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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Farmers' Almanac Side Dishes

Corn Relish

Corn Relish

Enjoy the flavors of summer in this fresh, all-natural condiment made from scratch!

July 2013
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Maple Sweet Potato Biscuits

Maple Sweet Potato Biscuits

Sweeten up your mealtime routine with these irresistible homemade biscuits!

May 2013
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Jasmine Rice

Jasmine Rice

Enjoy this tropical-flavored side dish with fish, steamed vegetables, or just about anything else!

April 2013
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Morels and Asparagus

Morels and Asparagus

Enjoy the flavors of spring with tender morel mushrooms and crisp asparagus.

April 2013
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Morels in Wine Sauce

Morels in Wine Sauce

Tender, savory morel mushrooms in a rich wine sauce.

April 2013
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Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

Enjoy the taste of spring (wrapped in bacon)!

April 2013
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Low Calorie Coleslaw

Low Calorie Coleslaw

A healthy, delicious, vitamin-packed side dish!

February 2013
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Baked Beans with Apples

Baked Beans with Apples

A sweet, savory, and hearty comfort dish for any time of year.

February 2013
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Garlic Pasta

Garlic Pasta

Make more of your meal with this simple, delicious side!

January 2013
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