Goodness from the Garden! Homemade Pesto: Noreen’s Kitchen

Greetings! We worked out in the garden and got that garlic planted. I have a ton of basil that I don’t want going to waste, so I picked a bunch and I am going to make some lovely pesto with…
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Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment

http://www.ted.com Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles — researching,…
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Easy Cheese Making At Home Seminar Highlights Noreen’s Kitchen

Greetings! I was asked to teach a class/seminar on easy cheese making at the local store where I buy my milk, cream, butter and eggs as well as a number of o…
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Goal! D.C. United 2, Chicago Fire 1. Perry Kitchen (D.C. United) right footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the top left corner. Subscribe t…
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Italian Cream Soda! Coffee House Favorite! Noreen’s Kitchen

Italian Cream Soda!  Coffee House Favorite!  Noreen's Kitchen

Greetings! I have been waiting to do this one for a while now and finally ordered the syrup to make it! Italian cream soda is a treat from when I was a child…

Stan Leopard used to spend nearly two hours in the car each day commuting from his home in Mill Valley, CA to his office in San Francisco. Since he runs a sm…

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Garden Harvest and Rhubarb: Noreen’s Kitchen

Garden Harvest and Rhubarb: Noreen's Kitchen

Greetings! Just sharing with you what we picked this morning as well as how I deal with rhubarb. I actually hit one of my rhubarb plants while eliminating we…

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the 2012 Chicago Flower and Garden Show. In this episode, you will see some of John’s fav…

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Noreen’s Kitchen Quickie: How to Separate Eggs for Recipes

Noreen’s Kitchen Amazon Store: www.noreenskitchen.com Get the recipe and even more recipes on my website: www.noreenskitchen.com Get Noreen’s Kitchen Holiday Helper at a 40% discount for a limited time www.lulu.com What’s for Dinner FB fan page: www.facebook.com The Holiday’s Are Coming FB fan page www.facebook.com The Homestead Honey Hour FB fan page: www.facebook.com Noreen’s Kitchen on Twitter: @noreenskitchen Greetings! Since I have many people share with me the fact that they are still learning how to cook or are simply just beginning the journey of learning to cook, I thought it might be good to share how I separate eggs when a recipe calls for only whites or yolks. This is a simple task but if you don’t know how to do it, it can be a daunting one. There are lots of little gadgets out there to help you with separating the egg white from the yolk, but you can simply do this with just the package the egg came in! It’s own shell is the perfect tool for separating eggs. The sharp edge of the egg will help you to get those stubborn whites. I hope this demonstration will take the mystery out of separating eggs. Happy Eating!
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