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yellow carrot ribbon salad

Yellow Carrot Ribbon Salad

This Yellow Carrot Ribbon Salad is going to appeal to just about every little bunny and rabbit in your house. If you’re cooking for Easter, Passover, or just a lively spring meal, chances are you’re going to need a simple side dish. And if you’re tired of the usual green lettuce salad, you should definitely […]

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baby kale

Warm Baby Kale-Leek Salad in Crispy Cups

Do you need a salad that doesn’t really look like a salad? Then this Warm Baby Kale-Leek Salad in Crispy Cups is the salad for you. The inspiration for this salad came from the fact that we’re now seeing baby kale all over the place. It reminds us that there are so many ways to […]

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Gluten Free Crackers

Gluten-Free Crackers Made with Cheddar Cheese

Seriously, who has time to make homemade crackers?!? Trust me when we say, we hear you.  BUT – There’s something just wonderfully simple about these little gluten-free crackers. First you just throw a few ingredients in the food processor. Then you roll them out and cut them (heck, let your kids do that part). Last, […]

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Hoppin' John

Quick Hoppin’ John with Kale

How quick is this Hoppin’ John recipe? Let’s put it this way: We just got off a cross-country flight last night, we’re tired to the bone, and yet making this dish is still the most low-key thing we’re going to do today. Of course, a traditional slow-cooked Hoppin’ John – a New Year’s black-eyed pea […]

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celebration beer rolls

Celebration Beer Rolls and Baking with Beer

Yes, you can bake amazing things with beer, and yes, the whole family can enjoy it. Our proof? These tasty Celebration Beer Rolls. Let’s start with the beer. Beer adds a hearty, yeast-y flavor  to many baked or stewed dishes. The alcohol content isn’t an issue because you don’t use that much beer in any […]

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Valentine's Day Appetizer - Bruschetta Hearts

Valentine’s Day Appetizer – Bruschetta Hearts

It’s nearly that time of year again, when almost all food is colored red and/or shaped like hearts. And of course that means it’s a great time to make a Valentine’s Day appetizer. If you’re looking for something super-easy, fast, and love-able, you’re going to want these Bruschetta Hearts. The most basic bruschetta involves toasted […]

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