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    I came up with this soup last night as a way to use the massive quantity of bell peppers I bought on sale this week. The sweet potato I used was of the pale variety, but I'm sure it would taste delicious with an orange sweet potato.

    Recipe #155818

    From Les Fougeres restaurant in Chelsea Quebec is a wonderful way to serve fresh fruit. Steeping earl grey with lemon verbena and mint to make a syrup complements fresh berries. Time does not include cooling.

    Recipe #310323

    A simple but warming soup, the oats add bulk and a distinctive flavour of their own Even better served the next day! This recipe is a bit 'by feel' ...amounts are more for guidance! I added more stock than the recipe states, and I never used the milk at all, I added a little extra water when I felt the soup was becoming too thick. I don't feel it needs the milk. I also didn't add the salt and pepper, it depends on individual taste. I used medium-ground oatmeal, about two rounded tablespoons (like the olive oil, what you feel is enough), you can use rolled oats, but DONT use 'instant oats', they are most often packed with salt, sugar and other flavourings, you want 'the Real McCoy') My husband has high cholesterol and I try to include oats in his daily menus, as they have many health benefits. From : Favourite Scottish Recipes

    Recipe #312345

    You can make this soup with any combination of fresh vegetables on hand. Just be sure to include some potatoes or carrots. Leave the vegetables chunky for a robust soup, or puree half of the vegetables for extra body.

    Recipe #334255

    Supposedly this is a great belly fat burning snack. Recipe from Prevention magazine 10/2008.

    Recipe #335161

    Found online at www.fooddownunder.com, while looking for economical 'African' recipes. Tasty and nutritious, a vegetarian main dish or a good side dish. You could easily add garlic, cooking it with the onions, add some mushrooms, adding with the tomatoes, and I think some chilli, fresh, powdered or flaked, would also add a bit of spice to this very versatile dish!

    Recipe #348276

    A great recipe to take to a cook out or pitch-it. Fairly easy to make and you can make it ahead of time since its a chilled dish.

    Recipe #352752

    Ani Phyo made this recipe for raw foodies and you can watch her make it here: http://www.virtualchannelnetwork.com/channels/premier_event/ep18.cfm

    Recipe #363071

    It doesn't matter what I prepare for dinner, someone always compliments the salad! I thought I should share my way! You can add or subtract from most of the veggies but NOT the Tomatoes! I don't always use everything vegetable listed cause I might not have it, but I think it's the tomatoes and the technique that actually make it so good. If your tomatoes are juicy and ripe you won't need much dressing- if any!

    Recipe #126190

    Adapted from Rachael Ray! Whats not to love???

    Recipe #287929

    Published in the 9/17/08 News Sentinel. Posting here for safekeeping and to reflect my healthy changes.

    Recipe #326465

    My boys love the mocha flavour!

    Recipe #342656

    1 Reviews |  By 4-H Mom

    I found this recipe in an old cookbook I picked up at a Second Hand Store.

    Recipe #348353

    14 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a really rich and great tasting soup that does not contain cream. If you want to add a cup of cream to it to up the decadence factor, you can. It's easy to make with an immersion blender.

    Recipe #362858

    Just like my dad used to make it! Which means, it's the best way ;p.

    Recipe #44966

    These eggplant slices, stuffed with tomato slices, feta and capsicum, make a great starter for a Greek-style meal or if you want to make them part of a complete meal, serve them with pita bread, a Greek salad, potatoes, such as Recipe #119124, olives and a selection of dips. I am posting this recipe, from one adapted from an International Masters '1001 recipes for pan or wok' recipe card, for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138458

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is such a colorful and well flavored dish. Goes great with just about anything. Adapted from TOH

    Recipe #185136

    6 Reviews |  By WiGal

    This came from TOH.

    Recipe #292517

    I love snap peas, so when I saw this, I had to try it, with a couple of changes. Adapted from Everyday Food magazine.

    Recipe #298689

    This is the easiest, quickest spaghetti sauce you could ever want. Great for those nights when you just want something fast, but homemade. I never buy bottled spaghetti sauce anymore since I found this gem on Martha Stewart Living titled Spaghetti 101. It is definitely cheaper and tastier than any bottled sauce you could buy. Now, for me, this will never take the place of my Sunday Dinner Gravy, but it is great for what it is intended.

    Recipe #342052

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