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Here are the top ten articles for the Home Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Healthy Breakfast Banana Smoothie Recipe
Alternatives for a healthy breakfast can be as easy as 1-2-3. My Healthy Breakfast Banana Smoothie recipe is so easy to make and has only 3 ingredients. I have many variations for this simple recipe that will be a great hit in the spring and summer months, or at birthday parties for the kids.
2. FoodSaver Vacuum Sealing Review
Buying in bulk is always a money-saver, especially if you have room to store the excess for another day. That's where vacuum sealing equipment comes in really handy. I would not be without my Foodsaver machine today as I can store fresh food up to 2 weeks without spoiling. Check out my review.
3. Successful Home Canning
HereŽs my easy to follow guide with the basics you need to know for successful home canning.
4. Crunchy Cheesy Chicken Pasta Casserole Recipe
There are some days throughout the year where comfort food fits right in. Cold, rainy and snowy days are just a few - so hold off on your carbs and fats for the day and casserole-up for dinner with my easy to make, comforting Crunchy, Cheesy Chicken Pasta recipe.
5. Watermelon Centerpieces
A hollow carved watermelon is a perfect centerpiece and serving bowl for a fresh melon salad or fruit punch.
6. Pan-fried Rockfish & Sauteed Salad Recipe
Ok, so you ate bad things on Valentines Day and all of the other rich holiday eating days. That's understandable, so be good to yourself and make my easy Pan-fried Rockfish with Sauteed Salad one day this week. It's guiltless, light and delicious and can be made in approximately 10 minutes.
7. How to Freeze Green Beans
Freezing is the easiest way to preserve fresh summer green beans to enjoy all year long. For the highest quality and nutrition, they should be frozen at the peak of freshness.... as soon after harvesting as possible.
8. How Much? How Many?
How many crackers in the crust? How many bananas in the cake? Will one box of brown sugar be enough?
9. Hot Cross Buns - A Good Friday Tradition
Hot Cross buns have long been a symbol of Good Friday. Each bun has an icing cross on top to signify the crucifixion.
10. Vegetable Freezing Chart
Most fresh vegetables must be "blanched" before they are frozen. Blanching is a two-step process... Step one is immersing the vegetables in boiling water. In step two, the boiled vegetables are quickly cooled in cold water. This chart list blanching times.
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