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Curried Cauliflower with Golden Raisins

Curried Cauliflower with Golden Raisins and GingerCurried cauliflower with golden raisins and ginger is a great side for chicken or steak, but it can stand on its own as  a meatless meal.

We are eating more vegetables these days.   Also, we are eating healthier.  At least, we are trying to eat healthier (when I’m not eating cookies).  I love vegetables, I honestly prefer them over meat most of the time.  However, they can be boring  if you never jazz them up.  Otherwise, we’d eat them without complaint.  A little spice can go a long way.  For example – curry powder.

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Roasted Red Flannel Hash with Country Sausage

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This week, we have a very special guest post!  You all know her as Pastry Chef Online, but she is my “Sissy”.  She is like family to me. If I could choose a sister, it would be her.  We met years ago and it was an instant kinship.  She is a talented pastry chef, a great friend and a generous, kind and compassionate person.  I am lucky to call her friend and we are all lucky that she has made us Red Flannel Hash with Country Sausage!  

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Roasted Idaho® Fingerling Potatoes with Shishito Peppers and Asian Spices

togarashi-spiced-fingerlings-ppThis post is sponsored by Idaho® Potatoes, all opinions are mine!
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Last month, I was invited to join Idaho® Potatoes on their Harvest Tour 2016.   What a privilege! I had never been to Idaho before and to be honest, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect.  I had arrived a few days before the rest of the bloggers to stay the weekend in Boise with L and her husband D.  The 48 hours spent in Boise felt like twice as long because L had planned so many incredible things for us.  We had the most incredible time in Boise and I seriously can’t wait to go back.  If you’ve never been, GO.  I know most people would think “Really?!”  “Boise?!”  Yes.  Boise.  The food was on par, we rode bikes everywhere we went and had some fantastic wines.  I may have to do a follow up post on Boise, because I loved it so much.  I’m sure that it had much to do with L, her outstanding itinerary and her wonderful husband who is such a love.
Onto the HARVEST TOUR!!!!

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