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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. Homemade Waffles
Waffles drenched in syrup are a traditional brunch and breakfast favorite, but waffles can also be a delicious part of any meal.
2. Easy Creamy Beef Stroganoff over Rice Recipe
Beef tenderloin, fresh mushrooms and onions in an herb infused broth and a creamy sauce, make my Easy Creamy Beef Stroganoff over Rice a delicious take on an old Russian classic recipe. Whether you take my easy way out or slow cook it - this old time favorite will come out the same - awesome!
3. Homemade Chocolate Easter Eggs
Here's recipes for Peanut Butter Easter Eggs, Coconut Cream Easter Eggs, Fruit and Nut Easter Eggs, Buttercream Easter Eggs and Cherry, Pineapple & Coconut Easter Eggs.
4. Successful Home Canning
Here´s my easy to follow guide with the basics you need to know for successful home canning..
5. How Much? How Many?
How many crackers in the crust? How many bananas in the cake? Will one box of brown sugar be enough?
6. Make an Easter Bonnet Cake
Create an Easter Bonnet Cakeor Easter Bunny Cake.
7. About the Turkey
Whether you´re planning a quiet meal for the two, or a large feast with family and friends, chances are you´ll be having turkey as the main course. Here´s advice about turkey buying, thawing, and roasting.
8. Chicken Pot Pie or Chicken & Dumplings - Pennsylvania Dutch Style
Pennsylvania Dutch Pot Pie is really not a pie. It´s a delicious thick chicken stew, similar to Chicken and Dumplings, but made with square pot pie noodles instead of the dumplings. Use ready made noodles or make them from scratch with this easy recipe.
9. Fastnachts, a Pa. Dutch Shrove Tuesday Tradition
The Pennsylvania Dutch celebrate Shrove Tuesday by eating yeast raised potato doughnuts, which are lovingly known as "Fastnachts."
10. About the Ham
How do you choose the best ham? Should you buy fully cooked or uncooked, wet-cured or dry cured, bone-in, semi-boneless or boneless. Will you get a whole ham, a shank half, a butt half, or a canned ham?
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