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My Spice Rub

& Life-Changing House Seasoning The all-purpose DIY spice blend I didn't know I needed ... until I couldn't live without it. It leans on five common spices you may already have in your spice collection (chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, dry mustard, a tiny touch of cinnamon) plus a little cocoa powder, sugar, salt and pepper. It's savory not sweet, robust but not overpowering. It adds color and promotes browning. It like a little "chef's kiss" for turning out amazing fish, ribs, steaks, burgers and more, even mac and cheese! A DIY Spice Blend & All-Purpose Seasoning for Meat & More, Made to Order, Mixed to Taste. Beautiful Color! Mere Minutes to Mix. Just One Container, No Grinding Required. A New Addition to DIY Spice Blends & Homemade Seasonings , a Kitchen Parade Specialty. Easily Adapted to Your Family's Tastebuds. Year-Round Kitchen Staple. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep & Food Gifts. Easy DIY. Not just vegan, Vegan D

Seasonal Sundays: Summer Sweet Corn (Week 29)

Grab the butter, all, you just might need a stick or two for this week's "Seasonal Seven" recipe collection of sweet corn recipes. I hope you'll find one or two destined as "keepers" in your own recipe collections. Here's to the hunt!

Garden Pasta Salad with Mint Vinaigrette

A pasta salad packed with summer's best fresh garden veggies, light on the pasta, generous with the colorful produce and all tossed in a g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s vinaigrette made with fresh mint . It's fresh and summery, perfect for light summer meals, also a bit unusual. No Mayonnaise! Not-Your-Everyday Pasta Salad. Mini Pasta Like Orzo or Israeli Couscous Plus Piles of Veggies. Beautiful Color! An Easy, Healthy Side Dish Made from Scratch. Hearty & Filling. Fun Picnic Food. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep. Potluck & Party Friendly. No Mayo. No Dairy. No Eggs. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real .

Seasonal Sundays: Peach Season! (Week 28)

Grab a wet napkin, all, because this week's "Seasonal Seven" stand-out recipe collection will have you stocking up on summer's best peaches, at least few of which should be eaten at the kitchen sink, the better to catch those juices. How many keepers here? Every.Single.One.

Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

My mother's recipe for a traditional American-style homemade potato salad – it's the one I make again and again without needing a "recipe". And while not "diet food," Mom's recipe calls for cooked eggs and cottage cheese so the potato salad is loaded with protein too . Fresh herbs really brighten the flavors! I make other potato salads on occasion but this is the one I come back to over and over, the one I make almost without thinking. Potato Salad Made from Scratch. Whole Food, Fresh & Family-Approved. A Long-Time Family Favorite. A Classic Summer Picnic Salad. Hearty & Filling. A New Addition to The Homemade Pantry , a Kitchen Parade Specialty. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep. How to Feed a Crowd. Potluck & Party Friendly. Vegetarian. Naturally Gluten Free. What're you waiting for?! So Good!!

So Sorry - This Recipe Has Moved

Something wonky happened when I posted this recipe this morning so I've moved it to another page, please see Old-Fashioned Potato Salad . Or just click the photo! Potato Salad Made from Scratch. Whole Food, Fresh & Family-Approved. A Long-Time Family Favorite. A Classic Summer Picnic Salad. Hearty & Filling. A New Addition to The Homemade Pantry , a Kitchen Parade Specialty. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep. How to Feed a Crowd. Potluck & Party Friendly. Vegetarian. Naturally Gluten Free. What're you waiting for?! So Good!! Kitchen Parade is written by second-generation food columnist Alanna Kellogg and features fresh, seasonal dishes for every-day healthful eating and occasional indulgences. Quick Suppers are Kitchen Parade favorites and feature recipes easy on the budget, the clock, the waistline and the dishwasher. Do you have a favorite recipe that other Kitchen Parade readers might like? Just send me a quick e-mail, you'll find my current addre