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Thanksgiving Recipes

By Judi Gallagher –   BOURSIN AND MUSHROOM STUFFING This boursin and mushroom stuffing is an impressive alternative to traditional stuffing. The combination of the Black Truffle Sea Salt, candied mushrooms, and Boursin cheese creates a creamy, savory flavor unlike any other stuffing, resulting in a simple gourmet dish perfect for impressing guests.   Ingredients From The Spice & Tea Exchange® 2 tsp Black...

Fall recipes from Paulette Callender- St Armands S...

Slow Cooker Sauerbraten A traditional German pot roast dish with modern flavor & flair. Pickling Spice Seasoning and Tailgater’s Spice Blend make this easy slow cooker sauerbraten oh-so-tasty! Ingredients From The Spice & Tea Exchange® 1½ TBS Pickling Spice Seasoning 1 Cotton Bag 2 TBS Tailgater’s Spice Blend 2 TBS Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil From the Grocer 1 (5 lb) rump roast or flat cut beef brisket (cut in 2...

Holidays That Vegetarians Love

By Marsha Fottler – American meat-centric fall and winter holidays generally set cooks to worrying about the plight of vegetarians who gather at the big table. I don’t know why, holiday meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas and even Easter are nothing but good news for vegetarian eaters. Why? The side dishes, of courses. Once a vegetarian looks past that huge platter of carnivore pleasure in the center of the buffet table,...

Early Autumn Vegetables

By Lori Rodgers –   Fall is my favorite season. Anticipating the first cool morning, brewing the first pot of pumpkin spice coffee, biting into a crisp, juicy apple. What’s not to love?   In seasons past I’ve focused my culinary efforts on desserts (think pumpkin everything!) and carb-focused side dishes like corn pudding and cornbread dressing, southern style of course. This year I’m exploring the bounty of autumn...

Basics of Indian Cuisine

By Deepa Alfano – Namaste! I am extremely passionate about Indian Food! It’s the cuisine that I grew up with, that I first started cooking and still prepare to this day. One of my earliest memories is sitting on my mothers kitchen floor, pounding fresh garlic into a paste in a brass mortar and pestle. I believe it dates back to my great grandmothers era. I can remember my mother giving me a rundown of meals to...

Fall Flavors, Pumpkins & All Things Autumn

By Lori Davis – Grandma Hatfield’s Southern Apple Pie Nothing says Fall season like a good old fashioned -apple picking – flaky crust – smell of cinnamon Apple Pie! My grandmother’s recipe was always a secret and blue ribbon, for when she passed from this earth she left me one of my most treasured items. A box full of all her recipes, with old food stains and love written all over them. And this one was my favorite for...
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