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French Bread Pizza Recipe

    My favorite game day of the year is coming this Sunday and it also the second biggest eating day of the year.  True fact!  My favorite sport +
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Cheesy Pull Apart Bread Recipe

Merry Almost Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!  I am taking a wee break from cooking, playing games, watching football, and puzzling to bring you a quick new recipe.  This cheesy pull
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Rustic Heirloom Tomato Tart With Gluten-Free Crust Recipe

Supermarket tomatoes have nothing on summer, garden tomatoes.  Tomatoes need sunlight, heat, and rich soil to develop their sweet flavor and juiciness.   And once picked, they should not be
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Crostini with Burrata and Blackberry-Thyme Chia Jam Recipe

I have really cut back significantly on flour-based foods like pasta, bread, and baked goods.  Part of the reason is to maintain better blood sugar stability/lower inflammation and part of
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Moo Shu Vegetable Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce Recipe

Can you believe I am still digging through all my new cookbooks??  This week’s recipe comes from the new book of my friends Adam and Ryan, also known as @HusbandsThatCook.
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Cornflake “Fried” Chicken with Sauerkraut Citrus Coleslaw Recipe

Spring must be cookbook season, because I am loaded with new ones right now!  My friend Liz Moody sent me her new book Healthier Together and it’s right up my
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Raw Tacos Recipe

I need you to be open-minded about this one. 😉  First off, by “raw tacos” I do not mean raw animal protein.  That would be ridiculous and awful.  I mean
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Grain-free Seed Crackers Recipe

I’m conflicted writing about a recipe that comes from a book about detoxing and cleansing since I do neither.  But I do like Gwyneth Paltrow’s taste in food and her
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I come from a large Italian-American family with 28 first cousins (on one side of the family!) where sit-down holiday dinners for 85 people are the norm (how, you might ask – organization! But more on that later …).

Some of my fondest memories are of simple family gatherings, both large and small, with long tables of bowls and platters piled high, the laughter of my cousins echoing and the comfort of tradition warming my soul.

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