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    Apple slices with nut butter are a great healthy snack. Now, this delicious flavor combo can be enjoyed in these luscious pancakes. For gluten-free, use gluten-free flour. This recipe makes eight pancakes. From Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson and posted on One Green Planet.

    Recipe #506815

    Has anyone ever made preserves in a dutch oven in the oven? No stirring? No mess on your stove? No worrying about burning the preserves if you walk away from the stove for a few minutes? This jam delivers! A&M Smackdown / Your Best Tomato Recipe Contest Finalist! Posted on Food52 by Amanda Hesser.

    Recipe #506715

    Found on Pinterest and traced back to Half Baked Harvest. I don't eat meat, but would serve this to my meateaters! I'm going to try the sauce with tempeh or tofu! These are great because you can totally make them in advance (even freeze them in the sauce and let thaw about 30 minutes before popping them back in the oven) and just pop them back in the oven for a few minutes before you are ready to serve. So easy and so perfect.

    Recipe #506656

    This is the perfect drink, hot or cold. With a warm spice blend, a cinnamon stick, a little cream, and enough sugar to make the South proud — this Spiced Sweet Tea will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s winter(or summer) beverage repertoire. From Folk Lifestyle.

    Recipe #506632

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    I know they don’t look it, but these teeny tiny, thinly-sliced fried onions are so pleasantly flavorful and crisp, and such an utterly perfect accompaniment for so many different main courses, they really need to be placed on some list of Culinary Triumphs of All Time. Straight from Ree Drummond, Pioneer Woman.

    Recipe #506531

    If you want to make a very quick, very easy dessert that also happens to yield impressive results, look no farther than the freezer section of your grocery store, where you can find frozen sheets of ready-made puffed pastry. Puffed pastry is a magical substance—it looks like nothing in the package, but bakes into a puffy, golden, textural substance that make the perfect crust for fruit tarts, chocolate pastries, hors d’oeuvres…the list goes on. From Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman.

    Recipe #506525

    From Ree Drummond of Pioneer Woman fame, this is so good.

    Recipe #506514

    In New York City, they have lots of restaurants that fix salads with tons of ingredients. You just pick which ones you want and they toss with your salad dressing of choice, then chop all the ingredients for a marvelous lunch(or even dinner)! Some chop on a cutting board, some right in a stainless steel bowl. I got this from the Pioneer Woman. Her favorite dressing is blue cheese. :)

    Recipe #506513

    Peaches, which are peaking right now, are high in antioxidants like vitamin C and lycopene, making them a beauty food and an immune-system booster. So if stress from the week (or packing for vacation) is making your skin dull and your head throb, let the free-radical-fighting fruit give you a boost. Basil elevates both the flavor of the fruit and your mood with its anti-anxiety benefits. And coconut milk creates a creamy, tropical swirl and lends even more calming benefits thanks to 89 mg of magnesium per cup, ideal for getting a good night’s sleep. From Well and Good.

    Recipe #506499

    Dried or fresh hibiscus flowers make a delicious and pretty tea. Combine them with ginger, and you have a gorgeous drink. The optional pinch of salt discreetly brightens the flavor. From Organic Gardening

    Recipe #506497

    This is one of those "you gotta have faith" dishes -- yes, the potatoes will eventually turn mahogany; yes, contact with the hot potatoes will cook the onions just enough so that they lose their rawness but retain a nice bite; yes, you won't regret using a generous handful of salt. Be sure to allow yourself several hours' cooking time, throw in whatever fresh herbs you have on hand, and don't hesitate to pull the potatoes before they're truly mahogany if dinnertime is fast approaching and you're satisfied with their heft and flavor. Found this on Food52 and this was written by Kukharka.

    Recipe #506492

    Grownups and kids alike will adore this zippy iced tea, with its summery mix of black and hibiscus herbal tea that’s punched up with lemon juice, sugar and lots of fresh berries. From Woman's Day Kitchen.

    Recipe #506386

    You can use frozen or fresh peas, depending on the season. This will brighten up your meal! From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #506381

    Yum! A little kick, a little sweet and a little savory! From Woman's Day magazine.

    Recipe #506379

    YumSugar, the savvy food column on the Sugar Network, made this delicious sandwich in honor of National Grilled Cheese Month. They crafted this stack of melted goodness with mozzarella, fontina, fresh basil, tomatoes and honey. I recommend choosing a multigrain or wheat bread that's just a tiny bit sweet. It makes the perfect enclosure to this yummy sandwich. From Woman's Day magazine.

    Recipe #506378

    Easy to make and you just add a teaspoon(or more to taste) to hot water for an instant great chai tea. You could actually takeit with you when you go to a restaurant, ask for hot water(or milk) and add your own syrup! From Health Food Lover.

    Recipe #506374

    Almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds and cranberries, oh my! You don't have to feel guilty about eating this, since it has a lot of vitamins aside from the sugar and honey. It does take a little time for the sugar to get to the right temperature and you do need a candy thermometer to make this too. I may experiment with this and use a little cinnamon, add other nuts, etc. From Adventures in Cooking.

    Recipe #506284

    So easy with so much flavor! This is a good basic recipe, open to experimentation. Feel free to add your favorite seasonings. From Lore's Food.

    Recipe #506263

    This traditional Iranian mixture of nuts, seeds, and dried fruits is a staple of winter solstice celebrations. This recipe came from December 2012 issue of Saveur, along with Ramin Ganeshram's story Midnight Snack.

    Recipe #506261

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