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This three ingredient recipe is so simple to make we almost didn't write it up.  But wow - apples on the grill make any meal pop!
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With frosty blue stars floating on top, this minted peach and cucumber soup is a refreshing summer treat that is far easier to make than its fancy looks would suggest.  This soup works best if left over night to chill so it's perfect for parties - and the spike of jalapeno and sweetness of the blueberry makes a nice contrast to your normal summer fare!
Published in Soups & Stews
I like this recipe because I can precook the ribs in the oven at my leisure, freeze them, and pull them out of the freezer in time to thaw when needed. Then they need only go on the grill for sufficient time to reheat them, about ten minutes. Baking them in a covered pan with chicken broth and a little soy sauce makes them succulent. It works well with gluten free sauce. This recipe has always been a favorite of guests at a cookout. The flavor reminds me of ribs in Chinese restaurant.
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This meal can be pepared ahead of time, then refrigerated for up to a day ready to be popped in the oven when needed.
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The trick to this recipe is to only stir fry the peas or asparagus until heated. This leads to a simple refreshing, crisp side dish. One can vary the flavorings to taste.
Published in Salads & Sides
This is a way to jazz up brussel sprouts.
Published in Salads & Sides
I didn't have any chutney around so I used aprircot jam and curry powder to make a "faux chutney." I think this is an improvement. I further adapted the recipe for taste and to use items at hand.
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This is a very quick and easy to prepare entree that, with the proper choice of salsa, can meet most food allergy requirements.
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With only 3 ingredients and no ice cream maker required, this is a simple and fun treat the kids can help with on those hot summer days!
Published in Desserts
This delicious stir-fry has just a hint of sweetness and a ton of flavor. Free of milk, gluten, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and wheat.
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