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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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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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