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Confetti Spaghetti: It’s a Party on a Plate!

This recipe makes enough for two, so it’s easy to multiply, depending on how many souls are at your table, or how hungry you are. Here’s how I do it: Confetti Spaghetti 8 oz. dried pasta (linguine) or one handful … Continue reading

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Making Healthy Food Fun For the Kiddos

One of the things I love about Italian food–and about Mediterranean food in general–is that with very few ingredients you can make something that’s seriously tasty. Of course it helps if you start out with fresh, in-season ingredients, because there’s … Continue reading

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Treasure Trove…

Thank you Ann! Thank you Ann! Thank you Ann! for the freshly-picked, homegrown tomatoes, the products of a community garden tended by many diligent and loving hands and nourished with homemade compost. What shall I do with these lovelies? Make … Continue reading

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Garden Roll-Ups

I’ve officially gotten tired of Cosmo swiping the cherry tomatoes off the kitchen counter and making cat toys of them. So I’ve begun eating them in the yard, never even bringing them into the house.While they’re good on their own, … Continue reading

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