Double Glazed Pumpkin Scones Recipe

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Forget cookies, coffee cakes or muffins—scones are were its at! This delectable fall delicacy is nothing short of amazing—moist, sweet, spiced and everything nice! For this recipe you can use homemade pumpkin puree. Making your own pumpkin puree is easy […]

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Try Something New: Lentils

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Lentils are the perfect food to replace meat on your meatless Mondays. Lentils are legumes, related to beans and peanuts. They are tiny little morsels that pack on the health benefits your body needs—a super IRON punch (60% of recommended […]

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Ingredient Spotlight: Bay Leaves

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  Bay leaves are a wonderful addition to any soup, sauce, stew or casserole. They are mainly used dry and are just tossed into the pot of food one is cooking. When they are allowed to impart their rich and […]

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Apple Pie Muffins with Streusel Topping Recipe

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Apples are at the lowest price of the year which means it’s a great time to bake with apples! I love the smell of apples cooking. Well actually it’s probably the smell of the spices that are generally used with […]

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Work Week Menu Plan Week of 10/27/14

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It’s Halloween week! I had a bit of anxiety this week as I realized that Thanksgiving is just a month away! Time is seriously flying by! My boys finished up soccer season with a championship win on Saturday! Our schedule […]

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Roasted Acorn Squash with Walnuts & Cranberries Recipe

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Fall brings new produce in season. Winter squash is a popular fall produce that can be prepared several ways. The nice things about winter squash is that it can be stored for an extended period of time. When I find […]

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Try Something New: Sweet Dumpling Squash

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The sweet dumpling squash is one of the smallest of winter squashes. They are usually only a few inches in diameter and less than half a pound in weight. When ripe, these sweet dumplings have an attractively variegated skin in […]

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Apple Pie Filling Freezer Recipe

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Do you have a surplus of apples from a foray to the apple orchard or the farmers market or you just happened to inherit a bushel from a friend!?! I did and wondered what to do with dozens of apples—thankfully […]

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