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  • Stir It Up! Lebanese red cabbage salad

    With colorful red cabbage, kale and carrots, this crunchy salad gets a kick from lemon juice and some nuanced savor from za'atar, a blend of Middle eastern spices. 

  • Stir It Up! Piña colada kulfi pops

    Kulfi, or Indian ice cream, is rich, creamy, and sweet, and this recipe requires no boiling, churning, or thickeners. Add crushed pineapple and coconut milk for a piña colada flavor, or experiment with flavor combinations of your own.

  • Stir It Up! Bread and butter pickles

    Fresh cucumbers and onions get a seasoned twist when canning season comes around. These sweet and crunchy bread and butter pickles are a great way to put abundant produce to good use, put away some summer flavor for the winter, or satisfy a craving.

  • Stir It Up! Peach & blueberry bruschetta with ricotta

    For an appetizer, a snack, or even breakfast, the simple combination of peaches, blueberries, and ricotta makes an elegant topping for bruschetta. 

  • Stir It Up! Thai basil pork and eggplant

    Summer doesn't have to mean foregoing your favorite Asian stir-fries. Using eggplant or another veggie makes this one-pot meal perfect for a weeknight dinner (or even breakfast).

  • Stir It Up! Seriously fresh blueberry pie

    This simple pie is chock-full of blueberries and perfect for summer. A hint of nutmeg adds a mysterious and unique flavor to a classic pie. 

  • Stir It Up! Salty sweet roasted cabbage

    When tossed with coconut oil, soy sauce, and maple syrup, roasted cabbage has a natural sweetness and a mellow flavor. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, this recipe will work in almost any situation.

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July 25, 2014

Photos of the Day 07/25

A woman carries a child around the fire, where an effigy of the demon Ghantakarna was burned to symbolize the destruction of evil, during the Ghantakarna festival at the ancient city of Bhaktapur, Nepal. According to local folklore, the demon is believed to 'steal' children and women from their homes and localities.

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