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Today marks the very last day of National Soup Month—sad sigh. How. Did. It. Go. By. So. Fast?!  (Assuming you have a serious affinity for soup, that is!) I decided this year to go out with a bang, and since it’s been cloudy all day, I’m breaking out the Dutch oven & creativity. That’s exactly why…

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…you can arrange almost any combination. Tonight though, I have several savory ingredients in mind. I make grilled paninis consistently & love a good sandwich, but I wanted to change it up with a lighter, whole wheat wrap featuring mesquite-roasted turkey breast. We’re gonna throw in some fresh baby spinach to get our green going,…

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…the Farmer’s Market. And scored some truly fresh finds. For this healthy meal, organic cauliflower & carrots are making a comeback. This time however, they’re gonna get totally smashed! So long potatoes. And our pig? A center-cut, extra lean, pork tenderloin. We will slice into medallions, marinate, sear and top onto balsamic-wilted spinach & our roasted cauli-carrot smoked…

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So, you’re making dinner and find yourself peeling & chopping garlic again this week. Maybe to add to pasta, a marinade, or maybe you have an aversion to the possibility of vampires—whatever the case may be—if you’re anything like me, you use garlic frequently.  With all of this chopping, mincing, roasting, mashing—what does garlic really bring to our dinner tables? It…

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