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Food columnist Sarah Nasello says this recipe for this Savory Tomato Cheddar Galette is her gift to you — layers of pure summer deliciousness (tomatoes, garlic and cheese) encased in a scrumptious, rich and buttery pie crust laced with fresh herbs and flavor.
Readers are invited to submit their favorite recipes to enjoy, along with a note about what makes them special. Send recipes to lskarpness@parkrapidsenterprise.com.
Sarah Nasello shares her ultra-flaky All-Butter Pie Crust recipe and says it's relatively easy to master — and requires only a handful of pantry staples.
Readers are invited to submit their favorite recipes to enjoy, along with a note about what makes them special. Send recipes to lskarpness@parkrapidsenterprise.com.

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Food columnist Sarah Nasello says this easy recipe for Cilantro Lime Cucumber Salad is surprisingly full of flavor.
Readers are invited to submit their favorite recipes to enjoy, along with a note about what makes them special. Send recipes to lskarpness@parkrapidsenterprise.com.
"Home with the Lost Italian" columnist Sarah Nasello says this casual, no-fuss potato recipe is great for summer gatherings and can be easily adapted and doubled as desired.
Eat lighter in the summer by serving salads at lunch or dinner. These recipes are from “19 Of Grandma’s Best Summer Salads” at allrecipes.com.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says cooking is a wonderful way to bond with children and family, and this family and reader-favorite recipe is designed to be fun and easy to make, no matter your age.
July is the month when Minnesota’s strawberries are in season. Here are two dessert recipes that highlight the flavor of these delicious berries.

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"Home with the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah Nasello says just seven ingredients combine to make this staple salad dressing right at home.
With summer in full swing, grilling is a way to keep the kitchen cool while enjoying the outdoors. These recipes are a fun way to add a variety of vegetables to the lunch or dinner menu.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says this pasta salad is loaded with bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado.

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