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Strawberry Alert

Winnie from Robbinsdale...

"Thank goodness I ALWAYS washed my strawberries and took off the tops.
Learned from my mother--who also washed every lettuce leaf!
Okay, I watched it. Yuck!
I didn't know about this and have even eaten them right out of the sack.
Guess I won't do that anymore."

Here are a couple quick and easy ways to enjoy strawberries…yummy, too!

  • Dip strawberries in sour cream followed by brown sugar.
  • Toss halved strawberries with brown sugar and a bit of cardamom. Roast in a buttered pan at 400 degrees until soft and somewhat darker, about 15 minutes. Serve with vanilla-bean ice cream.
See Sunset’s Easy Edible Garden for more ideas.

A strawberry pie recipe with a past...a favorite of four generations. Easy too!

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grandma Scanlan's strawberry pie


1 baked pie crust, cooled
1 4 oz cream cheese, room temperature
4 c sliced, fresh strawberries
1 package Junket strawberry Danish dessert
whipped topping (I prefer whipped cream!)

1. Spread the cream cheese in the bottom of the pie crust.
2. Follow the directions on the Junket package for pie glaze.
3. Top with the whipped topping.

Easy as pie!

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austin morning smoothie
It's super easy

Because it's blended, your body can more easily pull the nutrients out of everything...less work required to break down the foods.

1/2 c fresh/frozen blueberries
1/2 fresh/frozen banana
1/2 c fresh/frozen strawberries
Handful baby spinach (I promise, you don't taste it!)
2 tbsp finely ground flax seed
Protein powder of choice (we like Jay Robb vanilla whey)

All ingredients in a blender…add skim milk or water to desired consistency.