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Fiesta Relish

Fresh, local corn gets roasted to bring out even more of it's natural sugars before teaming up with homegrown tomatoes and peppers in a tangy, sweet relish perfect for canning. Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Fruit - Sweetened Crockpot Ketchup

You'll never miss the sugar in this slow-cooked delight that makes perfect use for all those leftover Summer tomatoes! Peach and apple bring a natural warm nectar to the tomatoes and onion, and the ability of it to freeze well means you can make a ton in season and enjoy it all year long! Makes about 3 cups, NI is for a 2-tbsp serving.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Spicy Cabbage Soup

The unusual combination of vegetables in this healthy soup are brought together beautifully with the spices. Adapted from WHFoods.com.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Mango Spice Bars

Ridiculously easy to whip together using a food processor, these blondie-like bar cookies are filled with the flavours of the tropics. Great for the next BBQ!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Dorothy In Oz Salad

A creamy broccoli and cranberry salad with nuts and celery for kicks. I call it Dorothy in Oz because of the green and red contrasts. Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Dilly Romano Beans

We grow Italian flat beans (AKA Romano beans), which are delicious any which way regular green beans can be used. Pickling them with garlic and dill is a fabulous way to preserve the season!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Thirded Sweet Quickbread
Thirded Sweet Quickbread

In the colonal United States, wheat supplies were very low, leading to the new British immigrants combining wheat and rye flours with cornmeal in their bread baking. Both quick and yeasted breads were "thirded" and it's a practice still used today for items such as Boston Brown Bread.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Urban Camper Cake

If you are not the camping sort, here is a decadent version of the classic: s’mores! It tastes remarkably similar, is egg-free (but do use good butter or butter-flavour stick margarine) and you eat it in a civilized manner, on a plate, with a fork. It's all the fun of camping without any of the fun of camping! Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Southern Spicy Lenses

Adapted from a recipe on The Gracious Bowl's website, rich and earthy with just the right amount of southwestern zing! A great, heart healthy and nose clearing meal!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Black-Eyed Pea Burgers

Adapted from Vegan Addict (http://veganaddict.wordpress.com/2008/04/
10/buns-of-soul/)Submitted by JO_JO_BA


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