Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Around the Table

Around the Table

beef cuts

When you look around the beef section of the grocery store, you might be overwhelmed at the sight of so many different cuts.
jar of flour

If you’re not familiar with the metric system, making European confections can be confusing. These charts will help you measure out your ingredients correctly.

Learn more about processing and preparing venison to maximize its quality, get rid of undesirable flavors, reduce gamey taste and ensure it is safe to eat.
beets

Use the following tips to produce quality canned, pickled and frozen beets that are optimized for prolonged storage.
rototiller

Some gardeners rototill their plots every year out of habit or tradition, but should you?
radishes

How many seeds should you plant in your garden this year? That depends on the size of the harvest you want or need.
pickled cucumbers

Learn to properly pickle cucumbers to ensure safe preservation and optimum taste.

Paste tomatoes are great for making sauces, including homemade ketchup.
clothespin cookies on plate

Call them clothespins, lady locks or cream horns, but nothing beats the light, fluffy pastry dough filled with sweet icing.
vegetable kabobs

If you have resolved to eat healthier, parties can present a challenge, so it’s important to have a game plan before tackling the Super Bowl spread.

More Recipes

A pumpkin pie with one slice removed and set on a plate next to it.

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