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Asian Clam Chowder with Oyster Mushrooms by FamilySpice.com

Asian Clam Chowder with Oyster Mushrooms

Asian Clam Chowder: this New England classic gets an Asian twist with the use of water chestnuts and oyster mushrooms. Sponsored by the Mushroom Council. I cannot believe that I am just about done with week 4 of my Mushroom Ambassadorship for Mamavation’s 30-Day Mushroom Challenge. It has certainly been a whole lotta fun cooking with (and eating!) […]

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Artichoke and Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms by FamilySpice.com

Artichoke and Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms

These Artichoke Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms make a great snack, appetizer or a light meal and are also full of protein, fiber and vitamins. Sponsored by the Mushroom Council. I just finished week #3 as a Mushroom Ambassador for Mamavation’s 30-Day Mushroom Challenge and boy was it a tough one. As I mentioned in an earlier post, it started […]

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Roasted Balsamic Vegetable Salad by FamilySpice.com

Roasted Balsamic Vegetable Salad

This roasted balsamic vegetable salad makes a terrific appetizer or side dish. Mix in some quinoa and you have a filling and nutritious meal. Happy Spring! Last Thursday around 10am PST Spring arrived. It is also Norouz and the Persian New Year. The family and I were busy getting the house in order (hence the […]

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Leftover Corned Beef and Cabbage Quinoa by FamilySpice.com

Leftover Corned Beef and Cabbage Quinoa

Don’t use that leftover corned beef for another sandwich. Mix it in with mushrooms, cabbage and quinoa for a delightful treat! Although I am busy getting my  house ready for Norouz with our haft sin and house cleaning, I can’t forget that there was another holiday most people celebrated yesterday. Although I am not Irish, […]

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Slow-Cooker Chicken Fricassée by FamilySpice.com

Slow Cooker Chicken Fricassée

Raise your hand if you struggle to get a delicious homemade dinner that your entire family will like during the week? It’s okay, my hand is raised. People assume that if you are a food blogger, this comes naturally to us. It doesn’t. It’s not easy juggling the extra-curricular activities of three kids, volunttering at […]

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