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Wild Rice and Sweet Potato Salad

This hearty salad adds color, crunch and flavor to a harvest potluck or family meal. Add another colorful vegetable on the side, and consider it your main course.

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Apple Cream Pie (raw!)

A delicious, nutritious apple pie that needs no baking.

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Sweet and Sour Carrots with Parsnips

A delicious combination of root vegetables. Ruth brought this to our Fall potluck.

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Pumpkin Hummus

A tasty dip or spread for the autumn season. Steven made this for our Fall Potluck.

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Donna's Salad with Caesar Dressing

Donna served this salad at our Fall Potluck, accompanied by a winter-squash-enhanced Caesar dressing.

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"Parkin" Ginger Cake

Parkin is an oats & treacle gingerbread cake from northern England, traditionally served on Guy Fawkes Night. Eliza made this version based on a recipe in The Joy of Cooking. She says, "This is my kind of cake, very moist and not too sweet. I have made it gluten free using buckwheat flour, but prefer the whole wheat. Enjoy!"

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Chilean Squash

A hearty and delicious squash casserole, originally made with eggs and cheese, that's still a family favorite in this new version.

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Raspberry Apple Pie

A wonderful tart-sweet variation on apple pie. The original recipe had sugar but I left it out and really liked it this way!

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Roasted Yellow Pepper and Corn Bisque

Cathy made this smooth soup for our April potluck.

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Curried Potatoes and Peppers

Sigrid brought this zesty curry to our Winter Potluck. She says:

I “remember” 2 slightly different dishes I tasted and liked at friend’s houses a long time ago. Not having the recipes, I experimented and have come up with this version. I give the list of ingredients in the order I prepare and use them in the recipe. You could definitely vary the relationship of peppers to potatoes, as well as the kind of potatoes or kind of peppers you want to use, including some hotter peppers.

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