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    Low cal. Low carb. One Weight Watchers point. High fiber. Low cholesterol. Filling. Satisfying. Cheap. Good! Adapted from A Veggie Venture.

    Recipe #237011

    Inspired by The Great American Detox Diet, by Alex Jamieson. Great with crackers, chips, bread, or raw veggies, and it's good for you too!

    Recipe #237177

    Adapted from “The Spice of Vegetarian Cooking” by Martha Rose Shulman. This makes sunny golden little rounds that practically melt in your mouth!

    Recipe #237178

    I saw this made on Quick Fix with Robin Miller and it's such a neat idea I'm posting it for you!

    Recipe #238148

    Peanuts 101! This is a basic recipe for roasting peanuts gleaned from Chef2Chef. You may use as many peanuts as you want, the method is the same, just keep it one layer deep. The computer won't let me list one ingredient, so I have added salt. You may use or not.

    Recipe #238625

    A recipe from the famous Hotel Galvez in Galveston, Texas. And now a little history: After the Great Storm of 1900—when a massive hurricane devastated Galveston, Texas - a group of prominent businessmen, dedicated to the economic recovery of the island, knew there was a desperate need of a luxury beachfront hotel to fill the void that was left when the Beach Hotel burned down in 1898. At a cost of more than $1 million, the St. Louis firm of Mauran & Russell designed and built Hotel Galvez - a six-story Spanish Colonial Revival building named for Bernardo de Galvez, the Spanish colonial governor who chartered the Texas Gulf Coast and for whom the city is named. When it opened in 1911, the luxury hotel offered 275 elegant guestrooms, some with private baths. In 1912, Hotel Monthly billed it as one of the "most richly furnished seaside hotels in America". The public areas featured a barbershop, candy shop, drugstore, soda fountain and Gentleman's Bar & Grille. Roller chairs lined the front of the hotel for those wanting to take a trip along the famed Seawall Boulevard. In 1918, Hotel Galvez hosted more than 400 guests each day, with room rates starting at $2 per night. In the 1920s, the first bathing beauty contests in the nation were held at the hotel, with future movie stars Joan Blondell and Dorothy Lamour as participants. During the '20s and '30s, Hotel Galvez became known as the "Playground of the Southwest", as hundreds of celebrities and dignitaries stayed there. Notable guests included Presidents Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson and John Kennedy, as well as General Douglas MacArthur, Phil Harris, Alice Faye, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Stewart and Howard Hughes. On October 3, 1940, W.L. Moody Jr. acquired Hotel Galvez. During World War II, the hotel served as a living and working facility for the U.S. Coast Guard. In 1950, Moody's hotel chain, National Affiliated Hotels, added a motel on the east side of the main building. In 1965, the owners spent more than $1 million to refurbish the hotel. Another million-dollar-plus renovation was undertaken by the next owners, Harvey O. McCarthy and Dr. Leon Bromberg, who acquired the hotel in 1971. Hotel Galvez changed hands again in 1978, when it was purchased by well-known heart surgeon Denton Cooley, who had a long-standing sentimental attachment to it. Not only had he stayed there as a child and medical student, but his parents spent their wedding night at the hotel in 1916. Cooley sold half of his interest to Archie Bennett Jr., president of the Mariner Corporation. In 1980, the partners spent one year and more than $12 million renovating the hotel, after which it was named to the National Register of Historic Places. The most recent renovation was brought about through the efforts of Galveston preservationists and developers George and Cynthia Mitchell, who attained ownership of Hotel Galvez in March of 1993. Since June 1, 1998, Wyndham International as Wyndham Historic Hotels has managed the hotel. Today, Hotel Galvez stands proudly as "Queen of the Gulf", fully restored to its original glamour while continuing to offer gracious hospitality, old-world charm and new-world conveniences. Adapted from the cookbook Recipes from Historic America by Linda and Steve Bauer.

    Recipe #238807

    Serve these biscuits warm with butter and lavender honey. From the California Walnut folks!

    Recipe #239095

    This beautiful salad was originated by Britt Galler, assistant kitchen manager at Esalen Institute in California's Big Sur. I lived off and on there for several years. They served wonderful food!

    Recipe #239648

    Easy and pretty, not to mention delicious! Adapted from an avocado website.

    Recipe #239713

    Oh goodness, this is a super way to eat beets! Beets, roasted, diced with ginger, jalapeno, garlic, mint and cilantro. Throw in a little lime juice and mmmmm..mmmmm! Adapted from Chef2Chef!

    Recipe #240840

    Cool appetizers! Recipe courtesy of Chef Todd Downs via the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

    Recipe #240953

    Here is a simple appetizer that is popular and easy to make and will appeal to even those who are not ceviche aficionados. Ceviche of many types are popular in Peru. This can also be served as a light lunch, served on crusty French or Italian rolls. Adapted from Spirit of the Earth(Cultural Expeditions).

    Recipe #247002

    From Food 911, these are so good! I used to live in Watsonville, California, the artichoke capital!

    Recipe #249216

    This recipe came from Monterey, California, courtesy of Bobby Flay and Food Nation. I spent a few years in this area and love artichokes! Here's a good recipe!

    Recipe #249326

    A fillet of lightly cured salmon hinting of ginger, coriander, and Szechwan peppercorn. Cured salmon is surprisingly easy to make! A piece of plastic wrap and a few day's patience is all that's required. Adapted from the China Moon Cookbook. Cooking time is marinating time.

    Recipe #257285

    I bought a few fingerling potatoes, threw them in a dirt pile in the yard and now have a bix box of fresh fingerling potatoes! Here's a recipe to use them. Adapted from Cooking Live: Bastille Day Cook Along

    Recipe #262119

    This recipe is from Alton Brown's Eat This Rock! You cook the potatoes in heavily salted water and the salt crystallizes on the outside of the potatoes. It seems like a lot of salt but it works. The reviews rave over it! I have slightly adapted it. They are even good cold!

    Recipe #262122

    I have been craving the cool crispiness of fresh celery. Now teamed with creamy chunks of tangy blue cheese, it's so simple and so pleasing. Serve with rice pilaf or polenta cutlets. Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook. Enjoy! Recomended cheeses are Maytag, mellow Danish, and Buttermilk Blue.

    Recipe #264481

    You can have your muffaletta without all the meat, but with all the flavor! Adapted from Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals! Feel free to add more if you like. Perhaps some marinated mushrooms, pepperoncini, veggie bacon, other cheeses, tomato slices, etc.

    Recipe #265637

    I have not made this, but I dream of a balmy day in Jamaica, stopping at a roadside stand and eating this. The saltcod needs to soak overnight, so start this the day before eating. Good for breakfast or brunch with crackers, or even a party snack! Adapted from Bon Appetit. Enjoy!

    Recipe #270465

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