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Farmers' Almanac Soups & Salads

Chopped Winter Fruit ‘n Spice Salad

Chopped Winter Fruit ‘n Spice Salad

Give your body, and your taste buds, a treat with this nutrient-packed fruit salad, perfect for winter months.

December 2011
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Winter Mint Fruit Salad

Winter Mint Fruit Salad

Brighten up your winter with this fresh, vitamin-packed fruit salad recipe!

November 2011
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Pumpkin Bean Stew

A satisfying way to warm up on a cold day!

October 2011
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Fennel Apple Soup

Fennel Apple Soup

Warm up with this delicious, nutritious fall harvest soup!

September 2011
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Potato Kale Soup

Potato Kale Soup

Warm up with this hearty, healthy vegetable soup.

September 2011
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Caprese Salad

Caprese Salad

A delicious, fresh Mediterranean-style salad, perfect with the tomatoes and fresh basil from your garden!

August 2011
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Cream of Fresh Tomato Soup

Cream of Fresh Tomato Soup

A hearty, comforting way to enjoy garden fresh tomatoes.

August 2011
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Tomato Cucumber Salad

This fresh harvest salad tastes like summer!

August 2011
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Very Berry Salad

Very Berry Salad

A refreshing, healthy dessert.

July 2011
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