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Parsley Sauce

“parsley recipe…for all sorts of uses from spreading on crackers or crispbread, to melting over broiled fish or steaks, to tossing with hot cooked green beans or noodles, and many more.”

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Parsley Pesto

The full-bodied, aromatic flavor of Italian parsley or single leaf parsley, which is also sometimes known as flat leaf parsley, combines with garlic, almonds, olive oil and Parmesan cheese to make this version of pesto.

It’s a good way to prepare a bumper crop of parsley so that you can keep it a little longer than a fresh-picked bunch would last in the refrigerator. Or maybe freeze it for a little later.

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Garbanzo, Zucchini, Feta and Pasta Salad – Gluten-Free

Want a satisfying, filling, tasty lunch?

Try this pasta salad with garbanzos, zucchini, tomato and feta.

To my surprise, my husband ate a whole dishful, including the GF pasta — and the zucchini.

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Pizza With King Arthur Flour’s GF Pizza Crust Mix – a Review

Tempting, aromatic pizza is always hard to resist, especially with my favorite toppings on it. Some pizza mixes for gluten-free pizza crust are better than….

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Chicken Mozzarella-Parmesan (Gluten-free)

Hot, savory chicken with sauce and cheese is full of flavor but quick and easy enough for a weeknight supper.



You’ll find this goes equally well with pasta and salad one time as it does with Tater Tots and green beans the next time.



Hot, savory chicken with sauce and cheese, full of flavor but quick and easy enough for a weeknight supper. You’ll find this goes equally as well with gluten-free pasta and salad one time as it does with Tater Tots and green beans the next time. Al likes both combinations. (A pan of Tater Tots can bake alongside the chicken in about the same time it bakes.)

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