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Slow Cooker Zucchini Lasagna

Make use of all that nutritious garden zucchini with this delicious recipe that uses your slow cooker — no need to turn on the oven!

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Raspberry Trifle With Sweet Cream

Enjoy this decadent recipe from Full Moon Suppers, a cookbook by Chef Annemarie Ahearn at Salt Water Farm in Maine.

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4 Easy Camping Meals That Wow!

With a little planning and a hot fire, you can enjoy delicious meals that are sure to impress your tent-mates. See the recipes!

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Brussels Sprouts: Small In Size, Big On Flavor and Nutrition

Think you’re not a fan of this nutritious cruciferous vegetable? It might be time to give them a second chance. Try this easy recipe and you’re sure to be a convert.

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Easy Beer Cheese Soup

This creamy gourmet soup just might be your new favorite. Served with crusty bread, it makes the perfect meal!

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Italian Easter Bread with Colored Eggs

This traditional Easter bread, from Chef Sal Scognamillo of Patsy’s Italian Restaurant in New York City, will steal the spotlight on your holiday brunch table!

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Make Your Own Herbed Focaccia

Crisp on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside, and so easy to make! Try our authentic recipe.

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10 Secrets To Healthier Chili

This comfort food classic gets a boost of nutrition — without sacrificing flavor — with these easy ideas from the Farmers’ Almanac kitchen.

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