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    Adopt a Chef Cookbook

    This is my Pick a Chef January 2006 cookbook. Thanks to Suzy for hosting and to all the other chefs who participated and made it so much fun.

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    One of my many favorite comfort foods is beef stroganoff. I now suffer from IBS and can no longer tolerate traditional stroganoff recipes, which is just like nearly every other food I grew up on that my mother cooked that I loved. Here is a recipe that I threw together with the ingredients I had on hand and with what I understood tasted well together. This was also an experiment to see if I could make some type of a stroganoff substitute. I didn't have any sour cream substitute so I thought I'd see if the bit of cream cheese substitute would be of any interest. As with all my posted recipes, a lot of the ingredients are estimated to the best of my ability, and I use ingredients that I can afford and that are tailored as best as posible to what I need for my IBS diet. Also, as usual, feel free to modify the recipe to your needs and tastes. The end product was a teeny bit soupy, but there should be enough noodles to soak up the soup, especially if you serve this with some bread on the side. I hope you enjoy my creation. :)

    Recipe #179747

    Dairy-free and adapted from my favorite sandwich that I used to order from a sandwich restaurant a long, long time ago. I know some of the ingredients sound like an odd mix, but in my opinion it's an extremely tasty combination. This particular recipe serves one. As always, amounts are approximate and you may change the ingredient types or amounts to suit your taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #178361

    I call this The "Sommer" Smoothie for two reasons. The first is because that is how my name is spelled, even though it's pronounced like the season and the second is because it is my own creation. It is definitely Summertime, too! :) I made up this smoothie myself using ingredients I had on hand and a couple that were leftovers from dinner that night, but weren't enough to save and I didn't want to waste yummy fruit. This smoothie is not only dairy-free, but has fruit and chocolate in it. I completely eye-balled the ingredients, but I have approximated them to the best of my ability here. I had this for dessert, but it makes a great snack, brunch, or breakfast drink. This ended up making about 20oz or so, and I had enough for a yummy dessert that night and froze the leftovers. I thawed the smoothie for a few hours in the fridge the next morning and then on the counter for another hour or so and had a tasty mid-morning snack. The ingredients can be varied in amounts and type to suit your needs and tastes. My bf liked it, but he's not a soy milk fan. I don't have much of a choice, lol, as I have to be careful about dairy. I just love this drink. I've actually made many combinations just from learning what flavors work together and experimenting.

    Recipe #177896

    5 Reviews |  By samcp4

    A versatile recipe, add other veg, or make it hotter by adding chili if you like. I serve this with a green salad. For a lower fat, but just as tasty meal use non fat greek style yoghurt instead of Sour cream. Add a little lemon juice to the yoghurt for a sour taste.

    Recipe #159558

    1 Reviews |  By samcp4

    Quick and easy. Always good when in a hurry.

    Recipe #162093

    1 Reviews |  By samcp4

    Serve with Jacket potatoes, or mash and peas. I made this for unexpected guests with little time to prepare, it went down a treat.

    Recipe #164128

    Easy and good... two of my favorite things! Got this recipe from a friend years ago.

    Recipe #141784

    My mom used to make this all the time. Every time her senior citizens group from the church had a covered dish dinner she got asked to bring this dish. It's a little different from the other broccoli cornbread recipes posted because she used cream cheese instead of cottage cheese.

    Recipe #135953

    This is a little different than the usual tomato type meatloaf glaze. I found the recipe in a cookbook I picked up at a garage sale called "Like Grandma Used To Make" and I tweaked it a little bit. I usually double the sauce.

    Recipe #145071

    I have no idea where I got this recipe; it's been in my collection for years. It's a little different than your usual vegetable dish!

    Recipe #141778

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    Recipe #163872

    BHG Dinnertime Express

    Recipe #162839


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