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Why Vegan – Part 1

By Lori Rodgers – I learned early on not to ask this question of my two teenagers. It happened the summer of 2016. My two teens and I were sitting down to dinner at an upscale Mexican restaurant in Vegas after three days of outdoors adventure in Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon. We …

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Why Vegan – Part 2, White Bean and Potato Soup

By Lori Rodgers – This hearty soup has quickly become a family favorite. It is satisfying and packed with plant-based protein. One of my biggest concerns when my children chose a Vegan lifestyle was ensuring they would get the nutrition that is so important during the teenage years. After researching and discussing the plant-based diet …

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Favorite Springtime Meals

By Lori Rodgers – Vegan spinach lasagna Garlic bread Green salad with vinaigrette   Vegan Spinach Lasagna  My family  recently moved into a home I remodeled and not all of the work was completed by moving day. Shocking, right? Wanting to cook a hot meal without the ability to boil water, I found no-boil lasagna noodles …

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Favorite Springtime Meals (Continued)

By Lori Rodgers – Southern Springtime Supper When I contemplated favorite springtime meals, I remembered being about 12 years old watching my mom stand at the stove, scraping corn on the cob into a pan that was simmering with the fragrant milky goodness of freshly picked corn. That’s what I love about food…it brings us …

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Tropical Strawberry Salad

By Lori Rodgers – Serves 4-6 Southwest Florida is a food lover’s paradise. In the springtime, it seems to me our tropical surroundings are even more vibrant. The sky is bluer, the palm fronds greener…and I begin to daydream about escaping to a desert island. Once I arrive I’ll be hungry and what better treat …

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Quintessential Quinoa Salad

By Lori Rodgers – Springtime is upon us and it’s a perfect time to enjoy some tasty salads. I have so many favorites it was difficult to choose just three. I decided upon a selection of savory, crunchy and fruity. First up is a longtime staple for my family, savory quinoa salad.  If you are not …

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Fall recipes from Paulette Callender- St Armands Spice & Tea Exchange

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 …

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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 …

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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. …

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