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An authentic savory Greek pie made with fresh spinach, feta cheese and crispy flakey layers of phyllo dough. Yum!
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Finding solutions in challenging times, Kate Fuglei is inspired by Rachel Calof’s story of strength and hope for better days.
This week, Jean’s Reliable Recipes features a delicious, moist blueberry bread… perfect for a summer brunch… better make two!
My grandmother, from Ireland, would make this warm and cozy dish throughout the winter months. I’ve re-invented it to suit a more healthy palette and have added in turkey and extra vegetables.
Jean’s mother-in-law, the lovely Lucille Trebek, made this tasty hearty pea soup during the winter, a tradition that Jean happily continues.
Can a piece of gum, oozing blood and a chicken teach you peace?
You’ve seen her… I promise you have… she’s done more that 200 TV shows and movies. Marianne Muellerleile has that sort of presence that is unforgettable. Her heart is big, her compassion bigger. Here is a glimpse of Marianne’s journey with Heifer International.
Heart healthy and easy to prepare! Jean Trebek’s delicious seafood dinner recipe of walnut crusted salmon is a great entrée idea for dinner parties or for just hanging at home with the family. “The flavorful combination of mustard, walnuts and honey make this dish irresistible.”