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Back to school? It’...

Hectic days usually come with the start of school. When we are our busiest, we seem to need a satisfying and nutritious meal most. Food Sharing Network recommends an Italian-style pot roast that makes excellent use of that slow cooker you may have put aside for the summer. We used ours to make this entree for a Labor Day weekend party.

Apricot Molded Salad

Looking for a use for that Tupperware mold? Food Sharing Network recommends Mom’s Apricot Molded Salad.

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 her garage.

Indulge – Try Our Homemade Margarita

It’s not to late to pick up the ingredients for homemade margaritas this weekend.

A July 4th dish – no grill

You don’t need a grill to celebrate the Fourth of July.

My CSA: From Asparagus to Garlic Scapes

Some good cooking and eating and new food adventures were the results of Food Sharing Network founder Kathy Mathieu’s first CSA share.

Finally! My first CSA share.

Kathy and Chris are looking forward to their first box from the Richfield Farms CSA in Clifton, NJ.

A Summer Classic – Blueberry Muffins

Kathy can’t resist trying new recipes for blueberry muffins. This time, she was looking for something moist, but quick and easy. This recipe was billed, rightfully so, as being scrumptious. Sour cream and butter make the muffins rich.