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O’Connor’s Old Finn and O...

In Sheila O’Connor’s middle grade book, Keeping Safe the Stars, three young kids use their resources and...

O’Connor’s Old Finn and Oatmeal Cookies
posted on: Apr 17, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Nystrom’s Nummy Nutrition Tips

Today, I have a guest on my blog, Quinn Nystrom. When she was 13-years-old she was diagnosed with type-1 diabetes....

Nystrom’s Nummy Nutrition Tips
posted on: Apr 16, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Maple Syrup

The Biker Chef and his friends have been producing their own Maple syrup for 10 years, and he says that 2013 was...

Maple Syrup
posted on: Apr 15, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

The Landing on Lake Alexander

Jeff & Melissa Garlie purchased the former Shady Inn, now known as The Landing at Lake Alexander, in November...

The Landing on Lake Alexander
posted on: Apr 14, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Kaiserhoff “The K” in New...

The official name is Veigel’s Kaiserhoff in New Ulm, MN, ectes Deutches Essen, authentic German food. Founded...

Kaiserhoff “The K” in New Ulm, MN
posted on: Apr 12, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Jalapenos

The Jalapeno is a medium sized chili pepper, comenly picked green, but if left to mature turns crimson red. Jalapenos...

Jalapenos
posted on: Apr 11, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Ice Cream Pie

Ice Cream Pie is a tradition at many Aalgaard gatherings, and always at Christmas. It’s cool, creamy goodness...

Ice Cream Pie
posted on: Apr 10, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Halibut

Halibut is a bottom fish that is normally caught in cold water off the shores of Alaska, the Pacific Halibut....

Halibut
posted on: Apr 9, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Grilling, Rubs, and the Smokenator

Grilling goes back to the Arawak Indians who used a wood structure to roast their meats over an open fire. The...

Grilling, Rubs, and the Smokenator
posted on: Apr 8, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

French Toast

French Toast is a favorite of ours for Sunday brunch. It is rumored to have been started by the French who came up...

French Toast
posted on: Apr 7, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Eggs

Eggs are the most versatile source of protein. They can be fried, poached, sauted, baked, steamed, hard or soft...

Eggs
posted on: Apr 5, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Dutch Oven

A cast iron Dutch oven is a must-have in any kitchen. You can bake, braise, stew, roast, fry, use over a campfire, on...

Dutch Oven
posted on: Apr 4, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Ch Ch Ch Chia

Today, I have a guest posting on Dine off the Page. C is for Candace Simar and Chia! Take it away, Candace. Remember...

Ch Ch Ch Chia
posted on: Apr 3, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Bread

Bread baking is in my DNA. My mom was known for her breads and buns back in her nursing school days. She still makes...

Bread
posted on: Apr 2, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Andouille, Another Meaty Post

Andouille is a creole/Cajun sausage used in gumbos (spicy soups) and jambalaya (rice dish with different types of...

Andouille, Another Meaty Post
posted on: Apr 1, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Millie and Willie Belly up to the Tab...

TITLE “Millie and Willie Belly up to the Table” -DINE OFF THE PAGE – PUBLISHED Quote of the Day:...

Millie and Willie Belly up to the Table
posted on: Mar 28, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Great Theme Reveal for Blogging from ...

Officially launching Dine off the Page for chef’s tips, recipes and restaurant reviews. I don’t want to...

Great Theme Reveal for Blogging from A to Z Challenge
posted on: Mar 21, 2014 | author: Mary Aalgaard
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