Yum Kid: Vegetarian Cheesy Quinoa Bites

by Guest

Thanksgiving is by far one of my favorite holidays because it is focused on all the things that are dear to me—food and eating food with family and friends. I love to feed my friends.  These vegetarian cheesy bites are a nice alternative to Mac n Cheese on the Thanksgiving

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Quinoa Pilaf with Butternut Squash & Pomegranate

Family Spice: Whole Wheat Apple and Cranberry Galette

by Guest

The meaning behind Thanksgiving and the holiday season can sometimes be forgotten because the focus and attention is all on the food. Family traditions are cherished and classic dishes grace the holiday table. Unfortunately for many, caution is thrown away and everyone over-indulges with a marathon of flavors, eating non-stop,

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Erica Kerwien at www.comfybelly.com

Got Chocolate: Chocolate-Covered Pumpkin Brownies

by Guest

This recipe comes from Laura of Got Chocolate. Of herself, Laura says she “is a high-strung, hyena-laughing Chocoholic, wife and mother of one.”  Laura blogs at GotChocolate.com where she’s your chocoholic guide, sharing sinfully decadent to healthy chocolate-themed recipes, humor and even her occasional baking mishaps!  If it has

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Amelia Hard

December Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by AmandaCarter

Get inspired at The Bob’s Red Mill Cooking School! After Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s easy to feel burned out on cooking and baking. Fear not: we’ve got the cure for your kitchen fatigue with two wonderful holiday-themed classes the will reinvigorate this December. Call now to register and

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Daisy At Home: Thanksgiving Salad

by Guest

We love this recipe from Sarah of Daisy At Home! What a fun alternative to the rice pilafs and other grain dishes that we see every year! The spelt berries have a lovely chewy texture and the cranberries keep this dish perfectly seasonal. If you don’t have spelt berries

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Harvest Sweet Bean Pie

by Sarah House

I first heard of Bean Pie while listening to KCRW’s Good Food podcast.  Bean pies are a staple of traditional Southern cuisine but not as popular nowadays as many other holiday dishes from that region.  There was a surge of interest in beans pies in the 60’s and early 70’s

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