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  • jalapeno mini poppers from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    Jalapeno poppers without the hassle of hollowing out whole peppers. Maybe a little tedious with the breading, but well worth the e...
  • Poached whole turkey from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    Actually an easy recipe, except for the temperature control, but you can be fairly sure it will not be burned. The moistness of a...
  • Garlic Oil from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    Great to cook with, makes terrific garlic bread and on salads. As with any recipe, you might have to adjust to your own taste. Don...
  • Frosted Oats from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    You could probably add nuts, coconut and other stuff and make granola, but this does not clump much. Sweet, but not sugary. A nice...
  • Pork patties from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    For ham lovers, either for breakfast as a side, or burger-size for lunch or supper...
  • Hard-boiled eggs from xnipek in Cabot, AR.
    Sounds funny, but some people can't boil an egg - there is a way to get flavorful, bright yellow yolks, and avoid the often greeni...
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  • xnipek 5 years ago about Garlic Oil
    Ediblyasian likely has a point, but my batches do not stay around very long. Just adjust the amount to what is needed so you don't have to worry about storing. It is more about the process, anyway.
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  • ediblyasian 5 years ago about Garlic Oil
    There is a remote possibility of the bacteria that causes Botulism contaminating this. The cooking procedure used may not kill the bacterial spores. It's right on the edge. The temperature for a high guarantee must be held at 250 F for 15 to 20 minutes to be sure.

    I would only keep this product refrigerated for about 14 days and then discard.

    The toxin produced by the mentioned organism is very heat sensitive so you could also heat the bottled oil just before use to about 80C for a couple of minutes.

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  • cuzpat 5 years ago about jalapeno mini poppers
    Love it!
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  • peetabear 5 years ago about jalapeno mini poppers
    nice alternative to regular poppers...five forks
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  • fishtrippin 5 years ago about jalapeno mini poppers
    Isn't Cabot's the best! ^5
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  • clbacon 6 years ago
    Your avatar is making me hungry!
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  • silverqueen 6 years ago
    Happy New Year and thanks for the friend invite

    Queen
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  • silverqueen 6 years ago
    Hi would like for you to be my cooking buddy and friend welcome to GR this is a very fun site.

    Queen
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  • chefelaine 6 years ago
    Hi! Please accept a warm WELCOME to Grouprecipes! :+D
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