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August is here with the humid heat and incessant growth. Summer is here and so is grilling season. Before firing up the grills, however, weekend warriors should observe a few simple precautions to ensure that backyard barbecue bashes don't go up in flames. We've got barbecue and go with ideas to satisfy both the chefs and their guests. For those who prefer sand and spray cooking, there are directions for a Maine Styled Clam bake and New England Steamed Clams and Lobster.
To keep you cool during the long August evenings, we have included a collection of refrigerator and freezer desserts.
With the corn and cucumbers ripening daily, they are our Vegetables of the month and we have a large collection of recipes to use this bounty.

Vegetables of the month: Corn & Cucumbers
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Jump start this school year with the perfect recipe for success

(ARA) - After a summer filled with sunny beach days and sleepovers, getting kids motivated to head back to school and adjust to a new routine is often a challenge. To make the transition a little easier for kids and parents, here are some tips and fun ideas to get creativity flowing and wake-up brains for learning.

Serve up originality
Inviting children to help in the kitchen is a great way to get them thinking and building life skills. From math and measurement to nutrition and following directions, the kitchen provides an opportunity for kids to practice the skills that not only contribute to a family meal, but they can also use in the classroom all year.

Take some time to spend in the kitchen and get those creative juices flowing by encouraging your kids to use their taste buds and imaginations to whip-up something original. Now through Oct. 22, parents can enter their kids in the Ninth Annual Jif (R) Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest (TM), which invites parents to share their kids', ages 6 to 12, creative sandwich recipes. Last year's winner, Rachel G. of Clovis, Calif., combined chicken, grapes, honey and peanut butter in a lettuce wrap to create her "PB & Fruity says 'Let Us Rap."  Finalists go to New York to compete for a $25,000 scholarship fund.
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Classic Supper for 4:  Mushroom Nut Pate, Easy Scampi, Broiled Tomatoes, Creamy Vinaigrette w/Salad greens & Chocolate fondue
Family Dinner for 4 - 6: Stuffed Mushrooms,  Barbecued Pork Chops, Brunede Kartofler(Sugar Browned Potatoes), Raw Applesauce & Cherry Ice Cream
Lamb & Vegetable Kabobs Meal: Lamb and Vegetable Kabobs, Artichoke Salad, & Almond Rice
Spaghetti Squash Meal: Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce, Cauliflower Salad, Cheese-Herb Loaf

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Company Cauliflower
Green Bean Amandine
Green Beans & Bacon
Mexican Corn
Creamed Spinach
Scalloped Onions
Vegetable Casserole
Zucchini Casserole
Ham Balls For a Party
Party Dip
Party Meat Balls
Party Mix 4
Swedish Meatballs (serves 300)
Broccoli Cauliflower Casserole
Calico Casserole
Company Casserole
Crockpot Cheese Souffle Casserole
Enchilada Casserole
Ground Beef Potato Casserole
Hamburger Casserole
Hamburger & Cabbage Casserole
Hot Complete Casserole
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* Portions of August text by a Cooking by the Calendar A family weekly cookbook edited by Marilyn Hansen 

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