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How to Make Switchel
Switchel is a classic American beverage which traces its history back to the Colonial era. It is made with ginger, apple cider vinegar and a sweetener such as maple syrup, honey or molasses.
Pork Potato and Green Chile Stew
I spent some quality time in Albuquerque recently. We visited for the International Balloon Fiesta, but in reality, I went for the food. With its strong Native American influence, New Mexican cuisine differs a bit from traditional Mexican or Baja style you'll find on the west coast. I grabbed a…
Homemade Rhubarb Jam
I saw some rhubarb at the grocery store this weekend and decided to pick some up and try something new. I've done rhubarb pies and cobblers before, so this time, I wanted to try a jam.
The Right Way to Make Goulash
I got a hankering for goulash today.  It's a dish I'd never made at home so I jumped online looking for a recipe.  Goulash is apparently a lot like chili - there are ways to do it right and wrong.
How to Make Potato Skins at Home
Potato Skins are a favorite appetizer at many restaurants and a favorite of ours.  I figured out a few years ago how to make them at home.  They're easy, but a little time consuming.  The trick is actually cooking the potatoes three times.
Bacon Tomato Grilled Cheese [PHOTO]
In case you didn't know, the Internet loves bacon.  So I'm conducting a little experiement to see how popular I can make this Instagram photo I took of last night's dinner.  A deluxe grilled cheese sandwich with bacon and tomato.

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