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What the Union Soldiers Ate - Civil War Beef Stew on The History Kitchen.com

What the Union Soldiers Ate – Civil War Beef Stew

Learn what Union Soldiers ate during the Civil War, and try a historical recipe for Commissary Beef Stew from Captain James M. Sanderson.

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Apple Honey Challah

Apple Honey Challah

Learn to make a round Apple Honey Challah for Rosh Hashanah. Includes a braiding diagram and step-by-step photos. Kosher, Pareve, High Holidays.

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Pomegranate Glazed Salmon

Pomegranate Glazed Salmon

Salmon seared and glazed with pomegranate molasses, finished in a slow oven for a perfect, caramelized finish. Rosh Hashanah, Kosher, Pareve

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Rosh Hashanah Napkin Rings

Rosh Hashanah Napkin Rings

Easy kid-friendly craft for Jewish holidays – Rosh Hashanah Apple & Honey Bee Napkin Rings. Includes step-by-step photo illustrated instructions.

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Figs and Cheese

Figs and Cheese

Seasonal cheese and fig appetizer – farm gooey soft-ripened brie or Mt. Tam cheese topped with warm sugary fig sauce and toasted nuts.

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Chicken Shawarma

Chicken Shawarma

How to make homemade chicken shawarma in the oven or on the grill. Simple spice marinade and recipe. Middle Eastern.

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Peach and Blueberry Crisp

Peach and Blueberry Crisp

A simple seasonal dessert recipe with peaches and blueberries, inspired by the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market. Kosher, Dairy.

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Peach Sangria

Peach Sangria

Learn to make sangria with peaches, the perfect cold refreshing party drink for summer.

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Italian Style Schnitzel Bites

Italian Schnitzel Bites

Easy recipe, a fun Italian twist on chicken schnitzel. Chicken pieces marinated in Italian dressing coated with crispy seasoned panko and spices

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