Monthly Archives: September 2015

Now that the cool air is ushering Autumn in and we’re starting to see the leaves change on the trees to red and orange it’s time to enjoy foods that celebrate the season. This recipe is

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This recipe involves one of my favorite kitchen tools, the spiralizer!  Do you have one? What do you spiralize?

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The cool air is tugging at my senses pulling my culinary choices toward warm apple crisps, hearty soups, and comfort foods.  I’m not quite ready for this first day of Autumn. This past summer was a blur as we soaked up every last minute of quality time with Paul before we sent him off to…

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The days are getting a bit shorter and what’s left of the day is usually filled with homework and juggling sports practices. These late days of summer are perfect for outdoor dining and the sweet taste of the seasons seafood.  Today we took advantage of both in this simple Fisherman’s soup.  You can use any firm…

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With cooler weather on the horizon, I’m taking full advantage of one of late summer’s fresh harvests by cooking with the beautiful Hatch Chile Peppers. You can get them during Heinen’s New Mexico Hatch Chile Roast this week today, Friday and Saturday! Located right in the middle of the Rio Grande agricultural territory, Hatch, New Mexico,…

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