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Easy Spring Garlic and Oregano Meatballs

Who doesn’t love a good, spicy meatball? After harvesting bunches and bunches of spring garlic this year I was excited to incorporate it into every meal I was planning. This recipe happens to be a delicious way to use the spicy, herbaceous, tender spring garlic stalks. It’s also simple enough for a weeknight and sure to …

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Warm Asparagus Salad With Habanero and Feta

We wait all winter for asparagus and when it arrives we rejoice. It’s spring, the birds are singing, the snow is melting and we get to feast on the tender shoots of asparagus that are emerging from the waking ground. Because I don’t believe in and don’t want to contribute to the culture of eating …

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Peanut Butter, Honey, and Banana Milkshake – 4 Wholesome Ingredients

Who doesn’t love the combination of peanut butter, honey, and bananas? It’s especially great when it’s in the form of a wholesome milkshake! Give your kids a treat that you can feel good about. This recipe is for the young, or at least the young at heart. Do you remember eating peanut butter, honey, and …

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Easy Classic Caesar Dressing With Simple Salad Instructions

All hail Caesar! No, really… is there a better salad in all of history?! I think not. My life would surely be incomplete without my beloved Caesar salad. The simplicity of the crisp romaine salad is the perfect palette for the bold flavors of the intense lemon, garlic, Parmesan, and anchovy dressing. I guess if …

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Creamy Garlic Dill Dressing for Salad, Chicken, or Fish

I’ve been on a big-time salad kick the last few weeks. The holidays tend to bog me down with heavy winter foods and starting in January I always crave salad. Not just a weak little side salad — I want a real, meal-sized salad. Salad dressing is one condiment I never buy. It’s easy to …

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Date-Sweetened Winter Squash Pie With Maple Whipped Cream

I’m a big fan of winter squash. I love growing them, I love eating them, I love the way they look around the house and decorating my table and front door. They are so colorful, bright, and beautiful! But what I love most about winter squash is the deep sweet flavor that you get when …

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Curried Lamb Meatballs With Soaked Farro Pilaf and Raw Tahini

This is a recipe I come back to time and time again. You might call it a “signature dish.” I make these curried lamb meatballs with soaked farro pilaf for friends and family alike and it’s always a huge success because it’s visually stunning, easy to prepare, and tastes amazing. A surprising amount of lamb …

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Winter Squash and Ginger Cream Soup

I harvested a hefty crop of winter squash this year. I grew two standout varieties that I’m really happy with. The first is a small winter pumpkin called Winter Luxury and it’s a real beauty. Weighing just around 5 pounds, it is easy to handle and makes a great pie pumpkin. The second, my absolute favorite, …

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Easy Blueberry Clafoutis

This French-style cobbler is simple to make but sure to impress. Clafoutis (pronounced cla-foo-tee) is French for cobbler. But it’s not anything like the American-style berry cobblers. Clafoutis has a delicate pudding-like texture that is simple but refined. It is so extremely versatile that you can use any berry or stone fruit you have on …

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