Monthly Archives: July 2011

Creamy Broccoli Soup

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Any one else out there remember enjoying Broccoli Cheddar Soup?  I loved it and have been thinking about it ever since I made the Cream of Mushroom Soup.  The thing that has stopped me has been trying to figure out … Continue reading

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Work in Progress

Just a warning: Many of the links will still take you to our blogspot page. This blog is still a work in progress. Thanks for your patience during our move! 🙂 The DeRobertis family

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Pita: Not Quite Whole Wheat, Not Quite White

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Growing up in my parents house it was obvious when dad had a rough day at work because he would come home and bake, whether it was homemade pizza, pretzels, bread, pita, etc… If it included yeast and a kneading … Continue reading

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Applesauce Cut Out Cookies

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A few weeks ago two of my daughters Taekwondo friends received their black belts and she wanted to bring cookies to celebrate made with her special Ninja cookie cutters.  Kids and adults would be eating them so I wanted them … Continue reading

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Lemonade Lovers Dilemma- Mango, Raspberry, Strawberry Lemonade Cake

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This week my parents celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. Years ago my mom had tried a vegan layered cake that had different fruit on each layer. She has brought up how much she enjoyed this cake more times than I … Continue reading

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Mandarin Edamame Relish

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  Use this relish over a salad, on lettuce wraps, in spring rolls, with rice noodles for an asian style pasta salad or over mushrooms.  11 oz can mandarin oranges in light syrup 1/2 cup shelled cooked edamame 1 diced … Continue reading

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Sauteed Mushrooms with Mandarin Edamame Relish

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  At a Japanese restaurant we had ordered a mushroom spinach saute that had a sweet sesame sauce which inspired this dish, that and the gourmet mushroom medley that I needed to use.  Not sure how I came up with … Continue reading

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