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A Handy Guide to Kauffman’s Newest Website
12/18/2014 - 9:15:57 AM
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We interrupt this program to bring you.. A new website! This post is a short commercial to announce that the new website has been launched, and we are excited to see all the ways it is now set to go for mobile surfing. Most people zoom around on the web with their iPads, iPhones, and smartphones now... Read More
“It’s the most Wonderful time of the Year..”
12/15/2014 - 2:37:25 PM
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“It’s the most Wonderful time of the Year..” “There’ll be parties for hosting marshmallows for toasting and caroling out in the snow.” For some people Christmas is the most glorious time of the year, because of family, food, and the celebration of Christ’s birth into earth. For others it signals one of the most stressfu... Read More
Eating Healthy within a Budget
12/9/2014 - 3:41:27 PM
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Eating Healthy within a Budget Budgeting, that word that makes us think about the end of the month and reconciling our finances. Budgets can be tricky things to set up and handle, but if used right can really make a difference in our financial, mental, emotional and physical well being. At Kauffman’s we are most interested ... Read More
The Weather Outside is Frightful
12/2/2014 - 2:07:45 PM
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The Weather Outside is Frightful “... but the fire is so delightful!” Come Sit by the Fire If you are one of those lucky people that has a real fireplace, or cozy woodstove, congrats! You’ve just earned an instant ticket to a more comfortable home as wood heat tends to “feel” warmer than any other typ... Read More
Fit and Trim through Thanksgiving
11/25/2014 - 9:51:53 AM
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Fit and Trim through Thanksgiving It’s November 25, the trees are bare and spiky, the house is warm and cozy and there are 3 pumpkin, 2 apple, and 1 mincemeat pies (yes you live in PA, you know what mincemeat is) sitting in the cold waiting for the day of family and eating, fun and football, food coma’s and conversations... Read More
Popcorn & Puritans
11/17/2014 - 4:33:54 PM
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Popcorn & Puritans The ‘P’ Family Pilgrims, known as Puritans, or Protestants were one in the same, and they all had something in common in the early 1600s, they wanted freedom. The church of England was oppressive and strict, and there was no room for anyone of a different faith or belief and the Puritan... Read More
Granny Squares, Apples and Life
11/13/2014 - 6:36:25 AM
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Granny Squares, Apples and LifeThis is the time of year when Starbucks is peddling pumpkin spice lattes, and caramel apple cider drinks piled high with whipped topping. Everyone is paging through cookbooks looking for the perfect apple crisp or pie, and every ad, commercial and store poster sign is telling you that there is just ... Read More
The Shape of Pectin
11/5/2014 - 8:27:29 AM
by Jon Martin
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The Shape of Pectin The Shape of Pectin Pectin is not a new ingredient, in fact its been around as long as food has. It’s only in the last hundred years that pectin has been pulled out of different foods and isolated as a concentrate to stabilize some foods, and make others stick together. Have you ever read up ... Read More
Around the World with Bread
10/30/2014 - 9:49:56 AM
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4,000 - 200 YEARS AGO Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt Originally people chewed on wheat berries to get nutrition, but it was soon discovered that pounding it into a paste and baking it over a fire was delicious and kept for awhile. Around 1,000 BC bakers started to allow their breads to “work&r... Read More
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