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Punch It Up!

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We are always looking for ways to entertain on a budget, and this holiday season is no exception. This season we are bringing back the punch bowl! It’s a great way to have a festive and fun beverage option without having to have a full bar! And it’s just retro enough to be cool again.

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Turkey Soup with Dressing Dumplings

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With Thanksgiving around the corner, we all have that beautiful feast on our minds. With any great feast, there are sure to be left overs. And while we all have our favorites, we thought we would share another alternative this year. We tried this soup and thought it was delicious…Give it a try for a warm comfort food that will fuel all of your holiday shopping!

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Chef John’s Baked Mushroom Risotto

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It’s October, and that means that we are all starting to look for some delicious comfort food. And when we found and tried this recipe, we really felt like this risotto fit the bill. Give it a try and enjoy an earthy, delicious dinner that is fit for family, friends or the most discriminating guests.

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Grilled Peaches & Cream

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Before we say goodbye to summer, let’s enjoy one last summer treat. Grilled fruit just might be one of the best food offerings of the summer… and here is a great recipe to complete your end of summer meal. Don’t put your grill away until you have tried this at least once.

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Taking Your Pizza to the Grill

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One of the things we are loving most this summer is pizza on the grill (well, we love everything on the grill, but pizza is a newer favorite). It has the added bonus of making your pizza delicious without having to turn on the oven and heat up the whole house!

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Yummy Honey Chicken Kabobs

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We are getting ready for 4th of July festivities and I was looking for something fast and easy, but also delicious for our upcoming picnic. Found this recipe and gave it a try – I made the night before and marinated overnight. DELICIOUS!  Mix and match the veggies to your liking and enjoy a great treat this picnic season.

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Red and Black Fruit Salad

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Ahhh…June. That beautiful month where the produce comes alive and fruit is luscious and delicious. This month, we wanted to give you an alternate idea for fruit salad that we recently tried and loved. And because Mother Nature did the hard work, this one is as fast and easy as it is delicious.

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Grilled Corn on the Cob with Lime Butter

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It’s May, which means that Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer are around the corner. We have a whole season of beautiful fruits and vegetables in front of us and we are really excited to be back in the days of BBQs and outdoor eating. To get us started, we thought we would share one of our favorite recipes to compliment your Memorial Day BBQ.

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Creamy Kale & Bacon Omelet

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It’s April and we are turning our focus to spring, fresh produce and our favorite Spring Day, Patriots Day! We are once again going to be feeding all of the volunteers at the Boston Marathon and even have one of our very own Viga employees daring to complete the marathon in 3 hours, 30 minutes!  Good Luck Eduardo!

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A Different St. Patrick’s Day Recipe

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St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and with it, too much green beer and corned beef and cabbage (which turns out isn’t such an Irish dish). If you are anything like us, you are looking for something a little different but still homey and comforting to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day.

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