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Sweet potato biscuits

If you have never made or eaten sweet potato biscuits, give yourself a treat and make them soon!

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Curried lentil and rice loaf

The only thing going into this recipe that is right out of my garden is the parsley, the tomato puree(well, that was in the freezer from last summer’s crop) and the carrots .

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Chard stuffed pork loin

Happily, I still have loads of chard and kale greens in my garden. Looking for a different recipe for chard, I came across one using the chard as a stuffing for a roasted pork loin.

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Citrus berry terrine

On a recent trip to California, I was fortunate enough to stay with friends who had an orange, grapefruit and lemon tree in their back yard.

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Jeff's sweet potato casserole

Sweet potatoes are a plentiful, inexpensive and nutritious source of vitamins this time of year and we Southerners like them many ways.

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Middle Eastern Lentils and Rice Madjadara

Here’s another hearty stew that has its roots om the Middle East but can easily be adapted to our tastes.

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Italian Chickpea soup

Here’s a hearty, warming soup that can be made in a flash.

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Mini baked ham sandwiches

I’m sorry not to get this recipe to you in time for the Super Bowl.

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Fiery Moroccan chicken stew

Cold days call for stews and soups and hearty, hot meals to keep us going and feel nurtured.

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Brown rice and quinoa stuffed acorn squash

Winter squash are so versatile and delicious! Unfortunately my last summer’s garden did not yield any squash at all cue to the vine borers.

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