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FREE Gooseberry Patch Summer Entertaining Cookbooks

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For a limited time, Gooseberry Patch is offering two terrific cookbooks Dips & Spreads  and Brownie and Bar Recipes ~ available for FREE download through Amazon Kindle. These timely free cookbooks have a lot of great-looking recipes that look perfect for taking to your next summer picnic or gathering.

Do note that if you plan to get these books, you might now want to wait as we don’t know how long they will be available for free. Also, if you do not have a Kindle, you can still download these cookbooks for free and read them on your PC, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Blackberry and other devices (learn more below).

Other FREE available books to download (Kindle Editions):

Again, make sure these are still free, as prices change all the time on Amazon.  There are lots of other FREE books available anytime for download,  including a lot of great classics (go here).

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FREE Raised Bed Gardening 101 E-Book

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Raised Bed Gardening 101, an 89-page free e-book, is designed as an introduction for beginner gardeners. It briefly explains gardening basics and provides you with various design ideas for your own raised garden beds. Learn more or download the book here.

Looking for more great gardening titles?
Check out this list of FREE Gardening Resources and Tips.  Towards the bottom of this link, you’ll find a list of recommended books for North Texas and Dallas/Fort Worth area gardening.

You might also be interested in these popular FREE books
(Kindle Editions):

Do note that if you plan to get any of the free titles, you might not want to wait, as we don’t know how long they will be available for free.

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*Free Kindle for iPhone/iPad/iTouch
This is the app I use to read my FREE books.  Download, here (or download directly through the iTunes App Store on your device) to be able to read Kindle books on your iPhone, iPad, or iTouch.

*FREE Kindle for PC
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to read Kindle books on your PC.

*FREE Kindle Blackberry App
Get Amazon’s free Blackberry application to read Kindle books. Download yours for FREE here.

Find more Kindle apps for Mac, Android, and Windows Phone 7, here.

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FREE Printable Cooks Helps from Martha Stewart

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When you’re making that quick bread, can you swap a muffin tin for a loaf pan? How many tablespoons are in a cup? These handy (and FREE!) kitchen charts from Martha Stewart have all the answers.

Go here to get 3 free printables which include: baking pan substitutions, measuring equivalents, and candy-making temperatures.

To make them even more handy, we suggest you take the printouts to your favorite office supply store and have them laminated.  You can then always have them at your fingertips by turning them into refrigerator magnets (glue a magnet to the back) or bookmarks for your favorite cookbook.

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Oreo’s 100th Birthday: Fun Celebration Ideas From Around the Web-o-sphere

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Do you eat your Oreos whole, twist and eat the filling first, or dunk your cookies in milk? However you eat them, Oreos are one of those timeless fun foods for kids and adults, and they are celebrating their 100th Birthday! 

In honor, we are posting some of our favorite ideas and recipes from around the web for celebrating this favorite crème filled cookie.

Oreo Cake from Martha Stewart
Whoever put this together gets an A++ for their patience!

Easy to Make Oreo Pops from Hip Hip Hooray Blog
Love this great idea!!

Oreo Cookie Balls from Oreo’s Recipe Collection 
Be careful ~ these are addicting!!!!

Oreo “Easter Egg” Cookie Balls from Oreo’s Recipe Collection  
Such a fun idea to try with kids for an Easter treat. We probably would not use the orange extract called for in this recipe and might try with plain original or Golden Oreos instead (why mess with a good thing?).

How are you celebrating Oreo’s 100th Birthday?

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New Favorite: Baked Balsamic Chicken ~ Post #5

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Note about this post: We are taking a little blog-cation over the coming days and are republishing some of our top posts from the past (in no particular order). We look forward to being back with you in a few days! :)

      

A couple of months ago I discovered a “no-fail” recipe for baked chicken. This easy recipe has consistently provided the most moist and flavorful baked chicken and is my new “go-to” for all recipes that start with a base of cooked chicken.

The recipe is perfect as is (served right out of the oven with the balsamic sauce), but we also like the chicken without the sauce, served cold and chopped up on a green salad.  It would be great for chicken salad and sandwich wraps, too.  I double the recipe and freeze the extra chicken for quick and easy meals.

Baked Balsamic Chicken

Ingredients

6 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves

1 ½ teaspoons fresh rosemary leaves, minced, or ½ teaspoon dried

2 cloves garlic, minced

½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

½ teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

¼ cup balsamic vinegar

4-6 tablespoons white wine (optional)

Directions

1.  Remove excess fat from chicken and rinse the chicken. Combine the rosemary, garlic, pepper, and salt in a small bowl and mix well. Place the chicken in a large bowl. Drizzle with the olive oil, and rub each piece of chicken with the spice mixture. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

2.  Preheat the oven to 450°F. Spray a heavy roasting pan or iron skillet with cooking spray. Place the chicken in the pan and bake for 10 minutes. Turn the chicken over. If the drippings begin to stick to the pan, stir in 3-4 tablespoons water or white wine (if using).

3.  Bake until a thermometer inserted in the thickest portion of the meat registers 160°F and the juices run clear (about 10 more minutes).

4.  If the pan is dry, stir in another 1-2 tablespoons of water or white wine to loosen the drippings. Drizzle the vinegar over the chicken in the pan.

5.  Transfer the chicken to plates. Stir the liquid in the pan and drizzle over the chicken.

To freeze extra chicken:  Eliminate steps 4 & 5.  Place chicken on a wax paper lined cookie sheet, so that the chicken is not touching.  Freeze for 2 hours (or until outside feels frozen) and then transfer to a freezer safe bag or container.

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Favorite Recipe: Chicken and Corn Chowder ~ Post #2

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Note about this post:  We are taking a little blog-cation over the coming days and are republishing some of our top posts from the past (in no particular order).  Perhaps you’ll find a new nugget or two that you’ve missed along the way or maybe just a timely reminder.  We look forward to being back with you in a few days!  :)

I was flipping through my recipe file this morning and pulled out this family favorite, which I thought I’d pass along.  I love this chicken and corn chowder recipe because it is delicious and easy, yet not full of “bad” fat calories.   I hope you enjoy it, too!

Chicken-Corn Chowder

Ingredients

  • 4  medium onions, diced
  • 1/4  cup  olive oil
  • 5  medium potatoes, cubed
  • 2  celery stalks, chopped
  • 1  tablespoon  salt
  • 1/2  teaspoon  pepper
  • 2  cups  chicken broth
  • 5  cups  milk
  • 2  (15 1/4-ounce) cans whole kernel corn, drained
  • 1  (14 3/4-ounce) can cream-style corn
  • 1  cup  half-and-half (I use the fat-free version to cut down on fat)
  • 1 1/2  teaspoons paprika
  • 1/4  teaspoon  dried thyme
  • 3  cups  chopped cooked chicken*
  • Chopped fresh parsley (optional)

Directions

  1. Saute onion in olive oil in a Dutch oven until tender.
  2. Add cubed potato and next 4 ingredients; bring to a boil.
  3. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer until vegetables are tender
    (about 15 minutes)
  4. Add milk and next 6 ingredients; cook until heated
    (10-15 more minutes).
  5. Sprinkle with parsley if desired.

*3 cups chopped cooked ham or turkey may be substituted.

Tip:  I double this recipe, as this soup freezes nicely and is great to have on hand for a fast dinner.

 

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FREE Grocery Buying Guide From Cook’s Illustrated: Get The Most From Your Food Budget

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Cook’s Illustrated, the magazine pub from TV’s America’s Test Kitchen (and a favorite magazine of foodies), has put together their annual Buying Guide for Supermarket Ingredients, and you can print it out FREE here

This handy list compiles the America’s Test Kitchen winning finalists for hundreds of name brand packaged foods in lots of grocery categories from ketchup (winners = Hunts and Heinz) to chocolate chip brands (winners = Ghiradelli, Guittard, & Hershey’s).  This useful guide is compiled based on blind taste tests conducted over the last year, and winners are selected based on best overall quality, taste, and convenience.

Tips on How to Use This List:  I have used these “best of” lists from Cook’s Illustrated for the last few years, and find them extremely helpful in getting the best quality for my grocery dollar.  It prints on a standard letter size piece of paper and is a convenient reference to keep with my weekly grocery list.  I also save a copy to my iPhone so I’ll always have the list with me at the store (this is a pdf, so you can save it to your computer or any smart phone capable of reading a pdf document)!  I hope you find it useful, too.

Click here for the FREE guide.

What tips do you have for making the most of your grocery shopping budget?   Tell us in the comments section!   

 

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Save 90%! Gooseberry Patch Dinners On A Dime eCookbook ~ Only $0.89!

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Worth checking out ~ Amazon has temporarily lowered the cost on Gooseberry Patch Dinners on a Dime eCookbook for only $0.89 (Hardback retails for $16.95 in stores).  The cookbook includes more than 200 recipes for delicious, budget-friendly family meals.

About the book:

“When we were kids, our moms always seemed to know the thriftiest ways to fix delicious meals that everybody loved. Some of their dollar-stretching secrets still come in handy today! Dinners on a Dime cookbook is filled with easy, budget-friendly recipes for mouth-watering family meals. You’ll find festive, yet frugal suppers like 4-cheese mostaccioli bake, one-dish dinners like easy cheesy potatoes & sausage, and sides like buttery Parmesan potatoes.”

Do note that if you plan to get this book, you might not want to wait ~ we don’t know how long it will be available for this cheap. Also, if you do not have a Kindle, you can still download these cookbooks for free and read them on your PC, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Blackberry and other devices (learn more below).

There are lots of other FREE books available anytime for download,  including a lot of great classics (go here).

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*FREE Kindle for PC
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Cheap Comfort Food (& It’s Healthy!): 13-Bean Fort Worth Soup Recipe

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This week’s winter weather has me in the mood for this hearty bean soup ~ terrific comfort food for a rainy, cold day like today.  This recipe will make enough to feed a crowd, is cheap to make, and is even better the 2nd day after the flavors continue to meld together in the refrigerator.  Add a loaf of crusty french bread and a salad and you’ll have a terrific meal to feed the family. 

Do note that to make this soup, you will need to soak the beans for at least 8 hours before cooking (so plan accordingly).    :)

Bon Appetite, y’all!

13-Bean Fort Worth Soup

Ingredients

4 1/2 Cups of a mixed Bean Soup Mix (We used Bob Mills 13 Bean Soup, but any multi-bean soup mix will work)
2 1/2 Quarts of Water (to soak beans overnight)
1/8 cup Apple cider vinegar

3 Quarts water or stock (chicken, vegetable, or beef)
1/8 Cup Dried minced onion
3 Tablespoons dried parsley flakes
2 Tablespoons cumin
2 1/2 Teaspoons garlic powder
3 Teaspoons dried basil
1  1/2 Teaspoons dried oregano
2  Cans (14 oz each) diced or crushed tomatoes (We used 1 can of Muir Glen Organic roasted tomatoes  & 1 can Rotel with Chilis because we like the extra spice & depth of flavor)
Salt & pepper to taste

Optional Ingredients for Variations
1 Cup Brown Rice    – AND/OR-
1 Pound of meat of choice (like stew meat, ham, chicken, or sausage), cut into bite size pieces    – AND/OR-
1 Can (4 oz) of Diced Green Chiles

Directions

  1. Rinse and sort beans. In a large stockpot, add the beans, the 2 1/2 quarts of water  and apple cider vinegar.  Stir and soak overnight (or at least 8 hours).
  2. Drain and rinse the beans and add back to the stockpot along with the 3 Quarts of stock (or water), and all remaining ingredients except the salt and pepper.
  3. Stir all ingredients together and bring to a boil.
  4. Cover and reduce the heat to and simmer for 1 1/2 to 2 hours (until the beans are tender).
  5. Add salt and pepper, to taste.

Variations

  • Add 1 cup of brown rice during the last hour of simmering.
  • Add 1 pound of meat of choice, cut into bite-sized (like stew meat, ham, chicken, or sausage) to cook along with the beans. Add between steps #3 & #4 (right after the ingredients come to a boil and before you reduce the heat to simmer).
  • If you like extra spice, add 1 can (4 ounce) of Diced Green Chiles during the last hour of simmering.

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How to Make the Perfect Pie Crust From Scratch (Plus FREE Gooseberry Patch Pie Cookbook)

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A few years ago, I started making homemade pies to share with family and friends at the holidays. After trial and error, I have burned a few pies honed my skills on both savory and sweet pies and even watched a video on YouTube to learn how to make a lattice topped pie crust (it really is easier than it looks).  It is so satisfying to see the bubbling filling and golden brown crust of a pie come out of the oven ~ always a crowd pleaser!

Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to download the FREE Gooseberry Patch Savory Pies Cookbook.

10 Tips for Making a Perfect Crust for Any Pie

Store bought crusts are always a time-saver, but if you want a blue-ribbon pie, you need to make your crust from scratch.  It’s really not hard, and the results are fabulous when you use these tips:

1.  Start with a no-fail pie crust recipe. This recipe for Butter Flaky Pie Crust (allrecipes.com) is a favorite and will probably make you decide to never use shortening or margarine again in your baking.  The instructions are pretty easy to follow, too.

2.  Use very cold fresh butter. For the flakiest dough, chill the butter really well and cut into small pieces.  This helps keeps the butter from being over-worked when mixing the butter into the dough. If your kitchen is hot, chill the other ingredients and freeze the butter for 10 to 15 minutes before you mix it into the dough.

3. Make sure the butter is visible in the dough.  While many recipes call for you to work the butter into the flour until it resembles cornmeal, you should still see a few larger chunks of butter within the dough to insure optimum flakiness. You can use a fork, but cutting the butter into the dough is easiest when you use a pastry blender.

4. Limit the water in the recipe. Use just enough cold water so that the dough holds together when pinched.  Start with the smallest amount of water or liquid called for in the recipe. If the dough doesn’t hold together, add water by the teaspoon until it holds together.

5. Gently pat the dough into a 1″ thick round disk and chill.  Chill the dough disk at least 30 minutes before rolling.  Again, if your kitchen is warm, freeze the dough for 10 minutes to get it really cold before you start to roll it out.

6. Roll and turn the dough.  Use a floured rolling-pin to roll out the dough on a very well-floured work surface. After each roll of the pin, turn the dough 90 degrees to help prevent the dough from sticking. If the dough starts to stick to the rolling-pin or surface, re-flour the rolling-pin and/or the surface underneath the dough.

7. Roll with even pressure on the dough.  Keep the pressure of the rolling-pin even across the dough so that the edges are as thick as the center of the dough. Roll the dough out and away from yourself until the dough is evenly thick.

8. Brush milk or egg wash on the pie base and top. 
Brush the bottom crust with milk or egg white with a pastry brush (before adding the filling) to prevent the crust from getting soggy during baking.  Brush the top crust with the milk or egg wash to get a golden hue (to avoid burning, be careful not to wash the edge of the crust with the egg/milk).

9.  Avoid burning the crust by covering the pie edge with aluminum foil or a pie shield  (see below list of tools).
 Place aluminum foil strips or a pie shield (much easier than foil) around the edges of the pie before baking. Be sure to remove the foil or pie shield during the last 15 minutes of baking so the edge browns as well.

10. Place your pie plate on a baking sheet or jelly roll pan.
 The baking sheet helps brown the bottom crust evenly, makes it easier to remove the pie from the oven, and catches any pie filling that might spill.

My Favorite kitchen Tools for Making Pie Crusts:

Adjustable Pie Shield ~ love this for preventing burnt edges.


Adjustable rolling-pin ~ Evenly flattens dough and makes a uniform pie crust (also great for making cookie dough for cut-out cookies).

Ceramic Pie Plate ~Professional bakers recommend ceramic for pie plates since it absorbs and distributes heat evenly and bakes a crisper crust.  It really does make a difference in results!


Pastry blender ~ Mixes and cuts cold butter into flour quickly.

Pastry brush ~ Useful for brushing excess flour off
of dough and for applying egg wash.

 
FREE pie cookbook ~ For a short time, you can get a FREE download of the Gooseberry Patch – 25 Savory Pie Recipes cookbook. This is a Kindle download, but even if you don’t own a Kindle Reader, you can still get the cookbook for FREE on an iPod/iPad/iPhone, Android, Blackberry or your PC.  For dessert pies you might want to check out Martha Stewart’s New Pies and Tarts cookbook.

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Free Recipes and Cookbooks for Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Table Setting

If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your home and need some fresh menu ideas, there are some terrific FREE downloadable cookbooks and resources to help give you inspiration, ideas, and mouth-watering recipes for your gathering.

Here are a handful of our favorites to get you started:

You might also be interested in the free downloadable cookbooks here, too!

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FREE Gooseberry Patch Cookie Swap Cookbook

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Gooseberry Patch has just released Cookie Swap, another terrific e-cookbook available for FREE download through Amazon Kindle. This latest release has a lot of helpful info for putting together a Christmas cookie exchange party along with some great-looking cookie recipes and other treats to get you started.

Do note that if you plan to get this book, you might now want to wait as we don’t know how long it will be available for free. Also, if you do not have a Kindle, you can still download these cookbooks for free and read them on your PC, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Blackberry and other devices (learn more below).

FREE cookbooks available to download (Kindle Editions):

There are lots of other FREE books available anytime for download,  including a lot of great classics (go here).

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*Free Kindle for iPhone/iPad/iTouch
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*FREE Kindle for PC
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*FREE Kindle Blackberry App
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FREE Gooseberry Patch and Stonyfield Farms Cookbooks

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There are some terrific e-cookbooks available for FREE download through Amazon Kindle right now. Even if you do not have a Kindle, you can still download these cookbooks and read them on your PC, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Blackberry and other devices (learn more below).

The FREE cookbooks include (Kindle Editions):

There are lots of other FREE books available anytime for download,  including a lot of great classics (go here).

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*Free Kindle for iPhone/iPad/iTouch
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*FREE Kindle for PC
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End of School Reminder: Good Grades = A FREE Rental from Blockbuster!

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Get a FREE Rental From Blockbuster with Good Grades!
Blockbuster is rewarding your student’s hard work with a FREE movie rental from their stores. Qualifying students can get 1 free rental per grading period.  Go here to learn more.

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3 FREE Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks ~ Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes & More!

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There are 3 Gooseberry Patch cookbooks available for FREE download through Amazon Kindle. Even if you do not have a Kindle, you can still download these cookbooks and read them on your PC, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Blackberry and other devices (learn more below).

The FREE Gooseberry Patch cookbooks include:

There are lots of other FREE books available anytime for download,  including a lot of great classics (go here).

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*FREE Kindle for PC
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*FREE Kindle Blackberry App 
Get Amazon’s free Blackberry application to read Kindle books. Download yours for FREE here.

*Free Kindle for iPhone/iPad/iTouch
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