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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Farmers' Almanac Side Dishes

Sautéed Greens

Sautéed Greens

Sautéed greens make a healthy addition to any meal.

January 2013
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Meatball Bread Pudding

Meatball Bread Pudding

A hearty dish of comfort!

December 2012
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Rosemary Bread Pudding

Rosemary Bread Pudding

This savory bread pudding is good for body and soul.

December 2012
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Easy Cottage Cheese Pudding

Easy Cottage Cheese Pudding

This creamy, irresistible pudding dish makes the perfect wintertime pick-me-up!

December 2012
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Mini Garlic Toasts

Mini Garlic Toasts

A zesty addition to your next meal!

November 2012
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Macaroni and “Cheez”

Macaroni and “Cheez”

This dairy-free alternative is as good as the real thing!

November 2012
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Butternut Squash with Italian Sauce

Butternut Squash with Italian Sauce

The flavor of autumn, with a tangy twist!

October 2012
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Carrot Casserole

Carrot Casserole

Enjoy the flavors of the harvest with this satisfying, savory casserole.

October 2012
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Easy Acorn Squash and Beans

Easy Acorn Squash and Beans

A delicious, hearty recipe for fall.

October 2012
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