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Easy Spinach Lasagna with Julie Sauce

It seems a bit shameless to call this a “recipe,” because it’s mostly assembling, putting together ingredients with bits and pieces of love and memory. But this lasagna recipe includes a new twist for me, something I’ll call “Julie Sauce.” … Continue reading

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Mexican Bean Salad with Blackened Sweet Potatoes

Here’s a summery, crunchy, spicy salad that is so easy to make. First, gather your ingredients: One can black beans, drained and rinsed Cooked white rice Kernals of corn (fresh is best), two ears Red and green bell pepper, chopped … Continue reading

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Lemony Parmesan Orzo Salad

This is a twist on all those great orzo salad recipes out there. Yours may be different; put in the things you like most from summer’s bounty. Gather your ingredients: dried orzo (I used one cup dry for two people … Continue reading

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Linguine with Spinach and Sun-dried Tomatoes

This is a fast, easy, healthy pasta recipe. Assemble these ingredients: linguine, 1 lb. box handful of sun-dried tomatoes bag of pre-washed baby spinach sliced mushrooms vegetable oil, 3 tablespoons give or take clove of garlic, diced fine or crushed … Continue reading

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Easy Egg Burrito

This takes 10 minutes, start to finish, and is for two small burritos. It can be as spicy as you like. First, assemble your ingredients. small flour tortillas 1 egg per burrito some diced poblano pepper (or jalapenos if you … Continue reading

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Vegan Chili That Doesn’t Taste Like it.

Update: Instead of TVP, I’ve been trying out some of the soy-based crumbles. The Publix brand soy crumbles aren’t bad, the the Boca Veggie Ground Crumbles are so much like ground beef you’ll be able to fool just about anybody. … Continue reading

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Angel Hair with Asparagus and Bruschetta

With the last of the home-grown tomatoes, I made Hubby the bruschetta I had been promising. Rather than an appetizer, we like our bruschetta served with our pasta. The first thing is to dice the tomatoes small, drizzle with olive … Continue reading

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Easy Vinaigrette

This vinaigrette dressing can be used as-is, or it can be the base for custom dressings by adding wasabi, or substituting lime juice for some of the vinegar, or whatever you like. It works as a marinade, too. 4 oz. … Continue reading

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Brussels Sprouts You Won’t Hate

Until I tasted the brussels sprouts that my brother-in-law, Ralph Murphy, does, I couldn’t get them down. They were usually like big, over-cooked wads of green paper. He roasts his–and you can do these that way–but it’s faster and uses … Continue reading

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