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What's Cooking this Fall

What's Cooking this Fall

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    Anytime Vegetable Curry

    Curry has been on my dinner rotation quite often lately. Maybe you tried the eggplant one I shared with you recently. Well here’s another take on this versatile dish and a little more info on how to make it your own. What is curry you ask? I made a vegetable curry with some kids at […]

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    Classic Beef Stew

    Growing up, beef stew was a staple in my mom’s cooking. I knew we were having it for dinner the moment I walked in the door. It’s one of those dishes that fills the house up with warm, comforting flavors. Often, she’d cook it in her slow cooker – allowing it to be a practical […]

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    One Pot Meal: Sausage, New Potato & Vegetable Hash

    This is my favorite thing to eat in August when corn and green beans are ready, there is lots of summer squash, and new potatoes are just coming in. It’s colorful, full of bright flavors, and totally satisfying for breakfast, lunch, or supper. It’s good cold as leftovers. It practically makes itself, and unlike many […]

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    Curried Squash Apple Soup

    This is the start of soup season at my house. Soups are comforting and can be super easy, like this amazingly delicious 3 ingredient soup (there are 3 main ingredients, but there are some spices and cider that you’ll need, too). The original recipe is from Ina Garten, but I’ve made a few adjustments to reduce the […]

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    Sauteed Brussel Sprouts

    Sautéed Brussel Sprouts Serves 4 2 cups Brussels sprouts 2 tablespoons olive oil Zest of 1 lemon ¼ cup parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon fresh, chopped herbs Over medium high heat, sauté the Brussels sprouts in the olive oil. Cook until just starting to brown, 3-4 minutes. Add ½ cup water to the pan with the […]