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Simple Cranberry Orange Sauce

Originally posted on swellkid:
This is so easy and quick.  Once you’ve tried it you’ll never go back to canned. 12 oz. fresh cranberries 1 C. sugar 1 C. orange juice zest of 1 orange 1/4 t. fresh grated nutmeg…

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Oven Dried Tomatoes

Originally posted on swellkid:
If you are like me you have way more tomatoes than you can eat this year.  Preserve your cherry tomatoes by drying them in a low oven.  Pack them in olive oil and store them in…

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Farro Tabouli

Originally posted on swellkid:
I love this salad for hot summer evenings when you don’t want to turn on the oven.  You can make this salad a day ahead and let it sit in the fridge until you need it.…

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Swordfish with Caramelized Corn and Fennel

Originally posted on swellkid:
I love the way fennel becomes so sweet and mellow when you saute it.  The combination of corn and fennel makes for a sweet, nutty side dish that could accompany any of your favorite summertime entrees.…

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Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream

Originally posted on swellkid:
   What do you do when you have a flat of beautiful ripe strawberries?  First you eat a bunch, and take pictures of your children with strawberry juice running down their chins.  You freeze some and…

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Polynesian Party Meatballs

Originally posted on swellkid:
Once again, proving that eating things off of sticks is fun.  This is a great dish to bring to a party or make for Dad’s special day.  The nifty bamboo sticks came from the Asian grocery…

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Cucumber Gazpacho With Shrimp and Mint Oil

Originally posted on swellkid:
? This is so creamy you would swear it’s full of dairy, but (as long as you don’t pop a shrimp on top) it’s completely vegan.  Cool, crisp and slightly sweet, this is the perfect starter…

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