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Twice Baked Squash in November’s Feast Magazine

One of my favorite things about the holidays is coming up with “Contemporary Classics.” Who doesn’t love green beans, mashed potatoes, and roast turkey for Thanksgiving? I have no desire to take away favorites dishes, but I do love to twist and turn them into something unique, something that resembles your childhood favorite but holds […]

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Acorn Squash and Kale Salad with Toasted Seeds

I have a lot of squash on my counter. Well, had a lot of squash. I spent a large majority of Sunday cubing squash and sweet potato so nothing goes bad. My hand ached at the end from the rough slicing and dicing, but it felt like the right thing to do – to save fall’s bounty […]

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Pumpkin Beer Bread from The Craft Beer Cookbook

Disclaimer: I was sent this book for free for review purposes and confirmed with the publisher that this recipe could be posted as is, with my own take on directions. Links included go to Amazon, but please consider supporting your local bookstore by looking for this cookbook there, or asking them to order the book. […]

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Tomato Pesto with Linguine

Are tomatoes typically found in season through September in the Midwest? I wouldn’t know, seeing as I’m a 2013 tomato convert. Ah well, in season or late season, the tomatoes keep coming from our CSA and I’m certainly not complaining. Merely a week ago, we received three different kinds in one box – cherry, Roma, […]

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Hatch Chile Salsa, to Reminisce

Once upon a time, I lived in New Mexico. I was 22 and had just graduated college; looking back, still a child. At the time, the move from Ann Arbor, Michigan to Albuquerque, New Mexico seemed more a short-term adventure than anything life-changing but turns out, it was both. The Southwest brought with it experiences […]

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Tomato Tart with Bacon Jam

I’m not sure exactly when I first bit into a tomato and decided that I wouldn’t let those acidic juices hit my tongue ever again. It was probably some poor, factory-grown tomato, round and red as ever, shipped to Michigan in the midst of a snow storm and purchased from the closest grocery store so […]

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Citrus Salad with Feta

The sun doesn’t peek out from behind the grey very often during a Midwest winter. Though the winter season varies in length between, say, Missouri and Michigan (four months or so in the former, a never ending six months in the latter), the grey subsists across the sky. Cabin fever is a real thing (something […]

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White Bean and Kale Salad for Clean Eating

We are officially swimming through 2013, folks. Whether or not you participate in making resolutions, it means a fresh start and a fresh experience – one that only you have control over! I love that about a new year. It’s a natural jumping off point, a springboard for change. So, why not take that leap? […]

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Slow Cooker Cocktail Meatballs for New Year’s Eve

I’m telling you, the best decision I’ve made during this holiday season was to take January 2nd off work. I can’t even tell you how much I’m looking forward to just one more day to get things together before the new year begins! I have to say though, our break was fantastic and in fact, […]

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Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad & A Few Things

Good evening! You know, I’d be perfectly happy if Monday just didn’t exist but I do have to say, it forces me get back into a schedule. Plus, if there was no Monday, Tuesday would be the new Monday and we’d all be complaining about Tuesday. Plus, last Monday night I made these awesome macaroni […]

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