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    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You can braise this on the stove top as well in the crock pot! This is a long cooking recipe to make a very tender texture. The braised red cabbage of Alsace, counterbalances the fattiness making pork, duck or a traditional Christmas goose a great to serve with it. Seasoned with apples, ginger, cinnamon, coriander and nutmeg. Try even some lavender in it!

    Recipe #105229

    Very good! From my WINOS (Women In Need Of Sanity) cookbook.

    Recipe #282747

    Sweet potatoes add Vitamin C! The Russets give a nice, fluffy texture. Adapted from Martha Stewart Living magazine. A Southern and Caribbean recipe.

    Recipe #231844

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Try this dish to break the monotony of your mealtime. It's so scrumptious and so different!

    Recipe #251319

    From the Just One Pot cookbook. I halved the recipe when I made it and needed 1/2 cup less broth.

    Recipe #279744

    I loved the garlic green beans at Izzy's. I found this recipe on cooks.com. It is delicious.

    Recipe #261583

    A wonderful way to cook winter squash on the stove top. The cider forms a tart-sweet glaze and the herbs add a fresh note. Peeling the squash seems to be easier imho if I microwave the whole, uncut squash in the microwave for about 5 minutes. Let it cool before trying to peel. Different varieties of winter squash like butternut or acorn can be used. Some do hold their shape better than others though.

    Recipe #259819

    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This is a yummy dish from The Stinking Rose in San Francisco.

    Recipe #256172

    I've been making this dish for many years. I think it came from Southern Living. Every time I buy cauliflower, my husband insist that I make it this way.

    Recipe #256213

    I derived this recipe from Lennie's "Michael Symon's Drunken Cabbage#31824" but made significant changes to the recipe. I used what I had on hand. When I first made it, I didn't have any caraway seeds so I added it to the leftovers the next day. This dish comes out a little sweet but it is tasty. Cooked cabbage can tend to be a little "gassy" but I think the beer neutralizes that. This can be served as a side dish or eaten as a main dish.

    Recipe #78020

    From a Women's Weekly Dinner Party Cookbook. A nice change from plain rice! If you have any leftovers, add some cooked peas, canned tuna & some cream for an easy tuna rice dish, yum!

    Recipe #216575

    This can be elegant or you can eat it with your fingers. It includes a sauce that is reminiscent of deviled eggs.

    Recipe #214443

    14 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I found a similar recipe on the web and wanted to reduce the fat content without losing the flavor. This was the end result. The bacon and bacon fat are minimal but a must for the proper flavor.

    Recipe #136622

    3 Reviews |  By katia

    A friend of our family use to make this dish when sweet potatoes are in season. I think its a traditional Canadian recipe. Our friend has a sister that lives in Toronto and gave her the recipe.

    Recipe #169551

    I just love roasted cauliflower! It changes it from a ho-hum vegetable into a awesomely delicious one! Adapted this recipe from Rebecca Franklin from Your Guide to French Food. My sister says it tastes even better with a little lemon juice squeezed over when done.

    Recipe #285468

    I am going to try this dish for a Christmas potluck. It's from the Cook's Illustrated February 2005 issue.

    Recipe #273675

    I usually make tomato-ey, spicy bean recipes, but this one is different since even though it does have chili peppers in it, it really is mild (or maybe I just have a flame retardant tongue!). No tomatoes, either. This is modified just a little from a recipe from Crescent Dragonwagon's "The Passionate Vegetarian." She suggests serving it with bread & oil, or rice or barley, as a side dish, or with sour cream. I like it either hot or cold just as it is, or with rice or over pasta. I think any beans except maybe black would work, and I often use cooked dry beans instead of canned.

    Recipe #102094

    Simply put, these are to die for. Loved by all ages and you don't even need ketchup! Zero clean up as well :)

    Recipe #290656

    The suprise hits of this year's Thankgiving dinner were the vegetable side dishes. This was the green vegetable I served. I used red Swiss chard, giving the dish a holiday look. The dish can be finished in the oven while the turkey is resting.

    Recipe #104968

    6 Reviews |  By KandB

    This is a great dish we have at a local chinese restaurant that I came home and played with. They're an excellent side dish. I store some thai peppers in oil that I use in place of the olive oil but regular olive oil is fine. This recipe is great if you cube up a chicken breast into 1/2" cubes and add it also.

    Recipe #278215

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