Breakfast Coal Cookin’

By Huckleberry Press / March 18, 2022 /
hot skillet on coals

I’ve had a discussion a number of times with different friends about setting up camp and when you get your campfire going. I have been surprised time and again that the last thing they do is start their campfire. Of course, they are just as shocked to learn the first thing I do when setting up camp is start my campfire. I usually launch into an explanation of how pleasant a campfire is, the purpose is more than that of ambience and ‘smores, it’s to get hot coals so I can cook!

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Fair Food: Italian Sausage and Peppers

By Huckleberry Press / August 10, 2020 /

I got a little sad the other day. Of all the things that we are missing out on this year, the one thing I miss probably most of all is the fair.

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Football Dip

By Huckleberry Press / December 27, 2019 /

by Elizabeth Dengler, The Huckleberry Home Hostess This was served up at a company potluck I attended forever ago and I couldn’t eat enough of it! Of course the only…

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The Huckleberry Home – Cranberry Orange Relish

By Huckleberry Press / November 22, 2019 /

This is a super easy and yummy dish to make as an accompaniment to your Thanksgiving feast, or to bring to a Friendsgiving, or Thanksgiving potluck.

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Cooking Inspiration

By Huckleberry Press / November 3, 2019 /

My name is Esteban Marroquin. I am an American born Mexican and I love to cook. But, there is more to me than my heritage.

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Mother’s Day – A Celebration of Love

By Huckleberry Press / May 4, 2016 /

by Bonnie Stichart Are you bothered by the commercialization of Mother’s Day?  If so, you’re not alone.  Anna Jarvis, the “mother” of Mother’s Day, was unhappy with how quickly the…

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By Huckleberry Press / June 26, 2015 /

A new festival will happen in Republic, WA July 24 & 25, The Grasshopper Festival.  The idea emerged during last year’s boom grasshopper season.  We asked ourselves:  why not use…

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