Glutenfree Apple Streusel Cake with Yogurt Cream Recipe

Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake - this is the perfect Fall cake - it's even healthy enough for breakfast

This Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake is so light, you can enjoy it for breakfast or dessert.

Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake - this is the perfect Fall cake - it's even healthy enough for breakfast

Once the weather turns cooler and Fall is in the air, I think of apples and pumpkins, especially since we live in the Northeast where the leaves are already starting to fall.

Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake

This apple cake recipe from Cooking Light caught my eye because of the streusel topping that uses grated frozen butter as a trick to reduce the amount of butter used by two thirds the typical recipe. I’m always looking for ways to lighten up recipes but this was a new idea I’d never thought of before. Grated frozen butter makes it easier to distribute the butter in the topping, while using less.

Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake - this is the perfect Fall cake - it's even healthy enough for breakfast

Greek yogurt is another ingredient in this recipe that lightens it up. I used Greek yogurt in both the cake and in the creamy topping. You can get away with using twice as much Greek yogurt as heavy cream when making whipped cream and get a nice creamy topping. It’ll have a slight tang, but maple syrup and vanilla mellow it out.

Gluten-Free Apple Streusel Cake - this is the perfect Fall cake - it's even healthy enough for breakfast

You could even have a slice of this Streusel Topped Apple Cake for breakfast.

Welcome to another edition of Progressive Eats, our virtual version of a progressive dinner party. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, a progressive dinner involves going from house to house, enjoying a different course at each location. With Progressive Eats, a theme is chosen each month, members share recipes suitable for a delicious meal or party, and you can hop from blog to blog to check them out.

We have a core group of 12 bloggers, but we will always need substitutes and if there is enough interest would consider additional groups. To see our upcoming themes and how you can participate, please check out the schedule at Creative Culinary or contact Barb for more information.

This month’s theme is Appleshosted by Liz from This Skinny Chick Can Bake . I hope you enjoy all the recipes using apples we made for this special event.

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Roasted Eggplant & Tomato Orzo Pasta

Roasted eggplant, tomato and feta pasta! This is an easy and healthy weeknight dinner. cookieandkate.com

This post is brought to you by DeLallo Foods.

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First of all, THANK YOU so much for your kind words and excitement surrounding my cookbook announcement! I am so glad we can talk about Love Real Food now. My mind has been so preoccupied with the book lately that I haven’t been able to come up with much to talk about, other than the weather. I’m tired of talking about the weather. (Are you tired of hearing me ramble on about the weather? Yes? I don’t blame you.)

orzo and roasted eggplant

Now we can talk cookbook, too. Your enthusiasm got me all fired up last week and kept me fueled through shooting six recipes on Friday. Thank you! I keep forgetting that I can share the process now, but I promise to start sharing sneak peaks of #loverealfoodbook this week.

cooked orzo and roasted tomatoes

I designed the cookbook’s recipe list to be more season-less than seasonal, because I want most of the recipes to appeal to you and be available to you year-round. That means I’ve been reserving the super seasonal recipes for the blog, which is fun because I can publish them when they’re prime for the making.

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Like, this pasta dish. It’s perfect for this time of year. It’s not too hot outside to crank up the oven and roast eggplant, which is at its peak right now. I’ve had an odd hankering for roasted eggplant ever since I made Anna’s Mediterranean quinoa salad —I know most people describe eggplant as bitter, but I’d say it’s borderline sour. Tangy. Pillowy. Hearty. So good, if paired with the right flavors.

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I took some cues from Anna’s salad and combined roasted eggplant with feta, pine nuts and fresh herbs. I first tried it without tomatoes, wondering if eggplant could stand on its own, but decided that roasted tomatoes made it seem more like a complete, serve-to-guests sort of meal. DeLallo’s light and tender whole wheat orzo pasta forms the base of the dish.

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  • 40+ Recipes Using Leftover Chicken

    Pasta with Chicken, Pesto, Fresh and Sun Dried Tomatoes Mozzarella Cheese - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas with Homemade Enchilada Sauce - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    Do you ever find yourself trying to figure out what to do withleftover chicken? Whether it’s leftover roasted, grilled, or poached chicken, there are so many ways to repurpose it in delicious and healthy ways.

    Phyllo Chicken Pot Pie - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    Sometimes I actually roast two chickens at the same time just so I’ll have extra for the next meal. For the easiest roast chicken recipe,

    Cheesy Chicken Butternut and Sage Lasagna - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    . Of course, you can also buy rotisserie chicken at the supermarket. I’ve asked some fabulous food bloggers what their favorite ways are to use leftover chicken.

    Spicy Sriracha Lime Chicken Zoodle Soup - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    I’ve split up the recipes into Leftover Chicken Recipes Served Hot and Leftover Chicken Recipes Served Cold depending onwhat you’re looking for.

    Cold Asian Noodles with Peanut Sauce, Chicken and Vegetables - a great way to use up leftover chicken

    Pasta with Chicken, Pesto, Tomatoes, Sundried Tomatoes and Mozzarella Cheese (pictured above)

    Chopped Salad with Spicy Tomato Vinaigrette

    Chicken Curry Fried Rice

    Triple Cheese Chicken Pasta Bake

    Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas with Homemade Gluten-Free Enchilada Sauce , Iowa Girl Eats (skip to step 2) (pictured above)

    Lightened Up Enchiladas with Quinoa, Chicken and Peach Salsa , Cravings of a Lunatic

    Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Stuffed Squash , Peas & Crayons

    Swiss Chard Chicken and Leek Enchiladas , Farm Fresh Feasts

    Freezer Burritos with Chicken and Quinoa , Reluctant Entertainer

    Phyllo Chicken Pot Pie , Taste Love and Nourish (pictured above)

    Chicken Korma Pot Pie , Cook The Story

    White Chicken Chili with Green Chilies

    White Bean Chili with Chicken and Sweet Potatoes , Floating Kitchen

    30 Minute White Chicken Chili , Celebrating Sweets

    Skinny Chicken Rice Casserole, Yummy Healthy Easy

    Quick Weeknight Chicken Penne Alfredo , The Kitchen Is My Playground

    Grilled Napa Cabbage and Chicken Skillet , Farm Fresh Feasts

    DIY Easy Massaman Curry Bar , Apron Strings

    Oven Simmered Asian BBQ Chicken ,What Smells So Good?

    Cheesy Chicken Butternut and Sage Lasagna Bake , Sweet Peas and Saffron (pictured above)

    Mini Chicken Empanadas with Cheese and Chilies , Karen’s Kitchen Stories

    Buffalo Chicken Pinwheels , Savory Experiments

    Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Quesadillas , Around My Family Table

    Source: Jeanette’s Healthy Living

    Apple Oatmeal Pancakes

    Fluffy and healthy apple oatmeal pancakes! You can whip these up in your blender in no time. cookieandkate.com

    I have never enjoyed keeping secrets, even the good kind. I just might burst from anticipation so here it goes: I’m making a cookbook! It has been in the works for ages, and by ages I mean years, which is a long time in the blog world.

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    My cookbook is called Love Real Food, as in Cookie and Kate Love Real Food. It’s a title that makes a statement, one that I hope will appeal to you, my most wonderful readers, and a broader audience that hasn’t yet stumbled on this blog or this way of cooking. It’s a statement that conveys my bursting-at-the-seams enthusiasm for real, wholesome food, the kind that both delights the senses and nourishes the body. I hope you like it!

    shredded apple

    Love Real Food will be an extension of what you have come to expect on this blog, plus some fun special features. It will include 100 recipes that are all vegetarian, fresh and full of flavor. I’m being very careful to use accessible ingredients and have been testing the recipes over and over again to make sure they’re perfect.

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    I’ve finalized about a quarter of the recipes so far and I CAN’T WAIT to share them with you all. The blueberry muffins alone! They took me nine tries to get just right but they were worth it. The book won’t be complete without a few favorite recipes from the blog (even those will be reworked and tweaked), but the vast majority will be brand new. My stomach is so full right now, you guys.

    Apple oat pancakes recipe - cookieandkate.com

    I’m busy in the best of ways, stretched to maximum capacity with both the blog and the book. Maintaining my presence here and my recipe quality is very important to me, so I’m just moving a little slower than usual. Please keep visiting and letting me know how the recipes turn out for you and sharing my blog with your friends and family! I can’t tell you how much that means to me.

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    In all sincerity, this blog would never have turned into a recipe website or now, a cookbook, if it weren’t for your presence and your kind words. I took an awfully long time to gather the courage to write this cookbook proposal (my second proposal, long story). Every time you asked me when I was going to publish a cookbook, you gave me a welcome push in the right direction. Thank you. I can’t wait to show you what I’ve been working on!

    fluffy apple pancakes

    The book will be coming to you in spring 2017, which might seem like a long time from now. It’ll be here before we know it! I’ve grown accustomed to doing everything myself on this blog, so learning to lean on others in order to make a book has been an adjustment. Big thank you to my awesome agent, Steve Troha , for believing in me and helping me land a deal with Rodale . Rodale has been promoting healthy lifestyles since 1942 (they’re the publisher behind Yummy Supper , Thug Kitchen and The Year of Cozy ), and they seem like the perfect fit.

    My editor, Dervla Kelly , has been reading this blog for four years, which is pretty special. I’m really excited to be working with her. We’re going to make sure Love Real Food is beautifully designed and full of big, colorful photographs of the recipes (and of Cookie, of course).

    I’m so glad the secret’s out now so I can start sharing the creation of Love Real Food with you. Be sure to follow us on Instagram (I’ll be using #loverealfoodbook) and Snapchat (we’re @cookieandkate) for updates! I’ll be putting out a call for recipe testers, too, if you’d like to get involved!

    Oh and these pancakes! I thought we could celebrate with pancakes. They’re light, fluffy and infused with apple flavor times two (applesauce and grated apple). They’re also 100 percent whole grain, gluten free and, I kid you not, you can make them in your blender . Just throw everything but the grated apple in there and you’ll have pancakes in no time flat!

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  • Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew Recipe

    Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew - delicious over rice, pasta or mashed potatoes. Leftovers are terrific topped with mashed potatoes and baked, or made into beef vegetable soup (add leftover cooked whole grains or pasta)

    Serve this Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew with mashed potatoes, rice or pasta.

    Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew - delicious over rice, pasta or mashed potatoes. Leftovers are terrific topped with mashed potatoes and baked, or made into beef vegetable soup (add leftover cooked whole grains or pasta)

    Fall is here and despite the fact that we’ve been having warm weather still here in Connecticut, I’ve already been thinking about all the comfort food that we start craving as the weather turns cooler. Stews , chili and soups are some of the meals I start to make more of with the change of seasons. The good news is that it’s easy to use cheaper cuts of meat that are tougher in these meals because they benefit from low, slow cooking.

    Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew - delicious over rice, pasta or mashed potatoes. Leftovers are terrific topped with mashed potatoes and baked, or made into beef vegetable soup (add leftover cooked whole grains or pasta)

    Recently, I found grass fed beef shank for $6.99/pound, a bargain compared to other cuts of grass fed beef. Grass fed beef is typically more expensive than regular beef, so usingless expensive cuts like been shankmake grass fed beef more affordable. The key is coaxing the tenderness out of this tough cut of meat while keeping it nice and moist.

    Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew - delicious over rice, pasta or mashed potatoes. Leftovers are terrific topped with mashed potatoes and baked, or made into beef vegetable soup (add leftover cooked whole grains or pasta)

    For added depth of flavor, I tried using some Taste #5 Umami paste, a souped up tomato paste, with an extra boost of umami from porcini mushrooms, olives, garlic, balsamic vinegar, anchovies, and Parmesan Reggiano. I splurged on a tube of Umami paste just to try it and I’ll be honest – I don’t think it was worst the cost. Regular tomato paste is much more economical and I think would work just as well. The key is to caramelize the tomato paste with the vegetables to get the best flavor.

    Mashed Potato Crusted Beef Stew - this is a great way to use up leftover beef stew and mashed potatoes

    This Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Shank Stew is delicious served with crusty bread, or over steamed rice or pasta.

    Mashed Potato Crusted Beef Stew - this is a great way to use up leftover beef stew and mashed potatoes

    Leftovers can be frozen and turned into a

    Mashed Cauliflower Potato Crusted Beef Casserole (pictured below)

    Beef Vegetable Soup

    To make thisMashed Cauliflower Potato Crusted Beef Casserole, simply chop the leftover beef stew into bite size pieces, top with mashed cauliflower potatoes and sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese. Bake the whole thing at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes until stew is hot and topping is browned.

    I made this beef stew for this month’s Recipe Redux Theme Fantastic Freezer Meals:“Share your tips and tricks for making one – or more freezer meals. It’s the end of the gardening season for some of us; let’s store away that produce in heat-and-eat-from-the-freezer-meals. Show how convenient healthy freezer breakfast, lunches or dinners can be!”

    Source: Jeanette’s Healthy Living

    20 Healthier Game Day Recipes

    20 healthy, crowd-pleasing game days recipes! See them at cookieandkate.com

    I haven’t watched a football game yet this season (go Sooners?!). I know that game day season is here because I’ve caught glimpses of helmets flashing on TVs and heard whoops in my neighborhood. While I’m clearly not the biggest football fan in town, I love any excuse to slow down and catch up with friends—especially when good food and drinks are involved. Sign me up.

    Arugula and wild rice salad with dried cherries, toasted almonds and feta!

    Game day food is notoriously heavy, greasy and meaty, so I rounded up my top twenty healthy, crowd-pleasing, seasonally-appropriate recipes for you. You’ll find everything from appetizers to salads, main dishes and a couple of desserts. Since serving a crowd often requires attention to special diets, I should mention that they’re all vegetarian and many are gluten free and vegan as well (I’ve made notes on those below).

    No. 1: Peanut Dipping Sauce
    Easily gluten free and vegan (see recipe notes)

    This peanut sauce is totally addictive and light-years better for you than the creamy store-bought alternatives.

    No. 2: Blue Corn Nachos with Homemade Guacamole
    Gluten free

    Because nachos covered in veggies are healthier than nachos not covered in veggies?

    No. 3: Homemade Salsa Verde
    Gluten free and vegan

    Warning: Once you go homemade, you can’t go back.

    No. 4: Vegan Chipotle Carrot Queso
    Gluten free and vegan

    I never thought I could get behind dairy-free “queso,” but this one is creamy, spicy and totally delicious.

    No. 5: Green Goddess Hummus
    Gluten free and vegan

    Here’s my favorite hummus recipe. I used classic green goddess herbs in here, but feel free to change them up or omit them for a super creamy traditional hummus.

    No. 6: Spiced Apple Margaritas
    Easily gluten free and vegan (see recipe notes)

    Apples plus slightly oak-y reposado tequila equals fall margarita perfection.

    No. 7: Lebanese Lemon-Parsley Bean Salad
    Gluten free and vegan

    This bean salad is full of bright flavor. I hear that kids like it, too!

    No. 8: Mayo-Free Potato Salad
    Gluten free and vegan

    This potato salad takes advantage of the starchy potato cooking water that you normally just pour off. Blend it up with fresh herbs and olive oil for a super creamy, cream-less potato salad dressing.

    No. 9: Quinoa Broccoli Slaw with Honey-Mustard Dressing
    Gluten free

    Here you have a very hearty broccoli salad that would make a gluten-free vegetarian very happy to find at a potluck.

    No. 10: Arugula, Dried Cherry and Wild Rice Salad with a Zippy Lemon Dressing
    Gluten free and easily vegan (see recipe notes)

    Unexpected and so good.

    No.11: Honey Mustard Brussels Sprout Slaw
    Gluten free

    This crisp and crunchy slaw is light and full of flavor. It once received a standing ovation at a Thanksgiving potluck, so I hope it receives the same fanfare at your watch party.

    No. 12: Quinoa Black Bean Tacos with Creamy Avocado Sauce
    Gluten free and vegan (see recipe notes)

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    Crab Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing Recipe

    Crabmeat Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing - impress your guests with this beautiful presentation. The wasabi soy dressing spices things up a bit

    This elegantCrab Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing is fresh, light and healthy.

    Crabmeat Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing - impress your guests with this beautiful presentation. The wasabi soy dressing spices things up a bit

    I developed this Crab Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing Appetizer for Peapod.com , inspired by an appetizer at the Outback Steakhouse.This lightandhealthy appetizer is super versatile – it’s elegant enough to serve for a dinner party, or it can be dressed down for a Game Daypartywhen served with tortilla chips.

    Crabmeat Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing - impress your guests with this beautiful presentation. The wasabi soy dressing spices things up a bit

    I love it when I have an easy recipeup my sleeve that has that “Wow” factor that makes everyone think I’ve slaved in the kitchen for hours preparing something specialfor them. Thisappetizer is one of thoserecipes. Not only is it easier tomake than it looks ~ it’s full of fresh, good-for-you ingredients.

    Crabmeat Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing - impress your guests with this beautiful presentation. The wasabi soy dressing spices things up a bit

    All the ingredients for this “fancy” appetizer can be ordered online on Peapod.com or on your phone using the Peapod app I shared about earlier .If you’re a sale shopper like me, check out the “Specials” and you might just find avocados on sale this week.

    Make this Crab Avocado Tomato Basil Appetizer with Wasabi Soy Dressing next time you’re hosting a fancy sit-down dinner, or serve it with chips for Game Day~ I guarantee your family and friends will be impressed.

    Check out more recipes on From The Pod .

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    Lentil & Couscous Stuffed Peppers

    Lentil couscous stuffed peppers, a simple and healthy weeknight meal! - cookieandkate.com

    This post is brought to you by Bob’s Red Mill.

    bell peppers, lentils and couscous

    Well hello! I’m in a tizzy with good news this morning and can’t wait to share with you all. There’s excitement in air, too. Can you feel it? Summer might be winding down, but I just spied a pumpkin at the store and I’m looking forward to all the fun activities that fall brings.

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    Before I get ahead of myself, I thought we’d better make good use of those glorious end-of-summer bell peppers. I wanted to make stuff bell peppers that weren’t super heavy and cheesy, so I drew some inspiration from Middle Eastern mujaddara and stuffed them with a simplified couscous version.

    lentils and roasted peppers

    Basically, the peppers roast in the oven while lentils simmer away on the stove, which then gives you some free time to properly season the couscous with aromatics and tomatoes. Then you just toss the lentils and couscous together with feta and basil, stuff the peppers and serve them right away.

    how to make lentil stuffed peppers

    I chose Bob’s Red Mill’s petite green lentils for this recipe because they retain their shape and look far more appetizing than the standard brown version. They’re cute, right? Like all lentils, they’re rich in fiber and iron, but this variety has more flavor than the rest.

    Healthy lentil stuffed peppers - cookieandkate.com

    I’ve bought lentils from bulk bins that have taken thirty to forty minutes to cook because they’ve been sitting on the shelf for so long, but these Bob’s Red Mill lentils took just over twenty minutes, which I take as a sign of their superior freshness.

    Lentil stuffed peppers recipe! - cookieandkate.com

    These stuffed peppers are a light meal, for sure, so I’d suggest pairing them with a big green salad. This one is my go-to, and the lemony dressing would go so well with the lemony lentils. Please let me know how you like this one! In hindsight, this recipe reminds me of Jeanine’s recent stuffed peppers recipe, so check out those beauties , too!

    Healthy stuffed peppers! - cookieandkate.com

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  • Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe {starbucks Copycat}

    Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte - enjoy this copycat of a Starbucks favorite for just 190 calories!

    Enjoy this Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte with less than 200 calories!
    So, it’s that time of year when pumpkin recipes are starting to pop up everywhere, and all things pumpkin are making their way into shops, including Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte which has been reformulated to include real pumpkin.

    Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte - enjoy this copycat of a Starbucks favorite for just 190 calories!

    The ingredient list for Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte includesespresso, milk,Pumpkin Spice Flavored Sauce (Sugar, Condensed Skim Milk, Pumpkin Puree, Contains 2% or Less of Fruit and Vegetable Juice for Color, Natural Flavors, Annatto (Color), Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), Salt),Whipped Cream (Light Whipping Cream [Cream, Mono and Diglycerides, Carrageenan]),Starbucks Vanilla Syrup (Sugar, Water, Natural Flavors, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), Citric Acid), andPumpkin Spice Topping (Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg, Clove).

    I picked up a cup of Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte this weekend and I have to tell you, I don’t think it tastes like pumpkin or pumpkin spice – it’s more of a vanilla flavor and it’s cloyingly sweet. I give Starbucks a lot of credit for eliminating artificial coloring and using real pumpkin, but they’re still usingpreservatives and fake vanilla flavoring. So, I’ve come up with a clean, skinny versionof this Pumpkin Spice Latte that you can make at home using cashew milk (1 cup of unsweetened Silk Cashew Milk has just 25 calories), maple syrup and real vanilla extract. You caneven splurge with a little light whipped cream on top and stay under 200 calories!

    I had my family doa side-by-side comparison of my Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte and the one from Starbucks and mine won hands down. So give it a try and let me know what you think.

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    Greek Farro Salad

    Greek farro salad, a fresh whole grain salad featuring fresh Mediterranean flavors! - cookieandkate.com

    Sometimes recipe concepts sit on my list for months, waiting to be made. Sometimes a craving strikes and a corresponding recipe materializes out of thin air—such is the case with this Greek farro salad. It features bold Mediterranean flavors (lemon, herbs, chickpeas, roasted red peppers and feta), tossed with lots of fresh, peppery arugula and warm, chewy whole grains. Pass me a fork already!

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    The best part? This salad keeps well for two to three days in the fridge, which is always welcome, but especially right now. The seasons are changing here in Kansas City and it’s just too nice outside to stay inside and cook. Let’s soak up all the seventy-degree days we can get!

    roasted red pepper, olives and cucumber

    To that end, I’m keeping this post short and sweet. Do let me know how you like this salad—please comment below and post a photo to Instagram with the hashtag #cookieandkate! I always want to hear/see how my recipes turn out for you.

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    Recipe type: Salad

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    Cuisine: Greek

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    Serves: 4 servings

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