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Cardamom and Caviar in Copenhagen

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of visiting Copenhagen, Denmark. A small country north of Germany south of Sweden, Denmark has a culture and charm all its own. I was looking forward to experiencing their restaurants as well as their culture. Scandinavian countries are not particularly well known abroad for their cuisine, so I …

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No-Bake Summer Desserts

By Chelsea Alaine Ferguson – In the summertime, my sweet-tooth goes hay-wire. With berries in season, hyper-amounts of festivals and picnics, and my livin’-is-easy state of mind, my craving for a little something sweet intensifies. Growing up, my brothers and I would play outside in summer until our cheeks were beet-red. Summer was hot! My …

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New Cookbook for Gluten-Free Success

By Chelsea Ferguson – “The Warm Kitchen,” is an essential manual for gluten-free cooking. A must-read for the home chef, it is written and inspired by the experiences of Amy Fothergill. The content of the book evolved when Amy’s infant daughter developed severe food sensitivities which gave Fothergill’s explorations into alternative food preparation a sense …

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Plant-Based Eating…with some Flexibility

Have you been considering adopting a Plant-Based Diet? Good news…you are not alone! What is a plant-based diet? Not surprisingly, it focuses on plants, including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts. Some people add small amounts of dairy and eggs while others adopt plant-based meals for a portion of their day or week …

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Late Summer Produce to Fall For!

Sweet corn is truly a gift from nature, wrapped in beautiful, papery green leaves that reveal pearly rows of sweet, crunchy goodness tied up with silky ribbons. Late summer into early fall is the peak season for sweet corn. Luckily, it is grown in all 50 states, so you will easily find piles of ripe …

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Vegan…It’s What’s for Breakfast!

Preparing vegan meals during a time of limited social contact and trips to the grocery store need not be a challenge. Many of us have staples in our cupboards that can be transformed into healthy and tasty meals that appeal to vegan and non-vegans alike. When you’re spending most of your time at home, either …

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Vegetarian or Vegan Holiday Stuffing

Stuffing or dressing, the age-old holiday quandary. One line of thought is stuffing is cooked inside the turkey or bird of choice while dressing is baked in a separate pan. There are also regional influences; northern natives lean toward the term “stuffing” and southern folks usually refer to it as “dressing”. As far as we’re …

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Honey Mustard Glazed Carrots

This colorful, healthy dish is as easy to make as it is flavorful. Shop your local Farmer’s Market to find fresh organic carrots with their tops still on. Your taste buds and guests will thank you! 2 bunches of organic carrots with tops (10-12 carrots total) 2 tablespoons stone ground mustard 3 tablespoons organic honey …

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Vegan Green Bean Casserole

This popular dish has as many loyal fans as it does recipe variations. Depending upon your guest list, you may need to prepare a “traditional” version using canned green beans and mushroom soup. At My Cooking Magazine, we love this recipe featuring fresh organic green beans and a homemade, dairy-free mushroom sauce. It’s so delicious …

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