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purple potatoes and flowers

Purple German Potato Salad

There is nothing quite like the little thrill you get when you slice open a sweet potato and see…purple. These Stokes Purple Sweet Potatoes from Frieda’s are brilliant in color (the color intensifies when they are cooked) and they are not quite as sweet as a regular sweet potato so they’re versatile for both sweet […]

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butter nut squash muffins

Butternut Squash Muffins with Mulling Spices

Sorry, kids – if Mom’s got a New Year’s resolution to eat better, you’re going to have to eat better too. But the good news is, you won’t have to suffer taste-wise. These butternut squash muffins with mulling spices have a nice cake-y texture, they’re moist but not too sweet, and they smell amazing when they’re […]

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lemon pudding

Meyer Lemon-Honey Ricotta Pudding

There’s something special about Meyer lemons. They’re intensely fragrant and they’re not quite as tart as their other lemon counterparts, which makes them wonderful for baking. And their color is such a beautiful bright yellow it’s almost peachy. So…now that you’ve probably already encountered an avalanche of holiday cookies, cakes, chocolate, candy canes – are […]

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Purple Pie

Lovely Leftovers

Leftovers, let me tell you: You’ve got an image problem. It starts with your name: Leftovers. You’re basically telling everyone that you are the food that no one had use for the first time around. How are you going to get anyone interested in you with a reputation like that? The truth is, you’re still […]

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black garlic hummus

Black Garlic Pumpkin Hummus

It’s getting closer and closer to October 31 and we just can’t resist making more Halloween-themed food. Our friends over at Frieda’s Specialty Produce sent us a bunch of spooky foods including rambutan and Buddha’s hand citron, but the black garlic was the most mysterious. Why is it black? What does it taste like? And […]

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sweet potato apple tian

Heirloom Apple and Sweet Potato Tian

Have you ever taken a bite of a store-bought apple and said to yourself, “How can something that supposedly grew in the sun, on a tree, have so little flavor?” Yeah, us too. But fortunately, now that it’s prime apple season, your chances of getting a good apple have improved dramatically. Earlier this month Frieda’s […]

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