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Spicy Spaghetti Squash

Reviewed: Aug. 9, 2012
Way too much red pepper flakes. Why not bring them to the table, instead, and let those who care to partake in them sprinkle them on instead. If I'm using the oven anyway, I roast about 6 to 8 cloves of garlic sprinkled heavily with red pepper flakes in small ramekins and serve them on a lazy susan in the middle of the table along with other condiments. My boyfriend just loves 'spicy' on his spaghetti type dishes, but I recognize that not everyone does, so this works quite well and if someone wants just a small taste, they can! :>D
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Frosty Strawberry fluff yogurt dessert

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2012
This was very easy. Only thing I did differently was to add some rhubarb which I had cooked down a little first, with the strawberries. Have to use all that is growing in the garden :>D. Very satisfying on a hot summer night! Thank you!
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Frosty Strawberry Squares

Reviewed: Jul. 28, 2012
This was very easy. Only thing I did differently was to add some rhubarb which I had cooked down a little first, with the strawberries. Have to use all that is growing in the garden :>D. Very satisfying on a hot summer night! Thank you!
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Tomato & Vegie Summer Basil Pasta Entre' (Hot or Cold)

Reviewed: Jul. 19, 2012
I added chopped italian parsley (from my garden) and you could saute' vidalia onions and the basil and italian parsley with and sugar snap peas and some finely sliced zucchini (I used my mandolin) it really enhances the flavor and the texture. I added a splash of balsamic vinegar too. Yummy! I find my garden the creator of most of my summer meals. Throw items in that are ready to be picked and viola! you have a new dish. Its been a hot summer, so it's nice to have some cold leftovers that are ready to munch. I doubled the recipe so I could have more refrigerated and ready after a long day and commute. Thank you Angela! :>D
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Tomato Basil Pasta

Reviewed: Jul. 19, 2012
I added chopped italian parsley (from my garden) and you could saute' vidalia onions and the basil and italian parsley with and sugar snap peas and some finely sliced zucchini (I used my mandolin) it really enhances the flavor and the texture. I added a splash of balsamic vinegar too. Yummy! I find my garden the creator of most of my summer meals. Throw items in that are ready to be picked and viola! you have a new dish. Its been a hot summer, so it's nice to have some cold leftovers that are ready to munch. I doubled the recipe so I could have more refrigerated and ready after a long day and commute. Thank you Angela! :>D
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