Pure Joy Cocktail
This drink features one of the most exquisite fruit-spirit combinations, that of gin and raspberry. It is at once seductive and refreshing, making it an ideal warm weather cooler. I like to make this drink with Bombay Sapphire, which is lighter in gin's base botanicals (juniper berries and coriander) and presents a more floral, fruity character, featuring botanicals such as orris (the root of the iris flower), lemon peel, and bitter almonds. Adapted from The Modern Mixologist by Tony Abou-Ganim with Mary Elizabeth Faulkner.
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Warm up to this pumpkin soup recipe. Take it to go in a thermos or serve it for your family and friends. Click here for Beyond Pumpkin: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes
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The blueberries in this purée give it a fun color and also hide the fact that there's actually a vegetable in it as well, making it a great sneaky and delicious way to get your kid to eat some spinach. 
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This purée resembles puréed baby food a little bit, but is still delicious and easy to slip into any meal you're making for your kids. They'll never know that they're eating two — not one — vegetables. 
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pure velvet
Taking inspiration from the edginess that makes up Rihanna’s Grammy-nominated album Anti, this cocktail is surprising, refreshing, and smooth in the end — just like RiRi herself.This recipe is courtesy of Bache-Ganrielsen Cognac.
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Want a slick way to sneak cauliflower and zucchini into your kids meal? Purée them together and work it into the meal another way.
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With their appealing sweet taste, parsnips make for a satisfying and versatile go-to vegetable without being loaded with calories. Parsnips are an excellent source of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar stable, also aided by the potassium they contain. Full of folic acid, calcium, vitamins C, B1, B2, B3 and minerals such as zinc and iron, this yummy vegetable will help keep you healthy during the holidays. 
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salmon asparagus
Some believe salmon is an aphrodisiac. Regardless of whether it is or isn’t, this healthy salmon meal will prove itself easy to make and delicious for date night.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
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Before entering the complicated (and delicious) world of cream cheese pumpkin cupcakes, we need to master the pumpkin purée. Click here to see the 12 Days of Pumpkin.  
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This purée is loaded with vegetables, but mixed into an avocado and ham sandwich, your kid will never know. 
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Mushroom stems are the first thing to go into the trash when prepping mushrooms, but they actually yield a lot of that deep earthy flavor that people love from mushrooms. This mushroom chip recipe makes use of the entire mushroom, and is a healthy alternative to a serving of potato chips and dip. 
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Salmon has always been done well served alongside a fall-centric slaw like celery root and fennel, and this recipe adds apples into the seasonal dish to add a bit of rustic sweetness.
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