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Hearty Kale Salad

Hearty Kale Salad with Tahini-Maple Dressing

Our family has loved this Hearty Kale Salad with Tahini-Maple Dressing for years. Our mom used to make some version of it all the time. And during those years, it’s gone through many iterations – and names. So here’s the thing: We’ve always called it “Whole Earth Salad,” a name that seemed perfectly fitting. And […]

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Rhubarb Upside Down Cake

Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake Recipe

Yes, you can get rhubarb in the winter. And then best thing to do with winter rhubarb might just be this Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake. First – rhubarb? Yes – You can read all about rhubarb and what to do with it here. Many well-stocked grocery stores are carrying this amazing vegetable-that-we-treat-as-a-fruit right now. Grown in […]

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cauliflower soup pin

Tomato Cauliflower Egg Drop Soup – Whole30 Compliant

You’re going to love this tomato cauliflower egg drop soup… for more reasons than you realize. Yes, it tastes good. But it’s also an easy way to help you as you reset your diet or stick to a plant-and-protein diet. Let’s start with the cauliflower rice part. We keep hearing about cauliflower rice, but we […]

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hedgehog cookies

Hedgehog Cookies – So Easy and Adorable

Need a fun treat? These hedgehog cookies have the double benefit of being both easy and adorable. When we decided we needed some hedgehog cookies in our life, we started searching for various recipes. We saw some variations on Pinterest. But many of those cookies flattened out when they baked. We thought our hedgehogs deserved […]

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tomato pesto frittata

Tomato-Pesto Frittata and the Greatest Tomatoes from Europe

Why is this the perfect time of year for a Tomato-Pesto Frittata? It’s impressive, it’s easy, and it’s made to satisfy a crowd. So then what makes this frittata so special? The right tomatoes, of course. (And as the Jolly Tomato, we know our tomatoes.) For all of our canned and jarred tomatoes, we’re choosing […]

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German stollen

Authentic German Stollen Recipe for the Holidays

German stollen (Christmas bread) has been a fixture of the Jolly Tomato family’s Christmas for as long as any of us can remember. In fact, it’s so deeply embedded in our Christmas traditions that it kind of hadn’t occurred to us to post the recipe before now. (Doesn’t everyone make stollen at Christmastime?) Our mom […]

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