Recipes From The Wild Rogue

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Entree

A Fresh Tailgate Menu

Simple Sheet Pan Suppers

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2 Simple Sheet Pan Suppers      At times, spending hours in the kitchen can be a relaxing, enjoyable experience. […]

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Appetizers

Appetizers for Easy Entertaining

Appetizers for Easy Entertaining

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2 Appetizers for Easy Entertaining (Family Features) When it comes time to entertain family and friends, it’s important to have […]

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Side Dishes

Lemony Broccoli Rabe with White Beans

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2 Source: Lemony Broccoli Rabe with White Beans .entry-meta Lemony Broccoli Rabe with White Beans .entry-header Bright, bitter and creamy, […]

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Desserts

Pumpkin-Perfect Autumn Recipes

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2 Pumpkin-Perfect Autumn Recipes (Family Features) Fall is perfect for making time for fun before the busy holiday season – […]

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Morels and Other Wild Mushrooms in the History of North American First Nations

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2           By Jim Briggs        While detailed oral histories of First Nations use of indigenous herbs, plants and trees for medicine and nutrition are pervasive, very little detail of North American aboriginal uses of mushrooms is available. The reasons for this seem self-explanatory.      First, most mushrooms and fungi have little taste, sparse […]

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Tips for Elk Hunting

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2 Tips for Elk Hunting   Elk hunting is every hunters dream to be able to go out and shoot a monster bull. Some hunters have the luck of doing it every year but for the ones that have that one life time chance to go elk hunting, here are a few tips that will help you on your hunt, […]

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Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy School Days

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2 Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy School Days (Family Features) When the school year rolls around, switching from pool to school means finding simpler ways to kick off the day with healthy and nutritious options. Preparing feel-good breakfasts can be as easy as picking and putting together the right ingredients, if you know where to buy them. At grocery stores like […]

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Pumpkin-Perfect Autumn Recipes

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2 Pumpkin-Perfect Autumn Recipes (Family Features) Fall is perfect for making time for fun before the busy holiday season – go for a fall picnic, visit your local orchard or pumpkin patch, and take advantage of all the flavors fall has to offer. Try these delicious, comforting, no-hassle fall ideas that won’t carve a big chunk out of your budget: […]

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Cozy Breakfast Essentials for Fall

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2 6 Cozy Breakfast Essentials for Fall Wholesome morning recipes to embrace all season long (Family Features) As leaves fall and temperatures cool, put a comforting twist on breakfast classics like oats and pancakes by incorporating autumn flavors from delicious fall harvest. Whether you’re craving something sweet or savory, enjoying a breakfast full of wholesome ingredients and essential nutrients can […]

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Cooking for a Cause

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2 Cooking for a Cause (Family Features) If you love to entertain and want to support a good cause, now you can do both at the same time. Currently in its 16th year, Cook for the Cure is a program that gives those with a passion for cooking a way to support the fight against breast cancer. Through culinary-based fundraising, […]

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Food and Fun in Cooler Weather

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2 3 Activities for Food and Fun in Cooler Weather (Family Features) When the weather cools down, parents begin to look for indoor activities to keep their kids busy and entertained. Singer, actress and mother Christina Milian feels it’s important to fuel family fun with activities that strike a balance of fun and food, not just for kids but parents, […]

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A Fresh Tailgate Menu

A Fresh Tailgate Menu
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2 A Fresh Tailgate Menu Quick and tasty ideas for game day (Family Features) Take your tailgating game to new heights this season with fresh dishes that are easy to make and serve, whether your tailgating tradition takes place at the game or at home. Fast prep times and short ingredient lists make these recipes a cinch to prepare in […]

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Sweet Seasonal Treats for Fall

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2 Sweet Seasonal Treats for Fall (Family Features) Crisp fall days call for flavorful desserts that warm you from the inside out. There’s no better way to capture the flavor of fall than with dishes that celebrate traditional seasonal favorites like cinnamon, spice and tart, juicy apples. These desserts are perfect for fall, and a secret ingredient makes them quick […]

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Cranberry-Orange Pecan Bread

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2 Cranberry-Orange Pecan Bread Shake off the winter blues and delight your senses with Angostura Bitters. This unique ingredient lends an unmistakable flavor and aroma to this delicious and heart-warming Cranberry Orange Pecan Bread.   SOURCE: Angostura Originally posted 2017-10-14 09:13:32.

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