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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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Budget Gourmet Mom: Traditional Southern Succotash

by Guest

In October, we celebrated our soup mixes. For November, our minds have turned to Thanksgiving and planning a meal that is both satisfying and healthy. The holidays are prime time to pack on a little extra weight, so we’ve asked some of our favorite food bloggers to bring some healthy

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Windy City Cooking: 13 Bean Soup with a Kick

by Guest

Fall can get quite chilly in Chicago (where did I put my sweatshirt?) and the best way to warm up is a homemade bowl of spicy soup.  With quality ingredients like Bob’s Red Mill’s Gluten Free Homemade Wonderful Bread mix, it is a cinch to turn an ordinary bowl of

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November Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by AmandaCarter

Holiday cooking and baking can be challenging if you or a loved one need to avoid gluten, but The Bob’s Red Mill Cooking School is here to help! We’re offering two great gluten-free classes coming up in November. Call now to register and reserve your spot: 503-654-3215 x 208. Classes

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Meatless Mondays: Amaranth Cakes

by Cassidy Stockton

We’ve been working on a special project this summer and it has sparked in us a new appreciation for some of our more unique grains, like amaranth. While I can’t tell you about our new project (expect to find out in early 2013), I can share some of the delightful

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