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Apple Blueberry Crisp

My Dad’s fruit trees are doing a little better this year, and especially one apple variety in particular. He’s got so many apples on this one tree he doesn’t know what to do with them all. He and my mom have been making great apple crisps, so I took some off his hands and did […]

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Add Your Leftover Juicing Pulp into a Bread Recipe

It feels good to juice again! A nice glass of fresh carrot or beet juice always makes my day a little more special. This time I used the leftover pulp in place of the zucchini in a bread recipe I came across. In my opinion, it’s one of the healthier breads I’ve seen. Whole wheat […]

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Gorgonzola PeachBerry Tarts

Summer brings an abundance of beautiful fruit, peaches and berries being my fav. Tossed with a little gorgonzola, stuffed into a walnut-date tart and drizzled with honey, these bite sized tarts are a refreshing and tasty treat. Tart Crust Combine 8 oz dates, 2 cups walnuts and 2 TBS cinnamon into a food processor […]

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Peanut Butter Power Breakfast

Breakfast is, by far, my favorite meal of the day and I’m constantly searching for ways to switch it up. I love my oatmeal and eggs, but it’s fun to create something a little different every now and then. This dish is a revamped version of my Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dip with apples. It incorporates […]

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Oh My Succulent Pears

Pears. Another gift of autumn. Ripe, grilled, and covered in blue cheese, honey and basil. A complete party in my mouth. The sweetness of the fruit itself and the light drizzle of honey pairs so nicely with the pungent, salty blue cheese. The basil adds another depth of flavor and pistachios lend an additional texture. […]

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Honey, Fig and Goat Cheese Flatbread

Goat cheese again?! Yes, goat cheese again. I really don’t eat too much of it, but if there’s an offering, I’m taking it. Offending the goats is the last thing I want to do. So, also a part of my Juicy Sunday, Lindsay and I made some flatbreads and salad for lunch, and enjoyed the company of […]

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Honey Harvest Party!

Just two days after my first bee-keeping experience, I was able to take part in the processing (or lack thereof) of the honey. It was pretty simple and amazingly delicious. I’ve never tasted honey so good. Once the slats from the hive were removed and were free of bees, we used this comb […]

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Gardening and Bee-Keeping!

Plainwell, Michigan: a very small, quiet town near Pine Lake. My parents have a beautiful lake cottage up here at which they spend half the year living. The other half is spent living on the east coast of Florida, near the Indian River and the awesome beaches. They’ve got a great life – one they […]

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