Spring Spinach Salad Recipe

How to Make A Spinach Salad

How to Make A Spinach Salad I love a big, green salad, especially in the spring. Romaine, arugula, mixed baby greens, spinach, escarole, even cabbages, and good ole iceberg make crisp and healthy salads with limitless possibilities. I decided to tell you how to make A spinach salad. Some of my favorite salad ingredients include something salty, something crunchy, something sweet, and something cheesy. Springtime calls for salad as an accompaniment or a main dish. You can top almost any ...

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Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe

Egg salad is great for sandwiches on crackers or on a bed of lettuce

Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe Eggs are an inexpensive staple. In many grocery stores, you can get a dozen for less than $2. Fresh eggs usually sell for between $2 and $3 per dozen depending on the size and breed of the laying hen. If you are lucky enough to know a farmer with chickens, you can enjoy flavorful and healthy eggs gathered at the peak of freshness. These farm fresh eggs are usually light to medium brown in color and have larger egg whites and yolks than white, grocery store eggs. ...

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Roasted Eggplant Pasta Salad Recipe

pasta with eggplant

Roasted Eggplant Pasta Salad Recipe   Picnics and covered dish suppers are a fun part of early fall. When families and friends gather and share foods they’ve brought, I almost always enjoy one extra-special something. Maybe it’s a creamy, cheesy mac ‘n’ cheese or a perfectly seasoned vegetable or even an exotic fruit salad. You almost never attend a cookout without a pasta salad. This simple side dish has become very much a staple at such gatherings. There are many different kinds ...

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Homemade Marinara Sauce With Garden Tomatoes Recipe

How to Make Marinara Sauce With Garden Tomatoes

How to Make Marinara Sauce With Garden Tomatoes I ventured into canning my own spaghetti sauce this summer. I wanted to use what I grew to create the perfect sauce. This is how to Make Marinara Sauce With Garden Tomatoes. My recipe is similar to Connie's- although I cook mine in the crock-pot all day. My crock-pot yields 6 pints for canning. It is very easy to let it cook all day and then process in a water bath! Thanks to Connie for this recipe. Check out Cook with Connie for more fantastic ...

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Summer Squash Sauce Recipe

healthy squash sauce

Summer Squash Sauce Hopefully you are enjoying some fresh summer vegetables! Today we are giving you another squash recipe since they are the most abundant vegetable! Thanks to Connie for this recipe. During the summer months, I tend to make fresh vegetables the base for all my meals. Whatever meat accompanies the veggies is usually grilled or quickly sautéed. When veggies are at their freshest, they are the most tasty and nutritious. Summer Squash Sauce is particularly delicious and fresh ...

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Homemade Peach Preserves

Homemade Peach Preserves

Homemade Peach Preserves I found the easiest recipe for homemade peach preserves and I just had to share it with you! Summer is the best time to enjoy peaches, and if you preserve them now, you can enjoy them all year long! You don't even need any fancy equipment to make this recipe (unless you consider mason jars fancy!) and it takes less than an hour to make! Here is how to make my recipe for Homemade Peach Preserves: ...

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Rhubarb Crumble Recipe

Rhubarb Crumble Recipe

Rhubarb Crumble Recipe I have never tried Rhubarb! After looking at Connie's recipe, I am tempted. I just love crisps or crumbles- my favorite dessert! Thanks to Connie for this recipe. Check out Cook with Connie for more fantastic recipes! Rhubarb is a tart vegetable, so it is often misunderstood. It looks like reddish-colored celery and is optimum in the spring and early summer. The thin-skinned stalk should be no thicker than your thumb. Because of rhubarb’s tartness, recipes usually call ...

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Asparagus Soup Recipe

Asparagus Soup Recipe

Asparagus Soup Recipe I love asparagus! As Connie notes, asparagus can be used in a number of ways. Last week I served a delicious hors d'oeuvre; bacon wrapped asparagus. It was full of calories, but oh so good! Thanks to Connie for this recipe. Check out Cook with Connie for more fantastic recipes! Spring has sprung…and fresh spring vegetables are beginning to show up in the grocery stores and at farmers’ markets. One of the first vegetables to make a spring appearance is asparagus. ...

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Add Some Zip to Your Hamburger: Caesar Burger Recipe

Summer Grilling Caeasar Burger Recipe

Summer is the season for grilling out, no doubt!  Hamburgers, hotdogs, potato salad, and watermelon will be served at picnics and family gatherings all summer long. While there is nothing like a good ole hamburger grilled over charcoal, there are a couple things you can do to spice up the original. The most basic trick is to add 1 T. Worcestershire sauce and 1 T. grill seasoning to 1 lb. ground beef before forming 4 patties. Always flavor your beef, then patty them, then refrigerate until ready ...

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Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes Recipe

Hot chocolate peppermint  cupcakes

Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes Recipe We are under 10 days until Christmas ya'll! This week my goal is to plan my Christmas menu and prep my shopping list. Every year I let my daughter pick one items she wants me to make for Christmas day and this year we searched through pintererst together and she decided she just had to have some Hot Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes because who doesn't love cupcakes? Exactly. This recipe is full of great holiday flavors and admit it, they are super ...

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