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Sharing is caring! Shrimp cocktail is all about how well you thawed the shrimp. Perfectly cooked and juicy shrimp are what is required to make a great appetizer. If you are dealing with frozen shrimp cocktail, defrosting in proper manner is the first and foremost step to take. How do you thaw shrimp cocktail in microwave?...
Basic Red Raspberry Leaf Tea Recipe Red raspberry leaf tea has a wonderful flavor that is very similar to black tea (without the caffeine). If you like tea, it tastes great plain, hot or cold. Try this simple red raspberry leaf tea recipe: Use a ratio of 1 Tbs of loose leaf red raspberry leaf tea...
Ringing in the New Year is a cause for celebration, for spending time with friends and family, and for offering Happy New Year wishes. Browse the Happy New Year messages below to express your New Year wishes and sum up what the past year has meant to you. A lot can happen in a year and between the good,...
Crab legs are a heavenly treat for all seafood lovers. They have such a distinct sweetness and tenderness, just the sight of them is enough to make my mouth water. Plus, there’s no better way to eat them than by using your hands - which makes for such a fun dining experience! Dip them in some clarified...
Whitetail deer hunting is an ancient and primal practice. Indigenous hunters have sacred traditions that involve honoring and appreciating the animal. Nothing was put to waste and every bit of the animal, from nose to tail, was utilized. After whitetail hunting, many hunters tend to utilize the venison but then toss the bits that might...
Lime zest is added to all kinds of recipes. It is really easy to make. When a recipe calls for lime juice then zest will take that flavor up a note seeing how strong it is. It is a great alternative to lemon zest. The citrus flavor that you get is really amazing from such a small piece...
Pinto beans are the most popular beans in America and for good reason! They’re delicious, versatile, and packed with protein. While this humble little bean is most often used in Mexican cuisine, it’s also earned itself a spot on the table of Southern comfort food favorites. Whether you want to serve pinto beans on the side...
How to make natural food coloring? The answer’s easy. You can make it from scratch in shades of pink, purple, green, and yellow, with no artificial coloring, no preservatives, and no monumental price tag. Just fruits and vegetables. Adapted from Cara Reed | Decadent Gluten-Free Vegan Baking | Page Street Publishing, 2014 If you make this recipe, snap...
Easy recipe: breading without egg. You’ll only need flour, plant milk, salt, pepper, spices and bread crumbs. When I make vegan recipes, I don’t use any eggs (of course), so I always make my breading recipes with no eggs. That’s a bit weird maybe, and people often ask me how to do that. So I though I would...
If you like this pasta, check out Creamy Garlic Butter Pasta or Spicy Sausage, Spinach, & Kale Baked Pasta! SUMMER! BASIL! PESTO! Are we there yet? Um, nearly. Can you tell I’m excited about it? Give me a few days of 75 degree weather and I’m plunging straight into July. YAH SUMMER! Seriously though. I am excited for...