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The first time I had Asian Coleslaw was at a pitch-in; although I can’t recall where or when or who made this fantastic side dish. Its many flavors and textures come together for a sweet-tangy slaw with lots of crunch from crisp cabbage, toasted almonds and Ramen noodles.
I recently made this Asian Coleslaw recipe at a pitch-in, and doubled it (adapted from Food.com) to serve plenty and have some leftovers. I even like it as a healthy vegetarian lunch just by itself, or you could add leftover chicken or beef!
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After two visits to pick strawberries this week, I’m making everything from strawberry shortcakes to this delicious strawberry bread. It’s very similar to zucchini bread, and I’ve altered it a bit by using a little applesauce along with oil, and including whole wheat flour. It is moist and delicious, especially warmed a bit with a spread of butter on top. It also makes a great gift, and freezes well too! This Strawberry Bread recipe makes 2 loaves, so enjoy one and freeze the other. Hope your family enjoys it as much as mine does!
Strawberry Bread Recipe
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There is nothing quite as good as fresh, sweet pineapple. The canned variety will do fine for recipes, but after I found my new favorite kitchen tool I have no more excuses! Aside from nearly pricking a finger on the spiny rind, coring and slicing a pineapple has never been easier. I am even debuting my first ever video to demonstrate, at the bottom of this post! [click to continue…]