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Delicata Squash Soup

Carol » September 16, 2009 » In Recipes » 3 Comments

Delicata Squash

I’m sharing just in time for Winter squashes. From garden to table in no time! I use Delicata squash for this soup as it has a built-in “buttery brown sugar” taste to it, but you can use any smaller Winter squash. Plus, I just happened to have one growing in my garden…!

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Cashew-Cookie CarolBars

Carol » September 10, 2009 » In Recipes » 13 Comments

Cashew Cookie Treats

We buy and love eating Larabars, “The Original Fruit And Nut Food Bar”. Tom can carry one in his golf bag. I, on the other hand, love them with a cup of tea in the afternoon. I also carry them with me in the car in case I get too hungry while doing errands. I [...]

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An Easy And Authentic Marinara

Carol » September 06, 2009 » In Recipes » 3 Comments

Easy Marinara

I was lucky to have a neighbor’s mom, Kay, share her delicious marinara recipe years ago. When she was younger, she had lived next to a young woman from Italy who had shared her recipe. I don’t think it could be any more delicious or simple. I’m happy to pass it on.

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Vita-Mix: Strawberry-Banana Freeze

Carol » September 04, 2009 » In Recipes » 3 Comments

Strawberry Banana Freeze

I’ve had a Vita-Mix for more than 20 years now, and it would be one thing I would take to a desert island! It makes easy work of this Strawberry-Banana Freeze. I’ve called it “a blender on steroids”! Your regular blender might be able to come close, but will probably have unblended bits of frozen [...]

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Black Bean Barley Salad

Carol » September 03, 2009 » In Recipes » 4 Comments

Yummy For The Potluck

This is one of my favorite salads. I discovered it in a Weight Watcher’s recipe book many years ago; it is currently on menu, served  at a wonderful local bistro called “Sam’s”  (that used to be an old gasoline station) so it has withstood the test of time. I’d wait to add the avocado until [...]

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Carol’s Baked Oatmeal

Carol » August 30, 2009 » In Recipes » 2 Comments

Baked Oatmeal

Oh boy! It’s oatmeal again! Reminds me of Gary Larson’s Far Side cartoon where two dogs are happily waiting while their mistress puts their food out, one saying: “Oh boy! It’s dog food again!!” We have been very happy with oatmeal and blueberries for breakfast for days on end this Summer. But some days, Tom [...]

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Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Carol » August 30, 2009 » In Recipes » 1 Comment

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus With Home-Grown Sungold Cherry Tomatoes

I got my new cookbook, Lorna Sass’ Short-Cut Vegean and decided that the first recipe I would try would be Red Pepper Hummus.  First, I have to say: I love Lorna Sass! I was the biggest pressure cooker scaredy-cat years ago. But with the help of Lorna holding my hand (with her expert tips and [...]

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