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Squash Night: Chipotle Pork Butternut Squash Tacos & Acorn Squash with Dates and Thyme

Every autumn season, I am going to devote an entire post to the glory that is found within squash. Be it acorn, butternut, kabocha, spaghetti – I am an avid fan of each and every one of these and feel these vegetables need to be profiled accordingly. 920 more words

Nutrition

Healthy Kick: Shrimp Cobb Salad.

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Healthy Kick? What?!?! I’m joking. Kind of.  I am almost out of leftover Halloween candy, and i’m at the point where I know i’ll be eating crappy until January. 320 more words

Friday Eve: Italian Crescent Bake.

So there was a small dusting this morning. the rooftops were covered as were cars with a little ice built up on the windows. One dislike of the snow, is having to place aside 10 minutes in the morning to defrost the car. 276 more words

Autumn

Soupy Sunday: Corn Chowder.

The best part of Sunday, besides football and shopping with my mom, is dinner. Usually it’s whatever my mother cooks up, but with winter starting I made my first chowder. 83 more words

Autumn

Why Did I Cook That? Inside Out Stuffed Cabbage.

Good Question. I don’t know. I do not like cabbage, or pigs in a blanket. But, my family loves it, and my mom requested it. It was a hit with them, my father said that it was something I should make once a month. 161 more words

Autumn Cooking

Friday Eve. Tortellini Soup.

It’s crisp and cold out again, thankfully. Fall really does mean hearty soups should always be available. Even if they are frozen. One thing that was new to me this week was tortellini. 188 more words

Farro Salad with Oven-Roasted Grapes and Autumn Greens

This is a beautiful, beautiful Martha Stewart recipe. It went perfectly with roasted chicken, but I made so much that I’ve been having it for lunch every day and I’m full-on addicted.  213 more words

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