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Fall Broccoli Salad

24 Sep

Good morning, Dear Readers:

With the early fall weather we’re having, I thought you might enjoy a post from The Texas Pioneer Woman, who published this delicious recipe just this morning.

Now if you’ve ever been to Sweet Tomatoes, they serve a broccoli mix called “Joan’s Broccoli Madness.” Oh, it’s SO GOOD!! But I never think of how to go about making it in my own kitchen.

Thanks, Janette!

You can read more about Janette Gomez, The Texas Pioneer Woman, here. I don’t know exactly where in Texas she lives, but I’m so glad we can claim her as our own.

Happy Wednesday!!

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