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Fresh Basil Pesto

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September 8, 2010
Fresh Basil Pesto

There are countless delicious ways to use pesto, so a good basic recipe is essential. Here’s mine! Whip up a batch using fresh summer basil and serve it over gnocchi, cheese tortellini, or spread some on a hot baked baguette instead of butter. It’s also delicious as a dipping sauce for bread–spoon a Tablespoon...
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Guacamole

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August 12, 2010
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I learned to truly appreciate the avocado while living in California. They were always available–in fact a co-worker of mine had an avocado tree in her backyard and used to share the amazing fruits with us. And what better to do with an avocado than make guacamole! Here’s my favorite recipe (that I’ve tried...
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Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

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July 24, 2010
Raspberry Cheddar Pecan Spread

Try this delicious appetizer at your next party! The unique combo of flavors is scrumptious. I brought this to a party recently and people devoured it. This recipe makes a large amount–perfect for a gathering. Plan ahead when making it, as it needs to chill for a few hours. Serve it cold from the fridge with...
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Yogurt White Bread

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June 26, 2010
Yogurt White Bread

Here’s a variation of my Danish Wheat Bread recipe. I added yogurt and used only white flour–the results are a delicious, slightly sour bread that bakes up moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside. It’s so yummy! If you haven’t tried baking fresh bread yet, you gotta try this recipe. It’s really...
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Danish Blue Cheese Bacon Dip

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June 23, 2010
Blue Cheese Bacon Dip

It’s hard to live in Denmark and not learn to love strong flavored Danish blue cheese. It’s great on a KP Cobb Salad, Chicken and Strawberry Salad with Vinaigrette, and fantastic in this dip recipe that I found in Southern Living magazine. This dip is really rich, so serve it with celery and apples to...
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Danish Wheat Bread

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May 13, 2010
Danish Wheat Bread

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about living in Denmark, is that the Danes love bread! Specifically they love fresh, dense, heart-healthy bread. The local bakeries are always stocked with fresh bread, but to be a good Danish woman, you learn to bake your own. So I did! This wheat bread recipe could not...
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Spinach Souffle Stuffed Mushrooms

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January 24, 2010
Spinach Souffle Stuffed Mushrooms_ss

This is an old favorite of mine! I love to make these stuffed mushrooms as a first course when serving an Italian meal. The fresh mushrooms are packed with cheesy-spinach goodness and melt in your mouth! This recipe comes from a magazine, but it’s so long ago, I don’t remember which one. Ingredients: 1...
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Roasted Red Pepper and White Bean Dip

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January 23, 2010
Roasted Red Pepper and White Bean Dip

This heart-healthy bean dip is a twist on the classic hummus. It’s super flavorful and easy to make. Serve it with fresh veggies or pita wedges for a great appetizer! This recipe comes from Cooking Light magazine. Ingredients: 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar 1 (16 oz.) can cannellini beans, rinsed...
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Cheesy Beer Bread

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January 20, 2010
Cheesy Beer Bread_ss

Living in California, I had many chances to eat (and drink) at local breweries. Besides the beer, I loved the fresh baked beer bread, served hot from the oven. So when I came across this recipe in Cooking Light magazine, I knew it was a keeper. This bread is so easy to whip up...
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Red Pepper Cheddar Dip

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January 3, 2010
Red Pepper Cheddar Dip_ss

Move over boring french onion dip–here’s a fantastic new chip dip to try! The flavor combo of bacon, cheddar, and green onions are bold and savory and taste like a loaded baked potato when dipped with a potato chip. Bring this to your next party and enjoy! I found this recipe in a magazine,...
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