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Food Sharing Network guest contributor Gabriela enjoys cooking for her family – and she’s very good at it. She shares a newly discovered recipe for fish stew with potatoes and vegetables.

Welcome Summer

Food Sharing Network is proud to kick off summer by repeating one of our favorite seasonal recipes, Summer Fresh Mini Blueberry Pies by contributor Rose Ellen Lorber-Termaat.

We Live and Learn

“With an ever-hungry young man, few things enhance a girl’s stock as a girl as swiftly, as surely, as something really good to eat that she made herself.”

Who writes stuff like this, you ask? Believe it or not, Enid A. Haupt, publishing executive, visionary philanthropist and leader among her peers, New York’s elite. The quote is from the foreword to the 1964 edition of The Seventeen Cookbook, which Kathy recently unearthed in a box of old cookbooks in my garage.

Just in Time for Halloween – Pumpkin Cookies

Food Sharing Network contributor Helena Dinis provides us with another delicious, but easy, homemade dessert – Pumpkin Cookies. Do note the attractive way that Helena serves them. A pretty platter makes homemade cookies even more appealing.

One-Pot Poached Cod Entree

Oh, the humble cod dinner. I keep on singing its praises. Think of it as light, healthy comfort food. Wild caught cod is also readily available by me and often on sale.

Lyndhurst, NJ – Help for the Hungry

Kathy was recently approached by a woman at the Shop-Rite in Lyndhurst, NJ who said, “You would be surprised to know how many people in Lyndhurst do not have enough to eat. Hunger is pervasive in America. Food Sharing Network shares resources for Lyndhurst’s hungriest residents.

Are you thinking apple pie?

Do you have a pile of apples that seem just right for cooking? Food Sharing Network is pleased to share Kathy’s favorite recipe for apple pie.