Project HEAL Team Winter Recipes
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Project HEAL Team Winter Recipes


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This cookbook is a collection of recipe's from the Project HEAL staff and founders. This year we wanted to share some of our favorite holiday and winter recipes with each other.
This cookbook is a collection of recipe's from the Project HEAL staff and founders. This year we wanted to share some of our favorite holiday and winter recipes with each other.
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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
 
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Sesame Bagel Breakfast Bake
 
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Abraham Lincoln’s Gingerbread Cookies
 
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Bacon Pistachio Mac and Cheese
 
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Vegan Blueberry Lemon Cake
 
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Sweet Japanese Curry
 
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Cranberry Apple Harvest Pi Pie
 
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Chocolate Chess Pi Pie
 
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Wassail
 
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Hershey Kiss S'mores Cookies
 
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Grandma Rachel's Hungarian Cabbage Rolls
 
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Vegan Dark Chocolate, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt Cookies
 



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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
These are Emily's mother-in-law's famous pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

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Sesame Bagel Breakfast Bake
This is one of Angie's recipes!

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Abraham Lincoln’s Gingerbread Cookies
Angie doesn't actually know if these were Abe’s cookies, but she got the recipe on a White House tour years ago, and likes to imagine Mary Lincoln baking them on Christmas Eve.

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Bacon Pistachio Mac and Cheese
Kristina's husband Ryan makes this and it is absolutely amazing!

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Vegan Blueberry Lemon Cake
Giva shared this one with us and you can basically smell the blueberries and lemon yumminess when reading the recipe!

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Sweet Japanese Curry
When Pi asks their mom for a recipe for a childhood favorite, Pi's mom will usually handwrite recipes with no quantities and lots of suggestions for alterations. Pi's done their best to give us quantities and a little more guidance. This is how Pi learned to cook and is a huge part of why Pi feels they are unable to follow a recipe.

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Cranberry Apple Harvest Pi Pie
Both of Pi's pie recipes come from a cookbook their mother created as a fundraiser for one of her many volunteer projects. When Pi moved out, they took the worn and well loved copy of the cookbook and it opens directly to these pie recipes which they use at every Thanksgiving, Christmas, and many other special occasions. Sometimes Pi's family chooses these as birthday pies instead of having birthday cake!

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Chocolate Chess Pi Pie
Pi pie is the best pie!

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Wassail
This recipe is said to be the original Macbeth family recipe! Submitted by Grace.

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Hershey Kiss S'mores Cookies
S'mores cookies start with a graham cracker filled cookie base, topped with a gooey marshmallow, and a chocolate kiss - for your favorite s'mores flavors in a delicious and cute cookie! Submitted by Liana.

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Grandma Rachel's Hungarian Cabbage Rolls
Arwen grew up with a lot of Hungarian/Romanian traditions and cuisine. Stuffed cabbage is still one of her favorite winter time comfort foods. Grandma Rachel always served over a big scoop of mashed potatoes but when Arwen visited Romania, they served them over creamy polenta which was also delicious.

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Vegan Dark Chocolate, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt Cookies
Laurie brought these to one of the staff retreats and the team merrily ate them all and then demanded the recipe. Soooooo good!

This cookbook is a collection of recipe's from the Project HEAL staff and founders. This year we wanted to share some of our favorite holiday and winter recipes with each other.

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This cookbook is a collection of recipe's from the Project HEAL staff and founders. This year we wanted to share some of our favorite holiday and winter recipes with each other.