust the cooking to the number of people you will be serving. I find that one p…

Pear Cobbler Recipe: Peach if You Prefer

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Fruit cobbler is an old country recipe traditionally served as a dessert while peaches or pears are in season. For those who have fruit trees it is a dish that often shows up at harvest time as an after dinner dessert or as a late evening snack. At the peak of the harvest it is a dish commonly taken to share with friends at community events.

Peach cobbler is a dessert recipe that has been welcomed onto supper tables far more times than one can mention. Sweet, delicious, nutritious, and oozing with the juicy goodness that only a great fruit dessert can have. This recipe is generally made using peaches, pears, or apricots but as we have a pear tree in our backyard this is the fruit that we generally put into ours. It is a delightfully refreshing dessert recipe that brings with it all the summertime warmth of a fresh fruit harvest. 

Pear cobbler is a dish that tastes like it has traveled direct from the orchard to the kitchen table. It is delightfully refreshing. So don your apron and lets…

Easter Bunny Stew Recipe

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Add a delicious new twist to your Easter meal. What could be more delightful for this spring holiday than a great big bowl of Easter bunny stew.

It is deliciously nutritious and a very novel method of ridding the world of leftover Easter bunnies. So pull out your best pot and prepare to heat up your family a great big scrumptious feeding of bunny stew. This traditional Easter dish is one that the whole family is going to look forward to. The ingredients for this dish are easily adaptable to serve any number of people so if you are expecting company it is still the perfect dish to serve. 

My rabbit stew recipe will serve about 6 but you can easily adjust the ingredients to match the number of people who will be dining on it. Simply use less of the ingredients for fewer people and more if you are planning on feeding a larger group. If you are planning on serving a large number of people you may want to consider using three or four Easter bunnies in your recipe rather than just the two I r…

Coconut Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

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Oooh these are definitely yummy home baked goodness. Crispy oatmeal with a hint of walnuts and the deliciously sweet texture of coconut all baked into one scrumptious snack. 

If you have cookie monsters in your home then you need to check out this coconut cookie recipe. Tasting similar to the Dad's cookies you find at the grocery store these are good old fashioned country goodness. There is so much more to enjoy about these cookies than simply the fact that they are a tasty tidbit. They are also pretty darn good for you. On rushed morning I often have a couple of these alongside a glass of milk and it gives me the morning energy boost I need.

The ingredient list says it all: Coconut, oatmeal, eggs, and walnuts. All those ingredients have elements in them that are good for you. I love that cookies contain oatmeal because it  is always deliciously nutritious. Oatmeal is a heart healthy food and a soluble fiber that absorbs cholesterol within it to help flush that nastiness out of the …

Sneaking the Kid's Halloween Candy Away From Them

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It's their candy but you want it out of their hands and into yours. So how can a parent tactfully regulate and restrict how much candy a kid eats without looking like the big green Grinch who stole Halloween? It can take a little witchly magic but it is possible.

Yeah, it is that wonderfully sticky sweet time of year again. Time for children to roam the neighborhood streets acquiring all kinds of wonderfully sugar laden treats to eat. They generally arrive back home tired, excited, and more than a little anxious to dig into their treat bags and all that newly acquired candy. ​

Kids would happily sit and munch through the entire bag if it were left up to them so you know that you have to intervene on this plan. It's not an easy task but with a little parental strategy and a whole lot of cunning it is possible to maneuver the candy out of their sticky little fingers and into yours. These tips will teach you the tricks to being a super Sneaky parent.

Check the candy to insure that …

Turkey Stuffing Baked Pan Style

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This oven cooked dressing is made outside of the bird so you can make up extra for your Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday meal or prepare this dish on its own any day of the week. 

You can use any pre-cooked chicken or turkey in this recipe and it comes out tasting much like the dressing cooked inside the bird.It is delicious and contains as much meat as you would like to add into it so this dish can be a meal in itself. My stuffing comes out loaded with large chunks of turkey baked into it. It is delicious!
With my recipe for pan style baked stuffing you can use leftover chicken, turkey, or ground sausage to prepare this side dish whenever the mood strikes you. For those who love stuffing but can't get enough in the bird this recipe will work too. Pop an extra pan of stuffing in the oven and you'll have plenty for everyone.
After our main holiday meal I package up my left over turkey into small size freezer bags so I can use it later. Then when we get a craving for turkey stuffi…

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