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Vegetable Soup Not for Vegetarians

I was raised "up North". When I was 33, I moved to Virginia. I brought my mom's vegetable soup recipe with me. It may be she obtained her recipe for vegetable soup from her mother, my grandmother. If so, I would not be surprised to learn she had tweaked it
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Posted by on July 15, 2018

A hot truck engine is good for more than just heating up the surrounding air . Talk about tail pipe cooking, Southern Style!

TRUCK TAIL PIPE COOK'IN ON THE ROAD! I HEARD A TALE - OF A TAIL PIPE - a very unusual tale. The way things are going, you can practically boil an egg in your car. Well, the idea is not so far fetched after all. A man told his tale
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Posted by on July 11, 2018

We bought a half gallon of buttermilk reduced for only 25 Cents.

The other day, my wife purchased a half gallon of cultured buttermilk reduced for quick sale. The half gallon of buttermilk was only 25 cents. Believe it or not. And I do love cold buttermilk. When we go shopping for groceries, we do look at the
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Posted by on May 22, 2018

If your coffee gets to room temperature, don't microwave it back to hot, instead, put ice cubes in it and enjoy a nice iced coffee.

THE FULL FLAVOR OF COFFEE IS BETTER ENJOYED IF ICE CUBES ARE ADDED TO THE CUP. I used to microwave re-heat my Lukewarm cup of hot brewed coffee. There are reasons for not just placing it into a microwave oven to re-heat it. By microwaving a
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Posted by on May 31, 2018

I like to drink SUN TEA - Don't you?

SUN TEA IS BREWED DIRECTLY FROM SUNLIGHT YOU CAN DO IT IF YOU TRY. It's pretty simple. You measure about 3 tablespoons of loose tea, whatever flavor you like in a large glass pitcher or a large size mason jar and fill it with a quart or more of water, s
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Posted by on July 11, 2018

Vegetable Soup Not for Vegetarians

I was raised "up North". When I was 33, I moved to Virginia. I brought my mom's vegetable soup recipe with me. It may be she obtained her recipe for vegetable soup from her mother, my grandmother. If so, I would not be surprised to learn she had tweaked it
Click here to read more

Posted by on July 15, 2018

I like to drink SUN TEA - Don't you?

SUN TEA IS BREWED DIRECTLY FROM SUNLIGHT YOU CAN DO IT IF YOU TRY. It's pretty simple. You measure about 3 tablespoons of loose tea, whatever flavor you like in a large glass pitcher or a large size mason jar and fill it with a quart or more of water, s
Click here to read more

Posted by on July 11, 2018

A hot truck engine is good for more than just heating up the surrounding air . Talk about tail pipe cooking, Southern Style!

TRUCK TAIL PIPE COOK'IN ON THE ROAD! I HEARD A TALE - OF A TAIL PIPE - a very unusual tale. The way things are going, you can practically boil an egg in your car. Well, the idea is not so far fetched after all. A man told his tale
Click here to read more

Posted by on July 11, 2018

If your coffee gets to room temperature, don't microwave it back to hot, instead, put ice cubes in it and enjoy a nice iced coffee.

THE FULL FLAVOR OF COFFEE IS BETTER ENJOYED IF ICE CUBES ARE ADDED TO THE CUP. I used to microwave re-heat my Lukewarm cup of hot brewed coffee. There are reasons for not just placing it into a microwave oven to re-heat it. By microwaving a
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Posted by on May 31, 2018

We bought a half gallon of buttermilk reduced for only 25 Cents.

The other day, my wife purchased a half gallon of cultured buttermilk reduced for quick sale. The half gallon of buttermilk was only 25 cents. Believe it or not. And I do love cold buttermilk. When we go shopping for groceries, we do look at the
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Posted by on May 22, 2018

Serving a Cooked Dill Pickle? Really?

Well, I'm on my computer at home when my wife and son come home from visiting a nearby shopping mall. They brought back a sandwich my wife and I decided we'd split (to see if it was any good). It was called a Reuben Sub. OK. Hey, it was good! A nice surp
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Posted by on April 11, 2018

Frying Onions

I'm afraid I must be very careful in writing on this topic, as my latest article at QuirkyScience promises to do quite well, and I am afraid Google will see this little blip and discount that article. Not that I am not very appreciative of the opportunity
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Posted by on April 11, 2018

Sometimes the iceing doesn't fall far from the cake.

My wife made us a 2 layer white coconut cake yesterday. It was made basically from scratch with the help of Betty Crocker. LOL. The cake mix from the box was easy to make but making the icing from a mix using a special type of meringue powder, pur
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Posted by on April 2, 2018

Scrapple - How to Cook It Successfully

Am I hearing groaning out there? Is there a muttering going on? "How much lower can Vince go in what he is willing to write about?" Well sometimes it is the very small things in life we need to discuss. The subject is SCRAPPLE. What is it? Pork stock and
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Posted by on March 30, 2018

No Salt on Pistachios a Travesty?

Well, I visited a Walmart today because I needed to buy some rechargeable batteries for my "little guy", Noah, and some earplugs, and my wife wanted to make some purchases as well. So we drove out there. Well, naturally, we bought a few additional items a
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Posted by on March 19, 2018