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What’s For Dinner: Squilly

It’s cold outside. Cold and windy! There’s snow on the ground, ice on the roads, and it’s still coming down. Well, maybe not where I live, but winter comfort food is what we all tend to want this time of year. So this is what we had for dinner last night. We call this “Squilly”,

 
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What’s For Dinner: Berry Delish Salad

It’s flu season. Where I live, it isn’t really bad yet, but I saw a report on the news the other day that said it has hit some other areas pretty hard. While just about everyone gets the flu once in a while, the best way to get over it quickly is to make sure

 
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What’s For Dessert: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies, GF, VG

I’ve been making Pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookies since 1987. This is the first year, however, I’ve made a gluten free version! I’m so happy that it worked out, because these cookies have become part of our family’s holiday traditions. I invented the original recipe based on a cookie purchased at Smith’s grocery store. (I don’t

 
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Rawmazing: Hand Made Raw Chocolate Truffle Box

Tuesday was MIL’s birthday! We took her out to dinner (she loves to eat out) and we gave her this as a gift. No, it’s not just a box. It contains an assortment of amazing raw chocolate confections! Here is what is hiding under the two big ones. Don’t those look luscious! DH and I

 
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Let Them Eat Cake: Raw Black Forest Cake Bites

Traditional Black Forest Cake is made in layers of chocolate cake with whipped cream and cherries between each layer. While this version certainly isn’t traditional, it does pay tribute to the basic concept. It also contains much healthier ingredients. Equipment juicer food processor brownie mold Raw Black Forest Cake Bites   Print Prep time 15

 
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Let Them Eat Cake: Raw Humming Bird Cake Bites

I’m working on raw treats right now! In particular, I’m looking at various cake ideas. I found a recipe for Humming Bird Cake on the internet. Although my version deviated from the original, it’s still based in the tropical flavors, and it’s really yummy! It uses the same concepts as my Raw Carrot Cake, the

 
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What’s For Dessert: Raw Chocolate Bliss Squares

Last Saturday, DH had his first raw chocolate adventure. He made this: I call it Raw Chocolate Bliss, because when I eat it, it makes me feel so HAPPY! It is a combination of raw cacao paste, raw cacao butter, vanilla powder, pure maple syrup, coconut nectar, walnuts and hemp seeds. Many commercial chocolates give

 
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Saucy Tricks: Orange-Blueberry Sauce

Along with the waffles, which I posted the recipe for yesterday, we had an Orange-Blueberry Sauce which I made the night before. This is a great sauce to serve on waffles and pancakes. It also works well on top of raw cheesecake and ice cream! It’s not difficult to make, you just have to be

 
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What’s For Breakfast: GF Waffles

DH made waffles for breakfast on Sunday! I made blueberry-orange sauce for them the night before, so it was ready to go in the morning. These came out chewy, crispy and really yummy! What’s For Breakfast: GF Waffles   Print Prep time 30 mins Cook time 20 mins Total time 50 mins   Author: ScrapDeli.com

 
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Thanksgiving 2012

Published on November 22, 2012 in Dinner, Food, Vegan

This year is our first totally vegan Thanksgiving dinner! We actually made our dinner on Tuesday, so that we could share it with MIL. Here’s what we had. From left to right: Carrots cooked in a sauce of orange juice, vegan butter and parsley Pickled green beans (served hot) Foxbarrel Blackberry Pear Cider (to drink)

 
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