October 2014 Blogs

Mom, dietitian and blogger Sarah Remmer has contributed one of her blog posts called My Top 5 Favourite Slow Cooker Recipes.  Sarah's blog is called "Nutrition From Stork to Fork and you can read more about Sarah and check out her blog at http://www.sarahremmer.com/about/#sthash.MuBouknu.dXfef92b.dpbs,


My Top 5 Favourite Slow Cooker Recipes

by Sarah Remmer, RD

It’s pumpkin season, and oh what a season it’s been in my garden. I have so many pumpkins and other winter squash, I’m not sure what I’m going to do with all of it.  


Read garden writer Amy Andrychowicz recommendations for storing pumpkins for the winter.


Garden writer Amy Andrychowicz helps us store pumpkins for the winter

Shared by Amy Andrychowicz and www.savvygardening.com

Fall in the Maritimes is spectacular!  It is my favorite season with the shorter days, colorful leaves and late, warm sunshine! It is easy to cook in the fall as the garden is full of a healthy and hearty harvest.  I love squash, zucchini, parsnips, pumpkins and tomatoes, to name a few.  Today I cooked up a squash curry soup.  I had baked the squash in the oven with some butter and cinnamon in advance and had it ready in the fridge.  I cooked some chopped onions in a little canola oil and water, then threw in some spices (curry, garlic, basil, pepper), carrots and low sodium vegetable broth.   Then I added the chopped squash and simmered it for awhile, so delicious and easy. 

Eating the Fall Harvest

By Diana Dibblee

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