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EVOO Gem in South Carolina...

Food Sharing Network founder Kathy Mathieu stumbles upon a rival to her favorite extra virgin olive oil while visiting Pawleys Island in South Carolina.

Leftover Hot Dogs – A Quandary No More...

As a part of our first anniversary celebration, Food Sharing Network is proud to reprise its first recipe post, Hot Dog Fried Rice. With the right leftovers and other simple ingredients in the house, you can enjoy a satisfying, delicious meal with a small amount of work or expense.

How about some Yankee Pasta Salad?...

Most people call the cold salad made with elbow macaroni and a mayonnaise-based dressing macaroni salad. That works for me, but I think Yankee Pasta Salad might be more appropriate. Or, if you are lucky enough to be able to get Jersey fresh tomatoes, you might like the name Jersey Fresh Macaroni Salad. No matter what you choose to call it, here’s a recipe using one of summer’s best offerings: garden-grown tomatoes.

Eggplant and Tomato Salad

After a long hiatus, Food Sharing Network is delighted to be posting again. Here’s a salad that is good any time of the year, but particularly appealing when the weather is hot and eggplant and tomatoes are in season.

Even Easier Homemade Pizza

There is a lot of mystery and drama around when it comes to home cooking. In fact, you might be reading this and thinking pizza has to be way too hard to make. To be honest, the most difficult part is remembering to take the dough out of the fridge in time. Make it a family project, and you’ll have fun too.

A New Family Favorite – Baked Brie with Fig Sauce...

Cooking and eating are big parts of getting together with family for Chris and me. Most often, everyone pitches in, which adds to the fun. We enjoy trying new recipes, especially when the guests are versatile eaters with good appetites. It was delightful to try a new appetizer that appears to be our newest favorite family – baked brie with a quick and easy fresh fig sauce.

Easy and Guilt-free: Cauliflower Pizza

My sister, Patricia, couldn’t wait to tell me about the cauliflower pizza her friend Tonya made for her. Truthfully, I had never heard of it before, but since then I have learned that cauliflower pizza is becoming increasingly popular, as more people eat gluten-free or try to cut down on calorie-laden items such as pizza crust. For whatever reason you choose to go this route, expect a tasty meal. Many thanks for this recipe, inspired by Tonya and shared by Patricia.

Broccoli with Anchovies

Food biases make our lives harder and keep us from enjoying food that we would like. So, although I have a great reluctance to deal with anchovies at all, I have to say that more than one recipe has come my way to make me rethink my approach to these funny looking fillets.