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Quinoa Gouda and Arugula Salad

Quinoa Gouda and Arugula Salad

The Quinoa Gouda and Arugula Salad is a nutritious and delicious balance of flavor and texture. It is a perfect summer party salad that is easy to make!

French Apple Tart [BWJ]

A delicious tart with apple filling and topped with sliced apples. This is a gorgeous fall dessert!

Bread Baking Buddies Holiday Apple Kuchen

Bread Baking Buddies Bake Holiday Apple Kuchen

The Bread Baking Babes were joined by the Bread Baking Buddies to bake batches of Holiday Apple Kuchen for the month of December. 

Holiday Apple Kuchen - Provecho Peru

Holiday Apple Kuchen [BBB]

What fun that I got to be Kitchen of the Month for the Bread Baking Babes this month!!

Stuffed Turkey Breast

Stuffed Turkey Breast

I admit it, I do love cooking an entire turkey in my oven and getting ready for a gathering of people. But most of the time, all I really want is the turkey breast. Are you like me? Do you defrost, wash, baste and bake a 16 pound turkey mainly for those few slices of […]

Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad

They thought it looked like ceviche, and I have to admit, it did. But thankfully, they were all willing to try a few slices of the apples and truth be told, they were hooked!

Simple Apple Tart

I have a job here. Use the apples. The trees are giving an abundance of fruit at my friends’ home and she has put me in charge of baking with all the apples. I am finding myself searching for more and more recipes that use apples. My first apple recipe was a simple apple tart […]

Swedish Apple Cake

Swedish Apple Cake

When I first saw this cake, I was reminded that patterns exist in so many places, including food. The suggested design reminded me of a quilt and I couldn’t wait to create my own work of art. It did not however take me days to make it, just a few minutes…and it was well worth […]

Grandmothers Apple Pie-Cake

Russian Grandmothers Apple Pie Cake [TWD]

Johnny Appleseed, born John Chapman, introduced the apple to large parts of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. He became an American legend while still alive, largely because of his kind and generous ways, his great leadership in conservation, and the symbolic importance of apples. After his father had lost two good farms during the American Revolution, […]

Spicy Apple Raspberry Crisps

Spicy Apple Raspberry Crisps

Some people love fruit, some love vegetables. I think I am more of a vegetable person. Don’t get me wrong, if there is a plate of washed and cut fruit laid before me, I will surely enjoy it. But it is really hard for me to take the time with fruit to wash, cut, peel, […]


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