- Chopped Baby Kale, Brussels Sprout with Dried Cherry Salad with a Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
- Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
- Watercress, Pear, Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad
- Creamy Asparagus, Potato, Leek Soup
- Old Fashioned Lentil and Ham Soup
- Grilled Salmon with Arugula, Watermelon and Kalamata Olive Salad
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Carving pumpkins may get the Halloween spotlight, but it’s
roasting the seeds inside that’s become our favorite treat. Pumpkin seeds, also
called Pepitas, are an amazing snack that you can roast and enjoy in just a few
simple steps. You can season your seeds any way you like. No matter how you
season them, roasted pumpkin seeds serve as the perfect blank canvas for the
flavors of your choice. Aside from their easy preparation and deliciously crispy texture, pumpkin seeds are also chock-full of nutrients...
This is a great versatile soup that can be served at room temperature or slightly chilled in the summer (try adding a tablespoon of lemon for a more summery flavor), or heated as a warm comforting soup in the fall, serving it with a warm crusty artisanal bread.
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When I make smoked ham for dinner, everyone in the family is very excited. Sure enough for the ham, but more in anticipation of what will undoubtedly follow sometime over the next couple days from the leftover ham and all important ham bone: Great-grandma's recipe for Lentil soup! It is a comforting meal that is served simply with good, warm, crusty bread, ideally on cold autumn or winter nights by the fire!
Grilled (wild) salmon is always a healthy choice. Pairing it with a salad with the crunch of cold, sweet watermelon next to the saltiness of the olives creates a wonderful duo you have to try! Nothing says summer like watermelon, and I usually serve this dish in July and August, but this taste sensation can definitely be enjoyed year round.