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Meatless Monday – Beet Veggie Burgers with Pickled Onions - What is more American than a juicy burger, except for maybe baseball, hot dogs and apple pie, and I would argue about that… Well these burgers may not be traditional in that they are plant based, primarily quinoa and pinto beans and they get their lovely color from raw shredded beets, but they can definitely […]
D’Anjou Pears in Vanilla Brandy Syrup (with Canning Instructions) - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
These delicious and pretty poached pears could be your new holiday treat! This recipe showcases the pears natural delicate flavor but adding a few spicy peppercorns and anise, along with the richness of the vanilla and brandy to the sugar syrup creates a wonderfully flavorful dessert.  These lovely pears can be…
Easy No Peel Applesauce -   It’s that time of year!  It’s Apple Harvest and time to share my recipe for the easiest applesauce recipe ever, perfect for even the laziest of cooks.  This is my most googled recipe with over 7000 hits since its original posting in 2015, most of them in September and October.  With that kind of […]
Spaghetti with The Best ‘No Cook’ Tomato Sauce - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
If you are not in the mood to cook when it’s so hot outside – don’t.  Try this pasta with an easy but delicious ‘no cook’ sauce made from sun ripened tomatoes, fresh basil and oregano, garlic and olive oil.  It sounds simple and it is, but it is divine.  Let…
Meatless Monday – Veggie Kabobs With Chili Cumin Oil - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Grilling is Fun!  That said, can we think outside the veggie burger?  If you are tired of ‘burgers’ and ‘dogs’ being the stars of the grill, rest assured that there are some tasty options available.  Veggie Kabobs are a colorful and tasty alternative that can be adapted to any tastes. I…
Wheatless Wednesday – Roasted Beet and Tomato Salad - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
If tomatoes are the star in summer, beets are a bold and intense showgirl.  Together they are a showstopper!   Fresh and easy, pretty enough for a party, this Roasted Beet and Tomato Salad is a Summer Showcase!  Sun-ripened tomatoes in reds and yellows paired with dark-ruby roasted beets, resting on…
Meatless Monday – Rustic Tomato Tart - I can’t say enough about these roasted tomatoes – drizzled with balsamic and honey and slow roasted until they reach caramelized perfection.  Their cooking juice alone is worth the price of admission, delicious as a dipping  sauce for a crusty baguette.  But that’s not all!   I layered the lovely roasted tomatoes over a bed […]
Meatless Monday – Shaved Fennel Salad with Burrata - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
The longer and warmer days of Spring bring forth a whole new crop of fresh vegetables. One of my favorites is fennel with it’s distinctive licorice-like flavor.  Fennel is wonderful roasted and caramelized but it is also delightful served raw in salads.  I particularly liked this salad featuring shaved fennel marinated…
Caramelized Onion Tart with Brie and Cambozola - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Welcome to my new favorite appetizer, which “Hint” would be great for Fourth of July.  This tart has only six ingredients but together they create quite a taste sensation. Imagine  sweet and savory caramelized onions with creamy melted brie and sharp cambozola baked on puff pastry until golden brown.  This tart takes almost an hour…
Meatless Monday – Summer VegetableTart - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Are you a flexitarian?  I have heard the terms omnivore, herbivore, vegetarian, vegan and pescetarian.  What on earth is a flexitarian?  Well apparently it wasn’t even a word until 2012, when it was added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Flexitarian = flexible + vegetarian:  a person whose diet is mostly vegetarian but sometimes includes meat,…

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    • Thank you for your post. I just made it again tonight because my guys ate so much there was enough leftover. Anyway, I noticed that I left that off and updated the directions. I’m definitely a home cook and not a professional. Add the soy sauce when you add the broth.

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