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Raspberry lemonade featured photo
When I lived in Florence, Italy, for five years one of my favorite things to do was head to a bar with my friends and drink an icy glass of sparkling lemonade. Forever fans of a little drama and lots of sweets, Italians love mixing fruit and soda water to give it an exciting zing! This Italian raspberry lemonade recipe combines two of my favorites.What...
Gluten-free bread recipes
It used to be hard to find gluten-free bread recipes; now the problem is choosing from so many. Here's a short list of five hot, hot, hot recipes I came up with after doing some research. I like the variety--from French bread and Paleo bread, to sandwich bread. 1. Karina’s Gluten-Free Bread Recipe The Gluten-free Goddess blog published this recipe, among many other...
Easy spinach quiche recipe that's lowfat
This is the easy spinach quiche recipe I make that my kids can’t get enough of. The first time I cooked it, I didn’t tell them until after the first bite that it contained spinach. I figured it was a good way to work in that healthy green on the sly. They were surprised -- and I was delighted. What makes it so...
Slow cooker soup recipe by Cookie Rookie
Every time I get out the slow cooker from the bottom shelf in the kitchen, I feel a small jolt of excitement. It’s such a pleasure to return home after a busy day and find a hot meal waiting! And since my family loves soup, I decided to set out across the vast landscape of the Internet to search for healthy slow cooker soup recipes to try...
vegetables are part of your meal planning
Whether you love cooking or not, it's time consuming. Sometimes I get so tired of trying to think of what to cook for my family of four! The result is that we end up eating the same rotation of dishes from week to week. Ugh. The best solution I've found is meal planning. Regular meal planning takes commitment up front. You...
Blackberry pudding receipt by Travis Neighbor Ward Close up
Blackberry pudding gives me a warm feeling of nostalgia for summer. It reminds me of wandering through fields in Massachusetts, picking fruit as I walk, or hiking on woodland mountain trails here in Georgia, where they grow high above the valleys.As a gardener I know that blackberry plants are invasive and will take over any spot of land to form a...

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