Hollis Social Library Quarantine Cookbook
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Hollis Social Library Quarantine Cookbook


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This is The Hollis Social Library Quarantine Cookbook! It is a collaborative project created by the Hollis Library staff with the contribution of our patrons, in an effort to connect virtually through the love of food and community.
This is The Hollis Social Library Quarantine Cookbook! It is a collaborative project created by the Hollis Library staff with the contribution of our patrons, in an effort to connect virtually through the love of food and community.
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Creamy Tomato Tortellini Spinach
 
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Clean Chocolate Cupcakes
 
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Shannon's Instant Pot Loaded Potato Soup
 
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Quinoa Salad
 
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Shannon's Berry Pie
 
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Zucchini Brownies
 
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Strawberry Glare Pie
 
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Easy Bread
 
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Quick and Easy Bread
 
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"Fake" Shack Fried Chicken Sandwiches
 
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Turkey Pot Pie
 



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Creamy Tomato Tortellini Spinach
This recipe is my ultimate comfort food. It always makes me feel warm and full. The dish has wonderful flavors and can be enjoyed all year long.

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Clean Chocolate Cupcakes
I ate a LOT of these when I was doing the Whole30 diet. They are delicious even without frosting. I put a little bit of plain almond butter on them if I want them "frosted" Submitted by: "Laura Klain"

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Shannon's Instant Pot Loaded Potato Soup
If the soup isn't thick enough for you, mix 1 tablespoon of corn starch with 1 tablespoon of cold water and mix into the soup. Put the soup on saute mode until boiling. Then click off and your soup is ready to serve! Make garlic bread for dipping and you have Shannon's favorite meal EVER! Submitted by: "Shannon"

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Quinoa Salad
This is a really easy and versatile recipe. Sometimes I just use whatever I have on-hand. The herbs and lemon are key to creating a bright, summertime salad. This recipe is based on Cookie and Kate's quinoa salad recipe. Submitted by: "Traci Joy"

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Shannon's Berry Pie
This was a super fun and delicious pie to make. It tasted like a strawberry poptart! Submitted by: "Shannon Aja"

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Zucchini Brownies
A sweet treat with a hidden serving of zucchini. You won't even notice the zucchini is in the brownie. Zucchini is used instead of eggs and butter. Submitted by: "Kara Libby"

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Strawberry Glare Pie
Delicious!!! Submitted by: "Dorothy Pitman"

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Easy Bread
Quick and Easy Zeno Fail Bread Submitted by: "Teresa Sengstaken"

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Quick and Easy Bread
My grandmother's company is coming in an hour bread recipe. Submitted by: "Teresa Sengstaken"

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"Fake" Shack Fried Chicken Sandwiches
I don't typically make fried food at home, but we were craving fast food during the quarantine. I made this once and my whole family loved it so much, that it became a staple! Submitted by: "Amy Kellner"

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Turkey Pot Pie
Whenever I make a turkey dinner, there is inevitably some of that delicious meat left over. This is the best way I've found to make an entirely different meal from the leftover turkey. Everyone goes crazy for this dish and my family never fails to leave an empty pie plate! Submitted by: "Kristina Cheshire"

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This is The Hollis Social Library Quarantine Cookbook! It is a collaborative project created by the Hollis Library staff with the contribution of our patrons, in an effort to connect virtually through the love of food and community.