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Latkes Recipe

Jake's Kids Latkes Recipe

Latkes Recipe

From Jake's Kids Kitchen Latke is the Yiddish word for "pancake". Latkes have been around since the 14th century and are a popular tradition at Hanukkah. At our home, we celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and most recently, Kwanzaa. What's the best part of celebrating three holidays in December? Besides the extra time with family and friends, it's the FOOD! We enjoy a full month of delicious foods. Latkes are always a favorite as they are loved by both adults and children. Traditionally, latkes are served with sour cream and applesauce but they are very versatile and can be garnished with just about...

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Homemade Bagels

Angie St. John Homemade Bagels Recipe

Homemade Bagels

From the Kitchen of Angie St. John My family loves homemade breads, and that's good because I LOVE making them. However, some can seem quite intimidating with many steps involved. I've made bagels in the past and have never really loved any particular recipe I've tried. However, over the past weekend, I combined a few and came up with a winner and can't wait to experiment some more with it. My husband and I have been enjoying these bagels at breakfast but our almost six year old has been wanting them for dinner with carrot sticks, and hey why not (and easy for...

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Irish Soda Bread Recipe

Jake's Kids Irish Soda Bread Recipe

Irish Soda Bread Recipe

From Jake's Kids Kitchen Our recipe for Irish soda bread has been in our family for decades. It has no caraway seeds as none of the kids in our family liked them. As children, we'd pick them out and pile them on our plates. Hence, our great aunts created a delicious recipe for us without seeds. Our recipe is also much moister than traditional Irish soda bread recipes that are often crumbly. When this bread is warm and fresh out of the oven, we love to eat it with melted butter on top. When it's room temperature, we think it tastes best with...

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Valentine's Puffed Rice Treats

Angie St. John Valentine's Puffed Rice Treats

Valentine's Puffed Rice Treats

From the kitchen of Angie St. John Valentine's Day is right around the corner, so who doesn't want some extra treats in the house. This is my husband's favorite sweet treat and I thought I would make it this year with a little extra sweetness. I added some melted white chocolate with a few heart sprinkles on top. We enjoyed this treat after dinner last Friday night and then again in the morning with some coffee! I honestly think we may have enjoyed it more so than our five year old. This is a quick, tasty and pretty treat that you could...

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Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Angie St. John Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

From the Kitchen of Angie St. John My family enjoys making these when winter is still around because the lemon flavor makes us think of warmer days and sunshine. It's a quick & simple recipe that transforms a morning breakfast or afternoon snack into a yummy treat filled with smiles. If you opt out of the sugar glaze, these toast up well and are delightful with some butter too! You will need: 2 cups flour 2/3 cup granulated sugar Juice of 1 lemon (you can add zest, but not necessary)  2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking Soda 1 small cup of Greek plain...

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