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The sweet of the carrots and sweet potatoes, marry nicely with fall spices. Make this a...

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This is a simple, classic way to cook greens. I've used it with swiss chard, beet greens,...

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David’s Chili Blend Toast and grind your own spices to achieve the best flavor. The...

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Dave’s Bar B Que Sauce Texas Style This is a mild, sweet tomato based sauce, to be...

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If you're lucky enough to have access to home-grown avocadoes, this guacamole recipe is a...

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If you have backyard poultry, you probably have a lot of eggs right now. My ducks are laying...

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Who said strawberries were just for dessert? Add them to a spring or early summer salad for a...

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strawberry granita

The Italians call this frozen fruit preparation "granita" but you'll have more...

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Chocolate. Strawberries. Need we say more?

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Do you like strawberry shortcake? Yes, then you're going to love this "Italianized...

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