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    Veggies, veggies, veggies!!!! We do eat a lot of them!!!
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    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    OK just the Brain Food here! This is a take off of my Recipe #106251 using a different method to keep it looking like a brain for Halloween. Do take note all microwaves cook differently so take care when roasting not to over do. Oh by the way cauliflower is Brain food! A recent study done by McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, suggests that taking a minimum of 500mg of citicoline supplements a day can help boost mental energy and efficacy. Citicoline, a natural substance found in all living cells, can also be ingested via cauliflower—a source of choline, which is converted to citicoline in the brain!

    Recipe #396674

    I threw this together and we really enjoyed it so I thought I would post it. Do not overcook your spinach - just let it wilt and get hot right through. You need a large skillet or wok with a lid. I used low fat dressing. Use any other of your favorite dressings

    Recipe #366109

    I make this often with my summer's crop of green and yellow beans ---for this recipe I really don't bother to measure so really the exact amounts do not matter, however I have posted the amounts that I I think is pretty much close to what I use --- I usually have my beans already steamed and stored in the refrigerator until ready to use for this recipe, do not make this using uncooked raw beans they must be cooked firstly, prep time does not include pre-steaming the beans or peeling the garlic cloves.

    Recipe #312119

    I love corn but get bored with the same old flavors, so we added a little kick.

    Recipe #299919

    It's cold outside. You're feeling blue. You need rumbledethumps, it's so comforting! If you're feeling really down, top with a fried egg. Adapted from Good Cooking by Jill Dupleix. Enjoy!

    Recipe #294541

    3 Reviews |  By MnBiker

    I got this recipe from Ursula, a German born Woman. A good friend.

    Recipe #280168

    When you don't have time to simmer a pot of fresh green beans for a few hours.

    Recipe #268494

    With spring here and everyone (except me) has their garden in. Soon tomatoes will be coming out your ears! Here's an excellent way to have them! Fresh tomatoes make this recipe even more better.

    Recipe #231551

    Simple as...great side to roast pork! Don't use parsnips that are too big as they tend to be a bit woody.

    Recipe #230153

    These stuffed vegetables are typical fare from Provençe - the region that hugs the Mediterranean coastline in the South of France. Vegetables, olives and olive oil are used in abundance in Provençe, and this recipe really captures the sun and fragrance of this much-loved area! There are numerous recipes for these famous stuffed vegetables, but this one is my favourite.......all that is needed is crusty bread and a glass of wine, et voila - an excellent light dinner or summer lunch. I have stipulated baby "round" courgettes (zucchini) and tomatoes in this recipe, but you can also use onions and aubergines (eggplant) as well.

    Recipe #228711

    A crispy, tasty alternative to deep fried mushroom. Easier than frying as well. Make a double batch, freeze on a baking sheet and place in a plastic bag for unexpected guests.

    Recipe #228623

    12 Reviews |  By anme

    A yummy carrot side dish that is sure to please!

    Recipe #219823

    When I was growing up, we NEVER called this dish a "Gratin" - it was always Cauliflower cheese and was invariably our main meal and NOT an accompaniment! My mother had to be very clever and thrifty in what she bought & cooked, and in the absence of meat on the table, she used cheese as the protein! This dish has become very "fashionable" again is served in many guises, Cauliflower Noisette, Cauliflower Gratin, Cheese and Cauliflower Bake...but to me, it will always be just Cauliflower Cheese, and it remains one of my favourite meals! I do serve it as an accompaniment now, but you have to be very careful what you serve it with, as it is very cheesy and rich. Alternatively, just have it as a main meal and serve some homemade bread and butter with it and maybe some salad or steamed spring greens! By the way, if you make a large batch, it freezes very well - either in small plastic containers or in zip lock bags; defrost and microwave to re-heat OR reheat over a Bain Marie. Try wherever possible to use English Mustard AND a good mature Cheddar cheese in the sauce, it DOES make a huge difference to the taste, and other types of mustards & cheeses do not work as well.

    Recipe #216237

    Two vegetables that are dear to my dining room table! This recipe, however, is current & comes from the 13 Mar 07 issue of Woman's World. It's just one more way to jazz up these two veggies!

    Recipe #215816

    Recipe #213515

    Good hot, cold, room temperature. These do not taste like lima beans. They are from my favorite Chinese cookbook, The Key To Chinese Cooking, by Irene Kuo, copyright 1977. I have made nothing from the cookbook that isn't entirely wonderful.

    Recipe #210936

    Baby lima beans are a super source of fiber. In this recipe from Philadelphia chef Aliza Green, they're cooked with lots of garlic. Taken from the "Quick and Healthy Low Fat Cooking" cookbook.

    Recipe #210778

    I was wanting something different than normal stuffed cabbage rolls with tomato sauce so I came up with my own idea. My husband and I really enjoyed this and I was very satisfied. I wanted to share my idea with you and I hope you and your family enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #197099

    A fantastic medley of French vegetables - Fennel Bulb, Onions, Garlic, Red Peppers, Aubergines & Tomatoes; oven roasted in a Balsamic vinegar, Caper & Olive oil dressing! Simple yet impressive and adds a real splash of colour to any meal. I make loads of this, usually with the vegetables listed, but you can add anything you like which is in season, such as Courgettes; It freezes very well and is used in numerous recipes of mine, such as Vegetarian Lasagne, Vegetarian Shepherds Pie, Pasta Bakes, Hot Vegetable Salad and also a great recipe which I will post, called French Roast Chicken & Vegetables in Wine! Great ALL year around, the only proviso is what vegetables you have in season.......however, the Fennel Bulb & Capers really adds that oooh la la!!!

    Recipe #195130

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Well here I was with quite a large squash so I decided to try something a bit different and came up with this recipe. We enjoyed it and I hope you will too. Because I was just creating this recipe and most people like a bit of oil I used a tbsp, but you can eliminate it--the spices will adhere to the squash without it!

    Recipe #190625

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