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Grilled cheese sandwiches are the perfect match for soups, especially tomato soup. This recipe was created by our friends at Rogue Creamery and they suggest using a mild bread of...
Tofu is made from fermented soybeans, which can seem like a strange thing to eat. But even people who are new to tofu are surprised how delicious this side dish can be! The sesame...
This recipe of British origin is a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes or to spruce up the usual mashed potato side dish by adding vegetables and pan frying. You can make...
There’s something about dark and cold evenings that make warm, spiced, mulled wine a magical treat. Mulled wine is similar in concept to sangria, but served warm rather than iced...
Wild rice is a whole grain rich in phenolic compounds (i.e. antioxidants). This gluten-free, rice “stuffing” dish fits perfectly into any holiday or every day meal and can be...
This recipe is very simple, yet extremely flavorful. Because there are so few ingredients, it’s important to get the tastiest that you can find. Normally, roasted nuts are...
Pickling peppers when they’re ready lets you enjoy the their flavor and nutritional benefits year-round. Tacos and nachos provide an excellent venue to pile them onto your plate....
The fall harvest brings a bounty of tomatoes that can be hard to keep up with. If you have the room, one trick is to put whole tomatoes into freezer bags and store in the freezer...
This month’s recipe combines two intriguing scientific studies: one on peaches and one on tea. These make the perfect combination for a refreshing drink on a hot August night....
Who knew you could grill peaches? This is a fun and easy dessert to add to your backyard BBQ. The Science Stone fruits such as peaches and nectarines are an important fruit...
For some reason, apricots are one of those fruits that come and go in the blink of an eye. They come on fast and furious, and you have a very short window of time to deal with an...
These pancakes look very impressive and are deceptively easy to make although you do need a blender. Dutch oven pancakes differ from regular pancakes in that you bake your batter...

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