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How To Cook Spaghetti Squash

Don’t let that big yellow spaghetti squash at  the Farmers Market intimidate you! It’s one of the easiest vegetables to make. No peeling, no dicing, just pop it into the oven  or microwave. When it’s tender, cut and scrape out the seeds. Then rake the inside with a fork  into long strands.  How can you resist that happy,  sunshiny yellow color?  …

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Bruschetta with Tomatoes and Basil

This bruschetta with fresh tomatoes and basil couldn’t be easier. It’s a favorite that’s always  on the menu when we visit the kids in Atlanta.  Telaryn doesn’t follow a recipe and after  you’ve made if once you won’t need to either. Bruschetta (pronounced brusketta),  is a classic Italian appetizer. It’s a simple mixture of chopped fresh tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, salt, pepper, garlic, and olive oil. That’s it! Use as manytomatoes …

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Big Green Drink…VITAMIX

HEALTHY HEALTHY HEALTHY !!! BIG GREEN DRINK i prefer the VITAMIX method… WHAT YOU PUT IN IS WHAT YOU GET OUT maybe someday i might buy a real juicer for something different, but for now i enjoy the vitamix.  it retains all, i mean ALL the nutrients and fiber everyBODY is looking for. PS…the biggest selling point for me was …

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Effortless Fennel, Sausage & Tomato Tray-Bake

No one in my family likes fennel.  Or at least they didn’t until last weekend, when I set out to change their minds by making this tray-bake brimming with lovely fresh fennel, snappy pork chipolatas, shallots and dear little carrots. Roasting vegetables concentrates their flavours and brings out the sweetness in shallots, carrots and fennel. My husband, who loathes the taste …

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Velvety Cream of Asparagus Soup…non dairy

simple, elegant, healthy, satisfying, rich and velvety smooth. a perfect soup for a chilly night after you’ve had a big lunch out with the relatives. soup is always a great make-ahead meal to have on hand for a quick comfort food dinner when you’re just too tired to lift a finger…to whip up an easy pureed soup with just about …

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Asparagus in Vinaigrette

Asparagus in VinaigretteWhen purchasing asparagus look for straight stalks with compact pointed tips. They should be no thicker than a fat crayon. Before cooking snap off the inch of woody white fiber at the base. Serves 41 pound asparagus2 tablespoons soy sauce2 tablespoons rice vinegar1/3 cup canola oil2 teaspoons sesame seed oil1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds. Steam asparagus

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Roasted Asparagus

Don’t let the cold spring rain showers deter you from thinking that it’s spring. Spring brings new produce to the fruit and vegetables stands and the first to appear is asparagus. If you haven’t try roasting it, try it, you will not be disappointed. Roasted AsparagusServes 41 1/2 pounds asparagus, tough ends snapped off1 tablespoon olive oilsalt and pepperPreheat oven …

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