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Purple Snow Peas and Walnuts

We’re about to make your summer a little…purple-r. (Hey, that’s a good thing!) You know how there’s nothing like a crisp, tender, and sweet snow pea? Now imagine that same tasty veggie, but in real honest-to-goodness purple form, and you have these amazing Purple Snow Peas from Frieda’s Produce. The snow peas have deep purple […]

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Butternut Squash Soup Shooters

Is it too much to hope for a picky eater to love butternut squash soup? Sure, you can eventually get a kid to try something easy, like chicken noodle soup. But with a pureed soup, the picky eater is always suspicious that there’s something lurking in there. We stumbled upon a solution to this issue […]

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Honey/Balsamic Kuri Squash

It’s autumn, which means that every time you go to a market, you’ll find squashes of all colors, shapes, and sizes. The other day, my sister-in-law mentioned that she has been enjoying a sweet little squash known as a red kuri squash, which I had never heard of before. Then, whaddya know, the next day […]

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Homemade Peanut Butter

Are you annoyed when you see trans fats and sugars on your peanut butter label? Are you nervous about all of the recent nut butter recalls due to salmonella?  Are you tired of paying for peanut butter packaging, labeling, and advertising? There’s a simple solution. Make your own. Today over at Eating Rules we have a special guest post […]

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Real Food: Potatoes

Did you know that August 19 is National Potato Day? In case you hadn’t already planned to make potatoes part of your weekend menu, you now have the perfect excuse. Why potatoes? They’re high in fiber, potassium and Vitamin C and provide more energy and protein than wheat, rice, and corn. And besides being good […]

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