Roasted Tomato Soup with Grill Cheese Croutons

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Apple Pie Fruit Leather

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Simple Salsa

Pico de gallo (pronounced PEEK-oh deh GEYE-oh), which in Spanish means “rooster’s beak,” is simply salsa prepared in the Mexican tradition. Typically made of raw, uncooked ingredients (tomatoes, onion and chiles), pico de gallo adds a layer of fresh flavor over grilled fish or chicken; with fajitas, tacos, enchiladas and quesadillas; in Spanish fried rice and beans; and as a topping for corn chowder or Mexican style eggs (huevos rancheros). Freshly made — rather than store-bought — pico de gallo is also a simple, economical and beta-carotene-rich dip with jicama and zucchini slices, whole wheat crackers, or tortilla chips.

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Fall Harvest Pumpkin Butter

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Grilled Summer Salad

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Kale with Caramelized Onions

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Garlic-Parmesan Potatoes

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Lemon-Butter Veggies

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Sneaky Pesto

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Volunteers Needed

There are a TON of upcoming community events that depend on local volunteers.  Show your support by giving your time to one of these upcoming events.  Your time commitment could be as little as a hour and could be done individually or in groups with family, friends or co-workers.
 
If you’re planning to participate in one of these events, don’t rule out volunteering.  Many different volunteer roles are needed and don’t conflict with participating.  Volunteering at registration or event clean up allows you to participate in the race AND volunteer.
 
If you’re not planning to walk or run, volunteering is a great way to get in on the action.  Check out these other benefits of volunteering at a race event.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
MFT Glow Run, Sept 9th
Spooky Sprint, Oct 28th
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