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Easy Southern Apple Dumplings Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/southern-apple-dumplings-recipe/ Easy Southern Apple Dumplings Ingredients: 1 (8 oz.) tube refrigerated crescent roll dough 1 large Granny Smith or Gala apple, peeled and cored 1/2 C. butter 1/2 C. sugar 1/4 C. brown sugar 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1/2 (12 oz.) can Mountain Dew soda Vanilla or cinnamon ice cream, optional Video Transcript: Hi Kristi in Rada Kitchen and I'd like to share a recipe with you from one of our 101 Recipes using apples cookbook. This is a cookbook for everything from appetizers to main dishes to desserts. And what I am going to make today is Southern Apple Dumplings. The ingredients you will need is a half a cup of granulated sugar, a ¼ cup of brown sugar, a half a can of lemon-lime or Mountain Dew soda, a teaspoon of vanilla, a half a teaspoon of cinnamon, a 8 oz. tube of refrigerated crescent roll dough, a half a cup of butter, and a large Granny Smith or Gala apple. So the first thing you need to do is peel and core your Granny Smith or Gala apple. I am going to use the Rada vegetable peeler. It's really easy to get that peeling off the apple. Now this is a two-sided blade on this peeler so right-handed people and left-handed people can use it—super sharp it peels it in seconds. And I am going to cut it into eight slices using Rada Heavy Duty Paring Knife. It has that really sharp pointed tip and it makes it easy to slice. And then you want to take out the seeds. Alright so open your tube of crescent rolls and you'll want to separate them. And then in each triangle you are going to roll up an apple slice. Make sure you seal the edges. And then you will place these in an 8x8 baking pan. I am going to use the Rada stoneware so it doesn't need to be greased or pre-seasoned. If you are using a glass or metal one you want to make sure you season that. So in a small sauce pan on the stove melt half a cup of butter, to that we're going to add sugar, the brown sugar, and the cinnamon and just stir that until its blended. And this is the Rada Non-Scratch plain spoon and as you can see it really scraps the bottom of that pan. It has an edge that fits the corner of the pan and gets on the bottom and it won't scratch your non-scratch pans. So once you have that all blended you will removed it from the heat and add the vanilla. And then add vanilla and then we will pour it evenly over the dumplings. And now with your half a can of lemon lime soda or Mountain Dew you will pour around the edge of the pan. Now bake this in a 350 degree pre-heated oven for 35-45 minutes. Southern Apple Dumplings great served with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream. This is just one of our recipes in our 101 Recipes with Apples. End of Video Transcript: Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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See the recipe at http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/no-bake-chocolate-oat-bar-recipe/ These are as easy to make as they are to eat! No baking required. These bars have a creamy chocolate and peanut butter center surrounded by crunchy sweet oats. The few ingredients you need are: 3/4 C butter 1/3 C packed brown sugar 1/3 C peanut butter 2 1/3 C quick cooking oats 3/4 C semi sweet chocolate chips 1 tsp vanilla Order the super strong Ice Cream Scoop here http://bit.ly/1i5Uwta Video Transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen. I just mixed up a batch of these no bake chocolate oatmeal bars. They are so good I wanted to share the recipe with you. The middle is a creamy chocolate and peanut butter filling with a crunchy oatmeal topping. So they are no bake so we'll just go to the stove and mix them up. You will need two pans: you will need a large sauce pan and a medium one. In the large sauce pan we are going to melt ¾ cup of butter. Now that the butter melted we are going to add a 1/3 cup of packed brown sugar. And you'll just want to stir that around to get the sugar all blended into the butter. Now we're going to add 2 1/3 cups of quick cooking oats. You just want to get that all well coated with the butter and the sugar. So now we're just going to let that sit there and cook for a few minutes, it's not really going to cook, its just going to be warm. It's going to give time for the butter to soak into that oatmeal. So we just want to cook this on low heat, give the butter time to soak into the oatmeal. In the meanwhile, in a smaller saucepan on low heat we're going to add a 1/3 cup of peanut butter. I did use the creamy kind and then ¾ cup of semi sweet chocolate chips. And that you really want to watch because you want to stir it so it doesn't burn and you want all the chocolate chips melted together with the peanut butter. So here I have a 8 by 8 square baker. I am using the Rada Stoneware so I don't have to season it. You might want to grease a pan if it is not stoneware. So you are going to take half these oats and put those on the bottom. Now here, I found this Rada Ice Cream Scoop works well because you want to press those pretty good so when you cut the bars later they don't crumble apart. I found this Rada Ice Cream Scoop works really good. Its not going to bend, it's really strong. So you really want to press that oatmeal into the bottom of that pan, this would work good if you had to make a graham cracker crust. You can really push those down and make a really good bottom that stays together. Now on top of this we are going to pour our chocolate peanut butter mixture. Just spread it out to all the corners. Now you sprinkle on the remaining oatmeal. You don't want to push this too hard. We are going to press it a little bit just so it stabilizes it on to the top of the chocolate. So just gently because I like to have the yummy chocolate and peanut butter center. If you push the oats in too far, you won't get that distinct center. And you know what? They are done. Well you can't eat them yet, you have to put them in a refrigerator. I like to put it in overnight. Probably at least 3 hours just to get that chocolate all settled. And then when you are ready to cut them you want to get them out maybe a half hour before you cut them just to soften that chocolate up from being in the refrigerator. Enjoy, they're delicious. I guarantee they will be a big hit wherever you take them. End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.RadaCutlery.com to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Healthy Rice Recipe - Cilantro Lime Coconut  Rice | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Enjoy this healthy jasmine rice recipe made with coconut milk, flavorful cilantro and tangy fresh lime juice. A great side dish with grilled chicken and shrimp or your favorite southwest dish and the best part, it is super easy and fast to make! Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Ingredients you will need: 2 C. jasmine rice, rinsed 1 1/5 C. light coconut milk 2 C. water Salt and pepper 1 bunch cilantro, chopped 3 limes, 1 to zest and 2 to juice http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 94266 Rada Cutlery
Easy Meatloaf Recipe - Microwave Meatloaf for One | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Need a quick-cooking, single-serving meatloaf recipe that is absolutely delicious? The best meatloaf recipe for college students, singles, a quick lunch for one or for anyone that just wants a easy and satisfying meal in minutes. Ingredients needed are: 2 T. milk 1 T. ketchup, plus more for serving 2 T. quick-cooking oats 1 heaping tsp. dry onion soup mix 1/4 lb. lean ground beef Video Transcript: Hi, Kristi in the Rada Cutlery kitchen, and today I’m bringing you one of our brand new recipe books. Mug Shots. This has breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes, and the great thing about it is that you make it in a mug, so it’s a single serving. Great for college students, singles, or maybe you’re home alone and just have the munchies. In a small bowl, we’re going to mix 2 tablespoon of milk. A tablespoon of ketchup. 2 tablespoons of quick cooking oats. And then a heaping teaspoon of dry onion soup mix. We’re just going to mix this together. I'm kind of using an unusual tool here, this is the Rada Serverspoon. It’s like a spatula but you can use it to mix and stir. Now we’re going to crumble a fourth pound of lean ground beef into this. So we have that mixed together well. Now we’re going to take an 8 ounce mug and are just going to press our mixture into that. Once you have that in the mug you’re just going to gently press it into the mug and put it in the microwave for 2 and a half to 3 minutes. The meatloaf in a mug is ready to eat. It smells delicious. Top it off with extra ketchup or chili sauce. And there’s a delicious one serving, homemade meal in minutes. That’s one of over 20 recipes in our cookbook. Check out our videos at our YouTube channel or check out our website at www.radacutlery .com. Thanks! End of Video Transcript: Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/
Views: 99963 Rada Cutlery
Cupcake Cake - Leon the Lion | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Try this super cute Lion cake that is easy to make and easy to serve at the party. This adorable lion cake is made with 19 cupcakes that can be pulled apart into individual servings, complete with the frosting already on the top. Leon the Lion would be the perfect match for a jungle themed birthday party or for someone with a Leo horoscope sign or as a cute baby shower treat or for someone that just LOVES felines! Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 21630 Rada Cutlery
The Rada Cutlery Story - Proud American Employees | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Follow the links below to learn more! View the Fundraising Catalog online at: https://www.radacutlery.com/catalog-fundraising Request your Fundraising Catalog at: https://www.radacutlery.com/ssl/request-catalog View the EASY Fundraising Guide online at: www.radacutlery.com/easy View a quick online overview of the Rada Cutlery Fundraising program at: www.radacutlery.com/fundraising/ideas The Rada Cutlery Story - American Proud Employees All the employees at Rada Manufacturing get the idea that our future is based on our customer’s success, so we strive every day to make sure that our customers are successful. And that is with quality products; that’s with fast service, it’s everything throughout the whole process. Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to RadaCutlery.com to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). “I’ve been here 19 years; I wanted to work in a company that did American products.” “I’ve been here 30 ½ years. They treat like a part of the family.” “Obviously we have done the work over the years to make this something that helps out a lot of people.” “Our real story is that little silver knife is the knife that my grandmother used to use; we don’t use that phrase but our customers use that phrase. Those are the kind of things that our culture relates to and I think our employees relate to and there’s that sense of pride that goes with it.” “Everybody’s part of team but yet what their individual task is all about is that everybody has to take care of their role in the show in order to make it all work and that is everybody from the front office to the packing room to the manufacturing environment. A typical knife is touched by thirteen different hands throughout the manufacturing process.” “My name is Andrea Hansen and I am a belter. I’ve been here 19 years. American made means a lot to me because we are keeping it in America where we all stick together. “ “Sure we’re American made but we really do live that. Our goal is not to be the biggest but it is to be the best at what we do and we feel that we’re there.” “You’ve been here 31 years now, Dwight has been with us, Dwight is also an avid hunter so he has a good eye for this type of thing which is important in making sure that the first step of creating a knife there are no defects in them.” “I’m Clark Speedy, I’ve been here for over 31 years, I do the blade form operation here. It’s just steady work; I have a little bit of freedom to do things the way I want to do them, within reason of course. We’ve got good benefits; we’ve got good people to work with.” “Over here is our hollow grinding area and over here in our hollow grinding area what is it that you’re mainly looking for?” “I’m trying to keep the hollow grind at 6000 and trying to keep everything looking good.” “All the employees at Rada Manufacturing get the idea that our future is based on our customer’s success, so we strive every day to make sure that our customers are successful. And that is with quality products; that’s with fast service, it’s everything throughout the whole process.” “We hold ourselves to a pretty high standard.” “Everybody’s nice here, and it’s a really, really good place to work.” “The Rada family…. means everything!”
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Easy Broccoli and Cheese Casserole | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Creamy, cheesy broccoli with a buttery cracker crumb topping, it will become your family's favorite side dish. This easy and quick casserole will be ready to serve in less than an hour. It can be mixed up ahead of time for a busy weeknight dinner or a perfect side dish for your next potluck. Ingredients needed: 2 (10 oz.) pkg. frozen chopped broccoli, cooked and drained 1 C. mayonnaise 1 C. shredded sharp Cheddar cheese 1 (10.7 oz.) can cream of mushroom soup 2 eggs, lightly beaten 2 C. crushed butter-flavored crackers 2 T. melted butter Video Transcript: Hi, welcome to the Rada Cutlery kitchen. My name is Kristy, and today I’m bringing you a recipe from our cookbook A Plan for Your Pan. The 9 x 13” pan is the most useful pan in your home. Everything from desserts to main dishes to side dishes and casseroles. I’m going to make a casserole today, it’s called Broccoli Cheesy Casserole. You’ll need to preheat your oven to 350 degrees and you’ll need a 9 x 13” pan, of course. I’m going to use this Rada stoneware 9 x 13” pan. You don’t need to pre-season them. If you’re using a metal or glass pan you’ll want to grease it. Then you’ll need 2 10 ounce packages of broccoli. This has been cooked and drained. To cut this broccoli up, I love the Rada Super Parer. It gets into those little flowers and you can cut it smaller like that. You can use fresh broccoli, too. So in this bowl I’m going to add a cup of mayonnaise and a cup of sharp cheddar cheese. Then add a 10.7 ounce can of cream fo mushroom soup. Even if your kids don’t like broccoli, they’ll love this casserole because they won’t know what’s in it. Then we’re going to add 2 eggs. You’re going to need to beat those. This is that Rada Handi-Stir. It just gets enough air to make those really light and fluffy scrambled eggs. We’re just going to lightly beat them and then stir everything together. This is such an easy dish. It’s my go-to dish for potlucks because how many people bring vegetables to a potluck? It’s basically salads or desserts. So we just want to mix this really well and get everything evenly coated. Now we’re going to this to the 9 x 13” pan. Now we’re going to add 2 cups of crushed, butter-flavored crackers. I want to show you a neat way to crush those. I like to take these flexible Rada Cutlery cutting boards. All you do is lay the crackers in there and crush. This way you don’t have to waste a plastic Ziploc bag, I always feel bad when I throw those away. And they’re all nicely crushed. The best part of this is the cutting board funnels it into your bowl. Now we’re going to sprinkle these buttery crackers across the top. Then we’re going to take 2 tablespoons of melted butter and just drizzle that over those crackers. We’re going to put this in that 350 degree oven for 35 minutes or until it’s browned. So our broccoli cheese casserole is ready to serve. It’s got that nice golden brown cracker crust. You want to serve it hot. Delicious broccoli cheese casserole, one of the recipes in our Plan for Your Pan cookbook. End of Video Transcript: Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts
Views: 64031 Rada Cutlery
Understanding Cuts of Beef | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - Chef Blake teaches different cuts of beef to help you pick out your next meats from the market. Do you know what part of the cow provided your dinner? Video Transcript: Here we have our cow that we drew out and broke down into segments and the different cuts of meat in this cow. We'll start here with the round. The round is the back part of the cow. We have the bottom, the rump, the tip, the top, and the eye. This one in particular is good for more roasting. The sirloin has the top butt, the bottom butt and the tri-tip. One of the more popular items in the past years has been the tri-tip. It's harder to find around here where we're at, but generally this is the area. You can get some steaks out of that, they're on the leaner side and inexpensive, but not my favorite cut of meat for steaks. The short loin, that's getting to the more popular cuts of meat when it comes to steak. In there you get the porterhouse, the T-bone, the tenderloin and the top loin. The tenderloin is a long loin that will run along here and it's the part of the cow that doesn't get used as much. It's expensive, lean, and not as much fat, but that's where you get the filet mignon. You barb it with some bacon and grill it. The porterhouse and the T-bone have portions of the tenderloin as well as the New York strip which is the loin, and as you get more down one side, you get the smaller tenderloin, so you get the T-bone. The porterhouse has bigger portions. Down on the rib, we have the small end, the large end, the ribeye and the baby-back ribs. The ribeye is my favorite part of the meat. It has more fat and some tender parts. Slow roasting it, making prime rib is my favorite. We have a big chunk and as you can see here, a lot can come out of that particular area. When I purchase burger meat, I generally use this area, because I know that it came from this specific part of the cow. Down here we have the flank. The flank steak is becoming more popular. Cut it against the grain and you can grill that up, marinade it, many different things. The plate—a couple popular steaks have been taken off of here from the restaurant. Hangars and skirts, you can use those many different ways, a lot of times being marinaded. The shank which also has a lot of my favorite parts, a lot of times gets looked past. You can use it in soups and stews because it has the bone. That can give a lot of flavor to whatever you're using it with. If you were to just take a piece of shank, throw it on the grill, it'd likely be very tough, hard to eat, so braising is a recommendation for that. The brisket is a lot of times smoked, it's real tough. So go low and slow for a long time to tenderize that. The innards, obviously you can use for a long time. USDA has certification classifications that allow you to find out the quality. We put the best at the top. Prime is the best, but you're going to pay for it. So choice is second in line for USDA certification. That is what you'll be able to find at the nicer grocery market. You can request it at the butcher. I recommend that. Select is lower end, you get a discount. And the no-roll is not even graded. So to kind of give an idea of the difference is between each of them and the way that they are is that it's fattened. If there isn't much fat, it's a lower quality. The more, the better. So you'll be able to see just by picking up a steak, the lines of fat that go through there, the better the quality. I personally like choice. There's more bang for your buck. They have a brand out there, Certified Angus Beef, and they charge more for that, but that's the higher more quality 2/3 of the choice. The way that the USDA certification works is more or less a conveyor belt. They have a gun that they scan over the meat and it reads how much fat is in the meat and that's how they get their certification. If one cow is broken down, parts of it could be prime quality; parts of it could be select. The radar, more or less the gun, will define it and define if it's prime or choice. Prime is more expensive because it's harder to come by. The more fat in their food and diet that they eat, the more fat is in their meat. But the more food they feed them, the more expensive the cow becomes and the higher cost of the meat overall. End of Video Transcript. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
Views: 226965 Rada Cutlery
How to Boil Chicken for Soups and Salads Video | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - How to Boil Chicken for Soups and Salads Video The quickest way to cook chicken is to boil it in a pot of hot water. Boiling chicken is an ideal method for cooking chicken to be used in chicken salad recipes or chicken soup recipes such as chicken noodle soup or chicken tortilla soup. Kristi in the Rada Kitchen demonstrates how long to boil chicken and how to check if chicken is fully cooked. Video Transcript: Hi, Kristi in the Rada Kitchen and today I'd like to show you how to boil chicken. Now boiling chicken is the quickest way to cook chicken, but it's really bland and doesn't taste very good. But it's the best chicken for salad or soups. So you'll need a large pot and three cups of water. Bring that to a boil over medium high heat. Once it comes to a boil, add two to three chicken breasts. Keep the water hot but watch it so it doesn't boil over. Cook this for 10-15 minutes and we'll check to see if it's done. So this chicken has been cooking for 15 minutes. Now I'm just going to cut it in half. Make sure it's cooked all the way through, so it's not pink in the middle. Now you can shred it or chop it for salads or soups. And you can use the liquid in place of chicken broth. Check out my recipe for Meditteranaean Chicken Salad. End of Video Transcript: Items used in the video are the Rada Carving Fork, Rada Cutting Board and the Rada Utility/Steak knife. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
Views: 83452 Rada Cutlery
Luau Party Vegetable Arrangement - How to Make a Hawaiian Garnish | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com -- Luau Party - How to Make a Hawaiian Garnish. Kristi from Rada Cutlery demonstrates how to make a Hawaiian garnish using potatoes, carrots, and green peppers. It's a great little recipe for tropical-themed parties, and it's quick and easy to make. Video Transcript: Hi, Kristi in the Rada kitchen, and here's a neat little garnish I'm going to show you how to make for your next Hawaiian themed party. For the base, you're going to use a medium to large size potato. I'm going to use the Rada Utility Knife, and we're going to slice that in half. So you just slice it in half crosswise, that way you have two bases. Then you're going to take just a regular carrot, and with the paring knife, kind of decide what height you want it, you can make them different heights. I'm going to take about an inch, inch and a half off of each end. You'll want the larger part of the carrot on the bottom. Then here's a trick I do, is put in a toothpick first, and center it, and you just push the carrot right on top. There you have the stem of your palm tree, and now with a green pepper, this is going to be the top. So I'm going to cut the end off first, and you can clean out the insides. So we're going to make three palms, so I'm just going to start where the crease is, and cut out to there, and then where the other crease is. Now don't cut all the way to the center because you need that. You want to start probably an inch out, and then again and you'll make another diagonal cut. Then again. So now, just like on the bottom, I'm going to put the toothpick in the center of the carrot. This will be too long, so you'll want to break it off about a quarter inch up. And then you just put your palm on there. This is a cute, easy garnish for your next Hawaiian Luau party. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
Views: 335910 Rada Cutlery
Frozen Fruit Cups - Fruit Salad Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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It's fresh, it's fruity, it's slushy and its a delicious healthy treat! Mix up a batch and store in the freezer for quick healthy treat especially on a hot summer day! The best bridal shower food idea because you can make them weeks before and they are ready to serve in their individual cups; also a great snack for a baby shower. Ingredients: 1 large container of fresh strawberries 6 bananas 2 T. lemon juice 4 kiwis 1 container of fresh blueberries 2 cans mandarin oranges 1 can pinapple tidbits 1 can orange, pineapple, banana juice concentrate MIx together and ladle into individual cups, freeze and enjoy! Remove of freezer 15 min to 1/2 hour before eating. Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 88370 Rada Cutlery
Edible Candy Bouquet Lollipop Malt How-to Video | RadaCutlery.com
 
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https://www.radacutlery.com/blog/lollipop-malt-candy-bouquet/ - Lollipop Malt Edible Candy Bouquet - A Lollipop Malt is a sweet idea for a gift or centerpiece. This sweet lollipop candy bouquet is easy to make and is a unique and practical gift. Your friends and loved ones will think you spent hours making this candy treat when actually it takes less than 10 minutes to create. Gather the materials and follow along with Kristy in the Rada Kitchen to make your own. You will need: 1 milkshake glass 1 small Styrofoam ball or cut your own scrap stryofoam to fit shredded paper 32 Dum Dum suckers, assorted flavors 12 Blow Pop suckers 7 pink Tootsie Pop suckers 1 strawberry or raspberry Tootsie Pop sucker 1 plastic straw Order your own styrofoam cutting bagel knife here: http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/itemdetail.do?action=prepare_detail&itm_id=689&itm_index=0 Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to RadaCutlery.com to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/u/0/?tab=XX#105523368745331598793/posts Star Video Transcript: Hi, Kristi in the Rada Kitchen and today I'm going to make this Lollipop Malt. It's an inexpensive way to brighten anybody's day. So, first, I went and purchased a malt glass. If you want you can purchase a Styrofoam ball that you'll push the lollipop sticks into. But if you really want to go cheap, I always save Styrofoam that I get on computer products. It always comes in handy, and when you want to cut this, this Rada Bagel Knife I have found to be the easiest. And I just cut it out. Once you get that cut out, you just start carving until it fits. So, now, once you have that well fit, now this is a glass one, if you have a colored malt glass you really don't need to worry about what you have in the middle. And you can leave it clear glass, but what I did is I took tissue paper and I ran it through my paper shredder and that way you can just give it whatever color you want. And however much you want, maybe you just want a little, and then, okay, so now you'll want to cover this because if you don't cover it you can see little spots where the Styrofoam will show through so I prefer to cover it. So you don't need a lot, just enough to cover it. Put the ribbon on the bottom. You can purchases this curling ribbon, you can put this other, more decorative ribbon, all occasions, you need about 12 inches and you just tie it to the bottom. Also, if you want to kind of streamer some of these out before you start filling it it,'s kind of cute, too, it's just kind of like it's overflowing. It gives it that party look. Alright, so then you need a bag of Dum Dums, you need about 32 of them, these little Dum Dum lollipops. And what you're going to do is just start at the edge of the glass and this is so easy. Just want to get them where they're pretty well touching. And you are going to do two rows, so we'll get this first row done. So here's the first row of Dum Dums, now we're going to add another row, just above them I'm going to just maybe tilt them up just a little bit because we kind of want it to have that rounded effect so we're just going to go just above them at a little more of an angle. And now this next row we're going to use assorted Blow Pops and you're going to kind of come from the top, and again it might be a little hard because there are all those sticks from the other lollipops in there but you just keep working it around. But now it looks like this and now as kind of a cherry on top, we're going to use about six to seven Tootise Pops and I purposely picked the red ones. And you're going to stick these almost straight in, not quite, at a little bit of an angle and in a row again. Well, these are the cherry ones so they're red. And you have got to feel your way through all those sticks that are already in there. Alright, so now I have it like that, and for my last one I have this raspberry one, a little bit of a different color for the middle. And there. And if you want to go through if you see a few spots and have some leftover Dum Dums you want to use up, you know what, just stick them in there. Now, for the final touch, I have a straw. Just stick the straw in there and there you have your cute Lollipop Malt. End of Video Transcript
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Veloute - Mother Sauce Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - Veloute Mother Sauce - Make a nice sauce to coat a chicken or fish dish. This is one of the five mother sauces. Chef Blake and Rada Cutlery bring you a tutorial (one of a series of five) teaching you how to make this mother sauce. Video Transcript : For the second mother sauce we'll do, we'll do the veloute. The veloute is made with a chicken stock or light stock instead of milk or cream. We're going to do the same basics that we did before. We've got the flour, butter and chicken stock. Start by making the roux and then we'll make the sauce. Start by melting the butter down. Add the flour. Now bring our chicken stock over. Add our roux. Take the Handi-Stir and stir that up, bring that to a boil. This is an ideal sauce for fish. You can add wine after reducing it and it could be a nice sauce you can use for delicate meats. This sauce here, we're using a light chicken stock, so you could use some seasonings or flavors to it. Mushrooms. Now that it's boiling, it's at its thickest point. So you could end up reducing it more to get it thicker. It's a pretty good consistency. I would probably take it down further. Season it with bayleaf. There's many different things you can do with this sauce. Vin de blanc is probably the most popular one. The veloute is very similar to the béchamel. We used a stock instead of using milk or cream base. Like I said, this one is more for light stock and fish, or you could do chicken supreme. This is number two of the five sauces we're going to do in these videos. Stay tuned for more. End of Transcript. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Lemon Delish - Lemon No Bake Dessert | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Enjoy this refreshing light dessert on a warm summer day with the ease of no baking. A crunchy graham cracker and walnut crust with a layer of cream cheese and whipped topping, a second layer of creamy lemon pudding and topped off with more creamy whipped topping and walnuts. The perfect dessert to cool you down and lighten your mood. What you'll need: 1 C. graham cracker crumbs ¾ C. plus 2 T. coarsely ground walnuts ½ C. butter, softened 1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened 1 C. powdered sugar 1 (8 oz.) tub whipped topping, thawed, divided 2 (3.4 oz.) pkgs. lemon instant pudding 3 C. milk ½ C. chopped walnuts Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Tortellini Caprese Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Bring home the taste of Italy with the easy skillet style Torellini Caprese. Simply mix and cook the ingredients on the stove top and finish by baking in the oven until the fresh mozzarella is all golden brown and melted. Ingredients needed are: 1 pkg. Tortellini 3 cloves garlic 1 pint grape tomatoes 1/4 c. extra virgin olive oil 1/4 t. red pepper flakes 1 can crushed tomatoes 1/2 t. oregano, salt and pepper 1/2 fresh basil 8 oz. fresh mozzarella Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Sweet Bacon Green Beans Recipe - Arkansas Green Beans | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Are you tired of the traditional green bean casserole? Try this recipe for a sweet and savory, bacon infused green bean bean bake named after the great state of Arkansas! Ingredients needed are: 5 (15 oz.) cans green beans, drained 12 slices of bacon, fried and chopped 2/3 C. brown sugar ¼ C. butter, melted 7 t. soy sauce 1 ½ t. garlic powder Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi, it’s Kristi in the Rada Kitchen, and today I’m going to show you how to make Arkansas Bacon Green Beans. First, put 5 cans of drained green beans and 12 slices of cooked bacon in a casserole dish. Mix together 2/3 cup brown sugar, ¼ cup melted butter, 7 teaspoons soy sauce, and 1 ½ teaspoon of garlic powder. Pour the mixture over the green beans and bacon. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can cook on a slow cooker for 5 to 6 hours on low. And there you have amazing Arkansas Bacon Green Beans. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Chunky Cheesecake Brownies | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/cheesecake-brownies-recipe/ We have combined two of the best and most loved desserts into one; cheesecake + brownies = delectable! Moist homemade chocolate chip chunky brownies with a swirl of luscious cheesecake in the middle. Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi, Kristi in the Rada Kitchen, today I want to show you how to make delicious chunky cheesecake brownies. First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease a square 8 or 9 inch baking pan. Mix an 8 ounce package of softened cream cheese with ¼ cup sugar and 1 egg in a mixing bowl. Beat until smooth. Stir 1 cup chocolate chips into the mixture and set aside. Fill a saucepan with water and bring it to a boil. Turn off heat and set a heat-proof mixing bowl over the water. In the mixing bowl, combine butter with 1 cup chocolate chips. Stir until melted and blended together. Stir in a half cup sugar and 2 eggs. Sift together 2/3 cup flour, half a teaspoon baking powder, and ¼ teaspoon of salt. Stir into chocolate until evenly blended. Pour half of the batter into the square baking pan. Spread the cream cheese mixture over the chocolate layer. Top with remaining chocolate mixture. Using a knife, swirl the chocolate layer into the cream cheese to make a marble pattern. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Allow to cool, cut into 12 squares, store in refrigerator or freeze. And there you have chunky cheesecake brownies. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Baked French Toast Recipe - Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Super easy Baked Blueberry French Toast recipe stuffed with cream cheese and with a homemade blueberry sauce. The perfect breakfast casserole for a brunch, bridal shower or holiday occasion. Easy to make ahead and refrigerate overnight for a quick and easy morning meal. Ingredients: 1 lb. of Brioche or French bread, cubed 2 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese 1 c. fresh or frozen blueberries 12 eggs 2 c. milk 1/3 c. maple syrup or honey 2 tsp. vanilla Sauce 1 c. sugar 2 T. cornstarch 1 c. water 2 c. fresh or frozen blueberries 1 T. butter Start Video Transcript Hi, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today I’m going to share with you a recipe that I picked up years ago from my little country church’s cookbook. This is a Blueberry French Toast Bake. We’re going to stuff it with cream cheese and top it off with a delicious blueberry sauce. Let’s go ahead and get started. So for our French Toast portion I’m using brioche bread. You’ll want about a pound. If you can’t find brioche, you can just use regular French bread, the difference being that brioche is more eggy and buttery. I have some that I’ve already prepped but with my bread knife I’m just going to get some nice big cubes. About an inch. And then we are going to layer this into our buttered rectangular baking dish. Our recipe calls for 2 packages of cream cheese. I stuck these in the refrigerator just before I was ready to use it just to firm them up a little bit because we’re actually going to cube them. So with my Rada Regular Paring I’m going to come across, and there’s no super easy way to do this, just to the best of your ability. And again, right into my bowl. I’m cutting it into 3 long strips. First we’re going to take that cubed bread and put a layer on the bottom of my buttered Rada Rectangular Baker. Try to get everything covered there. And we’re going to top that with our cubed cream cheese. This is going to be that delicious filling. I discovered this recipe years ago and my mom and I have made it for so many different baby showers, wedding showers, brunches, holiday get-togethers, you name it. It’s such a great starter for the day. Everyone always loves it. We’re going to top this with the rest of our bread. Then I have a cup of fresh blueberries that are going to go on top. Then we will cover this with our egg batter and pop it into the oven. Here I’ve cracked a dozen eggs. I’m going to add 2 cups of whole milk, and then some vanilla, and then 1/3 cup of either honey or real maple syrup. And whisk it together. Let’s go ahead and pour that egg mixture all over the top of our French Toast Bake. Now you want to give this a little bit of time to sit so the bread can absorb all of this mixture. You can do it overnight if you want it to be ready for the oven in the morning. If you’re making it kind of last minute just let it sit for however long you have available before baking it. My oven is preheated to 350 degrees. You’re going to bake it covered for about 30 minutes, then you pull it out, take the tin foil off, and back in it goes for about 25 minutes more. We are moving on to make blueberry sauce. In my saucepan I’m going to add a cup of sugar and 2 tablespoons of cornstarch. Then with my Rada Handi-Stir I’m going to whisk in some cold water. We are going to let this mixture come to a boil and then we’ll add our blueberries. And you just want to stir occasionally as all those blueberries burst open. When that happens drop the temperature on the stove and let the blueberries hang out, stirring occasionally while the French toast bakes in the oven. So 30 minutes have gone by. So we’ll take our foil off the French Toast Bake. And back into the oven it’s going to go for an additional 30 minutes. And here we have our Blueberry French Toast Bake! Thank you so much for joining me. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Muffin Tin Pumpkin Pie Recipe - Bite-Size Thanksgiving Pie | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/muffin-tin-pumpkin-pie-recipe-video/ Adorable and delicious mini pumpkin pies! Treat your guest with their own personal pumpkin pie that can be eaten with or without a fork. This easy pie recipe is mixed up like the traditional pumpkin pie but baked in a muffin tin for a cute and creative presentation. Ingredients used are: Pumpkin pie filling for one 9 inch pie 2 - 9-inch pie crusts dough –store bought or homemade Round cookie cutter or bowl 4 inches in diameter muffin tin whipped cream Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Muffin Tin Pumpkin Pie Video Transcript Hi, welcome to the Rada kitchen, my name is Kristy and today I’m doing a cute variation on the traditional pumpkin pie. I’m going to make Muffin Tin Pumpkin Pies. Of course you need a muffin tin and I’m going to spray each individual slot with cooking spray. You need 2 9” pie crusts. They can be homemade, you can buy them. Then you need a 4” cookie cutter. This is a cute one, but you can get a simple round one, too. We’re just going to cut out 12 of these. Now we’re just going to press these into our muffin tins. To make our pumpkin filling, you can make it from scratch or from a can. All you do is beat 2 large eggs, and this is the Rada Handi-stir, works really well to beat those eggs. Great on puddings and Jellos. Now we’re going to add a 15 ounce can of pumpkin, ¾’s cup sugar, 1 and ¾ teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice, and half a teaspoon of salt. This is also a Rada product, the Cook’s Spoon. Works good to stir those large pots. Now we’re just going to gradually add a 12 ounce can of evaporated milk. Stir until well blended. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. You’ll also want to poke holes in the dough so it doesn’t bubble up as it’s baking. Now we’re going to fill each muffin tin with filling. You can fill it all the way to the top. Bake in a 425 degree oven for 15 minutes. Then turn it down to 350 and bake another 25 to 30 minutes. Our little pie tin pumpkin pies are cooked and cooled. You can add a dollop of whipped topping. And that’s another way to serve pumpkin pie at your holiday meal. Subscribe to our website for more holiday recipes! End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts
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Oatmeal Fudge Bar Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/oatmeal-fudge-bars-recipe-video/ The two things that go together the best, crunchy oatmeal and gooey fudge are combined to create this wonderful oatmeal fudge bar. This easy to make bar recipe is the perfect treat for a bake sale, family gatherings or even picnics. Ingredients needed for the crunchy oatmeal crust are 3 C. old fashioned oats 1 tsp. salt 1 C. butter, softened 2 eggs 2 C. peanut butter flavored chips (optional) 2 1/2 C. flour 1 tsp. baking soda 2 C. packed brown sugar 1 T. vanilla Ingredients needed for the fudge: 1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk 2 C. semi-sweet chocolate chips 3 T. butter 1 T. vanilla Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Oatmeal Fudge Bars Video Transcript: Hi, welcome to the Rada Cutlery kitchen. My name is Kristy, and today I’m sharing a recipe called Fudge Oatmeal Bars. This is a recipe I tried at a friend’s house and they’re really delicious. You’ll want to preheat your oven to 350 degrees. You’ll need a 9” by 13” pan. I’m using the Rada Cutlery Stoneware, which you don’t have to preseason. If you’re using a glass or metal pan, you’ll want to spray it good with seasoning. What we’re going to do is add 2 cups of brown sugar and a cup of butter to our mixer. This butter is softened, you’ll want to make sure it’s nice and soft. We’re just going to beat that until it’s well-blended and whipped up. So that is well-mixed and with a fluffy texture. We’re just going to beat in 2 eggs and a tablespoon of vanilla. Now, in a second bowl, we’re going to mix 3 cups of old-fashioned oatmeal. 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour. And then a teaspoon of baking soda and a teaspoon of salt. Just stir all that together. So now we’re going to get our beater going again and slowly add this mixture to our butter-egg mixture. Now for this mixture, and this is optional, we’re going to add 2 cups of peanut butter chips. Now, in a medium-sized saucepan, for our fudge center we’re going to take a 14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk, 2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips, and 3 tablespoons of butter. We’re going to just heat this until it’s all melted together and smooth. I’m using this Rada Non-Scratch Spoon. It’s got this nice, sturdy center so you won’t bend the spoon. It’s got a flat edge so you can scrape the bottom of the pan. And it won’t scratch the surface of your non-stick pans. So it’s all nice, creamy, and fudgy. Now we’re going to take it off the heat and add a tablespoon of vanilla. Mix that in well. Alright, now we can start assembling. Now we put 2/3’s of the oatmeal mixture in our pan. We’re just going to pat that down on the bottom. Now we pour on the fudge sauce. Make sure you get it evenly into the corners and the edges. Now, with the remaining mixture, we put that mixture over that fudge. Now we’ll put it in that 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. So I took it out of the oven after 30 minutes. Let it cool slightly, if you can resist it! That’s oatmeal fudge bars. A sure crowd pleaser. Enjoy! End of Video Transcript Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes).
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Mexican Tater Tot Casserole Recipe Video | RadaCutlery.com
 
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The traditional Tator Tot Casserole has gone south! Put a new twist to your traditional favorite hot dish with a taste of Tex Mex. Delicious seasoned ground beef blended with vegetables and black beans, topped off with refried beans and then of course a layer of tator tots, Mexican cheese, fresh chopped green onions and black olives. Ingredients: 1 ½ lb. ground beef 1 can black beans 1 can tomatoes with green chilies 2 packets taco seasoning 1 onion chopped 1 green pepper chopped 3 cloves garlic chopped 1 package frozen corn 2 cans fat free refried beans 1 package shredded Mexican cheese blend 3 chopped green onions 1 can sliced black olives 1 package frozen tater tots Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi there, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today I’m going to show you a recipe I make at home. This is a Mexican tater tot casserole. We’re going to ditch those processed ingredients and replace them with rich and flavorful vegetables. Here I have about 1.5 lbs. of high-quality beef. I’m going to get it going in the pan and break it up a little with my Rada Non-Scratch Spatula. We are ready to prep our veggies. Here we have the holy trinity of flavor building: garlic, onion, and green bell pepper. I’m just going to smash my garlic with my Rada Cook’s Knife. Give it a quick chop. Next is our onion. Let’s just take the ends off there, discard, then cut it in half, keeping the root intact. Chop. Now I’m going to remove the seeds from the green bell pepper, cut, and chop. We’re going to cut the pepper into strips. These are all going into our pan with our ground beef. To this I’ve added two packages of my favorite low-sodium taco seasoning. We’re just going to let this cook until the veggies are nice and tender. Then we’re going to come back in and add our canned tomatoes with green chilies. While that is cooking we’ve preheated our oven to 425 degrees. Now that the veggies are softening up we’re going to add a can of tomatoes with diced green chilies. And then some black beans. Stir it all together with my Rada Non-Scratch Spoon. We’ll let this go for a few more minutes. I am going to place this mixture into my Rada Rectangular Baker. Now, remember, you can add any combination of vegetables you want to this. I’m going to add some corn. We’re going to mix this up. It smells so good already. Then we’re going to put a layer of warmed-up refried beans on top, then top it with a big package of tater tots. You can put them on in rows but I’m just putting them on however for a more rustic look. We’re going to put them in the oven for 30 minutes. I’ve pulled the casserole from the oven. I’m going to load the top up with some cheese, a Mexican blend. Then I have some fresh chopped green onion, the key flavor builder at the end, and some sliced black olives. It’ll go back into the oven until the cheese is melted. So here I have our Mexican-inspired tater tot casserole. I’d serve with some sour cream, guacamole, and your favorite taco sauce. Thanks so much for joining me. Be sure to check us out online at RadaCutlery.com, and to subscribe to our YouTube channel. End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Spinach and Mushrooms - Light and Healthy Side Dish - RadaCutlery.com
 
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Make this super simple side dish of sautéed mushrooms and spinach that will leave you feeling nice and light and not so naughty this holiday season. Delicious Portobello mushrooms that are caramelized in garlic, fresh spinach and artichokes. Perfect as a side dish or as beautiful vegan, gluten free meal. Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 lbs portabella mushrooms 2 cloves of garlic 2 bunches of fresh spinach Artichokes Red pepper flakes Zest and lemon juice Parmesan cheese Whole wheat breadcrumbs (toasted) Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hey there, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today we’re going to make a super-simple side dish of sautéed mushrooms and spinach that will leave you feeling nice and light and not-so-naughty this holiday season. Let’s go ahead and start prepping our veggies. Our first step is to take our 3 garlic cloves, and with my Rada Cook’s Knife I’m going to give these guys a chop. Back through. So here I have about a pound of portabella mushrooms that I’m going to half or quarter depending on their size. The difference between portabella and white mushrooms is just their age. White mushrooms are younger and portabella have been allowed to mature. Our extra virgin olive oil is nice and hot. To that I’m going to add our 3 garlic cloves that we chopped. And just a little pinch to your liking of red chili pepper flake. So, our garlic is turning golden brown, I’m just going to add our mushrooms. We’re going to let these cook until they caramelize and then we’ll add our spinach and artichokes. My mushrooms are about halfway there. They are starting to turn brown and we’re going to constantly stir these guys with my Rada Non-Scratch Spoon. To our mushrooms I’m going to add some fresh spinach. And, of course, this is going to wilt down in the pan. I’m going to get as much as I can in there right now and I’ll add more in a minute. To this I’m going to put my quartered artichoke heart. You can use frozen or canned, whichever is available. Salt and pepper. I’m going to zest my lemon. Give that a tap, with my Rada French Chef knife I’m going to halve it, pick out seeds, and give it a squeeze. I’m going to bring it all together, pull it off the stove, and finish it with our last few ingredients. You can see that the spinach is nice and wilted and retaining that bright green color. We’ll now plate it. You could leave it just like this, but I’m going to top this off with croutons. You could also top it with some toasted bread crumbs. Get a big handful there, and right on the top for a nice, little crunch. And then a blend of Asiago, Parmesan, and Romano cheese. And here we have our spinach and mushrooms finished and plated. Thanks for joining me today! Be sure to check us out at RadaCutlery.com and to subscribe to our YouTube channel. End of Video Transcript
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How to Make Bread & Butter Pickles - 24 Hour Pickles Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com How to Make Bread and Butter Pickles - Pickles Ready in One Day This recipe is truly the easiest Bread & Butter Pickle recipe ever! No sterilizing containers; no hot water baths; no worries about food safety. Turn your garden fresh cucumbers into a jar of sweet, delicious Bread and Butter pickles in 24 hours. This pickle recipe makes 1 quart of pickles, a perfect size for those couple of cucumbers you don't know what to do with. And the bonus to this recipe is that you can mix 'em up in a matter of minutes! Ingredients: 2 medium cucumbers 1/2 onion 3/4 c. distilled white vinegar 3/4 c. sugar 1/4 tsp. ground turmeric 1/4 tsp. mustard seed 1/4 tsp. celery seed 4 tsp. pickling salt Order your own copy of Freezer Jams & Refrigerator Pickles by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1ufk6FM Video Transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada kitchen, and I just picked a couple cucumbers out of the garden. I’m going to make some Bread & Butter Pickles. I’m using a recipe out of our Freezer Jams and Refrigerator Pickles cookbook. You don’t have to sterilize anything or have any hot water baths. You just put them in the refrigerator where they’ll last about 3 months. What you need are 2 cucumbers and we’re going to thinly slice these. We’re going to slice these about an eight to a fourth inch. I’m using this Rada Stubby Butcher Knife. It’s a sturdy knife, almost a slicer but not as long so it’s easy to maneuver. It’s great for slicing chicken. The blades are super sharp. I did a little research on how Bread & Butter Pickles came about. Back in during the Great Depression, many people had bread and butter, but no meat. They’d put cucumber slices in the middle of a sandwich. If you have a group or team that needs new uniforms, perhaps a ban, you can sell these Rada products for a 40% profit. There aren’t a lot of fundraisers that let you make that much profit, plus they’re items that people really want and are going to use. They have a Lifetime Guarantee and are 100% made in the USA. So now you need a half of an onion. Again we’re going to slice that really thin. I just set those aside and now in a spouted bowl we’re going to mix together ¾’s cup of distilled white vinegar. Now this is just going to make a quart jar of Bread & Butter Pickles. If you want to make a gallon, just multiply everything by 4. Then we need ¾’s cup sugar. 4 teaspoons of pickling salt, and ¼ teaspoon mustard seed, a ¼ teaspoon of turmeric, and ¼ teaspoon of celery seed. We’re just going to stir that until it’s all really well blended. Once you have all the sugar and vinegar well blended, pour into a 1 quart jar. Now we’re just going to layer our cucumbers and onion. The onion you’ll want to separate into slices. This will be the easiest canning you’ve ever done. They’ll be ready to eat in 1 day. I got all my pickles smashed in the jar, and now to seal it with a tight fitting canning lid. Turn that upside down and let it sit on your counter for 2 hours. After 2 hours you can turn the jar right-side up and set it in your refrigerator and let them sit about 24 hours before you eat them. They’ll be good in the refrigerator for about 3 months. That’s just one of the recipes in our Freezer Jams and Refrigerator Pickles cookbook. Enjoy! End of Video Transcript: Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts
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Mini Banana Cream Pie Cheesecake - No Bake Cheesecake Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Enjoy all the flavors of Banana Cream Pie in a mini bite size cheesecake. Teeny tiny desserts are the best especially for a bridal shower or baby shower or just because you sometimes just want a little sweetness. Ingredients: 8 oz. cream cheese 3 T. sugar 1 small pkg. instant banana pudding 1/2 C. milk 1 box mini vanilla wafer cookies bananas Start Video Transcript Hi there, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today we are going to make a little sweet treat. These are mini-banana cream pie cheesecakes. And just to further confuse you, we’re going to put them in a mini-cupcake. Our first step is going to be to whip together our cream cheese, milk, pudding mix, and a little bit of sugar. Our first step is to whip together some cream cheese with 3 tablespoons of sugar. Next we are going to mix in a small packet of instant banana pudding. If you don’t want a super strong banana flavor in this you could use vanilla. To this we are going to add half a cup of milk. Now we’re going to whisk that in slowly. Here I have my mini-muffin trays. We are going to line the bottom with a little bit of crushed vanilla wafer. You can use the mini-vanilla wafers but if you can’t find them this is a great substitute. Alright, we’re just going to pipe our filling and place a slice of banana on top so we’re not going to fill it in just yet. I’m just using a plastic bag that I snipped the edge off. You can use a piping bag or spoon it in. Now we’re just going to come in and slice our bananas. Now come back in and pipe in a little more filling on top to seal in our banana. Now to top these off I’m going to take one of my vanilla wafers and set it at an angle. Then we’re going to stick this in the fridge or the freezer to set up. So here, without even having to bake these, we have adorable banana cream pie cheesecakes all ready to go. Thanks so much for joining me today. Be sure to visit our website at RadaCutlery.com, and to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more great recipes just like this one. End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Refrigerator Dill Pickles Recipe (Video) | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/refrigerated-dill-spears-recipe/ Refrigerated Dill Spears recipe that easy to make without using hot water and no sterilizing needed. Ingredients: 1/2 c. distillled white vinegar 1/2 c. apple cider vinegar 1/4 c. pickling salt 3 to 4 medium cucumbers 5 to 6 sprigs fresh dill 1 tablespoon pickling spice 3 cloves garlic, halved What the video for step by step directions! Video transcript: Hi, Kristy at the Rada Kitchen and today I would like to share a recipe out of our cookbook called Freezer Jams and Refrigerator Pickles. Today I am making Refrigerated Dill Spears. These are easy to make you don't have to sterilize or do a hot water bath. You just cook the brine and pour it over your cucumbers and put it in the refrigerator. Let's go to the stove! So over medium heat, we're going to combine 5 ½ cups of water into a large saucepan. Add ½ cup of white distilled vinegar, ½ cup of apple cider vinegar and then ¼ cup of pickling salt. Stir those together and bring it to a boil. Boil it for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. So while the brine is cooling we can go ahead and prepare our cucumbers. The first thing you want to do is cut them in half crosswise and then cut them in half again lengthwise and then you will make spears. So you should get about 12 spears out of 1 cucumber. This Super Parer is an all-around go to knife. Anytime I ask people at the plant here which knife they would use to cut up cucumbers or anything they always say "the Super Parer", it's just a great working knife. Now in a clean, washed ice cream pail, it has to be at least 5 quart; you are going to put half of the dill sprigs. You need about 5 to 6 dill sprigs, so we'll put a couple on the bottom and then we are going to add our cucumber spears. Next we are going to add a tablespoon of pickling spice and then 3 cloves of garlic that have been cut into halves. Add the sliced garlic to the pail and the rest of the dill sprigs. Now once the brine that you cooked has cooled we will add that to the pail. The brine as cooled and we will pour that over the cucumbers. To prevent them from lifting up you can put a plate or bowl to weigh down the cucumbers so the liquid covers all of the cucumbers. Cover the pail and let it sit on the counter for 24 hours and then store it in the refrigerator. They will keep in the refrigerator for one month. That's just one of the recipes in our Freezer Jams and Refrigerator Pickles recipe book. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Pumpkin Pie Crunch Recipe (Video) - Dump Cake | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/pumpkin-pie-crunch-recipe/ Are you short on time or just looking for a quick and easy dessert? Then this is the pumpkin pie recipe for you! Ingredients: 1 (29 oz.) can pumpkin puree 3 eggs, lightly beaten 1 (12 oz.) can evaporated milk 1 1/4 c. sugar 2 to 3 tsp. ground pumpkin pie spice 1 (18.25 oz.) pkg. yellow cake mix 1 c. graham cracker crumbs 1/2 c. toffee bits 1 c. butter, melted Preheat oven to 350 degrees; lightly grease a 9 X 13" baking dish (no greasing necessary if you are using the Rada Stoneware Rectangular Baker) Video Transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada kitchen and I would like to share a recipe with you out of our recipe book we offer called "Dump & Bake Cakes". This is a fast way to make a dessert if you are in a time crunch, it doesn't make a lot of messy bowls, a lot of it you make right in the pan. It makes really luscious dense cakes, it makes cobbler type desserts and some rich brownie creations. So today I am going to make the Pumpkin Pie Crunch. What you will need is a 9 X 13" pan that has been greased. I am going to use the Rada Rectangular Baker; you don't need to grease Rada Stoneware. You will need to lightly beat 3 eggs, and I am going to use the Rada Handi-Stir. This is a great stirrer to beat eggs, to make puddings; it works great to mix up our Quick Mix dips. Do in the baking stone I am going to add a can of pumpkin, this is a 29 ounce can. Just dump it into the stone or 9 x 13" pan and then add the eggs and then add a 12 ounce can of evaporated milk and 1 ¼ cup of sugar and 2 to 3 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice. So once you have that all dumped in just stir all the ingredients together. So all these recipes use hardly any bowls to have a mess in, no extra bowls and this is going to bake in an hour. Mix all the ingredients really well until you get it to this consistency and make sure you scrape the sides. The next thing we are going to add is a box of cake mix, it's a yellow cake mix. Just sprinkle that over the top. Now we are not going to stir it anymore, so you want to spread this around evenly to all the edges. Now on top of this layer we are going to add a cup of crushed graham crackers. The next layer we are going to add a ½ cup of toffee bits. Again, no stirring, you just sprinkle them on. The last thing is going to be a cup of melted butter and we'll just drizzle that over the top. Now you'll want to preheat your over to 350 degrees and bake this for about 50 to 55 minutes. So I have baked the Pumpkin Pie Crunch for about 55 minutes. To see if it was done I tested it with a toothpick, you just pierce the toothpick into the middle. If it comes out clean it is ready to take out of the oven. Now you will want to cool this before your serve it or you can put in the refrigerator overnight. That's just one of about 50 easy, quick desserts in our Dump & Bake Cakes recipe book. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fund raise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Banana Cream Pie Recipe - Banana Pudding Pie | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Easy as Pie is a true statement when describing this delicious, thick and creamy Banana Cream Pie. Six ingredients is all it takes to make this delectable dessert and the best part is it is a no bake dessert that can be enjoyed as soon as you have it whipped together. Ingredents: 1 C. cold milk 1 - 12 oz. carton frozen whipped topping, thawed, divided 1 - 3.4 oz. pkg. instant vanilla pudding mix ½ tsp. vanilla extract 1 – 9” graham cracker crust 2 medium, firm bananas, sliced Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi, it’s Kristi in the Rada Cutlery kitchen, and today I want to show you how to make a classic banana cream pie. This is one of the recipes out of our cookbook titled 101 Recipes with Bananas. In a mixing bowl, beat 1 cup of cold milk and 1 small package of instant vanilla pudding mix on low speed for 2 minutes. Beat in half a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Fold in 3 cups of whipped topping from a 12 ounce thawed carton. Pour 1 1/3 cups pudding mixture into a 9 inch graham cracker pie crust. Layer with 2 sliced medium bananas and the remaining pudding mixture. Top with remaining whipped topping. Garnish with additional banana slices if desired and refrigerate before serving. And there you have an amazing and super-simple banana cream pie. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit us on our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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How to Make an American Flag Pie - Strawberry Blueberry USA Pie Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Make your own patriotic USA Flag Pie this 4th of July for fireworks of oohs and aahs from your friends and family. Delectable juicy strawberry filling under the stripes, sweet blueberry filling under the stars to satisfy a variety of fruit pie lovers at the same time. What you'll need: 4 c. strawberries, sliced 3 c. blueberries 1 c. sugar, divided 1 c. all purpose flour, divided 1 tsp. cinnamon, divided Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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How To Make A Pepper Basket | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com - Kristi from Rada Manufacturing demonstrates how to make a pepper basket to serve dips for picnics, parties, the Super Bowl or any holiday using stuffed bell peppers. This creative cutting is great for parties. Cut a pepper accordingly and stuff pepper with desired dip. The Rada Cutlery Steak Knife makes it easy to cut open the pepper. Fill your pepper with one of the Rada Quick Dip Mix packets. Video Transcript: Hi, I am Kristi and today I'd like to demonstrate a cute way to serve one of our quick mix dips. I'd like to make a pepper basket and to do that I like to use our utility steak knife. This is probably one of the most used knives I have in my home. I like the length of the blade and of course how sharp it is. The first thing you will need is a green, red, or yellow pepper. Put it stem side down, you might have to break the stem off and you want to make sure it sits level. Then you will go in about a third of the way and cut down about half way. You will go over about a half of inch and make a cut half way again. Then you will come in and make a cut horizontal half way up until you meet that other cut. That piece will come out. Turn it around, half way up and cut again. There is your handle. Then you want to remove the seeds and the insides. It is a really cute way to put our dips out for crackers and vegetables at any party so thanks for watching. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Cherry Dream Poke Cake Recipe - Holiday Dessert | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/ - Cherry Dream Poke Cake - Best Holiday Dessert It's as delicious as it is beautiful. A creamy white cake infused with cherry gelatin topped with a layer of cream cheese, whipped cream and cherry pie filling. The rich red and white colors will compliment the holiday table as well as delighting your friends and family. Ingredients: 1 package white cake mix (regular size) 1 package (3 ounces) cherry gelatin 1-1/2 cups boiling water 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 2 cups whipped topping 1 can (21 ounces) cherry pie filling Video Transcript: Hi, welcome to the Rada kitchen! My name is Kristy, and today I’d like to share a recipe for a Cherry Dream Poke Cake. I actually got this recipe from a loyal fan of Rada Cutlery, her name is Misty Cluck, and she’s a homesteader. Make sure to check out her YouTube videos, she has a lot of good, old fashioned recipes. This was her daughter’s favorite cake, and it would be a great one for Christmas, with its whites and reds. We also offer a Poke Cake recipe book. It has over 30 different flavors of poke cake, some with pudding, some with gelatin. Now, I’ve prepared a box of white cake with all the ingredients to make it. I have it in my oven right now. It’s almost done. The first thing you want to do is mix up the gelatin. Here I have a cup and a half of boiling water and to that I’m going to add a three and a half ounce box of cherry gelatin. So I just removed my cake from the oven, I’m going to let that sit for about 3 to 5 minute so it’s not too hot on the top. So after it has cooled we’re going to take a meat fork like this Rada Two Prong Fork and poke holes. This is where the gelatin is going to soak in, so make sure you get the edges and corners. It almost has a marbled effect. Now you’re going to pour that gelatin over the cake. Now you’re going to let this sit for 15 minutes then cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. So our gelatin cake has been in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, so now we’re going to make a cream cheese layer. We take 8 ounces of cream cheese and beat that until it’s smooth. To this we’re going to fold in 2 cups whipped topping. Then we’re going to carefully spread that over our cake. Don’t press too hard or the crumbs will come up. Lastly, we’re going to top that with a 21 ounce can of cherry pie filling. You’ll want to cover your cake and refrigerate for 2 hours before serving. Enjoy the delicious cake! For more poke cake recipes, be sure to check out our cook book Poke Cakes at www.radacutlery.com. End Video Transcript: Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts
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Hollandaise - Mother Sauce Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - Hollandaise Mother Sauce - This tasty sauce is known as one of the five mother sauces: Hollandaise. Watch and learn how to make this easy and flavorful sauce to add to your next meal. Video Transcript: Hello and welcome back to Rada's Test Kitchen. My name is Blake and we're going to continue on with our mother sauce series. Today we're going to make Hollandaise. We're going to use clarified butter, some egg yolks, a metal mixing bowl over steam, some cayenne pepper, some lemon juice, and a little bit of water. So what we have here is our stainless steel mixing bowl sitting over a pot of water. Right now I have some stock in there but I boiled it, shut it off and then put the bowl on there. The steam should be hot enough to cook these eggs a little bit for our hollandaise sauce. You want to keep this moving. I'm using the Rada Handi-Stir. You'll want to get these egg yolks whipped up and turn a little white in color. I have a lemon wedge, I'm going to juice a little lemon in there. Citric acid helps with the flavor and binding two liquids. You can see that it's lightened in color and frothed up. Now we've got the clarified butter. If you warm it up nice and slow, and let the milk separate from the fat. If you take those out by using a ladle and skimming off the top surface or using a mixture of browning the milk salads and getting them out. Just want to add, like our mayo video, no more butter than there's actual egg yolk mixture. So add it so it's fully incorporated then add a little more. It's the same concept as mayo, but there's just different flavor. Different outcome. In the restaurant, we don't generally hand-mix it. If we were there, we'd use a blender. You can see how it's thickening up. That's why I have my water here, kind of add some water to it. Get that nice texture you're looking for. Then we have some cayenne pepper, get a little richness to it, and a pinch of salt. Should have a nice stream to it. Comes right off the whisk. The hollandaise sauce can go with anything to eggs benedict to green vegetables, asparagus or broccoli. It's a nice thick, buttery mix with some acidity to it. It makes it very very tasty. This is just an example of a couple things you can put the sauce with. Today I used the hollandaise sauce that goes with the greens and eggs Benedict. You can also convert by omitting the lemon juice and replacing with tarragon vinegar that you could find at your local market, taking some fresh tarragon, chopping it up in there and it makes a béarnaise sauce. That goes with beef like a tenderloin or really any steak. Give it a shot, leave us some feedback in the comments. End of Video Transcript. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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How to Make a Gooey S'mores Pie | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - How to Make a Gooey S'mores Pie How can S'mores get any better?....by morphing into a pie! Go beyond the traditional s'more when there's no campfire in sight. A gooey marshmallow and chocolate filling snuggled in the middle of a crispy graham cracker cookie crust. This easy to make s'mores dessert recipe will satisfy your favorite campfire treat craving on a snowy winter day, a rainy day or anytime you want to impress your friends and family. Everyone will be begging for s'more. Ingredients you'll need: 1/2 c. butter, softened 1/2 c. sugar 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla 1 c. flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 c. graham cracker crumbs 1 (7 oz.) jar marshmallow creme 3 (1.55 oz.) milk chocolate bars 1 c. mini marshmallows 1/2 c. chopped pecans mini chocolate chips Video Transcript: Hi Kristy in the Rada Kitchen and today I am have a new cookbook we came out with called Give Me S’more, it’s recipes for anyway to makes s’mores. There are cookies, there are bars, there are brownies, but I am going to make a gooey s’more pie. It is really easy and it has all the s’more ingredients. Let’s get started. Now in the mixer were gonna beat a stick of butter or a half of cup, and that’s been softened and then a half a cup of sugar, now we're just gonna mix that until its creamy. Now to this we're gonna add one egg and a teaspoon of vanilla, we're just gonna beat that in good. So now it's all nice and creamy and to this we're gonna add a cup of flour, a cup of graham cracker crumbs, and a teaspoon of baking powder. We’re just gonna gently mix that together. Now this mixture is going to be our crust and out topping. For this process you might want to put a little butter on you’re finger because its going to be a little sticky. It has that yummy graham cracker smell. So were going to divide this in half and then in a nine inch pie plate you’re gonna form the crust with half of that mixture. And again you’ll want to butter up your hands pretty good. I’m using the Rada Stoneware pi plate, so you don’t need to preseason it if you’re using a glass or a tin one, you’ll want to spray it so the dough doesn't stick to the pan. So I've formed my crust, I actually used a little more than half the dough because you have to come up the sides. But you can make cute little pie crust edge. And now we’re going to take a 7 ounce jar of marshmallow cream. You’ll wanna spread that over the crust. I like this Rada super spreader because it gets to the bottom of the jar; it’s just the right length. Whether it is peanut butter, mayonnaise, or this marshmallow cream. Here we have 1.5 ounce milk chocolate candy bars; we’re just going to layer those over that marshmallow cream. The stoneware can go from freezer to oven, it can go in the dishwasher, it is 100% American-made and it is also available as a fundraising option, you can have your club or group them. You make a 40% profit. Any of the Rada products I use in these videos are available as that fundraising option. And they are easy to sell because everybody could use a good useful kitchen tool. Now we’re going to sprinkle a cup of mini marshmallows. Add a half cup of chopped pecans. Now with our left over dough, were just gonna put it into flat pieces and just cover that and if you don’t get it all covered, that’s fine, it will just kind of ooze through it, make it look even better. So now were going to place this in a preheated 350 degree over for about 20-25 minutes. Then we’re going to take some mini chocolate chips, sprinkle that on top, and bake it another 2 minutes. So this has baked 22 minutes and it’s slightly brown and were just gonna sprinkle some mini chocolate chips on the top. If you can resist that, isn’t that like the most beautiful pie you’ve ever seen? I’ll just put this back in for 2 minutes more. Mmm gooey, s’more pie. You’ll wanna let this cool completely before you cut it but it will be so delicious when it is ready to go! That’s one of the recipes from our new cookbook “Give Me S’more!” recipe book. End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts Go to http://www.RadaCutlery.com to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes).
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Peanut Butter Bars - The Lunchroom Lady's Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - Peanut Butter Bars The Lunch Room Lady's Recipe. Craving those yummy peanut butter bars from the school cafeteria with the peanut butter cocoa frosting? Look no further, here is the recipe, hand wrtten on a lunch room napkin by the lunch room lady herself. A taste blast from the past! I bet you have these ingredients on hand too. Mix 3 minutes 1 1/4 stick of butter 1 cup peanut butter Add and Mix another 3 minutes: 1/4 cup white corn syrup 1/2 tsp. salt 1 1/2 cup sugar 3 eggs Add 1 1/2 cup flour and mix until flour is incorporated. Bake 325 for 30 minutes in a 15" x 10" pan Do Not Over Mix! Peanut Butter Cocoa Frosting 3 T butter or magarine 4 T peanut butter 3 T cocoa 2 cups powdered sugar 1/5 cup hot water or milk, yes 1/5 not a typo Mix together until smooth. Video Transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen, and today I have a recipe for the Lunchroom Lady's Peanut Butter Bars. These are those peanut butter bars that you enjoyed while you were in school. Well, I actually have that recipe, and I'd like to share it with you. Now, in your mixer you are going to mix one cup of peanut butter. This is the creamy variety, I don't think it really matters what kind you use. And then a stick and a fourth of butter or margarine. And now we're going to mix this on medium for three minutes. After three minutes you'll get this nice, creamy butter and peanut butter mixture. And now to this we're going to add a fourth cup of white carol syrup. A half teaspoon of salt. One and a half cups sugar. And three eggs. And again we're going to mix it for three minutes. After three minutes you get this nice, creamy mix. And now we're just going to add a cup and a half of flour just until it's blended in. We're just going to run it on low, we don't want to overmix it. You just want to incorporate the flour into the batter. And we're going to pour this into a 15 x 10 inch pan. That's a big pan, of course, because it's made for school. At the end of this video there's a conversion chart in case you want to cut it in half and put it in a 9 x 13. Now we'll put this in our 15 x 10 inch pan. Spread it out to the corners. Now she doesn't say if you have to grease this pan, I don't think so because there's a lot of butter in this recipe and it shouldn't stick to your pan. Then you'll put this in a 325 degree oven for about 30 minutes. So while our bars are in the oven baking, I'm going to mix up the peanut butter cocoa frosting. So you need three tablespoons of butter or margarine. Four tablespoons of peanut butter. Three tablespoons of cocoa. Two cups of powdered sugar. And a fifth cup of hot water or milk. Yes, that's a fifth, not a typo. Or three tablespoons. We're just going to mix this together until it's smooth. So I let the peanut butter bars cool and now we'll spread on our peanut butter chocolate frosting. And then they'll be ready to cut and serve. So thanks to the lunchroom lady, here's a great recipe that I guarantee your family will ask for. And also, if you're a member of a food service group, Rada Cutlery does a fundraising option for you, you can make 40% profit, just check out our website at www.radacutlery.com. End of Video Transcript: Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to RadaCutlery.com to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes).
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How to Make Cream Style Corn Video Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com -- How to Make Cream Style Corn Video Recipe. Kristi from Rada Cutlery demonstrates how to make homemade creamed corn. This is a great recipe if you have fresh sweet corn that needs to be eaten, and it can be made quickly and easily. Video Transcript: Hi, Kristi at the Rada kitchen. Today I'd like to share a recipe for Homemade Creamed Style Corn. This uses fresh sweet corn. You need two and a half cups of that, which is about 5 to 6 ears. I'd like to show you a neat trick that we use the Rada Deluxe Peeler to remove the kernels from the cob. And it's so easy to get those kernels off. Now for this recipe you want to make sure you get the milk of the corn. You want to go back and make sure you get all that milky substance inside. If you're using a knife, you just run the blade and you get all that milky part, and that's extra sweet. So once you have the kernels and the corn milk removed from the cob, put that in a bowl. To the bowl we're going to add three tablespoons of melted butter, a tablespoon of sugar, and a tablespoon of flour. We're going to add this to a skillet on the stove. So add this mixture to the skillet, and we're going to cook this over medium heat for five minutes. After you cook this for about five minutes, then you're going to add the one cup of heavy cream, or eight ounces. Now we're going to cook this for about 10 minutes, or until it's to your liking of how thick you like it. Once your homemade creamed corn is thickened, you can season it with salt and pepper, and it's ready to serve! Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams, and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/radacutl
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Understanding Cuts of Pork | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - Understanding Cuts of Pork - Chef Blake from the Rada Cutlery kitchen teaches different cuts of beef to help you pick out your next meats from the market. Do you know what part of the pig provided your dinner? Video Transcript: End of Video Transcript: Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Tomato Pie Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/tomato-pie-recipe-video/ Learn in this video how to make delicious homemade Tomato Pie! It tastes like margherita pizza in a pie crust! And it is a great way to use up all those garden tomatoes and it's the perfect vegetarian entree. Ingredients: 1 - 9-inch pie shell, pre-baked 1/2 yellow or red onion, chopped 3-4 tomatoes, cut in half horizontally, squeezed to remove excess juice, roughly chopped, to yield approximately 3 cups chopped tomatoes 1/4 cup sliced basil (about 8 leaves)* 2 cups grated cheese (combination of sharp cheddar and Monterey Jack, or Gruyere or Mozarella) 3/4 cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon (or more to taste) of Frank's Hot Sauce (or Tabasco) Salt and freshly ground black pepper *To slice basil, roll them up like a cigar, starting at one end slice the "cigar" crosswise in thin slices. Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. 2. Squeeze as much moisture as you can out of the chopped tomatoes, using either paper towels, a clean dish towel, or a potato ricer. 3. Sprinkle the bottom of the pre-cooked pie shell with chopped onion. Spread the chopped tomatoes over the onions. Sprinkle the sliced basil over the tomatoes. 4. In a medium bowl, mix together the cheese, mayonnaise, a sprinkling of salt and black pepper. Spread the cheese mixture over the tomatoes. 5. Place in oven and bake for 30 to 45 minutes until browned and bubbly. Serves 6. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl Tomato Pie Recipe Video Transcript: Hi Kristi in the Rada Kitchen, and today I'm sharing a recipe for a tomato pie. It's a great way to use up those extra tomatoes in your garden. It's delicious as a side dish and delicious as a main dish. The ingredients you'll need are ¾ cup mayonnaise, 2 cups of shredded or grated cheese, you can use any variety you wish, you can use cheddar, monterrey jack, I'm going to use mozzarella, you can mix them too. You'll need ¼ cup fresh basil, salt and pepper, about four fresh tomatoes, and a half of a white or red onion. You'll also need a pre-baked pie crust. I do have a video where I show you how I make a pie crust. I love to make it in the Rada Stoneware Pie Pan. These crusts come out flaky and thick, personally the only way I'll make a pie crust. First you'll want to preheat your oven to 350 degrees. I'm going to cut these tomatoes in half because I want to get as much of the seeds and juice that I can out of them. If they're too juicy, your crust will get soggy, so you don't want that. These are really good tomatoes, they're really meaty, so they don't have a lot of seeds and juice. Then what I'm going to do is chop them and let them sit on a paper towel. Now I want to show you how great the Rada Tomato Slicer works. If you have really soft, squishy tomatoes, it won't use a lot of pressure so you don't have to worry about squashing them when cutting them. So I have my tomatoes on a paper towel, you really want them dry, so you may even blot them with another towel. While those are drying, I'm going to chop up my onion. Again, you can use a Tomato Slicer, it slices onions too. Now you'll add these onions to the bottom of your pie crust. I cut these up on the Rada Cutting Board. You can cut on it, you can bend it to put your food on your plate. Now I'm going to add the tomatoes. I really got them dry now. Now we're going to add the fresh basil, we need about a ¼ cup which is about 8 leaves. Kind of a neat way to cut basil is to roll it up like a cigar and then just slice it. Again, I'm using the Tomato Slicer. Then we're going to sprinkle that over the tomatoes. So now with the mayonnaise, you're going to add the shredded cheese. That was two cups of cheese. You could use a combination. I'm going to use mozzarella. If you want, you can add some Tabasco to this or Frank's Hot Sauce. Then I like to add a little salt and pepper. Now you're going to spread this on the top of your tomatoes. Spread that to the edges. Now it's ready to be placed in your preheated oven at 350 degrees, about 30-45 minutes. Just watch it—as soon as the cheese starts getting brown and bubbly, it's done. So we have about 20 more minutes on the tomato pie. Check out this recipe and lots more delicious recipes from Rada Cutlery at www.radacutlery.com/blog. End of Tomato Pie Video Transcript.
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Cherry Bars Recipe - Cherry Pie Filling Dessert | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Sweet Cherry Pie Bars are the perfect treat that you can eat like a bar or eat them with a fork like a dessert. Break away from the ordinary chocolate brownie with this beautiful bar with swirls of cherry red and a drizzle of sweet icing. Ingredients: 1 C. butter, softened 2 C. sugar 4 Eggs 1 t. vanilla 3 C. all-purpose flour 1 t. salt 1 can (21 oz.) cherry pie filling Glaze: 1 C. powdered sugar 1/2 t. vanilla extract 2 T. milk Start Video Transcript Hi, Kristi in the Rada Cutlery Kitchen, and today I want to show you a recipe for heavenly cherry bars. First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine 1 cup softened butter and 2 cups sugar until fluffy. Add 4 large eggs one at a time, beating after you add each egg. Add and beat 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Gradually add 3 cups flour and 1 teaspoon of salt. Spread ¾’s of the dough into a greased baking pan. Spread with a can of cherry pie filling. Drop remaining dough by teaspoonful’s into the filling. Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown. Cool completely on a wire rack. To make the glaze, combine 1 cup confectioner’s sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, and 2 tablespoons of milk. Drizzle the glaze over the bars. And there you have delicious cherry bars! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit our website at RadaCutlery.com! End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Cream Puff Dessert Recipe - Cream Puff Cake | RadaCutlery.com
 
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If you are craving cream puffs but don't want the extra work to make them you can now fulfill that craving with this easy Cream Puff Dessert recipe. With the same ingredients but you make 'em in a pan! Less time and just as delicious! Ingredients needed: 1/2 C. butter 1 C. flour 1 C. water 4 eggs 3 small pkgs. instant vanilla pudding 3 C. milk, divided 1-8 oz. pkg. cream cheese 1 -8 oz. carton whipped topping Chocolate syrup Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi, it’s Kristi in the Rada Cutlery kitchen. Today I want to show you how to make a heavenly cream puff dessert. First, preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Bring ½ cup of butter and 1 cup water to a boil. Remove from heat and add 1 cup of flour. Add 4 eggs 1 at a time, beating after each. Pour mixture into a baking pan. Bake 30 to 35 minutes until lightly browned. Remove from the oven and lightly press down. Then allow to cool. Mix 3 small packages of instant vanilla pudding and 2 ¾ cups of milk. Add an 8 ounce package of cream cheese that has been mixed with ¼ cup of milk. Spread the mixture over the cooled crust. Spread 8 ounces of whipped topping over the pudding and drizzle with chocolate syrup. And there you have a delicious cream puff dessert! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, visit us on our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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How to Make Fruit-Flavored Rainbow Popcorn | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.RadaCutlery.com - How to make Fruit-Flavored Rainbow Popcorn - Wow your friends with this rainbow colored popcorn with a fruity taste. Kristy in the Rada Kitchen uses lime flavored gelatin to make green colored popcorn to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. You only need 5 simple ingredients: 8 C. popped popcorn 1/2 C. sugar 1/4 C. butter 1 (3 oz.) pkg. gelatin, any flavor 3 T. light corn syrup Delight your friends and family and make every color (and flavor) of the rainbow. Match the color of your favorite sports team. Color it purple (grape) for a Relay for Life team or pink (strawberry) for Breast Cancer awareness the possibilities are endless! Video Transcript: Hi Kristy in the Rada Kitchen and today I am making Fruit-Flavored Rainbow Popcorn. I'm going to use my home grown popcorn. I have another video that I show you how to pop that on the oven in a pan. You'll need 8 cups of popped popcorn and any flavor of gelatin in the 3 oz box. I'm going to use lime because it is getting close to St. Patrick's Day and I think it would be a cute St. Patrick's Day treat. Along with your 8 cups of popped popcorn and your choice of gelatin flavor you'll need a 1/4 cup butter, 3 tablespoons light corn syrup and a 1/2 cup sugar. On medium low heat in a small sauce pan we're going to add our sugar, butter, and light corn syrup. And we're going to stir this until the butter melts. Once the butter has melted you add your gelatin. And you stir that until all the gelatin has dissolved. So were going to stir this until it comes to a boil. These Rada Non-Scratch utensils work really well. They have this special end where it helps you scrape the bottom of that pan. If you have to pour into another pan or you're cooking and stirring it helps prevent that from burning on the bottom, it gets in the corners. So we brought this to a boil, we're going to turn our heat to low and we're going to simmer it for 5 minutes. As soon as the 5 minutes are up, pour it over your popcorn. Do this while it is pretty hot yet, then stir it. And now pour this into a rimmed baking sheet lined with wax paper. We're going to put this in a 250 degree oven for 12 minutes. Once your fruity rainbow popcorn is cooled, break it apart and put it in a serving dish and it is ready to serve. It's perfect for St. Patrick's Day or any color to match any occasion. That is one of over 125 recipes in our Party Snacks to Share recipe book. End of Video Transcript Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Oyster Stew Recipe - Traditional Oyster Soup - RadaCutlery.com
 
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Traditional Christmas Eve Oyster Stew Recipe just like Grandma use to make. Ingredients: 2 T. red bell pepper, minced 2 T. shallot, minced 1/4 C celery, minced 1 stick butter 2 qt. half and half 1 qt. oysters 2 T. white pepper 2 T. seafood seasoning 1 t. sea salt 1 t. garlic powder Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, cookbooks and quick mixes).
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Molasses and Salted Caramel Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Make this delicious summertime ice cream treat with a homemade molasses cookie and a salted caramel ice cream center. You may not even get to enjoy them together as a sandwich because the homemade ginger snap cookie smells so wonderful you won't be able to resist them hot out of the oven. And the best part about the cookies is they stay soft and chewy even if you save them to make the next day! Get these ingredients and make them along with us: 1 cup packed brown sugar 3/4 cup shortening 1/4 cup molasses 1 egg 2 1/4 all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 teaspoon salt 3 T sugar reserves for rolling dough Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 16414 Rada Cutlery
Watermelon Smoothie Recipe | RadaCutlery
 
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https://www.RadaCutlery.com - Watermelonn Smoothie Recipe Cool and refreshingly healthy and light smoothies made with thirst-quenching watermelon. It's like drinking your watermelon out of a glass! A simple recipe to make a cool low-fat treat. All you need for ingredients are: 2 cups chopped watermelon 1/4 cup fat-free milk 2 cups ice Video Transcript: Hi Kristy in the Rada Kitchen and I just did a video on how to slice up a watermelon, so now I have some watermelon and I am going to make a watermelon smoothie, a delicious summertime treat and its healthy for you. In a blender you’ll combine two cups of chopped watermelon and a ¼ cup of fat-free milk, we’re gonna blend this for 15 seconds. And now we’ll add two cups of ice and we’re gonna blend that for 20 seconds. And now you’re watermelon smoothie is ready to serve. You’ll get three servings and it’s a delicious low fat summertime treat. End of Video Transcript Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 138 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts
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Olive Cheese Bread Recipe | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Olive lovers rejoice! We combined your favorite black and green olives with a creamy mixture of cheeses and baked it on a loaf of French bread until it was all melted and gooey. Ingredients: 1 large loaf French Bread, halved 1 8 oz,. pkg. cream cheese 1/2 c mayo 2 cloves garlic, minced 1-2 T fresh rosemary 2 green onions, chopped 1 c black olives, chopped 1 c green olives, chopped paprika to taste 2 c monterey jack Cheese Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 25204 Rada Cutlery
Berry Blue Summer Salad Recipe - Strawberry Poppyseed Salad | RadaCutlery.com
 
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One of the most beautiful salads you will ever create or eat. This beauty is made with the amazing flavors of fresh strawberries, blueberries, red onion, raspberries, blackberries and spinach all topped off with pepped up poppy seed dressing, bleu cheese and and pistachios. Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
Views: 3554 Rada Cutlery
Italian Pasta Salad Recipe - Easy Pantry Salad | RadaCutlery.com
 
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Loved by everyone, this salad is perfect for picnics, potlucks and barbeques. A mix of broccoli, cauliflower, black olives, pepperoni, cheddar cheese and twisted pasta. Pour over a bottle of Italian salad dressing and you are ready to go. Don't have one of the ingredients listed? No problem, just add in whatever you have in the refrigerator, like zucchini, celery, carrots, onions, provolone, mozzarella, salami, ham, etc. Ingredients (or whatever ) 1 (12 oz.) package twist rainbow pasta ½ head fresh cauliflower, cut into small florets ½ head fresh broccoli, cut into small florets ½ red onion, cut into ½ inch chunks 1 cup Cheddar cheese, cut into chunks 1 C. pepperoni slices, cut in half 1 (16 oz.) can black olives, drained ¾ C. Italian Dressing Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Start Video Transcript Hi, Kristi in the Rada Cutlery Kitchen, and today I’m going to make for you a pantry pasta salad. It’s called this because you can use all sorts of things out of your pantry. In a large pot of boiling, salted water, cook 1 12 oz. package of twist rainbow pasta. Drain and let cool. In a large bowl, add half a head of fresh cauliflower cut into small pieces, a half head of broccoli cut into small pieces, and a half a red onion cut into half inch chunks. Add 1 cup of half inch chunk cheddar cheese, 1 cup of halved pepperoni slices, a drained can of black olives, and ¾ cup of Italian dressing. Mix well. If you want to make this salad in advance, be sure to add a little more Italian dressing just before serving. And there you have a delicious pantry pasta salad! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and visit us on our website at RadaCutlery.com. End of Video Transcript
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Apple Pie Recipe - Sour Cream Dutch Style | RadaCutlery.com
 
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A delicious creamy custard apple pie recipe with a brown sugar and butter topping that is out of this world! Have plenty of extra ingredients on hand because this easy to make apple pie will be requested by your family and friends again and again. Ingredients: 2 eggs 1 C sour cream 1 C sugar 2 T plus 1/4 C flour, divided 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 tsp salt 3 c peeled, chopped tart apples, any variety 1 (9") ready to bake pie shell 1/4 C brown sugar 3 T butter Rada Cutllery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). Video Transcript: End of Video Transcript: http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/
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How to Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/strawberry-bouquet-chocolate-dipped/ http://www.RadaCutlery.com - How to Dip and Decorate Chocolate Covered Strawberries - Chocolate covered strawberries are easy to make and decorate in just minutes. Follow along with Kristy in the the Rada kitchen as she shows you how to dip strawberries and then decorate them with swirls, dots and confetti sprinkles. Incredible and edible fruit arrangements that are healthy and delicious! Video Transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen. Today I'd like to show you how to dip strawberries in chocolate. You can make this cute arrangement for Valentine's Day, Sweetest Day, Mother's Day, or any occasion. It's great as a gift and as a centerpiece. You need about 25-30 strawberries. I washed these and dried them very well with a paper towel and it's best to have them cold so you might want them in the refrigerator. Some paste or liquid food coloring, vanilla almond bark and chocolate almond bark, some decorative cookie and cupcake decorations, a vase to put them in, and ribbon. You also need about 25-30 bamboo skewers and some sandwich bags, a scissors and, a knife. Before you start dipping you have to decide if you want your strawberries to have the leaves or no leaves. It's was just much easier to stem them and then you can just pop them into your mouth to eat them. So to stem them, I'm going to use this Rada Granny Parer. It works really good. As you can see it curves to the shape of the fruit or the vegetable. It works really good to stem that strawberry. Then you are going to take a skewer and you are going to push it up through that strawberry. Now we are going to take, I'm going to start with chocolate first, and I'm going to put this in the microwave for 30 seconds on high. Then we'll see how it looks, you usually have to do it twice, but you don't want to burn it. They don't look like they are melted but sometimes the bowl is warm enough that once you start stirring it, and you don't want it too hot, because it won't stick on your strawberry very well. So just the warmth of that bowl will help melt those leftover little pieces. So that's about right. If you do get it too hot you can add a solid shortening, like a Crisco. Not oil or butter but Crisco. If it gets too thick, we'll thin that up but the trick is not get it to that point. Okay and now I also have this piece of Styrofoam I got I think when I bought a printer. This work really well to stick them in after you've coated them. So if you have a bowl that's not really deep you should be able to just turn them. Now if you want to get to the stick you can take a spoon and then if you shake it a little bit. Just going to try or actually the strawberries are better if they're not quite so ripe because they will stick on the stick better. I want to show you how to color this. Now this is a red liquid food coloring that actually if you only put in one drop it make is kind of that dusty pink color which I really like, or you can use a paste food coloring. Here is something else I thought up. I'm going to add a little bit of jello. It gives that really good, when you bite into the strawberry, it gives it that really a burst of strawberry flavor. You just mix that in, I don't know maybe a teaspoon, it depends on how much. So then you can just coat however many you want in pink. I want to show you how to do these drizzle marks. You just want to get a little on your spoon and go back and forth. Then you want to set that aside to let that harden too. Now I want to show you how to make the dots. What you do is take an ordinary sandwich bag and cut off the sealable end because it is kind of hard to work with. Open it up, put your melted almond bark in one corner and then with the scissors just cut the very, very tip off until you get the size you want. And then you take your hardened one and just make dots. To get them even I found if you go diagonally, they'll come out pretty even. Another idea is to use these sprinkles. So what you do is dip the strawberry, and get rid of the excess. Now while still soft you just sprinkle on. These would be really fun for a birthday party. They look neat on the valentine one, too. So once the coating has dried on the strawberries you can put them in a vase. This was just a vase I received flowers in once. It already had the bow on. It's a really cute idea for Valentine's Day or any occasion and everybody will appreciate a homemade gift. This is one of the ideas in our "Fruit Bouquets" recipe book. End of Video Transcript: Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/ http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/radacutl
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Chocolate Breakfast Cookies  | RadaCutlery.com
 
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COOKIES FOR BREAKFAST! It's not just a dream anymore with this recipe for Chunky Monkey Cookies. You won't feel guilty serving your kids chocolate cookies made with healthy ingredients like bananas, Greek yogurt, whole wheat flour and oatmeal. Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes). http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://www.pinterest.com/radacutlery/ https://plus.google.com/#105523368745331598793/posts http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/RadaCutlery
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Homemade Apple Pie Recipe  - How to Freeze Apple Pie Video | RadaCutlery.com
 
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http://www.radacutlery.com/blog/how-to-freeze-prepare-apple-pie/ A delicious homemade apple pie that can be eaten in the midst of winter! Kristi in the Rada kitchen shows you a recipe for apple pie that you can bake fresh or freeze into a pie plate shape for convenient pie baking anytime. Ingredients: 5 C. peeled, thinly sliced apples (such as McIntosh) 1/4 tsp. salt 2 tsp. lemon juice 2 T. flour 1/2 C. sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/4 C. brown sugar 1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg Video transcript: Hi, Kristy in the Rada kitchen and today I am sharing a recipe for apple pie. This is an apple pie you can make and bake the same day or you can put it in the freezer to bake later. I got this recipe out of our Fresh to Freezer Cookbook. Everything from apples to zucchini. Anything out of your garden or you get at the farmer's market. So, first to start out you need five cups of peeled and thinly sliced apples, any variety. Probably McIntosh works the best. I just got these off of a tree in my backyard. So I am going to use the vegetable peeler and take the peeling off. Now this is a double-sided peeler so whether you're left handed or right-handed it will work for you. So once you get that apple peeled I'm going to use the utility steak knife. A lot of people use this as longer paring knife, it's also good on steaks and meats. So now you're going to thinly slice these. After you peeled and thinly sliced five cups of apples add two tablespoons of lemon juice, this will keep them from turning brown. Then set that aside and then in a separate bowl we are going to add a half of a cup of sugar, a fourth of a cup of brown sugar, two tablespoons of flour, a fourth of a teaspoon of salt and a teaspoon of cinnamon and a fourth of a teaspoon of nutmeg and then blend those altogether. Pour this over the apples and stir until the apples are coated. Now this is ready to bake if you want, just put them in an unbaked pie shell, dot it with butter put the top crust on, brush it with a little milk, sprinkle it with a little sugar and make sure you put slits in it. But I want to show you how to freeze these for later use. Take a pie plate and line it with foil into the shape of the pie plate and just put the apple filling in it. If you want to make it fancy you can turn the top apples all the same direction. So now you have the filling already to the size of the pie plate. Put this in the freezer open like this until it is frozen solid, about four hours, I actually freeze mine overnight. Then once it is frozen solid, wrap it up good with more tin foil and put it in a zip lock bag. You can store it in the freezer for up to a year. Now I am going to show you how to bake it after it has been frozen. So once the pie filling has been frozen for about four hours, I took it out of the pie plate, wrapped it in foil and put it in a freezer bag and now I am ready to bake it. I just took it out of the freezer. All you need to do it put it in an unbaked pie crust. You can make your own crust or use a store bought frozen pie crust. Pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees. While the filling is frozen, dot it with butter and then put on the top crust. I did make a video on how to make this pie crust, so check out our blog site, it's also on YouTube, its called Homemade Pie Crust and then type in Rada. Go ahead and trim the edge if you need to just make sure that you seal the crust to the edge of the pan. I am using the Rada Stoneware Pie Plate, in my opinion it is the best! It is the only pie plate I use, makes that crust light and flaky, it just bakes it really even. Once you have the edges sealed brush the top with milk, sprinkle with a little bit of sugar, you could also put a little bit of cinnamon on the top if you want. Now the important thing is to cut slits. Now the filling is frozen so I am going to cover it with foil and I am going to bake it in a pre-heated 375 degree oven for 30 minutes and then I am going to uncover it and bake it another forty to fifty five minutes or until the crust is brown and the filling is bubbly. Hot fresh apple pie that we made from our apples that we picked this summer, baked it in the middle of winter because we froze them in the freezer. One of the recipes out of the Fresh to Freezer Cookbook. End of video transcript. Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing Rada Cutlery fundraising products and helping non-profit groups fundraise since 1948 -- last year working with over 19,000 churches, schools, teams and clubs to make 40% profit. http://www.facebook.com/RadaCutlery http://pinterest.com/radacutlery/
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Italian Sausage and Peppers - Healthy Low-Carb Recipe | Rada Cutlery Video
 
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A lighter and healthier version of the traditional Sausage and Peppers meal. A one dish meal that is cooked and ready to eat in less than 30 minutes and made healthy by using chicken sausage. Fresh red and green peppers and red onions sauteed with a mix of red wine and organic crushed tomatoes and fresh basil. Serve all by itself, over pasta or served in a crusty baguette. Get these ingredients: 1-2 lbs Italian-Style chicken Sausage Links Red and green bell peppers, sliced 1 large can organic crushed tomatoes 1 red onion, sliced 2 T. tomato paste 1 handful fresh-torn basil 1/4 C. red wine 4 cloves garlic, chopped Fresh mozzarella Italian seasoning Red pepper flake Salt and pepper Rada Cutlery is manufactured in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Knives are 100% Made in the USA - materials and craftsmanship. Rada Mfg. Co. has sold over 142 million kitchen knives and utensils since our start in 1948. Rada Cutlery kitchen products are available locally from Fundraising Groups and Independent Sellers or on the Rada Kitchen Store web site. Each year approximately 19,000 non-profit groups make 40% fundraising profit selling Rada Cutlery. Go to http://www.radacutlery.com/fundraising to learn more about how your group can fund raise with Rada's kitchen product (knives, utensils, stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes).
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