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Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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From A to Z of Edible Flowers by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Edible flowers are everywhere! Some are very familiar, and some are surprising to discover. You might even have some already in your garden without realizing it. Perhaps you'll want to sow seeds and grow your own to add more color and flavor to your cooking!

Christmas Drinks from Around the World by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Seasonal libations from around the world feature common spices like cinnamon, cloves, allspice, vanilla and orange peel. Cafe de Olla from Mexico, Bombardino from Italy, Wassail from England, Glogg from Sweden an Coquito from Puerto Rico. Drink up and Happy Holidays!

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Growing Up Louisiana by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Fave Memory: The best food memory I have is of growing up in the food culture of Louisiana between the ages of five and nine years old. My family and I would go to to Cajun food festivals and eat crawfish, fried frog legs and alligator stew. We'd go every year to Mardi Gras and eat the fine Creole food of New Orleans. At home my mother made the best gumbo you've ever eaten. As an adult I understand that this period of my life was critical to the "foodie" adult that I am now. Not afraid to try anything once and appreciative of the rich and varied food cultures of the World.

Fresh at the Market by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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"Food Geometry" takes us on a trip to the farmers market.

Monkey Bread Birthday Cake by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Birthday Bash! There's no monkeying around with this semi-homemade cake recipe. Sure to please all the wild little animals!

Eggplant and Pumpkin Tagine with Quinoa by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Super Food Entry, Moroccan style. The tagine is a traditional cooking method using a conical shaped terracotta pot. However, you can cook this dish with whatever you have on hand. Super foods such as pumpkin, eggplant, and garlic pair with super spices such as turmeric, cinnamon and ginger to make a savory stew for those cold weather months. Pair with protein packed quinoa or more traditionally couscous.

Eat the Rainbow - Tropical Fruit & Fish Skewer by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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Red bell pepper, papaya, mango, green bell pepper, fish and red onion make colorful and delicous skewers for the grill.

Tasty Rainbow Slaw with Honey-Cumin Vinaigrette by Marie Hermansson

Apex, North Carolina, US

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A colorful and tasty slaw recipe perfect for a sunny summer cook out!