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Crumbles

Crumbles

When You Have Leftover Crumble Serve It For Breakfast With A Dollop Of Greek Yogurt.

In Season Stone Fruit

In Season Stone Fruit

Stone fruit is at its peak during the summer. Look for fruit without any bruises, cuts, or soft spots. Peaches bruise easily – hold in the palm of your hand to check ripeness instead of squeezing. Give a sniff. Ripe fruit has a fragrant scent that makes you want to take a bit. Ripen peaches […]

Beer Soaked Sausages & Onions

Beer Soaked Sausages & Onions

I’ve never met a sausage that I didn’t like, but these are the best “in-bun” choice for your summer grilling. Go to recipes to find out how to makes this delicious summer treat. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2019 All Rights Reserved

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day!

Blueberry Muffin Mug Cake

Blueberry Muffin Mug Cake

You may substitute any berries for this delicious mug cake. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2019 All Rights Reserved

Precooking Ribs Before Grilling

Precooking Ribs Before Grilling

To make delicious grilled baby back or spare ribs bake them a day or two in advance. Precooking ribs tenderizes the meat and shortens cooking time. Leave them in the refrigerator for a day or two after precooking them and the flavor develops even further. Remove ribs from refrigerator 1 hour before cooking and let […]

Freezing Basil

Freezing Basil

Fresh basil can be dried, but freezing holds the flavor better, and there are two easy methods. 1. Freeze Whole Leaves: Blanch basil leaves in boiling water for two seconds and immediately place in an ice bath. Dry the leaves completely, then place in a freezer-safe container, layered with parchment paper or wax paper, and […]

Organic Farming

Organic Farming

Organic crops, grown without recourse to synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, are credited with miraculous properties by many of their fans. Unfortunately, there is little scientific evidence that they are more nutritious than those produced by conventional means. But their supporters argue that the methods used to raise them bring other benefits, too. And here they […]

Picnics

Picnics

The word picnic was originally a 17th Century French word, picque-nique. Its meaning was similar to today’s meaning: a social gathering where each attendee brings a share of the food. Going on a picnic sounds like a great idea, but it might feel a bit daunting if you haven’t been on one in a long […]

Homemade Pizza Dough

Homemade Pizza Dough

Use simple pizza dough to make smaller individual pies that guests can top themselves or make 2 larger ones for family pizza night.