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August 8, 2014
by sarah
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Strawberry Rhubarb Cinnamon Rolls

I love strawberry and rhubarb together so, so much. They really are a perfect combo and I like them together like I like blueberry and cinnamon, blackberry and lemon, or raspberry and coconut. This is not at all the first … Continue reading

July 15, 2014
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Red Wine Whiskey Sangria

As the saying goes: necessity is the mother of invention. I feel like there are millions of ways to prove this old adage true, but none more true than the desperate moment when a friend approaches you at your own … Continue reading

May 4, 2014
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Strawberry Recipe Round Up

  It’s officially Strawberry Season around here. What does that mean? A Strawberry Recipe Round Up, of course! If your house is anything like my house this means that strawberries are in every smoothie, packed into lunches, sliced on yogurt … Continue reading

April 27, 2014
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Asparagus Tart

Creativity is a funny thing. It seems, so often, to have a mind of its own, like a wild creature you can’t pin down and even if you bait it with inspiration and woo it with promises of productivity it … Continue reading

January 26, 2014
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Orange Almond Poppy Chiffon Cake

Hello again, or welcome, for the first time. You have stopped in on Feasts for All Seasons on a very happy day – we’re 4 today! That means many thank yous, sprinkles, a moment or two of nostalgia and of … Continue reading

January 19, 2014
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Quinoa Granola Bars

Welcome back! Since January is nearly through, so we don’t need to get into New Years resolutions, full re-caps of the holidays or any of that. However, I will say that my fairly extended time away from the blog has … Continue reading

September 15, 2013
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Succotash Salad with Whole Lemon Vinaigrette

You’re likely sick of hearing how to use up this summer’s tomatoes. I’m sorry to go on and on, but tomato recipes are not only perfectly fitting considering what gardens and farmers’ markets are bursting with but around here they … Continue reading