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Fresh okra, corn, and Tomatoes in a skillet About 4 cups okra, sliced about 1/2" across...

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If mint is overtaking your herb garden, one social way of dealing with the problem would be to...

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Couscous is a traditional staple throughout Northern Africa, where it is thought to have...

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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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There's not much better than a wild blueberry in summer except a muffin filled with them!...

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Cucumber pickles for refrigerator storage. Simple and really tasty.

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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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I have been over run with green beans! I have frozen many up for winter use, but last night...

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I make these green pepper pickles to serve with deli sandwiches or to add to salads.

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