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Butternut Squash Soup with Cajun Shrimp

Butternut Squash Soup with Cajun Shrimp
Posted in : dinner, easy, fresh, potato, potatoes, recipe, soup, squash, summer, vegetables on by : Jeanette Rueb
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The title is a bit of a troublesome mouthful, but the dish itself is one you’re not going to be able to get enough of. Summer is the start of squash season, and what better way to make an easy, hearty, flavorful soup than to use the local fresh produce at the farmer’s market? I
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Garlic Dill Pickles

Garlic Dill Pickles
Comments : 1 Posted in : cucumber, easy, family, fresh, fun, pickles, recipe, summer, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian, veggies on by : Jeanette Rueb
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The last time I made pickles was when I was a kid. I remember very little of it other than it being a fun experiment. Now that more of us have been spending more time at home (and AE has already covered sourdough territory), there’s no better time than the present to experiment with canning
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Power Oats

Power Oats
Posted in : banana, breakfast, easy, fresh, fruit, healthy, oatmeal, Protein, recipe, strawberries on by : Jeanette Rueb
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This breakfast is packed with protein, probiotics, and flavor — No joke! It’s easy to make, so don’t let the extensive ingredient list deter you. It takes about five minutes from start to finish, and it’s a fantastic way to start your day. Greek yogurt is a great source of protein and probiotics. I get
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Instant Pot Bouillabaisse

Instant Pot Bouillabaisse
Posted in : classic, dinner, easy, fish, fresh, healthy, Instant Pot, recipe, savory, seafood, soup, tomatoes on by : Jeanette Rueb
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I’ve been on a mission to find a good balance between my carb-heavy diet and Hubby’s protein-heavy needs. The middle ground appears to be fish and poultry, which I can eat lots of without the negative… effects… that I get when I eat large portions of red meat. Fortunately, seafood is something I grew up
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How to Hang-Dry Plants

How to Hang-Dry Plants
Comments : 1 Posted in : easy, fresh, guide, herb, tips on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Our new home has an amazing mint garden out front and a raspberry bramble out back. As anyone who’s ever met me knows all too well, I love tea. Mint tea is the quintessential winter beverage for me, and raspberry leaf tea is like black tea’s fruity cousin. With two natural resources literally right outside
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Redcurrant and Orange Muffins

Redcurrant and Orange Muffins
Posted in : bread, breakfast, dessert, easy, fresh, fruit, muffin, orange, recipe, snack, summer, sweets on by : Jeanette Rueb
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As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I have a lot of currants. Possibly too many. I’ve been at a loss for what to do with them, but I decided to get adventurous and figure out how to best bake them while fresh (I’ve got recipes for dried ones, like my Rosewater Currant Cakes but
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Redcurrant and Kirsch Sorbet

Redcurrant and Kirsch Sorbet
Posted in : 21, alcohol, booze, dessert, easy, fresh, fruit, ice cream, juice, recipe, summer, vegan, vegetarian on by : Jeanette Rueb
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It’s summertime again, and that means my friend’s mom has currant bushes that are overflowing with fruit. This year, she taught me how to juice them using a pressure cooker, but then I was stuck with far more currant juice than I knew what to do with. I still had jelly from last year, as
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One-Pot Pasta Dinner

Comments : 2 Posted in : basil, cheese, dinner, easy, fresh, one-pot, onion, pasta, sausage, tomatoes, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Rueb

This is probably the quickest, easiest way to make dinner, be it just for you or for a small crowd. One-pot pasta is just that, all in one pot. Just cut some stuff, cook some sausage, and throw everything in the pot! It’s incredibly easy, super filling, delicious, and keeps pretty well. Here’s how it works…
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Sunshine in a Glass

Comments : 1 Posted in : food, foodie, fresh, fruit, funny, healthy, humor, orange, recipe, smoothie, summer, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Rueb

Hello, hello, dear readers! I’m back from the Wild, Wild West, and I bring you, today, a smoothie of my own creation: The great thing about summer is that the fresh fruit in the store actually looks appetizing. I decided to take advantage of both the fresh fruit and the sunshiney inspiration instilled in me
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