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    66 Reviews |  By Bev

    This Italian favorite pairs up especially well with the recipes I posted for Mediterranean Roasted Green Beans with Slivered Amonds recipe #21300 and/or Roasted Asparagus recipe #21148. From The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen.

    Recipe #59917

    Especially good pilaf. The celery and onion add a nice touch.

    Recipe #18597

    A neat idea for gift giving or for those special occasions where you want to "dress up" plain old chocolate covered strawberries. Very easy and relatively inexpensive, especially compared to the store-bought ones. **yield stated below depends on how many of the strawberries are good enough to use, per carton**

    Recipe #157160

    Here is an easy basic recipe that you can tweak to your tastes. If you don't have wine, use chicken broth. Don't use a cooking wine!! If you want to use wine but don't know any good ones, talk to someone working at the wine department of your local grocery. They should be able to recommend a good tasting, reasonably priced (under $10) bottle. You can also use boneless, skinless chicken breasts if you prefer: just adjust the cooking time. If you have time, let the chicken breasts marinade for at least an hour. I usually throw this together in the morning before I go to work, then bake it that evening. For a complete one pot meal, you can add a couple of potatoes to the baking dish with the chicken before you put it in the oven. Then all that's left is maybe another veggie :)

    Recipe #456007

    Great for a low-carb snack. I make this up fairly regularly, and just keep it in the fridge for when I need something, but it's just not meal time yet. I left the Bamboo skewers out of the recipe list, and the prep time includes 1 hour of marinading...

    Recipe #188919

    This is a very easy homemade recipe that has all the traditional tastes of Italy. It's a Penne Rigate dish with Roasted Red Pepper, Artichoke, Onion & Garlic Puree. I happen to love this and so does DH. You have to like roasted red pepper to enjoy this recipe to the fullest extent. It's so simple to prepare as most of the prep is done with a food processor or blender for the puree then you just serve it over your favorite pasta - we like it best over Penne Rigate, but any pasta will do. ** You could also stir in some cooked shrimp or cooked sliced sausage if you want a more hearty dish **

    Recipe #310194

    Adapted from menus4moms.com

    Recipe #277377

    2 Reviews |  By radman

    So easy and delicious!!! They will want seconds!!

    Recipe #244742

    This recipe is from my hometown's BEST restaurant of the Jersey Shore, DORIS & EDS of Highlands New Jersey.

    Recipe #285586

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A delicious steak and sauce from Pol Martin, a famous Canadian chef. Rib-eye steaks may be substituted for the New Yorks.

    Recipe #191145

    Classic caprese salad turned into an easy and elegant appetizer. *If you can't find small fresh mozzarella balls (bocconcini) you can buy a larger ball of fresh mozzarella and cut it into 1/2 in cubes.

    Recipe #420124

    Great low-calorie appetizer. From Family Circle.

    Recipe #121896

    I recently needed a "salad-ish" dish to take to a Christmas Eve dinner, and came up with this. Wintertime does not make me hungry for a cold salad, but this one is a nice compromise - and it doesn't involve one leaf vegetable! You can make the balsamic reduction in advance - it keeps nicely in the fridge for a few weeks in a closed container. The amounts of the ingredients are flexible as are the ingredients themselves. Choose your favorite apple and pear, and leaving the skin on them adds color and texture. The salad keeps well for a day or two in the fridge as well, but the fruits, cucumber and celery wilt a bit.

    Recipe #345625


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