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You remember the children’s book about green eggs and ham? Green eggs are a yummy possibility with microgreens! Broccoli Microgreens Green Eggs Recipe Eggs Microgreens (I used broccoli) Oil, butter, or Earth Balance spread Sunny Paris Seasoning By Penzeys…
(Micro)Green Eggs Recipe
(Micro)Green Eggs Recipe
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Pumpkin Pie: Finally Got It

Making a pumpkin pie without dairy products can be a challenge. This year I combined two recipes and got one that works well. Pumpkin Pie Makes two 9″ pies. Preheat oven to 375° F Ingredients: 2 unbaked pie shells – single crust 9″ 2 – 15 ounce cans…
Pumpkin Pie: Finally Got It
Pumpkin Pie:  Finally Got It
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When I was a kid, my grandmother would sometimes make something she called “piazza.” She spread Italian bread with spaghetti sauce and cheese and warmed up under the broiler. Given those roots, you will understand  how I came up with biscuit dough pizza…
Biscuit Dough Pizza
Biscuit Dough Pizza
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Ever start making something and realize you were short an ingredient halfway through the process? The inspiration for this recipe was an unexpected shortage of berries. The addition of canned peaches saved the day. Ingredients: Your favorite recipe for 9…
Fast Berry Peach Pie
Fast Berry Peach Pie
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Sometimes you need something easy and fast for a party or bake sale. They aren’t pretty, but these oatmeal bars are always delicious and consistently please kids. Ingredients: 1 cup milk-free margarine, such as Earth Balance® 1 1/2 cups packed light brown…
Incredibly Easy Oatmeal Bars
Incredibly Easy Oatmeal Bars
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Ever hear of The Portland Picnic Society?  The members are writers and foodies from Portland, Oregon who have taken the family picnic to a whole new level. To encourage others to give it a try, they have written the delightful new book The Picnic: Recipes…
Picnics and Pecan Shortbread Cookies
Picnics and Pecan Shortbread Cookies
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The Food on Friday theme this week at Carole’s Chatter is pineapple. Our family’s favorite fruit salad showcases pineapple chunks, so it seemed like an obvious choice to share. Don’t be shy to include the pink grapefruit sections, even if you aren’t a big…
Favorite Cinnamon-Flavored Fruit Salad
Favorite Cinnamon-Flavored Fruit Salad
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Nothing beats a warm piece of pumpkin bread on a cool morning. Pumpkin Quick Bread Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups all-purpose flour (can substitute an equal amount of almond meal for up to one cup of the flour) 2/3 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 1/2 cup…
Pumpkin Quick Bread
Pumpkin Quick Bread
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The Food on Friday theme this week at Carole’s Chatter is soup, which fits nicely with the book we read for Weekend Cooking so let’s combine them. The book for this week is On the Noodle Road: From Beijing to Rome, with Love and Pasta by Jen Lin-Liu Jen…
Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup
Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup
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Have you ever had a meal or food so life-changing that you remember it years later? That was my experience with a salad (I’m feeling very “first person” today). I grew up in a time and a place where something called a salad was consistently iceberg…
Showing a Little Salad Love
Showing a Little Salad Love
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