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by Sarah Stiemer

Carrot, kale and tofu salad with spicy peanut dressing

This salad is a great side dish, but I wanted to make it my main course. To do so, I knew I needed to add a protein. I opted for tofu, but some chickpeas would also be great in this salad.

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by Sarah Steimer

Miso and maple-glazed roasted vegetables

A simple, flavorful dish that can be served with a salad? On a weeknight? So easy that you can watch multiple animal GIFs while you make it. (And I KNOW you have leftover miso from my recent orange-miso salmon recipe.)

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by Sarah Steimer

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The original recipe called for fennel at the bottom of the pan, but fennel isn’t always my favorite. I loved the fish with the onions (which also picked up the glaze beautifully) and would even suggest adding broccoli as well.

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by Sarah Steimer

Raw chocolate fudge with walnuts

This was my favorite fudge of the batch! Like Caitlin’s peppermint fudge from yesterday, this used a couple of special ingredients to stay a little more fluffy and less dense than fudge made with condensed milk.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Sweet and salty bourbon-maple pistachios

Pistachios are my favorite kind of nuts. I’ve only ever had the roasted/salted version, so it was fun to experiment with flavors this time around. Coarse salt and turbinado sugar added crunch.

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by Sarah Steimer

Maple leaf cookies

I received nothing but great reviews on these cookies, and not just from Bill (who, for the record, doesn’t even really like sweets all that much). The original recipe called for topping with sanding sugar, but I opted for a simple cinnamon-sugar combo to boost the fall flavors and — more honestly — so I could avoid buying something extra.

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by Caitlin Saniga

bacon jam

The first time I had this was at my friend Suzanne’s house. We made a day of decorating gingerbread cookies, and she brought out this strange-looking but divine-smelling dip, or so I thought. She wouldn’t tell me what it was until I loaded up a few crackers and tried it for myself. “Bacon jam,” she said, as I stood in awe with my mouth full. Perfect for crackers, bread or French toast or for handing out by the jar to your favorite people. Bacon jam.

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