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My sister-in-law Jill and I tend to like the same foods, including dishes with lots of vegetables. When she recommended a soup recipe that showcases the magical powers of fennel, an ingredient new to me, I was delighted with the results.

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Even Easier Homemade Pizza

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

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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.

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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.