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Honey Drizzled Brussels Sprouts

Honey Drizzled Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts Stalks are beautiful.  I love the color, shape, and texture. Roasted Brussels Sprouts drizzled with a little honey and topped with toasted almonds is a simple ‘go to’ recipe in our house. Let’s get started… Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Pull the Brussels sprouts […]

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Lasagna

Lasagna

My Mom’s lasagna recipe is special.  To this day, I have yet to order lasagna at a restaurant, knowing it will disappoint.  I am excited to share it with you. Let’s get started… In a mixing bowl, combine cottage cheese, grated parmasean cheese, parsley flakes, salt, and […]

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Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary

Happy Halloween!  🎃 An early morning pickup ride to check fields often includes our dog, Nessie. Yesterday morning, I joined Nessie and her favorite human, Dave. Safe, underneath Dave’s arm, is where she likes to rest. Peek-a-BOO! 👻  Speaking of  BOO 👻 and Halloween 🎃, a favorite ‘scary’ beverage of […]

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Mom’s Pumpkin Bars

Mom’s Pumpkin Bars

When I think of Fall favorites, my Mom’s Pumpkin Bars immediately come to mind.  My recipe card is weathered which is a fond reminder of how many times over the years I have made these yummy Pumpkin Bars. To this day, whenever I make them, they quickly […]

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Energy Bites

Energy Bites

These little energy bites are nice to have around for a quick grab-and-go snack.  Mix up a batch, individually wrap each one and watch them disappear. Here we go… Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Place unsweetened coconut on a baking sheet. Bake for 6 minutes until coconut […]

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Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers

I picked up a few huge red peppers at our local Farmers Market and decided to roast and stuff them.  I made them a day ahead of time which is convenient, especially during Fall harvest. Let’s get started… Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Slice the peppers in […]

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Chocolate Quinoa Cake

Chocolate Quinoa Cake

Chocolate and Quinoa?  What?! Recently, my friend Sue gave me a piece of Chocolate Quinoa Cake to try.  I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW DELICIOUS THE CAKE TASTED! I was hesitant to give it a try because I lack baking skills, however, I decided to be brave and make it […]

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Corn and Wild Rice Chowder

Corn and Wild Rice Chowder

This soup recipe screams M-I-N-N-E-S-O-T-A! Southern Minnesota sweet corn and Northern Minnesota Wild Rice When these two merge, it makes for a delicious autumn soup. Let’s get started. Cook the wild rice according to the package directions.  I used a combination of low sodium chicken broth and […]

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Loaded Sloppy Joe’s

Loaded Sloppy Joe’s

There are several ways to make Sloppy Joe’s and I don’t believe I have ever had one I didn’t like.  This version is one of my favorites.  It isn’t a traditional Sloppy Joe, if there is such a thing.  It’s loaded with extras and can be made […]

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Apple Cranberry Salad

Apple Cranberry Salad

My sister-in-law often serves her Apple Cranberry Salad at family gatherings.  It’s a favorite of mine, epsecially this time of year. Let’s start with the dressing – it’s the difference maker! (Apples are in abundance on the farm these days so I like to include them in […]

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