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Wednesday Recipe Roundup 1

We`re going to be sharing our favorite recipes each Wednesday, gleaned from food blogs around the web. The vast majority will be simple to make, keeping in mind that you are a busy mom. However, just for fun, sometimes, there will be a fun and more complicated recipe in the bunch.

Most of you are still dealing with cooler weather, so why not whip up a batch of Carrot-Ginger Soup? Delicious, unique and perfect for the whole family.

Looking for something quick and easy that will please the men in your house? Steak with Root Vegetables could be the key, with thinly cut veggies that cook up in a snap.

How about a totally gourmet and totally simple Penne with Meat Sauce? I`ll be making this later this week!

These Fondant Potatoes look scrumptious and this is a way easier method of making them than the original.

Breakfast for dinner is a great way to save time and energy, but if you aren`t up to the complexities of a regular omelet, try this super easy, super tasty Baked Omelet.

Got some recipes to share? Think we should feature a specific blog? Leave a link in the comments or email us at admin@thegourmetmama.com.

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