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Eggplant, Squash and Tomato Casserole

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Ingredients: 1 eggplant cut into ¼ inch thick slices and quartered 1 lb of squash cut into ¼ inch slices, bite size Cooking spray 1 lb tomatoes, seeded and cut into ¼ inch slices 1 ½ tbsp olive oil ¼ tsp salt ¼ tsp ground black Continue Reading

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Sorrel Pesto

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Ingredients: 2 c coarsely chopped fresh sorrel, ribs removed 1/3 c fresh parsley 2 cloves garlic roughly chopped 1/3 c freshly grated parmesan cheese ¼ c pine nuts ½ tsp salt ¼ c olive oil Instructions: In a food processor or blender puree the sorrel, Continue Reading

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Cauliflower Salad

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Ingredients: 1 head of cauliflower 2 hard boiled eggs 1/3 c mayonnaise 1 tbsp mustard 1 tsp fresh dill 1 tbsp chopped dill pickles or pickle relish 2 tsp chopped spring onions 1 tsp chopped chives 1 tsp vinegar ½ tsp salt to taste ½ tsp Continue Reading

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Beet, Carrot, and Apple Salad

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Ingredients: Dressing: Zest and juice of 1 orange Zest and juice of 1 lemon or lime 2 tbsp sherry vinegar ¾ c olive oil salt and ground black pepper Salad: 1 lb beets, peeled and cut into matchsticks 2 large carrots, peeled and cut into matchsticks Continue Reading

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Baked Veggie Rings with Herb Dip

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I’m not a sweets person. I don’t often crave chocolate, I can go without candy, and if given the option, I’d take potato chips over a donut. I do really love ice cream, but I think that’s because Tim is so good at making it. But, even then, Continue Reading

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Kohlrabi Stuffed with Cabbage and Apple

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When I think of kohlrabi, I think of a taste that’s like a combination of broccoli and cauliflower. It’s kinda sweet and mild and buttery. When I look at kohlrabi, I think of Yoda… Green, kinda funny looking, but really awesome when you give it Continue Reading

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Broccoli and Goat Cheese Wraps

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I saved a wrap for Tim to eat when he got home from work. He came into the office and told me that it was really good. He loved how the broccoli was tender, with just a bit of crunch. That the nuts gave more crunch. Continue Reading

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Potato Pancakes

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It’s finally arrived. The day of my favorite meal: Thanksgiving. I don’t know if it’s my favorite because it only happens once a year though. If I could only have one meal for the rest of my life, I don’t know that it would be Continue Reading

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Twice Cooked Beets with Pomegranates and Goat Cheese

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It’s chilly today. And it’s delightful. I’m still wearing flip flops, but I’ve got thick socks on too (don’t judge). I’ve been seeing on social media that some places are already getting snow. I complain about how hot it is here at this time of Continue Reading

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Winter Squash Dip

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I’m a big supporter of fall. I love it when the leaves change color, the chill that creeps into the air, and the winter squash that start to appear in our Abundant Harvest Organics boxes. This fall is no different. I’m in the mood for Continue Reading

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Carrot Pasta with Tarragon

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If I told you that this was another dish where versatility is key, would you be surprised? It’s the way that I cook, so as often as possible, I will offer alternatives. Just in case it’s a different season when you read this post, in Continue Reading

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Veggie Pot Pie

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Pot pie is one of my favorite foods. I think I say that a lot though. So many foods are favorites that I’m starting to lose track. I guess it depends on the season. Pot pie is one of those dishes that I don’t make all Continue Reading

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Tuna Boats

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There are so many things that you can do with tuna. It makes a fabulous sandwich, one of my favorites. It’s a great addition to pasta, one of my comfort foods. And, it’s good in a boat. Specifically a boat made of veggies. This is Continue Reading

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All Season Fennel Pizza

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It can be tough to transition from one season to the next. I never quite know what I’m in the mood for… Do I still want a hearty winter veggie soup, or am I ready for snap peas and asparagus? I have a few go Continue Reading

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Citrus Carrots

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Photo by subscribers John and Janelle Fulwyler Ingredients: 5-6 carrots washed and cut into rounds or matchsticks ½ cup veggie broth Juice of one orange or lemon 1 green garlic chopped 1 tsp basil Fresh parsley chopped, to taste Sea salt and ground pepper Instructions : Simmer Continue Reading

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French Spring Soup

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Photo by subscribers John and Janelle Fulwyler. Ingredients: 4 Tbsp butter 1 tsp ground pepper 1 lb leeks, chopped 1 tsp salt 1 whole onion or 2 small, chopped 1 pinch dill 1 Tbsp chopped parsley 1/3 cup barley 1 clove garlic, minced 1 cup chopped Continue Reading

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Nopales Wraps

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It’s nopales time again! Who knew that cactus leaves could be so fun to eat?! Last week I made them into a relish. I also used them in Borscht. Today, I’ve sautéed them with onions, added scrambled eggs, and wrapped it all in a lettuce Continue Reading

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Warm Beet Salad with Fruit and Nuts

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It’s spring. It’s time for flip flops and tank tops, warm breezes and sunshine, and a change in fruits and veggies. But, before we get to all things spring, let’s compromise with winter a bit. Let’s ask her to stay a while longer before we Continue Reading

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Artichoke Heart Dip

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When I was a kid we ate artichokes dipped in mayo. Nothing fancy. We each got a whole artichoke and we dipped then scraped it all off with our teeth. That’s the simple way to do artichokes. And you could do that here too. Just steam the artichokes, dip Continue Reading

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Chicken Noodle Soup

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I know that Chicken Noodle Soup is one of those meals that’s made when someone feels under the weather. But, I want to enjoy it any day. It’s just so good. It starts with some chicken that’s cooked in a bit of olive oil. The Continue Reading

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