Creamy Celery Dressing

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Roast Pork Tenderloin with Apples

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This recipe is tasty (two thumbs up from both kids), and pretty quick.  Using a smaller cut like pork tenderloin keeps the cooking time down, and the roasted apples and onions reduce to a nice sauce for serving.

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Moroccan Honey Chicken

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This recipe started as an attempt to replicate a dish we had a few years ago at a Moroccan restaurant.  And while it does take a little time to make, the ingredients are simple and the results are outstanding!

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Cauliflower Soup

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Cauliflower is amazingly versatile.  It can be riced, mashed, made into a crust, and made into something creamy like this soup.  This recipe is easy to get creative with by adding in some leeks or carrots for example.  You could use water instead of chicken broth for this recipe, but since I make my own broth and find it more flavorful, I used that instead of water.  You can also use 2 cups of each.

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Maple Apple Cranberry Breakfast Sausage

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When we place our order for a butchered hog, we typically have half of the ground pork left plain to give us some flexibility when cooking.  When I got ready to make breakfast this morning, I discovered we were out of breakfast sausage.  Luckily, we still have quite a bit of ground pork in the freezer, so I decided to try making my own recipe for breakfast sausage.  The results were so good, I may consider making my own from now on…

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Chicken and Leeks

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We recently had leeks in our CSA share, and wanted to come up with something new and easy to make with them.  We started with leftover pre-cooked chicken breasts (drop some frozen breasts into boiling water for about 15 minutes if you don’t have cooked leftovers in the fridge already) and made up a quick sauté with some mushrooms and the leeks, adding in some coconut milk and white wine at the end for a bit of creamy broth.

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Ginger Broccolini

My CSA this week included broccolini. I love this stuff!! This recipe is an easy and delicious side you can whip up in just a few minutes.  I use ghee (Paleo Butter) in this recipe that I got from Paleo Fuel and Fire.  Very tasty!!

Gather Up:

  • a bunch of broccolini
  • 3 large mushrooms, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon ginger, grated
  • 1/4 onion, chopped
  • 3 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of ghee

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