June 30, 2018

Homemade Mix Fruit Jam (Rhubarb, Strawberries, Apricot, Plum)

This is my first take on Jam. To be true I have not planned this or never thought of making it soon. But I had some fruits lying and it was not being eaten and I had bought Rhubarb for the first time thinking will add it to my Ice cream or do something with it, not knowing what. I first tasted Rhubarb raw and to be true the first taste I felt a bit bland probably because never tasted it. I first thought of making only rhubarb jam but since we have never had Rhubarb it was better to mix it with something. I had a big box of strawberries lying and I simply added half of the box in it. I know the ingredients in a jam needs to be measured but by my nature and way of cooking I roughly measured the number of cups. Added around half of the sugar, some lemon juice, rest of lemon and done. You just need to cook on medium to slow gas stirring in between and it's done. It's a no fuss and easy recipe which can be multi tasked along with other things, which I love.

The jam turned out super tasty, I was literally leaking the spoon after I filled a glass jar. We are currently enjoying this with our toast/bread and my DH liked it so much, his comment was it's much better than the store bought ones where you literally just taste sugar.


The other thing to remember in this is that you need to have a clean sterile container to fill this. So I boiled a big pot of water, added my glass jars in it, let it boil for 5 minutes or so and then removed it and let it dry. The glass needs to be completely cleaned. It is said that you can pack this jam bottles air tight and keep it for a year. I have yet to try that, may be next time. So until then keep watching this space and check out the recipe below.

never thought of posting it for the cookoutweek, as I wanted to add one salad and did not even think if I can post the jam and was wondering time is going by and I do not have a recipe ready. But yes why can't I add this Jam to cookooutweek, what is summer without those fresh fruits. A homemade jam from those fresh fruits is simply yum.   

Last point before I shut my mount, you can simply skip the plum and apricots and call it Rhubarb and Strawberries jam, as the quantity of the earlier two was very less.

Mix Fruit Jam



Mix Fruit Jam


Mix Fruit Jam

Mix Fruit Jam



So here goes the recipe:

Ingredients 

  • Rhubarb (1 bunch - had 7-8 stalks in it - approximately 2.5 cups)
  • Strawberries about (approximate 2 cups)
  • Plum- 1 
  • Apricots - 2 small (Along with Plum, 1 cup)
  • Sugar half quantity of fruits (I took 5 cups)
  • Zest of 1 Lemon (Medium Size)
  • Juice of 1.5 Lemon (Medium Size)
Next time I will update this recipe by mentioning the ingredients in gms.

Preparation 


  1. Wash all the fruits nicely with normal water.
  2. Tap it dry with a clean kitchen towel. (We do want any water)
  3. Roughly chopped the fruits. 

  4. In a clean heavy bottom pan add all the cut fruits, Sugar, lemon rind and Juice.

  5. Let this cook on slow to medium gas, stirring in between. Do not let it stick to the bottom of the pan.
  6. In the mean time keep a small steel plate in the freezer. We need this to test if the Jam is done.
  7. The fruits will release the juices with the sugar and the mixture will start boiling. Keep it stirring in between.
  8. Once it has thickened a lot, reduce it to minimum and let it cook stirring almost continuously.
  9. You will understand that the Jam is done or almost done when the mixture goes very thick.


  10. At this time you can drop a teaspoon of the mixture on the steel plate.
  11. If it runs out quickly its not done. You can also keep the mixture in the plate in the freezer for a minute.
  12. Remove it after a minute. Check with your finger. It should appear thick or has shrunken a bit its done, if runny its not done.
  13. Once done, let it cool and empty it in the sterlise bottle. (Check the notes above on how to sterlise the bottles)
  14. Enjoy this on a slice of bread or toast or crackers or as a topping on your granola or cornflakes.

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    This week, we are also hosting a HUGE giveaway thanks to our generous #CookoutWeek sponsors. Enter below to win. Here's what one lucky will will receive:

    • Char-Broil Classic 280 2-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill from blog hosts The PinterTest Kitchen. This grill has 280 square inches of cooking space over porcelain-coated grates and two 12-inch side shelves for extra prep space.
    • A Red KitchenAid Mixer and 5 Flavored Butters from our friends at Chef Shamy. Make the World a Butter Place® with Chef Shamy! The winner will receive Garlic Butter, Cinnamon Brown Sugar Honey Butter, Vanilla Bean Honey Butter, Strawberry Honey Butter, and French Onion Butter with Asiago Cheese to use in your favorite cookout recipes. And if you just can't wait, use 10BUTTER10 starting today to get 10% off your Chef Shamy butter order on Amazon. These butters contain no oil, and the savory butters are perfect for keto recipes.
    • A Duck Product Pack from our friends at Maple Leaf Farms consisting of 2 pkgs All Natural Boneless Duck Breasts (7.5 oz), 2 pkgs Fully Cooked Roast Half Ducks w/Orange Sauce (14 oz), 1 pkg Duck Bacon (12 oz), and 1 pkg All Natural Duck Legs (16 oz). Maple Leaf Farms is celebrating its 60th anniversary raising White Pekin ducks on local, family-owned farms.
    • Butter-flavored Organic Coconut Oil from our friends at Barlean's. This dairy free option offers all the healthy benefits of organic coconut oil, with the rich taste of butter. It's great on toast, popcorn, baked potatoes, or cooked vegetables. You can also substitute it 1:1 for butter in baking, cooking, and frying, and of course it is perfect as a butter substitute for all your favorite cookout recipes.
    • 24 Cartons of Vinegar Shots from our friends at Vermont Village. You'll receive 12 cartons of turmeric flavor and 12 cartons of cranberry flavor. Each carton contains 12 individual, 1 fluid ounce vinegar shot pouches! This raw, organic apple cider vinegar has rich flavors from whole foods and is sweetened naturally with honey.
    That's a prize pack worth over $750! To enter, follow our sponsors and bloggers on social media by entering your information below: a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a full list of the bloggers participating in #CookoutWeek 2018! You can find yummy recipes by checking out any of the links below: The PinterTest Kitchen ♥ 2 Cookin Mamas ♥ A Day in the Life on the Farm ♥ A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures ♥ April GoLightly ♥ Authentically Candace ♥ Blogghetti ♥ Body Rebooted ♥ Bottom Left of the Mitten ♥ Cheese Curd In Paradise ♥ Chef Sarah Elizabeth ♥ Coconut & Lime ♥ Cookaholic Wife ♥ CookwithRenu ♥ Daily Dish Recipes ♥ Everyday EileenFairyburger ♥ Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice ♥ Family Around the Table ♥ Fix Me a Little Lunch ♥ For the Love of Food ♥ Frankly Entertaining ♥ Frugal & Fit ♥ Get the Good Stuff! ♥ Hardly A Goddess ♥ Herbivore Cucina ♥ Join Us, Pull up a Chair ♥ Jolene's Recipe Journal ♥ Jonesin' For Taste ♥ Karen's Kitchen Stories ♥ Kelly Lynn’s Sweets & Treats ♥ Mildly Meandering ♥ Moore or Less Cooking ♥ Our Good Life ♥ Oven Tales By Syama ♥ Palatable Pastime ♥ Sarah Cooks the Books ♥ Savory Moments ♥ Seduction In The Kitchen ♥ Strawberry Blondie Kitchen ♥ Sweet Coralice ♥ Tampa Cake Girl ♥ Technotini ♥ That Recipe ♥ The Baking Fairy ♥ The Beard and The Baker ♥ The Freshman Cook ♥ The Simple Supper ♥ The Spiffy Cookie ♥ The Weekday Gourmet ♥ This is How I Cook ♥ Who Needs A Cape? ♥ Wildflour's Cottage Kitchen Comment below with your favorite cookout recipe!






    June 29, 2018

    Oven Roasted potatoes

    My parents use to roast a lot of potatoes and sweet potato. It was my dad's favorite. We use to eat the sweet potatoes as is in Breakfast and for the roasted potatoes, my mom use to make Indian style Potato bhaji (Dry Vegetable). The Bhaji using those roasted potatoes have a distinct flavor. I simply love it. I wanted to do this for long as whenever I marinated the chicken for my DH I felt marinating the potatoes, but one goes lazy at times for doing for self. So this time thought of doing this for the whole family as we I am trying new recipes for barbecue, though I have roasted them in oven. 

    So I marinated my potatoes in this green paste which I have prepared using coriander, mint and green chillies. One can skip the green chillies, but it does not get too hot or spicy with it. Then the marination calls for thick yogurt (Greek or hung preferred) with no water and some oil. Mustard oil is preferred as it will enhance the taste of barbecue or oven roasted potatoes. I ran out of mustard oil the day of making so simply used vegetable oil. That's it you just need to marinate the potatoes a day in advance and roast or barbecue it the day required. You are sorted to enjoy a sunny day with family and friends.

    So here goes the recipe:




    Oven Roasted potatoes




    Oven Roasted potatoes

    Oven Roasted potatoes

    Ingredients 

    • 1/2 Cup Greek Yogurt
    • 500 gms baby potatoes 
    • 1 teaspoon Red chilly powder (as per taste)
    • 1/2 teaspoon Turmeric
    • 2 Green Chillies (as per taste - optional)
    • 1/4 inch Ginger
    • 2-3 Garlic cloves
    • 1 Cup of Green Coriander
    • 1/2 Cup of Fresh Mint leaves
    • Salt as per taste
    • Juice of 1/2 lemon
    • 2 tablespoon Mustard oil (or Vegetable Oil)
    Preparation 

    1. Peel the potatoes and keep it soaked in water. 
    2. In a blender or a mixer, puree Coriander, Mint, Green Chillies, Ginger and garlic. If it is not coming to a paste due to lack of water, add lemon Juice in this instead of water. Blend again.

    3. In a bowl add yogurt/Curd, add the green paste and coat the potatoes well.
    4. Add the spices i.e. Turmeric, red chilly powder, salt and oil and coat everything well.
    5. Give everything a quick mix.

    6. Cover it with a cling wrap and let it marinate for 4-5 hours or best overnight.

    7. Preheat the oven to 180 Deg C or preheat an outdoor grill/Barbeque.
    8. Skewer potatoes in soaked bamboo skewers.


    9. Roast for 30-40 minutes until the potatoes are done. You can see beautiful brown marks, or you can prick a toothpick and check if its done.
    10. You would need to turn it in between so that it is cooked from all sides, generally not required but it is better.
    11. At the last 10 minutes or so, I increased the temperature to 200 Deg C as it gives those brown marks.
    12. One can grill them on Barbeque, I am not sure of the time it will take on it as I have not attempted on it. But one can check if its done by pricking a toothpick.
    13. Serve it as is or one can enjoy with some Roti or Naan.



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      This week, we are also hosting a HUGE giveaway thanks to our generous #CookoutWeek sponsors. Enter below to win. Here's what one lucky will will receive:

      • Char-Broil Classic 280 2-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill from blog hosts The PinterTest Kitchen. This grill has 280 square inches of cooking space over porcelain-coated grates and two 12-inch side shelves for extra prep space.
      • A Red KitchenAid Mixer and 5 Flavored Butters from our friends at Chef Shamy. Make the World a Butter Place® with Chef Shamy! The winner will receive Garlic Butter, Cinnamon Brown Sugar Honey Butter, Vanilla Bean Honey Butter, Strawberry Honey Butter, and French Onion Butter with Asiago Cheese to use in your favorite cookout recipes. And if you just can't wait, use 10BUTTER10 starting today to get 10% off your Chef Shamy butter order on Amazon. These butters contain no oil, and the savory butters are perfect for keto recipes.
      • A Duck Product Pack from our friends at Maple Leaf Farms consisting of 2 pkgs All Natural Boneless Duck Breasts (7.5 oz), 2 pkgs Fully Cooked Roast Half Ducks w/Orange Sauce (14 oz), 1 pkg Duck Bacon (12 oz), and 1 pkg All Natural Duck Legs (16 oz). Maple Leaf Farms is celebrating its 60th anniversary raising White Pekin ducks on local, family-owned farms.
      • Butter-flavored Organic Coconut Oil from our friends at Barlean's. This dairy free option offers all the healthy benefits of organic coconut oil, with the rich taste of butter. It's great on toast, popcorn, baked potatoes, or cooked vegetables. You can also substitute it 1:1 for butter in baking, cooking, and frying, and of course it is perfect as a butter substitute for all your favorite cookout recipes.
      • 24 Cartons of Vinegar Shots from our friends at Vermont Village. You'll receive 12 cartons of turmeric flavor and 12 cartons of cranberry flavor. Each carton contains 12 individual, 1 fluid ounce vinegar shot pouches! This raw, organic apple cider vinegar has rich flavors from whole foods and is sweetened naturally with honey.
      That's a prize pack worth over $750! To enter, follow our sponsors and bloggers on social media by entering your information below: a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a full list of the bloggers participating in #CookoutWeek 2018! You can find yummy recipes by checking out any of the links below: The PinterTest Kitchen2 Cookin MamasA Day in the Life on the FarmA Kitchen Hoor's AdventuresApril GoLightlyAuthentically CandaceBlogghettiBody RebootedBottom Left of the MittenCheese Curd In ParadiseChef Sarah ElizabethCoconut & LimeCookaholic WifeCookwithRenuDaily Dish RecipesEveryday EileenFairyburger ♥ Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered AccompliceFamily Around the TableFix Me a Little LunchFor the Love of FoodFrankly EntertainingFrugal & FitGet the Good Stuff!Hardly A GoddessHerbivore CucinaJoin Us, Pull up a ChairJolene's Recipe JournalJonesin' For TasteKaren's Kitchen StoriesKelly Lynn’s Sweets & TreatsMildly MeanderingMoore or Less CookingOur Good LifeOven Tales By SyamaPalatable PastimeSarah Cooks the BooksSavory MomentsSeduction In The KitchenStrawberry Blondie KitchenSweet CoraliceTampa Cake GirlTechnotiniThat RecipeThe Baking FairyThe Beard and The BakerThe Freshman CookThe Simple SupperThe Spiffy CookieThe Weekday GourmetThis is How I CookWho Needs A Cape?Wildflour's Cottage Kitchen Comment below with your favorite cookout recipe!





      June 28, 2018

      3 Ingredients Chocolate Ice Cream (Without Ice Cream Maker)

      I love chocolate and I love Ice cream and so does my family, so why not  go for a homemade chocolate ice cream which has a lovely creamy texture and taste like store bought and at the same time with less sugar and much healthier. I have served this and my other ice creams to my guest and have seen their jaw drops when I said them this is homemade. 

      This ice cream does not require any ice cream maker. It is very simple and can be done within minutes. The only thing you need to do is whip the cream. If you have an electric beater than whipping cream takes a minute or so, if not, it's fun to do some exercise at times to whip the cream or else if you do not want to do that, just bring some store bought whipped cream. Now just mix the whip cream, milkmaid and some cocoa powder and you are done. I do not like to mix my ice cream to a smooth texture, as I like the ribbony texture in my ice cream. It's up to you. Just freeze it for a few hours and you have one perfect rich, creamy homemade chocolate ice cream without any ice cream maker. 

      One can play around with different flavors in this. I have made strawberry, raspberry, blueberry , Kesar pista, pan masala etc. I am making mango flavor currently. The possibilities are endless. The original recipe is taken from here . I started making this ice creams 3-4 years back and since then every summers I have at least 2-3 flavors in my freezer. So enjoy.


      Chocolate Ice Cream


      Chocolate Ice Cream




      So here goes the recipe:

      Ingredients 

      • 1 Cup Cream (235 ml)
      • 1/2 Can Condensed Milk (200 gm)
      • 1 tablespoon Cocoa powder (more or less as per choice) 
      • 1 tablespoon Chocolate Chips (I sometimes add, sometimes leave it)
      Preparation 


      1. If you are whipping the cream at home, the key thing to remember is everything should be cold, from your beaters, bowl, cream. If not, keep them in fridge for sometime, it really helps.
      2. Whip the cream until it attains a whipping consistency.


      3. Gently add the condensed milk and fold into the whipped cream. Do not mix it vigorously. We do not want the whipped cream to deflate.



      4. Add the cocoa powder and again fold to the texture required.


      5. If adding chocolate chips add it and gently fold in the mixture.
      6. That's it, you are done. Freeze it for 7-8 hours or overnight.
      7. Serve and Enjoy the homemade delicious ice cream.



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        This week, we are also hosting a HUGE giveaway thanks to our generous #CookoutWeek sponsors. Enter below to win. Here's what one lucky will will receive:

        • Char-Broil Classic 280 2-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill from blog hosts The PinterTest Kitchen. This grill has 280 square inches of cooking space over porcelain-coated grates and two 12-inch side shelves for extra prep space.
        • A Red KitchenAid Mixer and 5 Flavored Butters from our friends at Chef Shamy. Make the World a Butter Place® with Chef Shamy! The winner will receive Garlic Butter, Cinnamon Brown Sugar Honey Butter, Vanilla Bean Honey Butter, Strawberry Honey Butter, and French Onion Butter with Asiago Cheese to use in your favorite cookout recipes. And if you just can't wait, use 10BUTTER10 starting today to get 10% off your Chef Shamy butter order on Amazon. These butters contain no oil, and the savory butters are perfect for keto recipes.
        • A Duck Product Pack from our friends at Maple Leaf Farms consisting of 2 pkgs All Natural Boneless Duck Breasts (7.5 oz), 2 pkgs Fully Cooked Roast Half Ducks w/Orange Sauce (14 oz), 1 pkg Duck Bacon (12 oz), and 1 pkg All Natural Duck Legs (16 oz). Maple Leaf Farms is celebrating its 60th anniversary raising White Pekin ducks on local, family-owned farms.
        • Butter-flavored Organic Coconut Oil from our friends at Barlean's. This dairy free option offers all the healthy benefits of organic coconut oil, with the rich taste of butter. It's great on toast, popcorn, baked potatoes, or cooked vegetables. You can also substitute it 1:1 for butter in baking, cooking, and frying, and of course it is perfect as a butter substitute for all your favorite cookout recipes.
        • 24 Cartons of Vinegar Shots from our friends at Vermont Village. You'll receive 12 cartons of turmeric flavor and 12 cartons of cranberry flavor. Each carton contains 12 individual, 1 fluid ounce vinegar shot pouches! This raw, organic apple cider vinegar has rich flavors from whole foods and is sweetened naturally with honey.
        That's a prize pack worth over $750! To enter, follow our sponsors and bloggers on social media by entering your information below: a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a full list of the bloggers participating in #CookoutWeek 2018! You can find yummy recipes by checking out any of the links below: The PinterTest Kitchen2 Cookin MamasA Day in the Life on the FarmA Kitchen Hoor's AdventuresApril GoLightlyAuthentically CandaceBlogghettiBody RebootedBottom Left of the MittenCheese Curd In ParadiseChef Sarah ElizabethCoconut & LimeCookaholic WifeCookwithRenuDaily Dish RecipesEveryday EileenFairyburger ♥ Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered AccompliceFamily Around the TableFix Me a Little LunchFor the Love of FoodFrankly EntertainingFrugal & FitGet the Good Stuff!Hardly A GoddessHerbivore CucinaJoin Us, Pull up a ChairJolene's Recipe JournalJonesin' For TasteKaren's Kitchen StoriesKelly Lynn’s Sweets & TreatsMildly MeanderingMoore or Less CookingOur Good LifeOven Tales By SyamaPalatable PastimeSarah Cooks the BooksSavory MomentsSeduction In The KitchenStrawberry Blondie KitchenSweet CoraliceTampa Cake GirlTechnotiniThat RecipeThe Baking FairyThe Beard and The BakerThe Freshman CookThe Simple SupperThe Spiffy CookieThe Weekday GourmetThis is How I CookWho Needs A Cape?Wildflour's Cottage Kitchen Comment below with your favorite cookout recipe!





        June 27, 2018

        Lemon Cake (No Baking Powder, No Baking Soda)

        A summer party or a picnic is incomplete without some cake and what can be better than a perfect spongy, lemony yet sweet lemon cake. This cake is very light and can be assembled within 15 minutes and is a crowd pleaser.

        Lemon cake is my new family favorite. I actually never made this cake earlier as I thought the tangy lemon taste might not be liked by my family, but to my surprise my whole family wants more of this. My son a hard core chocolate cake lover like me, now loves this lemon cake. And he is correct, lemon cake leaves your palate with a lovely lemony yet sweet taste, the tangy and the sweet combination is just awesome. You really need to stop yourself from eating too much. I was planning the recipes for this cookoutweek 2018, and thought to add this lemon cake to the list. After all summer too calls for some treats.

        I have adapted this recipe from hereThis cake is very simple and is without any baking powder or baking soda and with just a few ingredients. The original recipe calls for Self raising flour which has baking powder and salt, but I simply used All purpose flour / Maida.

        The rise in this cake comes from beating the eggs properly. Rest there are just a few ingredients and all in equal proportion. The original recipe did not call for vanilla essence but I do add it as I do not like to taste and smell of egg in a cake. The real flavour comes from Lemon Zest, the outer rind of lemon (Only the yellow part, do not use the white skin or it will go bitter). Since Lemon is the key ingredient, We do drizzle the cake with a paste of lemon and sugar once baked. This cake stays fresh for 4-5 days outside (if cold) or in fridge. I have not freezed this cake, but you definitely can.

        Try this cake and I am sure you are going to make this again and again.




        Lemon Cake




        Lemon Cake

        Lemon Cake


        So here goes the recipe:

        Ingredients 

        • 225 gms Softened Unsalted Butter
        • 225 gms Granulated Sugar (Original recipe called for Castor Sugar, I simply used Granulated)
        • 225 gms All purpose Flour/Maida
        • 4 eggs
        • Finely grated zest of 1 lemon
        • 1 teaspoon of Pure Vanilla Extract

        Ingredients for the Drizzle

        • Juice of 1.5 lemons
        • 85 gm of Granulated Sugar (or Castor sugar)
        Preparation 

        1. Preheat the oven to 170C (fan assisted)/180 C normal.
        2. Prepare a loaf tin (8 x 21 cm), by greasing it or lining it with grease proof paper.
        3. Beat Together Softened Unsalted Butter and sugar until pale and creamy (3-5 mins).
        4. Then add eggs one at a time and slowly mixing through after each addition.
        5. Sift in the flour, finely grated lemon zest, Vanilla Essence and mix until combined. Do not over mix.
        6. Add the mixture into the prepared loaf pan and level with the back of the spoon.
        7. Bake for 45-50 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the center comes out clean.
        8. While the cake is baking prepare a mix of lemon juice and sugar. Give it a nice mix so that all the sugar is dissolved.
        9. Once the cake is baked, remove from the oven and keep it on a wire rack.

        10. Immediately poke holes with a toothpick or a skewer.
        11. Drizzle the mixture of lemon juice and sugar, while the cake is still hot.
        12. Let the cake cool completely.
        13. Once Cooled, Dust it with some icing sugar, if required, Cut and Serve.


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          This week, we are also hosting a HUGE giveaway thanks to our generous #CookoutWeek sponsors. Enter below to win. Here's what one lucky will will receive:

          • Char-Broil Classic 280 2-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill from blog hosts The PinterTest Kitchen. This grill has 280 square inches of cooking space over porcelain-coated grates and two 12-inch side shelves for extra prep space.
          • A Red KitchenAid Mixer and 5 Flavored Butters from our friends at Chef Shamy. Make the World a Butter Place® with Chef Shamy! The winner will receive Garlic Butter, Cinnamon Brown Sugar Honey Butter, Vanilla Bean Honey Butter, Strawberry Honey Butter, and French Onion Butter with Asiago Cheese to use in your favorite cookout recipes. And if you just can't wait, use 10BUTTER10 starting today to get 10% off your Chef Shamy butter order on Amazon. These butters contain no oil, and the savory butters are perfect for keto recipes.
          • A Duck Product Pack from our friends at Maple Leaf Farms consisting of 2 pkgs All Natural Boneless Duck Breasts (7.5 oz), 2 pkgs Fully Cooked Roast Half Ducks w/Orange Sauce (14 oz), 1 pkg Duck Bacon (12 oz), and 1 pkg All Natural Duck Legs (16 oz). Maple Leaf Farms is celebrating its 60th anniversary raising White Pekin ducks on local, family-owned farms.
          • Butter-flavored Organic Coconut Oil from our friends at Barlean's. This dairy free option offers all the healthy benefits of organic coconut oil, with the rich taste of butter. It's great on toast, popcorn, baked potatoes, or cooked vegetables. You can also substitute it 1:1 for butter in baking, cooking, and frying, and of course it is perfect as a butter substitute for all your favorite cookout recipes.
          • 24 Cartons of Vinegar Shots from our friends at Vermont Village. You'll receive 12 cartons of turmeric flavor and 12 cartons of cranberry flavor. Each carton contains 12 individual, 1 fluid ounce vinegar shot pouches! This raw, organic apple cider vinegar has rich flavors from whole foods and is sweetened naturally with honey.
          That's a prize pack worth over $750! To enter, follow our sponsors and bloggers on social media by entering your information below: a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a full list of the bloggers participating in #CookoutWeek 2018! You can find yummy recipes by checking out any of the links below: The PinterTest Kitchen2 Cookin MamasA Day in the Life on the FarmA Kitchen Hoor's AdventuresApril GoLightlyAuthentically CandaceBlogghettiBody RebootedBottom Left of the MittenCheese Curd In ParadiseChef Sarah ElizabethCoconut & LimeCookaholic WifeCookwithRenuDaily Dish RecipesEveryday EileenFairyburger ♥ Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered AccompliceFamily Around the TableFix Me a Little LunchFor the Love of FoodFrankly EntertainingFrugal & FitGet the Good Stuff!Hardly A GoddessHerbivore CucinaJoin Us, Pull up a ChairJolene's Recipe JournalJonesin' For TasteKaren's Kitchen StoriesKelly Lynn’s Sweets & TreatsMildly MeanderingMoore or Less CookingOur Good LifeOven Tales By SyamaPalatable PastimeSarah Cooks the BooksSavory MomentsSeduction In The KitchenStrawberry Blondie KitchenSweet CoraliceTampa Cake GirlTechnotiniThat RecipeThe Baking FairyThe Beard and The BakerThe Freshman CookThe Simple SupperThe Spiffy CookieThe Weekday GourmetThis is How I CookWho Needs A Cape?Wildflour's Cottage Kitchen Comment below with your favorite cookout recipe!





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