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by Caitlin Saniga

I might have said goodbye to tomatoes in this recent post, but I snagged a few last fruits from my scraggly plants. I was inspired by the textures of kale and fresh green cabbage at the farmers market, so I tore up a few leaves, tossed in some sliced tomatoes and fresh green beans, and whipped up the tastiest roasted red pepper dressing. This salad was a pleasant summer's end surprise.

I might have said goodbye to tomatoes in this recent post, but I snagged a few last fruits from my scraggly plants. I was inspired by the textures of kale and fresh green cabbage at the farmers market, so I tore up a few leaves, tossed in some sliced tomatoes and fresh green beans, and whipped up the tastiest roasted red pepper dressing. This salad was a pleasant summer’s end surprise.

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by Sarah Steimer

Barbecue pulled chicken sandwich with slaw

These sandwiches were heaven. We were out all day and had plans to make them when we got home, and it was just about all I could think about. They were really quite simple to make, and the chipotle added an extra zip that took it beyond a simple lunchtime sandwich.

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by Sarah Steimer

Beef banh mi tacos

I really love that this dish is a combination of two stellar street foods: banh mi and tacos. As far as I can tell, you can’t go wrong with some really powerful flavors all wrapped up to go. I’ll have to brainstorm some other street food hybrids. Pad thai sliders?

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by Sarah Steimer

Curry broiled salmon over Greek yogurt slaw

A little mint goes a long way. The herb really makes this yogurt slaw pop and, along with the golden raisins, helps balance the earthy curry flavor in the salmon. A perfect Saturday meal!

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by Caitlin Saniga

Cauliflower salad with red cabbage, feta and lemon-rosemary dressing

Served fresh, this salad has lots of nice crunch and crisp flavors. Served a day after it’s prepared, everything turns a bit purple, but the cauliflower loses a bit of its bite (which I like) and the flavors are accentuated. I served mine on the second day on top of a heap of quinoa.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Ever since Sarah tried this *beautiful* roasted sweet potato with Brussles sprouts, etc., I've been dying to come up with a roasted sweet potato recipe on my own. This rendition was based on what I had in my fridge and pantry: some salsa, leftover cabbage, green onions, tortilla chips and kidney beans. Not a bad combination!

Ever since Sarah tried this *beautiful* roasted sweet potato with Brussels sprouts, etc., I’ve been dying to come up with a roasted sweet potato recipe on my own. This rendition was based on what I had in my fridge and pantry: some salsa, leftover cabbage, feta, green onions, tortilla chips and kidney beans. Not a bad combination!


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by Caitlin Saniga

Carolina-style pulled pork sandwiches

The recipe I was working from called this Carolina-style barbecue, which I find a bit deceiving. Is it possible for something to be called “barbecue” if it’s never touched a grill? I’m opting to call this pulled pork instead, but it’s darn delicious nonetheless. The apple cider vinegar and hot sauce give it a nice Southern twang, too. And the portion size makes this perfect for feeding a crowd.


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