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Traditional Yule: Make your Own Homebrewed Mead Author: Treasach [a WitchVox Sponsor] Posted: December 19th. 2010 Times Viewed: 4,678 My apprentice and I just made mead, and it wasn't nearly that much of a trial as some authors seemed to imply. I personally think it's easier than canning, which frankly makes me nervous. You almost can't screw up making mead, and it's one of the most sacred and magical tasks we do here in the Medieval Still Room that connects us to our ancestors. My husband pronounced it as the best concoction to come out of the brewing room yet!
BBQ meat is one of the biggest food trends in London right now. Places like Pitt Cue have people queueing around the block (in the snow!)
Can we talk favorite flavor combinations…ever? For me, I think it would have to be peanut butter, banana, and chocolate. I could eat this combination any which way for days and never be tired of it.
Here’s my second attempt at making cauliflower rice. My first attempt was a little too involved, but this time I adapted this recipe from Elana’s Pantry. This version doesn’t require you to nuke the cauliflower and then fry it.
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Nix those suspicions that good, homemade food comes with an exorbitant price tag. We found exactly the opposite, actually. If we roll up our sleeves and make homemade pasta, cookies, or just about any other food, it costs a whole lot less than buying the pre-made versions.
I LOVE anything with Peanut Butter and Chocolate but sometimes I don't have all day to bake in the kitchen. When I found these I knew I had to give them a try.
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I found these helpful charts last week and just had to share! Both of these beauties are from Chasing Delicious (aka one of the most fab foodie blogs out there)! Aren’t they faaaaabulous?!
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