Simply Recipes https://revivefoods.co A family cooking and food blog with hundreds of healthy, whole-food recipes for the home cook. Photographs, easy-to-follow instructions, and reader comments. Sun, 22 Jul 2018 16:33:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Simply RecipesSimply Recipes https://revivefoods.co http://revivefoods.co/wp-content/themes/simply/assets/i/logo.png?v=2 301 47 A family cooking and food blog with hundreds of healthy, whole-food recipes for the home cook. Photographs, easy-to-follow instructions, and reader comments. https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_slice_an_onion/How to slice an onion How to Slice an Onion https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_slice_an_onion/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_slice_an_onion/#comments Wed, 23 May 2018 05:13:48 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/?post_type=recipe&p=12447

When a recipe calls for sliced onions, you have a choice of how to slice them—lengthwise or crosswise.

If you are cooking the onions, as for caramelizing them, you’ll likely want to slice them lengthwise, or from root to stem. That way they will hold their shape better during the cooking.

Crosswise cut onions tend to fall apart when cooked. If that’s what you want, fine. Just know that onions pieces will hold their shape better in cooking if they are sliced stem to root, and will fall apart more when cooked if sliced crosswise.

If you are adding raw onions to a salad, slice them crosswise. They’ll be easier to eat, and they look pretty too!

If you are making onion rings, you’ll want to cut the onions crosswise as well. 

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When a recipe calls for sliced onions, you have a choice of how to slice them—lengthwise or crosswise.

If you are cooking the onions, as for caramelizing them, you’ll likely want to slice them lengthwise, or from root to stem. That way they will hold their shape better during the cooking.

Crosswise cut onions tend to fall apart when cooked. If that’s what you want, fine. Just know that onions pieces will hold their shape better in cooking if they are sliced stem to root, and will fall apart more when cooked if sliced crosswise.

If you are adding raw onions to a salad, slice them crosswise. They’ll be easier to eat, and they look pretty too!

If you are making onion rings, you’ll want to cut the onions crosswise as well. 

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/pressure_cooker_paella_with_chicken_and_sausage/Pressure Cooker Paella Pressure Cooker Weeknight Paella with Chicken and Sausage https://revivefoods.co/recipes/pressure_cooker_paella_with_chicken_and_sausage/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/pressure_cooker_paella_with_chicken_and_sausage/#comments Tue, 09 Jan 2018 16:00:50 +0000 Coco Morante http://revivefoods.co/?post_type=recipe&p=62618

 I love using my Instant Pot pressure cooker to make an easy, weeknight version of paella. It cooks up quickly and evenly, and there’s no need to tend to a pot or pan on the stove.

The method is very simple—you sauté the vegetables with chicken and sausage, add the rice and liquid, and then cook everything under pressure for just ten minutes. That’s it!

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 I love using my Instant Pot pressure cooker to make an easy, weeknight version of paella. It cooks up quickly and evenly, and there’s no need to tend to a pot or pan on the stove.

The method is very simple—you sauté the vegetables with chicken and sausage, add the rice and liquid, and then cook everything under pressure for just ten minutes. That’s it!

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tomato_pie/Tomato Pie Tomato Pie https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tomato_pie/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tomato_pie/#comments Tue, 22 Aug 2017 17:27:35 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/tomato_pie

Here’s one of the best loved recipes on the site—tomato pie! Perfect at the peak of summer tomato season.

One of the great things about going on vacation is I get to hang out with my friends, and sometimes meet their friends, who sometimes have OMG-this-is-so-GOOD dishes that they bring over. This tomato pie recipe is a result of one of these encounters.

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Here’s one of the best loved recipes on the site—tomato pie! Perfect at the peak of summer tomato season.

One of the great things about going on vacation is I get to hang out with my friends, and sometimes meet their friends, who sometimes have OMG-this-is-so-GOOD dishes that they bring over. This tomato pie recipe is a result of one of these encounters.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/no_bake_cheesecake/No Bake Cheesecake No-Bake Cheesecake https://revivefoods.co/recipes/no_bake_cheesecake/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/no_bake_cheesecake/#comments Mon, 14 Nov 2016 17:30:23 +0000 Irvin Lin http://revivefoods.co/?post_type=recipe&p=41134

This no-bake vanilla cheesecake is light, creamy, and perfect for any dinner party or holiday gathering.

It also eliminates a lot of the worries that might keep you from making a cheesecake in the first place: There’s no need for fussy water baths or elaborate cool-down steps. No worries about cracks in the top. No need to even turn on the oven!

Leave your no-bake cheesecake plain or top it with your favorite fruit. Either way, this cheesecake is a winner.

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This no-bake vanilla cheesecake is light, creamy, and perfect for any dinner party or holiday gathering.

It also eliminates a lot of the worries that might keep you from making a cheesecake in the first place: There’s no need for fussy water baths or elaborate cool-down steps. No worries about cracks in the top. No need to even turn on the oven!

Leave your no-bake cheesecake plain or top it with your favorite fruit. Either way, this cheesecake is a winner.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/blackberry_muffins/Blackberry Muffins Blackberry Muffins https://revivefoods.co/recipes/blackberry_muffins/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/blackberry_muffins/#comments Sun, 31 Jul 2016 19:13:56 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/blackberry_muffins

Pssst… you know what the secret is to making the best blackberry muffins?

Muffins that are rich, tender, and loaded with blackberries?

No, it’s not the butter (though butter makes everything better IMHO).

If your guess is it has something to do with the type of berries, you’re close. Wild blackberries do make the best pies, muffins, and cakes. But you can only get those a couple months of the year.

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Pssst… you know what the secret is to making the best blackberry muffins?

Muffins that are rich, tender, and loaded with blackberries?

No, it’s not the butter (though butter makes everything better IMHO).

If your guess is it has something to do with the type of berries, you’re close. Wild blackberries do make the best pies, muffins, and cakes. But you can only get those a couple months of the year.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/banana_bread/Banana Bread Banana Bread https://revivefoods.co/recipes/banana_bread/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/banana_bread/#comments Thu, 25 Feb 2016 18:14:04 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/banana_bread

This banana bread has been the most popular recipe on Simply Recipes for over 10 years. Thousands of people make it every day. Why?

Because it really is the best banana bread recipe, period. You can mix everything in one bowl, you can vary the amount of sugar or bananas. And the secret to its great flavor?

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This banana bread has been the most popular recipe on Simply Recipes for over 10 years. Thousands of people make it every day. Why?

Because it really is the best banana bread recipe, period. You can mix everything in one bowl, you can vary the amount of sugar or bananas. And the secret to its great flavor?

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/honey_mustard_baked_salmon/Honey Mustard Salmon Honey Mustard Baked Salmon https://revivefoods.co/recipes/honey_mustard_baked_salmon/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/honey_mustard_baked_salmon/#comments Tue, 05 Jan 2016 17:55:53 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/?post_type=recipe&p=25462

Take one part honey, one part Dijon mustard, mix, and now you have one of the most versatile sauces possible, for chicken, ham, corned beef, and in this case, baked honey mustard salmon. This baked salmon recipe never fails.

It’s one of those couldn’t-be-easier, how-to-impress-without-doing-much baked salmon recipes. Takes 10 minute to prep, and 10 minutes to bake the salmon in the oven.

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Take one part honey, one part Dijon mustard, mix, and now you have one of the most versatile sauces possible, for chicken, ham, corned beef, and in this case, baked honey mustard salmon. This baked salmon recipe never fails.

It’s one of those couldn’t-be-easier, how-to-impress-without-doing-much baked salmon recipes. Takes 10 minute to prep, and 10 minutes to bake the salmon in the oven.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_steam_eggs/How to Steam Hard Boiled Eggs How to Steam Hard Boiled Eggs https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_steam_eggs/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/how_to_steam_eggs/#comments Tue, 31 Mar 2015 06:03:51 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/?post_type=recipe&p=17544

Pssst! You want to know the best way to make hard boiled eggs? Steam them! That’s right, forget about boiling the eggs, just steam them in a steamer basket.

Some of the air from the hot steam permeates the egg shell making the egg more easy to peel. 

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Pssst! You want to know the best way to make hard boiled eggs? Steam them! That’s right, forget about boiling the eggs, just steam them in a steamer basket.

Some of the air from the hot steam permeates the egg shell making the egg more easy to peel. 

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/fresh_basil_pesto/Fresh Basil Pesto Fresh Basil Pesto https://revivefoods.co/recipes/fresh_basil_pesto/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/fresh_basil_pesto/#comments Wed, 06 Aug 2014 17:40:00 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/fresh_basil_pesto

Every year we plant basil and every year the plants do so well that we can’t use it up fast enough. What to do? Basil pesto, of course! Here is a simple recipe.

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Every year we plant basil and every year the plants do so well that we can’t use it up fast enough. What to do? Basil pesto, of course! Here is a simple recipe.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/clam_chowder/Best Clam Chowder Recipe Clam Chowder https://revivefoods.co/recipes/clam_chowder/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/clam_chowder/#comments Fri, 09 Nov 2012 07:14:01 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/clam_chowder

The Best Clam Chowder!

Repeat after me, “Chow-DAH!” That’s the way it should be said, if you are anywhere in the vicinity of New England, which is the birthplace of this wonderful clam stew.

The word “chowder” is thought to have been derived from “chaudière”, an old French term for cauldron, or a big cooking pot.

Traditionally chowder is made with salt pork, onions, potatoes, milk or cream, butter, and fish like cod or haddock, or clams. Many of the older recipes add some wine (Madeira) as well.

There’s a wonderful website I recommend called The New England Chowder Compendium which showcases a collection of historical chowder recipes dating back to the 1700s. Chowder is one of those things that is made in many different ways, and pretty much everyone thinks their way is best. It’s worth noting that the variations of this stew go back hundreds of years!

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The Best Clam Chowder!

Repeat after me, “Chow-DAH!” That’s the way it should be said, if you are anywhere in the vicinity of New England, which is the birthplace of this wonderful clam stew.

The word “chowder” is thought to have been derived from “chaudière”, an old French term for cauldron, or a big cooking pot.

Traditionally chowder is made with salt pork, onions, potatoes, milk or cream, butter, and fish like cod or haddock, or clams. Many of the older recipes add some wine (Madeira) as well.

There’s a wonderful website I recommend called The New England Chowder Compendium which showcases a collection of historical chowder recipes dating back to the 1700s. Chowder is one of those things that is made in many different ways, and pretty much everyone thinks their way is best. It’s worth noting that the variations of this stew go back hundreds of years!

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tuna_patties/Tuna Patties Tuna Patties https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tuna_patties/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tuna_patties/#comments Mon, 19 Sep 2011 14:46:28 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/tuna_patties

Tuna patties!

All you have to do is say these two words and I’m flooded with childhood memories. We kids are only a few feet high, have tiny feet, scabbed knees, and boundless energy.

In between chasing each other around the dining room table we are squealing to our mother, “We’re having tuna patties!”

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Tuna patties!

All you have to do is say these two words and I’m flooded with childhood memories. We kids are only a few feet high, have tiny feet, scabbed knees, and boundless energy.

In between chasing each other around the dining room table we are squealing to our mother, “We’re having tuna patties!”

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/homemade_sassafras_root_beer/Homemade Sassafras Rootbeer Homemade Sassafras Root Beer https://revivefoods.co/recipes/homemade_sassafras_root_beer/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/homemade_sassafras_root_beer/#comments Wed, 10 Aug 2011 06:01:40 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/homemade_sassafras_root_beer

Every summer I head east to spend some time with my goddaughter and her sisters on the Massachusetts shore south of Cape Cod. In what has now become a yearly tradition, we gather sassafras roots for homemade root beer.

Homemade root beer is easy to make! The predominate flavor comes from the roots of sassafras, which one boils with spices and molasses to make a sweet syrup. Sassafras grows wild all over the eastern United States and Canada and traditionally was the main root used for what we call root beer here.

Root beer can be fermented, but my favorite method is what follows—kid-friendly, non-fermented, and non-alcoholic.

Credit for the root beer goes to Hank Shaw who taught me all about how to make root beer from sassafras on one of his return trips from the east coast.

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Every summer I head east to spend some time with my goddaughter and her sisters on the Massachusetts shore south of Cape Cod. In what has now become a yearly tradition, we gather sassafras roots for homemade root beer.

Homemade root beer is easy to make! The predominate flavor comes from the roots of sassafras, which one boils with spices and molasses to make a sweet syrup. Sassafras grows wild all over the eastern United States and Canada and traditionally was the main root used for what we call root beer here.

Root beer can be fermented, but my favorite method is what follows—kid-friendly, non-fermented, and non-alcoholic.

Credit for the root beer goes to Hank Shaw who taught me all about how to make root beer from sassafras on one of his return trips from the east coast.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/grandmas_zucchini_cake/Grandma's Zucchini Cake Grandma’s Zucchini Cake https://revivefoods.co/recipes/grandmas_zucchini_cake/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/grandmas_zucchini_cake/#comments Thu, 23 Jun 2011 16:03:03 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/grandmas_zucchini_cake

Rummaging through my mother’s old recipe file recently, I stumbled upon a photocopy of a handwritten recipe for zucchini cake. The recipe is in my grandmother’s hand, my dad’s mom.

She was the baker in the family (a title now passed on to my father). She moved from St. Paul to live with us in Los Angeles when I was four.

Mom, being rather busy with all the kids (6 kids in 8 years!) and working as a head start teacher, didn’t have much time for crafts or baking.

Grandma's Zucchini Cake

It was grandma who taught me to sew, to knit and crochet, and to bake. She made cherry pies, angel food cakes, apricot jam, and the best oatmeal raisin cookies. We fought for the rights to lick the batter bowl of whatever cake she happened to be making.

When we moved to Sacramento, she would send my mother recipe clippings and notes. I think that’s how we must have ended up with this recipe for zucchini cake.

It’s a lot like zucchini bread, moist and somewhat crumbly, but in sheet cake form, with more egg and sugar, and with a cream cheese frosting. Great for summer potlucks!

Grandma's Zucchini Cake

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Rummaging through my mother’s old recipe file recently, I stumbled upon a photocopy of a handwritten recipe for zucchini cake. The recipe is in my grandmother’s hand, my dad’s mom.

She was the baker in the family (a title now passed on to my father). She moved from St. Paul to live with us in Los Angeles when I was four.

Mom, being rather busy with all the kids (6 kids in 8 years!) and working as a head start teacher, didn’t have much time for crafts or baking.

Grandma's Zucchini Cake

It was grandma who taught me to sew, to knit and crochet, and to bake. She made cherry pies, angel food cakes, apricot jam, and the best oatmeal raisin cookies. We fought for the rights to lick the batter bowl of whatever cake she happened to be making.

When we moved to Sacramento, she would send my mother recipe clippings and notes. I think that’s how we must have ended up with this recipe for zucchini cake.

It’s a lot like zucchini bread, moist and somewhat crumbly, but in sheet cake form, with more egg and sugar, and with a cream cheese frosting. Great for summer potlucks!

Grandma's Zucchini Cake

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/beer_can_chicken/Beer Can Chicken Beer Can Chicken https://revivefoods.co/recipes/beer_can_chicken/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/beer_can_chicken/#comments Thu, 01 Jul 2010 16:50:48 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/beer_can_chicken

Is it just me, or is beer can chicken a boy thing? Look, I grew up with four younger brothers, and if you told them you were going to insert a half-drunk beer into the butt of a chicken and grill it, I think they would actually get interested in cooking.

Joking aside, this is a brilliant way to roast a chicken, on the grill or in the oven. Yes the chicken looks rather ridiculous on its beer can perch, covered with an herb rub and half-ready to salute you. But hear me out. While the chicken is dry roasting on the outside, the inside is being bathed with steamy beer, keeping the chicken meat wonderfully moist.

Beer Can Chicken

The result is tender, falling-off-the-bone meat, encased in salty, herby, crispy skin. What follows is a basic method for beer can chicken (also known as beer butt chicken for obvious reasons).

We’re using just some olive oil, salt, pepper, and thyme on the chicken, which we believe brings out the best in the chicken’s flavor. You can easily experiment with your favorite spice rub, or even use wine or root beer instead of a standard beer.

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Is it just me, or is beer can chicken a boy thing? Look, I grew up with four younger brothers, and if you told them you were going to insert a half-drunk beer into the butt of a chicken and grill it, I think they would actually get interested in cooking.

Joking aside, this is a brilliant way to roast a chicken, on the grill or in the oven. Yes the chicken looks rather ridiculous on its beer can perch, covered with an herb rub and half-ready to salute you. But hear me out. While the chicken is dry roasting on the outside, the inside is being bathed with steamy beer, keeping the chicken meat wonderfully moist.

Beer Can Chicken

The result is tender, falling-off-the-bone meat, encased in salty, herby, crispy skin. What follows is a basic method for beer can chicken (also known as beer butt chicken for obvious reasons).

We’re using just some olive oil, salt, pepper, and thyme on the chicken, which we believe brings out the best in the chicken’s flavor. You can easily experiment with your favorite spice rub, or even use wine or root beer instead of a standard beer.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/moms_ground_turkey_and_peppers/Ground Turkey and Peppers Mom’s Ground Turkey and Peppers https://revivefoods.co/recipes/moms_ground_turkey_and_peppers/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/moms_ground_turkey_and_peppers/#comments Sun, 10 May 2009 23:28:29 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/moms_ground_turkey_and_peppers

I’m smiling as I write this. Why? Because there is no dish that reminds me more of my mother than her ground turkey with peppers.

I’ve never had it anywhere but at home, not even at a school cafeteria, where God knows they’ve served every other budget meal known to mankind.

Did my mother invent it? Probably not, but she may just as well have. We’ve eaten this in our house at least once a month for almost 50 years.

And you know what? It’s good. It’s cheap (especially ground turkey thighs which have the added benefit of more flavor). It can be cooked in the time it takes to make some rice or pasta to go with it.

For years she seasoned the ground turkey with chili powder or chopped pickled jalapenos. These days she likes to add the smoky flavor of chipotle powder.

Do you have a favorite ground turkey recipe? Please let us know about it in the comments.

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I’m smiling as I write this. Why? Because there is no dish that reminds me more of my mother than her ground turkey with peppers.

I’ve never had it anywhere but at home, not even at a school cafeteria, where God knows they’ve served every other budget meal known to mankind.

Did my mother invent it? Probably not, but she may just as well have. We’ve eaten this in our house at least once a month for almost 50 years.

And you know what? It’s good. It’s cheap (especially ground turkey thighs which have the added benefit of more flavor). It can be cooked in the time it takes to make some rice or pasta to go with it.

For years she seasoned the ground turkey with chili powder or chopped pickled jalapenos. These days she likes to add the smoky flavor of chipotle powder.

Do you have a favorite ground turkey recipe? Please let us know about it in the comments.

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tapioca_pudding/Tapioca Pudding Tapioca Pudding https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tapioca_pudding/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/tapioca_pudding/#comments Tue, 01 Nov 2005 18:18:23 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/tapioca_pudding

One of my favorite desserts growing up was tapioca pudding. You don’t see it that much anymore. Kids get pre-made puddings from the grocery store.

My parents don’t make it that often as it requires too much (for them) careful stirring while the tapioca cooks. And you won’t find tapioca on any low-carb diets as it is pure starch, from the same plant as cassava.

Yet tapioca pudding is one of those comfort foods that conjures up happy childhood memories. It’s actually really easy to make.

Tapioca Pudding

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One of my favorite desserts growing up was tapioca pudding. You don’t see it that much anymore. Kids get pre-made puddings from the grocery store.

My parents don’t make it that often as it requires too much (for them) careful stirring while the tapioca cooks. And you won’t find tapioca on any low-carb diets as it is pure starch, from the same plant as cassava.

Yet tapioca pudding is one of those comfort foods that conjures up happy childhood memories. It’s actually really easy to make.

Tapioca Pudding

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/roasted_zucchini_with_garlic/Roasted Zucchini with Garlic Roasted Zucchini with Garlic https://revivefoods.co/recipes/roasted_zucchini_with_garlic/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/roasted_zucchini_with_garlic/#comments Mon, 08 Aug 2005 23:23:29 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/roasted_zucchini_with_garlic

One of my Favorite Easy Zucchini Recipes

During the summer, our gardens are filled with more zucchini than we know what to do with, and I hunt down all my zucchini recipes. Here is one quick and easy way of preparing zucchini.

I had a variation of this baked zucchini the other night at a friend’s house and was amazed to hear her children exclaim, “Please give me some zucchini. I love zucchini!” Hello? When was the last time you heard that?

Zucchini recipes for summer - Roasted Zucchini with garlic

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One of my Favorite Easy Zucchini Recipes

During the summer, our gardens are filled with more zucchini than we know what to do with, and I hunt down all my zucchini recipes. Here is one quick and easy way of preparing zucchini.

I had a variation of this baked zucchini the other night at a friend’s house and was amazed to hear her children exclaim, “Please give me some zucchini. I love zucchini!” Hello? When was the last time you heard that?

Zucchini recipes for summer - Roasted Zucchini with garlic

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https://revivefoods.co/recipes/sun_tea/ How to Make Sun Tea https://revivefoods.co/recipes/sun_tea/ https://revivefoods.co/recipes/sun_tea/#comments Fri, 15 Jul 2005 14:55:19 +0000 Elise Bauer http://revivefoods.co/recipes/sun_tea

As the mercury breaks 100°F on these hot summer days (or 38°C for those of you on a metric system) a great way to make some tea without heating up your kitchen is to use the power of the sun to make sun tea.

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As the mercury breaks 100°F on these hot summer days (or 38°C for those of you on a metric system) a great way to make some tea without heating up your kitchen is to use the power of the sun to make sun tea.

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