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Red Dragon Fruit Sherbet

September 30, 2014
Red Dragon Fruit Sherbet | Magnolia Days

Sometimes food has a coolness factor. It could be a unique way it looks, such as with Buddha’s Hand or those little alien-looking pumpkins and gourds. There are eye-catching colors like purple sweet potatoes. Texture can be one of those factors too. Every now and then you find one with multiple coolness factors. Such is […]

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Chocolate Potato Skull Cake for #SundaySupper

September 28, 2014
Chocolate Potato Skull Cake | Magnolia Days

Halloween is simply a whole bunch of fun. Kids of all ages look forward to a special night filled with treats of all kinds. There is the treat of putting on a costume and going out looking very different than usual. I typically go for something funny or unique and make homemade Halloween costumes. There […]

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Delicata Squash Risotto

September 25, 2014
Delicata Squash Risotto | Magnolia Days

Fall is kicking in some serious comfort food cravings. It only takes one cool morning and visions of soups and stews fill my head. There are several turkey carcasses in my freezer that will soon be used to make stock. They will in a pot bubbling away with onion, celery, carrot, garlic, thyme, and spices. […]

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Hatch Chile Cilantro Slaw

September 23, 2014
Hatch Chile Cilantro Slaw | Magnolia Days

Slaw is a simple side or topping with so many variations. Cabbage reigns as the most common vegetable used in it. Then there are slaws made with shredded broccoli, celery, carrots and more. Texture plays a part too. The cabbage can be thick shredded, finely shredded, or grated. The most important part is the dressing. […]

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