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Feb 17 2017

Learn to Cook Six meals by Age Sixteen

Six by Sixteen http://sixbysixteen.me/  wants to teach young people to plan and prepare six nutritious, locally sourced meals by the time they are sixteen years old. It was started as a public health initiative in Ontario Canada and it is a great idea. Those who learn to cook at home will cook when older and [...]

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May 18 2016

Salsa Verde Made with Tomatillos

Salsa Verde Salsa Verde adds flavor to Mexican foods but don’t stop there. Use it as a salad dressing, add it to cooked rice and beans, as a sauce on any cooked meat such as grilled fish, chicken or steak and on top of vegetables for an extra burst of flavor. Salsa Verde is made [...]

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May 09 2016

Make Your Own Burrito

  Start by making Refried Beans , then fill a tortilla  as pictured above, folding it so the ingredients are tightly wrapped inside. A 10-inch tortilla works best.   Refried beans Cooking beans with onion and garlic makes them very flavorful, the name  sounds as if they are very high in fat but they are not. [...]

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Oct 05 2015

CrockPot Catsup

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Homemade catsup is a recipe I am experimenting with for  a cooking project to do with kids. The recipe is delicious, not exactly health food but when you make it at home you add exactly what you want, and skip the high fructose corn syrup. I used brown sugar and honey instead of white sugar. [...]

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Jul 07 2014

Beet Reuben Sandwich

It might sound a bit weird to make a sandwich using beets but the result was heaven. I got the idea from the Maine Grind in Ellsworth, Maine where I ordered it on a recent trip North. Since then I have made it for friends and family with lots of accolades and recipe requests. The [...]

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