Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sheet Pan Pork Loin Roast with Parmesan Oven Wedges

Pork tenderloin is one of those things that seems like a fancy meal, but takes very little time and effort to produce. I have served this particular meal to visiting family several times, and it is always well-received. The potatoes … Continue reading

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Harvest Pear Salad with Spiced Pomegranate Vinaigrette

This salad reminds me of fall. From the fresh pears to the walnuts to the dried cranberries to the tang of the spiced pomegranate vinaigrette…I have eaten it during other seasons, but it’s just never as good as it is … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash Soup

Autumn is a time when I love to have soup. And even though all of my family doesn’t love to have soup all of the time, I often like to pair some of my favorite soups with other entrees so … Continue reading

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Meal Plan #100

My highlight this week was breakfast for dinner. My kids love it, it’s pretty easy, and you don’t really have to plan ahead too much. Sounds perfect! ~Katie Katie’s plan: Potato-leek soup, sesame broccoli, pane bianco, cantaloupe, pumpkin dream bars … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Bread

I’m a big fan of pumpkin, but I’m just as likely to make pumpkin muffins in June as in October and November. It doesn’t have to be fall for me to get in the “pumpkin pie spice” mood. But if … Continue reading

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