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September 2019

If you are looking for a delicious, seasonal pumpkin bread that is low on carbs, but full of flavor, you'll love this recipe. Now that the weather is starting to cool off, you will find me in the kitchen baking more. Whether I am baking for the family, friends or bake sales for various organizations, this is one of my go-to recipes for a quick, yummy treat that contains more healthy ingredients that traditional sweet bread recipes. I use real maple syrup in this recipe, rather than white sugar because, not only is it less refined, it contains more nutrients, including calcium, potassium, iron and zinc. When buying maple syrup, make sure that you read the label. So many syrups on the market are actually corn syrup with maple flavoring. Use only 100 percent maple syrup for the best flavor and nutritional

Summer gardening season is wrapping up, but many of us still have tomatoes growing. In my case, many of my heirloom tomato plants are starting to look a little tired, but I have an abundance of Roma tomatoes.  My husband starts our tomato plants from seed, usually a variety of heirloom tomatoes. This year, he decided to try Roma tomatoes, and I am glad he did! Roma tomatoes are small and very meaty. The skin is tender and the seeds are few, compared to other varieties. Slicing tomato varieties tend to be juicier which is great when eating fresh, but Roma tomatoes make the best sauces and soup because there is less moisture in the tomatoes so the sauce will be thicker. You may not have grown Roma tomatoes, and they may not be readily available at Farmers’ Market. Don’t worry! You