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Beef and Vegetable Stew

Need a hearty stew to warm your bones in winter? Look no further than this tasty beef and vegetable soup.

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Chicken Cassoulet with Acorn Squash

This recipe was featured in a slideshow on Cooking Light and also appears on MyRecipes.com. I’ve added some tips to alter the recipe for it to go faster and still be as tasty (or ‘Rachel Ray-ed’ it, as my roommate would say). This is a zesty soup filled with autumn flavors. A cassoulet is a […]

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Roasted Root Vegetables

There is nothing quite so tasty as fresh produce. Especially when it comes straight from your own garden. My sister and I had a feast the other day. We spent the morning in the garden, weeding out of control grass, pruning tomato plants, and harvesting lots of fresh stuff. We spent most of the afternoon […]

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Salad Rolls

If you like Asian food (Thai, Chinese, whatever) you must have tried salad roles before. They can be expensive when you eat out–but these appetizers are super easy to make. Here’s how: Ingredients Rice spring roll wraps (in the store they are called Spring Roll Skins and look like this:) 1 package tofu, if desired […]

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Curried Apple Chicken Stir Fry

This is a variation of Gluten-Free Goddess’ Chicken Curry Apple Stir-Fry recipe. This is easy to make and tastes pretty close to restaurant Thai food. I used elbow rice noodle pasta instead of rice, but I’m sure any kind of rice noodle will work for this dish. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red […]

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Tomato and Vegetable Soup

So, when I made this soup a few days ago two things went wrong. First, I didn’t use enough tomatoes. Second, I added a little Tabasco sauce to spice it up, only to come down with a terrible sore throat that night (not from the soup, basically everyone I know is ill right now — […]

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Summer Squash, Potato, and Carrot Purée with pistou

So yesterday in my garden class we harvested buckets of squash (and zucchini–don’t worry, it will show up later), bunches of carrots, and pounds of potatoes. And I thought to myself, “What could I make with this that is yummy + new + pretty easy?” Answer: purée. Let me just say that I love purées. […]

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