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    States include Conneticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont.
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    Though firm when raw, cranberries fall quickly to even just a little heat. You don’t have to bake them long. When finished, they are warm and almost melt in your mouth. This is how the cranberry is meant to be enjoyed!

    Recipe #513322

    This is a lovely, soft, mildly sweet loaf, perfect for both sandwiches and toast. From King Arthur flour.

    Recipe #513187

    Chocolate chips, pecans, peanut butter chips-it had me there. From the Barefoot Contessa show, Wedding Anniversary(her and Jeffrey's 45th!). She's replicating a delicious cookie from a restaurant in New York. Enjoy!

    Recipe #513145

    From Laura Wright, The First Mess and posted on FoodB52

    Recipe #512647

    This makes 4-5 cups. Use at least one frozen fruit to chill your smoothie. Feel free to half the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #512595

    Delicious but with a sweet flair that you'll fall in love with! This will hit the spot and satisfy your craving for a chunky, sweet, peppery, crunchy style sandwich. Full of texture and flavor, it's a hearty salad that will comfort you and leave you feeling completely satisfied. This can be served as a traditional or open faced sandwich. Or simply serve on a bed of lettuce and skip the bread. I use regular mayo when I don't have vegan. From The Simple Veganista.

    Recipe #512511

    Don't let the name fool you, this is not served at Italian weddings. Wikipedia says of it's origin, "The term "wedding soup" is a mistranslation of the Italian language phrase "minestra maritata," which is a reference to the fact that green vegetables and meats go well together." This soup has so much going on to delight your taste buds. The "meaty" and chewy meatballs, kale, vegetable corkscrew pasta, mushrooms and the savory broth for all of this to swim in.

    Recipe #511822

    These are easy to make and taste way better than anything you can get at the store (Yves). The texture is freakishly sausage-like, and you can grill them on the BBQ after the steaming. There is nothing these sausages can't do. Go crazy with the spicing: fennel, rosemary, sage, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley. Feel free to throw in whatever you want.

    Recipe #511520

    From J. Kenji Lopez-Alt who is the Chief Creative Officer of Serious Eats where he likes to explore the science of home cooking in his weekly column The Food Lab, and changed slightly using almond milk instead of cream.

    Recipe #511485

    Whole Foods’ Seeduction Bread. A hearty, nutty, seedy whole grain bread filled with bulgur, poppy seeds, millet, pumpkin and sunflower seeds. Perfect for eating plain, toasted, slathered with butter, peanut butter or jam, torn off in hunks and dipped in hummus, served alongside salad or soup, as sandwich bread or for egg-in-a-hole. This recipe produces almost an exact replica of the Whole Foods Seeduction. Allow for three hour rising time. From squirrel bread.

    Recipe #511198

    Packing a powerhouse of nutrients, this light & energizing salad will have you bursting with energy. It makes a lot so you can enjoy it all week long for easy, energizing lunches.Don't skip the currants and raisins as it adds a much needed sweetness to balance out the vegetables and lemon juice. Good drizzled with a touch of maple syrup just before serving. Feel free to use any herbs and spices you wish. From ohsheglows, inspired by Whole Foods.

    Recipe #511196

    Healthy fruit tea cooked in slow cooker. From slavasrecipes.

    Recipe #511195

    This is basic pumpkin roasting and pureeing 101. I hope this is helpful. The recipe calls for 1 pumpkin, but you can use as many as you want. Make sure NOT to get the big carving pumpkins, get the smaller ones that are used for pies. You can use this for soups, mac and cheese, pancakes, breads, smoothies make pumpkin butter, pies, custards, muffins Tip---To cut a pumpkin easier, put it in the oven whole for 15 minutes, take out and cut…much easier on you and the knife :-) Did you know that pureed pumpkin is also very good for your pets when they have stomach upset?? You can freeze the puree in an ice cube tray and pull out a cube to thaw when needed. This recipe comes from ohsheglows.

    Recipe #511015

    I tried Amy's No Cheese Pizza recipe recently and wanted to make it at home. After searching and not finding a recipe for it, I came up with this. Amy's crust has wheat germ, wheat bran in it so if you are making your own crust, you could add that in(or sprinkle over storebought crust). I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Recipe #510957

    I was looking for a great way to fix my spaghetti squash and went searcing. I started watching Diners, Drive Ins, & Dives and they went to this place called The Pit Stop in New York and they made the most delicious dish with spaghetti squash. I used all of the veggies except eggplant, which I did not have on hand. To see the video, go to http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/pit-stop-spaghetti-squash/96662.html. This recipe is directly from the Pit Stop restaurant in Merrick, New York.

    Recipe #510594

    A mix of mushrooms stand in for the clams to create a super satisfying chewiness, while some chopped up nori gives this chowder a true taste of the sea. It’s thick and creamy and loaded with the finer things, like potatoes and carrots. Crumble some saltines over the top and you’ll be able to hear the Atlantic Ocean lapping at your feet. From foodthinkers.com.

    Recipe #509421

    If you’re a fan of Nutella go grab the crockpot, it’s time for some Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate! Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate is the perfect addition to your winter parties, family gatherings, and Thanksgiving and Christmas get togethers! From The Frugal Girls.

    Recipe #509140

    These Apple Pie-like Cookies are made of real Pie Crust layered with sticky Caramel, and a slathering of Apple Pie Filling, topped with a flaky and adorable Cinnamon & Nutmeg lattice crust.. So good. I use a jar lid for a cookie cutter. You can make these as large or as small as you like. From OhBiteIt. Go to their website for mouthwatering pictures. For a variation, use chocolate frosting and cherry pie filling. Yum. Maybe next time I will use blueberry filling with cream cheese to spread instead of caramel....or how about using jam instead of pie filling?

    Recipe #508540

    This looks so good! I have lots of apples right now and making this for a potluck. This comes highly recommended. Posted here for safekeeping.From Elite Reviewing.com.

    Recipe #508451

    Make your own oat milk! This is a great tasting option that can be made very quickly and easily from 3 simple whole ingredients: oats, salt and water. You do need to soak the oats overnight, so start soaking the night before you plan to make it. There are several benefits associated with drinking oat milk, including prevention of cancer, stroke and heart disease. Oat milk has no lactose or cholesterol, and is full of vitamin E, fiber and folate. Unlike other dairy alternatives, oat milk can be made easily (and cheaply) at home. Oat milk also contains thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, copper and manganese. From Veggies and Me.

    Recipe #507769

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