Monthly Archives: September 2018

Garden to Table Still Impacts (September 30 – October 6)

Squash is so flavorful and autumn-esque! My grandparents grew yellow squash in their garden; so, fresh produce was available and a part of our lifestyle. Today’s markets offer a grand selection from spaghetti squash to acorn squash; thus, a garden … Continue reading

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A Platter of Autumn Awe (September 23 – September 29)

Autumn finally breezes in after taking its time through a slow simmer summer. Friends and neighbors gather more frequently and you can welcome them with a delightful autumn platter of open-faced flat bread sandwiches. This selection is versatile as hors … Continue reading

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Sustenance with Meaning (September 16 – September 22)

Hearth, home, heartfelt … these words are significant when evoking thoughts of home-baked bread. Some of us are time challenged and even with bread baking machines, time is crucial; hence, the reason for the success of the major grocery store … Continue reading

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The Kitchen’s Purpose (September 9 – September 15)

Home-cooked meals are extraordinary opportunities to gather around the table, especially as autumn nears. Just the simplicity of fantastic aromas will call your clan to dinner. Try my apricot skillet chicken to entice your family faster to the kitchen table … Continue reading

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