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Sometimes what really makes a meal isn t necessarily the main dish but the sensational side that accompanies it. This fall make the most of your local harvest to create vibrant vegetable side dishes which lock in warm autumn flavors and keep your table balanced. From Squash to Potatoes; easy vegetable side dishes add both texture and color to your meals while keeping your staple weekly menu fresh and interesting for the whole family. Here are a few simple vegetable side options to work into your recipe repertoire. Whether discovering new flavors or giving life to a forgotten favorite these ideas will help you provide mouth-watering meals to the people you love the most. French Onion-Roasted Potatoes If you have a crew who love their scrumptiously crispy roast potatoes then this recipe is guaranteed to go down a treat with its added twist on a traditional weeknight classic. Provincial flavors of rosemary and French onion combined beautifully with olive oil and red potatoes result in a perfectly roasted veggie side.
I suffered from this condition for years taking harmful expensive PPI drugs (proton inhibitors) which only masked the symptoms. These drugs not only had myriad side effects but became ineffective over time. I was forced to find another answer. I wanted to cure myself without the use of drugs. My doctor was no help. He didn t have a clue about natural healing and nutrition. After a great deal of research I discover that with the proper use of herbs health store items meditation exercise and diet one can heal themselves of acid reflux. The first thing that I learned is that acid reflux sometimes called gerd (gastro esophageal reflux disease) is not a disease at all. Contrary to what the medical community would have us believe it is simply a condition brought on by poor eating habits.
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I can not tell you how many times I ve called my mom and said "mom I just have to have your recipe for such and such". It s been a slow accumulation of recipes but she chuckles each time I realize I need yet another recipe from her. Now that I have an adult daughter of my own I really wanted to pass the recipes on to her also. Many of these recipes she s been eating since she was old enough for solids. My daughter also has a recipe book from her aunt on her dad s side. Recipe scrapbooks can be given to aunts uncles cousins children etc. A 6x6 scrapbook works wonderfully. They are large enough to hold a 3x5 index card. You can also use an 8x8 scrapbook and have the recipes on paper instead of index cards. I think it s a great mix to combine photos and recipes.