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Amish Homemade Mustard

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>&#8220;This recipe is from Amish Cooking by Pathway Publishers. This recipe is a sweet, mild dipping mustard. Identical to Herlochers Dipping Mustard in flavor.&#8221; -bshemyshua at food.com</p>
Source: food.com
Servings: 18 tablespoons
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Andersen's Split Pea Soup

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>In the middle of California on a long, lonely highway drive from north to south (or vice versa) there sits a wonderful little restaurant that makes the best split pea soup on the planet. If you ever find yourself there, go!</p>
Source: thehistorykitchen,com
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: peas, celery, carrot, onion, thyme, bay, pepper
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Anna’s False Apple/Zucchini Pie

From The Wednesday Market

<p>Fool your enemies, and amaze your friends!!! <br /> Use Large overgrown zucchini* peeled, and sliced into quarters lengthwise , remove seeds and slice to resemble sliced apples. Makes a pie that tastes just like an apple pie, same consistency etc. Use of apple pie spices are what makes the difference.</p> <ul> <li>Read this as <span class="caps">HUGE</span>, the zukes that have hidden on the plant until they look like a baseball bat! You would never think of using this big squash for anything, <span class="caps">THIS</span> is the one you want, trust me. ], The bigger, thicker, darker green and firmer they are the better for making this pie!;-)</li> </ul>
Source: Anna Evans
Servings: One 9 inch deep dish pie
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Anytime Cucumber Salad

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>A great way to use those cucumbers!</p>
Source: Taste of Home Brand Name Cookbook, Spring 2010
Servings: 4 servings
Ingredient keywords: cucumbers, grapes
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Apple Cider-Glazed Turnips

From Lawrenceville, GA

<p>Apple cider&#8217;s sweetness is a perfect foil for turnip&#8217;s earthy character. Serve these alongside roasted chicken, pork, or lamb.</p>
Source: Whole Foods
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: butter, turnip, apple cider, brown sugar, salt, black pepper, parsley
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Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oatmeal

From Stones River Market

<p>With the upcoming cold weather, I found this recipe on Yummly to add to the weekly newsletter.</p>
Source: Yummly and Real Mom Kitchen (http://www.yummly.com/recipe/external/Apple-cinnamon-overnight-oatmeal-369527)
Servings: Serves 6 - 8
Ingredient keywords: apple, milk, cider, oats, vanilla, granola
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Apple Dapple Cake

From GFM

Apple Dapple Cake <p>Every time my mother presented this cake, she was asked for her recipe. I have seen many recipes similar to this one, but this remains a &#8220;treasure&#8221; within my family. Courtesy of my mom, Regina Sartalamacchia.</p> <p>Yield: 6 servings</p> <p>Beat together until well blended:<br /> 1-1/2 cups oil<br /> 2 cups sugar<br /> 3 large eggs<br /> 1 tsp. vanilla extract<br /> 1/2 tsp. salt <br /> (don&#8217;t overbeat; you&#8217;re not trying to incorporate air)</p> <p>Add to the mixture and mix only till blended:<br /> 2-1/2 cups flour (or blend of flours)<br /> 1-1/2 tsp. baking soda<br /> 1/ Tbsp. cinnamon (or more, to taste)<br /> 1/2 tsp. ginger<br /> 1/2 tsp. allspice<br /> 1/2 tsp. mace and/or 1/2 tsp. nutmeg (optional)</p> <p>Fold in:<br /> 3 cups (or three medium) apples of the green baking type, not peeled, cut into quarters, cored, then cut into thin slices.<br /> 1 to 1-1/2 cups broken walnut meats</p> <p>Batter will be quite stiff. Pour/scrape into a tube pan (Bundt pan) which has been well greased with a solid shortening such as Crisco. Place in oven preheated to 400 and immediately lower temperature to 375 After the first fifteen minutes, lower the heat to 350. Bake for a total of 50 to 60 minutes. Cake is done when it has pulled away slightly from the side of the pan and can be touched without leaving a mark.</p> <p>Notes: When I have wanted to lower calories, I have lowered the oil to 1 cup, and the sugar to 1-1/2 cups, and found it is still very good. <br /> One-half-cup more apples and walnuts may also be used.</p>
Source: Regina Sartalamacchia
Servings: 6 servings
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Apple Pie Omelet

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>Most everyone loves this omelet&#8212;particularly good for a weekend brunch. Using apples, eggs, and cheese from our <span class="caps">CSA</span>, I whip this up quickly and add some muffins, yogurt topped with granola, and some coffee/tea/mimosas.<br /> Ingredients for one omelet: 2 eggs, 1 small/medium apple, about 2 T grated cheddar cheese, cinnamon, salt, butter/oil. Optional: allspice &amp; cardamom.<br /> Directions: Core &amp; chop apple (I prefer Northern Spy or Topaz) and cook in a mixture of butter &amp; oil (about 1 t. each). Sprinkle liberally with cinnamon and, if you like, some allspice &amp; cardamom. Stir periodically so apples don&#8217;t stick or burn. Meantime, grate cheese and beat two eggs. Add a little salt to the eggs and prepare as you would any omelet (preferably in a non-stick fry pay. When omelet is almost ready, add cooked apple &amp; cheese. As cheese starts to melt, fold omelet and serve.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Created this years ago when my children were little and loved apple pie with cheese.
Servings: Recipe serves one, but you can use a large pan and cook 6 apples--use a dozen eggs, etc.
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Apple Ratatouille

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>Created this years ago&#8212;during apple season&#8212;because it&#8217;s tasty, full of good local ingredients, and it is a great way to get kids to eat some veg.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Although this is my creation, I found a similar recipe in a book about apples.
Servings: Serves 4 as a side dish or 2 for a generous lunch.
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Apple stuffed Acorn Squash

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>This is simply divine! An Autumn meal at its best!</p>
Source: Where else..the WWW
Servings: 6 squash halves
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