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Vegetable Bean Soup

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Vegetable Bean Soup

Use your canned, frozen, or dried vegetables to make this easy – but satisfying vegetable bean soup. Even the kids will slurp it up!

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Guilty Pleasures – Cranberry Fluff

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Guilty Pleasures – Cranberry Fluff

Comforting cranberries, whipped cream, and marshmallows combine for a special holiday guilty pleasure.

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Thanksgiving Bean Casserole

Filed in Real Food by on November 15, 2019 0 Comments
Thanksgiving Bean Casserole

The casserole is a satisfying main course for vegetarians, a low-carb side dish for diabetics, and a tasty side dish for the meat eaters at your Thanksgiving table. I think we can all agree that a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is not designed for vegetarians, low-carb followers, or anyone who likes to eat light meals. Turkey, […]

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Savory Squash Pie Recipe

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on November 13, 2019 0 Comments
Savory Squash Pie Recipe

Combine Butternut or Buttercup squash with Feta cheese and leeks to make a savory winter squash pie. Using phyllo dough keeps it light but satisfying. I also appreciate winter squash’s versatility. It can be steamed, boiled, baked, roasted, stuffed, mashed, fried, turned into jam, or soup, or pancakes, or substituted for pasta. It can even […]

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Do We Still Need Cookbooks?

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on October 16, 2019 0 Comments
Do We Still Need Cookbooks?

Is there a reason to buy a cookbook today? Can’t we get everything we want from online recipes? October is National Cookbook Month, a time to peruse book shop shelves and find new ways to prepare the harvest. But today, when we can quickly find a recipe for anything we could possibly want online, do […]

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5 Ways to Use Late-Season Cherry Tomatoes

Filed in Real Food by on October 2, 2019 0 Comments
5 Ways to Use Late-Season Cherry Tomatoes

Cherry tomatoes are like the Energizer Bunny of the tomato world. They start producing early, and just keep going – long after their larger siblings give up for the winter. But there are many ways to save and use late-season cherry tomatoes, before the frost finishes them off for another year! America’s favorite backyard garden […]

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Spicy Mexican Pasta Salad

Filed in Real Food by on July 9, 2019 0 Comments
Spicy Mexican Pasta Salad

It’s National Picnic Month – Time to Celebrate with this Spicy Mexican Pasta Salad. Spicy Mexican Pasta Salad dressed with Salsa. Make it as hot – or not – as you wish! Make Spicy Mexican Pasta Salad for your next picnic or potluck. Salad can be prepared gluten-free, and it’s an easy way to add […]

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Israeli Chopped Salad

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on April 8, 2019 0 Comments
Israeli Chopped Salad

This mixed vegetable salad, also known as Middle Eastern Salad or Mediterranean Chopped Salad, is sure to make your “favorites” list!

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Orange Vanilla Chia Pudding

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on March 8, 2019 0 Comments
Orange Vanilla Chia Pudding

The secret ingredient in this creamsicle-like pudding? Orange or tangerine zest!

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Meatless Sheet Pan Dinner with Brussels sprouts and Squash

Filed in Real Food, Uncategorized by on January 31, 2019 0 Comments
Meatless Sheet Pan Dinner with Brussels sprouts and Squash

Meatless sheet pan dinners are a quick and easy way to put dinner on the table. New year, same old dilemma. We would prefer to eat fresh, home cooked food – almost every night! But after a full day of coaxing second graders into their seats, or attending meeting after meeting, or putting out literal […]

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