• Baked Asparagus with Havarti Cheese and Walnuts

    It can take three years to grow a meal’s supply of asparagus in your garden, but, fortunately, markets nationwide are featuring plenty of it, sometimes in white or purple varieties. May is National Asparagus Month and you...

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  • Heart Healthy BLT Wrap

    According to foodtimeline.org, bacon and lettuce recipes can be traced all the way back to the Roman Empire. Tomatoes that complete the BLT were introduced to Europe in the 16th century and sandwiches in the 18th century....

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  • Chicken Salad Ambrosia

    As long as man has enjoyed sporting events, tailgating has been a part of it. Mostly associated today with football games and fall auto racing, “tailgating” goes back to the days of the Roman Coliseum and the...

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  • Pecan Crusted Tilapia

    When thinking about the cuisine of Mexico, you might visualize a cantina in a dusty desert town or mountain village. But when you look at a map of Mexico, you see coast lines that fall both on...

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  • Potato Pancakes

    From the dining tables of France to the farm tables of almost every country in the world, potato pancakes make a great breakfast dish or a side for any meal. When you want to be creative, add...

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  • Baked French Onion Soup

    A featured dish at fine restaurants, French onion soup in its various forms can be found in neighborhood eateries and in private homes. If you love French onion soup, but not all the work it takes to...

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  • Stuffed Squash with Chickpeas and Olives

    All squashes with hard rinds are loaded with vitamin C and beta carotene, antioxidant vitamins that have been shown to help prevent cancer, heart disease, and age-related eye problems.

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  • Spring Pasta Salad

    This recipe is perfect for everything from a carry-in to a spring party.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Zucchini Date Bread

    Make it into a nutritious breakfast cake or dessert, substituting honey and dates for the sugar in most traditional zucchini bread recipes.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • A Quiche for Every Season

    Quiche comes from the German "Kuchen" meaning cake.

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  • Cabbage Soup

    Cabbage is a good source of potassium, and vitamins A and C.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Chicken Marsala

    Chicken is a good source of the B vitamins and vitamin D, plus other important minerals and it contains all nine essential amino acids. Try this easy and fast recipe recommended by Better Homes and Gardens

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Heart Healthy BLT Wrap

    Since the 19th century, the BLT has been a staple on menus from sandwich counters to haute cuisine tea rooms.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Old Fashioned Potato Pancakes

    Potato pancakes make a great breakfast dish or a side for any meal.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Baked French Onion Soup

    A featured dish at fine restaurants, French onion soup in its various forms can be found in neighborhood eateries and in private homes.

    • Posted 4 years ago
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