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Stir-Fry

I love Stir Fry.  It’s one of those dishes that you can make work any time of the year with whatever you have in your refrigerator or freezer. It’s a fast dinner that can be put together in less than 30 minutes.   Right now the yellow, red and orange peppers are beautiful at the […]

Hosting a Pampered Chef Party

First off let me say I’m not getting paid to write this, I have never hosted a Pampered Chef Party before, nor am I a paid Pampered Chef Consultant. This weekend I hosted a Pampered Chef Party. I have attended many different types of demonstration parties in the past, but I have never hosted any […]

Phoenixville Food Truck Festival

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania held their semi-annual Phoenixville Food Truck Festival on Saturday, November 4 from 12:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Twenty-four trucks were invited to sell their food with some craft and jewelry vendors.  Bands were located down main street providing great music which was jazz, rock and oldies.If you are anything like me and watch […]

Stuffed Red Peppers

Stuffed Red Peppers

I was in my kitchen this morning and started looking at my bowl of fresh vegetables on the counter.  I knew today was the day I needed to use my red bell peppers.  I had the idea to make stuffed red peppers.  I’m sorry I forgot to show my prep work.  I will get better […]

About: A LITTLE OF THIS…..A LITTLE OF THAT

About: A Little of This... A Little of That

Hi!  I’m Barbara. Welcome to A LITTLE OF THIS…..A LITTLE OF THAT A little bit about me. I am a wife, mother, cook, newly assigned family special occasion baker, e-book reader, crazy hockey fan, dog sitter, lover of all things crafty, semi-gardener, master schedule planner, travel agent (not professional), and Pinterest junkie. I have been […]

CHEESE DANISH

Cheese Danish

Recipe by Adventures in Kitchen Girl Reviewed  by Barbara Moyer I have been dreaming of this Cheese Danish for about two months. I know if I make it I will not be able to resist eating the whole thing.  It’s soft, flaky, buttery, sweet and tastes as good as any bakery bought Danish.  Do I […]

Basic Knife Skills

Usually, I maintain the same status as the dogs when it  comes to being in Barb’s kitchen at the same time she is working.  If you get in her way, she will run you over.  I always seem to be in the way, so most times, the dogs move a little faster than me, so […]

Cooking Mastery

Cooking Mastery Series The eBook, Cooking Mastery, is presented as a series of articles on FoodsSource.com.  Each chapter is its own installment, and as each is released, it will be accompanied by a Podcast, an audio recording of the text of the article as read by Rich Moyer. Don’t be fooled into believing this is […]

Jacques Pepin

Jacques Pepin Videos How to Cook Steak How to Peel a  Carrot How to Peel Broccoli Peeling and Trimming Asparagus Peeling Bell Peppers Cutting Corn off the Cob Jacques Pepin Books, DVD’s (Mr. Pepin was executive chef on our Mediterranean cruise on Oceania, so he is one of our favorites)   <A HREF=”http://ws.amazon.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&MarketPlace=US&ID=V20070822%2FUS%2Finfaboany-20%2F8001%2F01da28c8-dc52-41fe-bd5c-668e4a073826&Operation=NoScript”>Amazon.com Widgets</A> If […]

Herb Gardening With Culinary Herbs, Ornamental Herbs And Medicinal Herbs

Herb gardening has been around for centuries and the joys of an herbal garden is well known to many gardeners. Even beginner gardeners can have a high rate of success by starting with the basics and working their way up to a more complicated herbal garden. You can even make a container herb garden or […]

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