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    Crazy About Cranberries!

    I do love cranberries! Here are my recipes all wrapped up in one cookbook, so I will have easy access!
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    A re-creation of the Tuscan Kale Salad from the True Food Kitchen in Pheonix, Arizona. The shredded kale is tossed in a simple lemon garlic dressing with a few handfuls of breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese thrown in. This is a vegan version of this salad. The perfect salad starter for any holiday menu! The key to this salad is finely chopping (or shredding) the kale.

    Recipe #514710

    This looked so good I must share! It could be used for chicken also with equally good results! You could use 2 chickens or half the recipe if using one. From Better Homes & Gardens magazine, November 2013.

    Recipe #513466

    Roasted cranberries and soft and gooey Brie cheese, this is so good, and it's so pretty too! You can use the recipe I have posted( ), or use cranberry sauce of your choice. Enjoy! Recipe by Jerry James Stone on Cooking Stoned.

    Recipe #513321

    Though firm when raw, cranberries fall quickly to even just a little heat. You don’t have to bake them long. When finished, they are warm and almost melt in your mouth. This is how the cranberry is meant to be enjoyed!

    Recipe #513322

    Delicious but with a sweet flair that you'll fall in love with! This will hit the spot and satisfy your craving for a chunky, sweet, peppery, crunchy style sandwich. Full of texture and flavor, it's a hearty salad that will comfort you and leave you feeling completely satisfied. This can be served as a traditional or open faced sandwich. Or simply serve on a bed of lettuce and skip the bread. I use regular mayo when I don't have vegan. From The Simple Veganista.

    Recipe #512511

    Healthy fruit tea cooked in slow cooker. From slavasrecipes.

    Recipe #511195

    Almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds and cranberries, oh my! You don't have to feel guilty about eating this, since it has a lot of vitamins aside from the sugar and honey. It does take a little time for the sugar to get to the right temperature and you do need a candy thermometer to make this too. I may experiment with this and use a little cinnamon, add other nuts, etc. From Adventures in Cooking.

    Recipe #506284

    Did you know the cookie was actually invented in ancient Persia (now Iran) in the 7th century, A.D.? The earliest cookie-style cakes are thought to date back to 7th century Persia A.D. (now Iran), one of the first countries to cultivate sugar (luxurious cakes and pastries in large and small versions were well known in the Persian empire). According to historians, sugar originated either in the lowlands of Bengal or elsewhere in Southeast Asia. Sugar spread to Persia and then to the Eastern Mediterranean. I haven't tried this yet, but looking forward to it! From The Art of Armenian and Middle Eastern Cooking.

    Recipe #504078

    Full of protein and complex carbs and low in fat, just the thing for a warrior going into battle, or an average American returning from cooporate combat and looking for something quick and easy for dinner. Got this fromt the Chew cookbook, by Daphne Oz. Right up my alley!

    Recipe #491072

    Recipe courtesy Blair Laing, executive chef of Jersey's Cafe in Carmel, IN. From the show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives - Episode: Favorites With A Twist This was scaled down from a bulk restaurant recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #468549

    Almond butter, brown rice crisps, raisins and agave nectar give this classic treat a healthier update. This yummy recipe comes from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #468425

    Try this American classic....with a Carla Hall twist! Make the pie crust with the recipe here or buy one ready made at the store.

    Recipe #466406

    A fun name to get anyone interested in trying food. You can make this vegan by using soy yogurt, or use dairy yogurt if you like. Use fruit flavored yogurt or plain. If using plain, you may want to add a small amount of sweetener such as honey or agave syrup. Amounts are easily changed to what you like. Adapted from How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #466089

    A fun little munchy! Kids will enjoy helping and this gets them in the kitchen to help and have fun. Adapted from How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #466087

    Open the oven door and the aroma of this fresh baked breakfast bread will have the entire house clamoring into the kitchen. Moist and dense in texture, the bread includes healthy ingredients, such as oats and fresh banana, and is easy to prepare and very adaptable, accommodating your choice of chopped nuts or dried fruit in place of the cranberries. Some people say you don't even need the sugar when the bananas are so sweet. Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #464682

    Mmmmm, cranbery juice, apple juice, coconut cream......mmmmmmm.

    Recipe #460104

    I bought a large bag of kale and this recipe was on the back. I tried it and really enjoyed the sauce. I opted to leave out the almonds and cranberries, but it would be nice to dress it up. Enjoy! This will work with collards and other greens too. Kale is very high in beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, and reasonably rich in calcium. Developed in Europe, it is used in England, Italy, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Scotland, East Africa, Denmark, Sweden, Montenegro, Russia and even Japan. During World War II, the cultivation of kale in the U.K. was encouraged by the Dig for Victory campaign. The vegetable was easy to grow and provided important nutrients to supplement those missing from a normal diet because of rationing. Kale was introduced into Canada (and then into the U.S.) by Russian traders in the 19th century.

    Recipe #456151

    A tropical cocktail(in this case a mocktail), usually made with orange, pineapple and cranberry juice with vodka, rum, tequila, Amaretto and orange liqueur. I have tweaked to make non alcoholic. Enjoy!

    Recipe #455198

    Ginger and mint make this comforting mix especially good for settling stomachs after the indulgence of holiday meals. Makes a great gift given in small cloth bags. Steep 2 tablespoons with 1 cup hot water for 3 to 5 minutes, then strain. Sweeten with honey or agave nectar, if you like, and enjoy! I have a hard time finding fennel so have given a substute. Enjoy! Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #443773

    A great way to get your fiber and nutrients! You can make it up in big batches and portion it into small containers to grab and go in the morning. Adapted from Rachael Ray's Yum-O Family cookbook.

    Recipe #416171

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