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    I wanted to start eating more leafy greens. I found this recipe in Sunset magazine and adapted it to my taste. Now I make it weekly.

    Recipe #398575

    This is the recipe my mom adapted to my dad's taste, since he loved pumpkin pie and she hates it. My family and I all love it, I make it several times a year, sometimes without a crust and then I eat it for breakfast.

    Recipe #401619

    Try this for a different flavor from regular pumpkin pie. I really like the blend of spices. I don't like pie crust, so I baked it in a 9-in round cake pan coated with nonstick spray. From Cooking Club Oct/Nov 2009.

    Recipe #395187

    This is the all-time best recipe for cobbler. I found it on a blog by a scrapbooker, who said it was her grandma's recipe. I've made it many times, always with fresh peaches, once in a Dutch oven outside. It always is perfectly delicious.

    Recipe #399046

    I love winter squash. I've made this recipe with Delicata, Sweet Dumpling, Butternut, and/or Kabocha squash. You need to adjust the amount of broth according to the juiciness of the squash. I've also mashed the squash with just a little broth and some yogurt to serve as a side dish. From Sunset Magazine.

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