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    PaulaG
    Sat Sep 29, 2012 8:32 am
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    October is upon us. The leaves are changing and falls harvest can be seen in the produce section of the local market. The wonderful foods associated with the season are numerous. Come and join us in the Diabetic Forum and share in the comfort of fall.

    Apples are being harvested and can be enjoyed in so many ways. Apples are loaded with fiber (4 grams per medium apple) for a modest amount of calories (95) makes apples a filling, sweet snack.

    Arugula is a cool weather peppery green harvested at different times in different places (winter in warm climates, summer in cool ones) but grows in many places during autumn. Arugula is a high-fiber, nutrient-dense food. an excellent source of B vitamins (especially folate), and antioxidant vitamins A and C, and also contains trace minerals including magnesium, iron, calcium, and copper.

    Beets are high in vitamins and minerals and another excellent source of fiber. They clense the body. A wonderful tonic for the liver, works as a purifier for the blood, and can prevent various forms of cancer.

    Cabbage is rich in protective vitamins and is a cleanser for the digestive system. The cooler the weather when harvested the sweeter the cabbage.

    Chard, chicories, chili, fennel, hard squash, cranberries, sweet potatoes are only examples of falls bounty. This seasonal produce list was compiled by the Cool Foods Campaign and found on About.com.

    Beets
    Broccoli
    Cabbage
    Carrots
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Greens (Arugula, Collards, Kale, Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss Chard)
    Cucumber
    Eggplant
    Garlic
    Gourds
    Beans
    Onions
    Peppers
    Leeks
    Peas
    Potatoes
    Pumpkins
    Summer Squash
    Sweet Corn
    Tomatoes
    Turnips
    Winter Squash
    Zucchini
    Apples
    Pears
    Plums
    Melons
    PaulaG
    Sat Sep 29, 2012 8:42 am
    Forum Host
    Please join us in celebrating falls harvest and begin enjoying healthy produce that fit into a diabetic diet. Here is the seasonal produce list previously listed. The recipes you make must contain at least one of the seasonal items listed below.

    Beets
    Broccoli
    Cabbage
    Carrots
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Greens (Arugula, Collards, Kale, Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss Chard)
    Cucumber
    Eggplant
    Garlic
    Gourds
    Beans
    Onions
    Peppers
    Leeks
    Peas
    Potatoes
    Pumpkins
    Summer Squash
    Sweet Corn
    Tomatoes
    Turnips
    Winter Squash
    Zucchini
    Apples
    Pears
    Plums
    Melons

    Who Can Play?

    Anyone can play.

    What recipes can be tagged for this game?

    Any recipe that has been posted containing one of the seasonal produce items above is eligible for tagging. The recipes you tag do not have to be in the specific category for "Diabetic" nor do they have to have "lower in sugar, starches...etc". We have learned to be a creative bunch and are always open to learning.

    How to Play:

    1) Choose ANY recipe that has been posted to the website containing one of the seasonal items,

    2) Post a reply to this thread stating which recipe you are preparing, and include the recipe name, recipe number, posting chefs name.
    i.e. = Andi icon_arrow.gif Paula's Recipe xxxxxxxx, xxxxxxxx

    3) Make the recipe within the month time period, but we will keep the thread open a couple of days beyond the end of the month in case you want to finish a last minute recipe up.

    4) Post your review to the recipe page, and picture if you have taken one.

    5) Report back to this thread that you have made and reviewed the recipe you tagged, including the recipe name, recipe number, posting chefs name. Post the photo too, as we love seeing your photos and this just makes adds to the fun.
    i.e. = Andi has completed: Paula's Recipe xxxxxxxx, xxxxxxxx


    Please come and join the fun!
    PaulaG
    Sat Sep 29, 2012 8:42 am
    Forum Host
    Our tags!


    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    tomato.gif Spinach Tomato Salad by Hag Chef
    tomato.gif Stir-fried Spinach with Garlic by Gerry sans Sanddunes
    tomato.gif Mediterranean Topped Baked Potatoes, #254757 by Annacia


    awalde
    tomato.gif Apple Quince Pie, #146493 by ellie_
    tomato.gif Fast! Potatoes Baked in the Micro and Oven With Sea Salt Crust #409650 by Andi of Longmeadow Farm

    mama smurf
    tomato.gif Hearty Chicken Cacciatore#45905 by Sharlene~W#25455
    tomato.gifCherry Tomatoes Provencale#60379 by Marie#24386
    tomato.gif 2 Texans Craving Salsa Far from Home#249457 by Grimm's Restaurant Tales#257941



    Mia in Germany
    tomato.gif Latvian borscht(AKA Ukrainian Borshch) #38311 by 1Steve
    tomato.gif Butternut Squash-Spinach-Chicken Soup #249934 by ellie3763
    tomato.gif Pumpkin Dreams #488477 by pammyowl
    tomato.gif Nasi Goreng #107299 by Aric Ross

    Paula G
    icon_smile.gifFresh Roasted Pumpkins by LilPinkieJ
    icon_smile.gifPumpkin Pie Seeds by nnreq
    icon_smile.gifCrock Pot Apple Butter, #143307 by Pam-I-Am
    icon_smile.gifApple Pie Filling - Canned or You Can Freeze It!, #335405 by Sarah in New York
    tomato.gif Sliced, Baked Cabbage, #355807 by Vicky J
    tomato.gif Oprah's Roasted Butternut Squash With Sage, #204509 by What's Cooking?
    tomato.gif Butternut Squash, Roasted Garlic & Sage Soup by the accidental glutton
    tomato.gif Pumpkin Chutney by Brian Holley
    tomato.gif Easy Cobb Salad by Spgty21
    tomato.gif Roasted Pumpkin Seeds by Mirj

    SusieD
    tomato.gifMulligatawny Soup With Pliaf #482302 by JackieOhNo!
    tomato.gifSpicy Beef With Asparagus and Mushrooms #163613 by DianeH
    tomato.gif Thai-Style Black Bean Salad #378033 by Ashely S


    pammyowl
    tomato.gif Rowens Apple Crisp #186618 by B.B.Grimm
    tomato.gif Chicken With Sour Cream and Tomatoes#450187 by Melanie D
    tomato.gif Cream of Potato, Leek, Zucchini and Chicken Soup #483818 by ForeverMama



    Raven03
    Yam Nuea - Thai Beef Salad, #46782 by Sharlene~W'


    Last edited by PaulaG on Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:49 am, edited 12 times in total
    Mia in Germany
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 2:02 am
    Forum Host
    Wonderful set up for starting into fall! Thanks so much Paula, this really invites to dig into the harvest.

    My first tag will be Latvian borscht(AKA Ukrainian Borshch) #38311 by 1Steve
    PaulaG
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:24 am
    Forum Host
    Hello Mia. You are off and running for October. icon_smile.gif
    PaulaG
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:40 am
    Forum Host
    I bought a pie pumpkin yesterday and found these wonderful looking recipe

    Fresh Roasted Pumpkins by LilPinkieJ
    Pumpkin Pie Seeds by nnreq
    Mia in Germany
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:45 am
    Forum Host
    Good morning Paula! wave.gif
    The Borscht is simmering away - can't wait to try it.
    Now I have to look for some pumpkin goodies.
    How is fall in your new place?
    PaulaG
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:15 am
    Forum Host
    We went to the county fair yesterday and there was a slight nip in the air as evening moved in. I am taking so photos of the place and hope to get them uploaded soon.
    mama smurf
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:27 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Good morning all! If I can post these three recipes here (I am also making them for the Think Pink game) I will be making the following. I will look for a few more recipes now that pumpkins are on the scene.
    *Hearty Chicken Cacciatore#45905 by Sharlene~W#25455
    *Cherry Tomatoes Provencale#60379 by Marie#24386 and
    *2 Texans Craving Salsa Far from Home#249457 by Grimm's Restaurant Tales#257941 icon_smile.gif
    Susie D
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:41 pm
    Forum Host
    I'll be back with tags. I love the topic!
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:00 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Hello, comfort friends! Welcome OCTOBER!! YEA! Cool weather, Snoopy dancing on his dog-house, and us cooling off....finally. Finally!

    Holidays approaching quickly, it's always good to enjoy some comfort, healthy, and lovely recipes! Go have fun!


    I am making:

    Spinach, Shrimp and Pasta Salad, #13409 by Dawn ( no reviews?) glad I can make it!
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:28 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    mama smurf wrote:
    Good morning all! If I can post these three recipes here (I am also making them for the Think Pink game) I will be making the following. I will look for a few more recipes now that pumpkins are on the scene.
    *Hearty Chicken Cacciatore#45905 by Sharlene~W#25455
    *Cherry Tomatoes Provencale#60379 by Marie#24386 and
    *2 Texans Craving Salsa Far from Home#249457 by Grimm's Restaurant Tales#257941 icon_smile.gif


    Oh mama! It's so flabbergasting, great, and wonderful, to see you! Man, you have some fabulous recipes, and I have already saved them to make!!! Can hardly wait to see the outcome, which; I know is gonna be great!!! Hugs from the farm!
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:30 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Susie D wrote:
    I'll be back with tags. I love the topic!


    Susie, am glad as a chicken with an egg to see you!! Can hardly wait to see what comfort you have up your sleeve!

    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:44 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Susie D wrote:
    I'll be back with tags. I love the topic!
    Well, we love you Susie!
    Mia in Germany
    Tue Oct 02, 2012 1:06 pm
    Forum Host
    Mia in Germany wrote:
    Wonderful set up for starting into fall! Thanks so much Paula, this really invites to dig into the harvest.

    My first tag will be Latvian borscht(AKA Ukrainian Borshch) #38311 by 1Steve


    This has been made and devoured - my, was this ever so good! If you want to have borscht, try this, it's definitely worth the work.
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