Roasted Red Pepper Pesto

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Something very lovely happens to red peppers when you roast them. They become infused with an irresistible aroma and filled with a sweet syrup. This recipe uses roasted red peppers to make a rich pesto that is delicious on pasta, bruschetta, polenta, etc. The options are endless.

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Maple Walnut Stuffed Baked Apples

Maple Walnut Baked Apples recipe

As a kid, my mom would often make baked apples. They’re quick to prepare and they make a relatively healthy treat: just apples, maple syrup, spices, walnuts, and a bit of butter. If you’re a fan of apple pie but you can’t stand making pie crust, then this is the recipe for you. This dessert hits the apple pie spot, without the fuss of a crust and peeling and chopping of apples. Kids love making and eating this simple dessert.

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Pickled Eggplant in Olive OIl

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There are few things more satisfying than growing your own eggplant. First, there are so many different varieties to choose from, of all different shapes, sizes, and colors.

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Rye Berry Salad

Rye Berry Salad recipe

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I’ve been a fan of rye for a long time, but this summer has really sealed the deal for my love affair with the handsome grain. Rye is a wholesome and incredibly nutritious grain and for the past few years, I’ve had the joy of watching it grow.

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Blackberry Swirl Cheesecake

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In my books, there’s really nothing that beats a slice of classic cheesecake, especially when summer is in its full glory and the berries are fresh and plentiful!

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Creamy Wild Blueberry Frozen Yogurt (With or Without an Ice Cream Maker)

Wild Blueberry Frozen Yogurt recipe

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Late summer in the northeast means wild blueberries! There are few pleasures in life as satisfying as picking wild blueberries. It takes time, but it forces you to slow down and appreciate ever little berry. I never get tired of fresh blueberries. I eat them every day while they’re in season, usually with a generous amount of cream and maple syrup.

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Grilled Butterflied Cornish Hen

Grilled Butterflied Cornish Hen recipe

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I used to think Cornish hen were a rare and exotic wild bird, but it turns out they’re just a younger version of the standard broiler chicken. Nothing fancy there except their meat is so much more tender and succulent than chicken!

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Healthier Homemade “Oreos”

Healthier Homemade Oreos recipe

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As a kid, my mom didn’t allow a lot of processed and sugary foods into our kitchen and so when I’d go to my friend’s house, I was always fascinated (obsessed is probably more like it) with all the sugary breakfast cereals, and especially the Oreo cookies. As much as I complained about our junk food-free lifestyle as a kid, as an adult, I’ve turned out much like my mom and barely ever buy processed foods because of all the unpronounceable ingredients, the unlabeled GMOs, and the bulky packaging which for the most part ends up in landfill sites. Besides, I find it way more fun to make my own.

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