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Oven-Roasted Potatoes and Onions with Rosemary

The great thing about growing New potatoes or “New Baby Potatoes” is that they’re exactly as they sound, potatoes that are still young (about 10 weeks old), which means they can make a great spring planting and early summer harvest instead of waiting all summer long for them to grow into larger potatoes.

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Easy Chicken and Corn Skillet Recipe

Usually, when I write recipes from my garden, I’m referring to a surplus of tomatoes, or squash, or even peppers that all come at once and you feel like you have to quickly rush to consume. But even though corn has a similar shelf-life (about 5-7 days in the fridge if it’s still in the husk), I never worry, I just plot out how I’m going to use it all. To me, there’s never too much corn!

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Backyard Dandelion Greens Salad with Dandelion Fritters

There are lots of edible spring flowers, but where I live in the northeast, the first three to arrive are usually Dandelions, Violets and Forsythia blossoms. So, if you’re up for a little foraging in your backyard for a free salad, you might already have everything you need to make this Dandelion Greens Salad! Plus, your friends will think you’re either really really cool or really weird when you post photos of it online, and both are compliments in my book.

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How to Make Chicken Cacciatore in a Crock-Pot

Chicken Cacciatore is a spicy, saucy dish that uses chicken, cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, and onions as the primary ingredients. It’s typically made in a skillet, but if you don’t yet know how to make Chicken Cacciatore in a Crock-Pot, you’re in for a real treat.

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Honey Roasted Honeynut Squash Recipe

Double the honey, please! Roasted Honeynut Squash has been a favorite for me this season. They are just so cute, easy to peel, and have such a sweet flavor that they taste like a mini concentrated butternut squash—which is exactly how they were designed!

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Vegetarian Pan-Roasted Butternut Squash and Onions with Rice

As a mom of a busy toddler, I know the struggle to come up with quick healthy meals, so I have a lot of love for anything I can throw on a baking sheet like this roasted butternut squash and onions dish. While the squash and onions are roasting, you can make the rice, and then toss it together for a complete vegetarian meal.

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Fancy Honey-Glazed Roasted Carrots Recipe

Did you know that carrots were originally purple, yellow, and sometimes white? But in the 1700s the orange carrot was born, and it was preferred because it had higher amounts of beta carotene. Fascinating, right? Well, the Honey-Glazed Carrots recipe I’m going to share with you today is so flexible that you can make it with orange carrots, yellow carrots, or purple carrots. You can also mix it up and add parsnips!