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5 Reviews |  By Rita~

Feel like some finger food? You can half the size of the patties to make then go farther or double the recipe with no problem.

Recipe #93879

1 Reviews |  By Rita~

The grilled duck is glazed with a delicious rhubarb cherry glaze that has hints of orange. The flavors borrowed into the rice in which it is served on. This seems very complex but you can simplify by using butter or oil in place of the rendered duck fat, replace the stock with water, and by buying the duck in cut pieces.

Recipe #93689

1 Reviews |  By Rita~

Different! But so good! This dish is so complete it has the protien, carbs, fiber and bursting with flavor!

Recipe #93993

11 Reviews |  By Rita~

A twist on the shepherds pie. AHHHHHHHHH Sweet Comfort food! This is made with sweet potatoes and ground turkey and a good hint of curry!Good to make with your leftover Thanksgiving sweet potatoes and turkey. You can even put a layer of stuffing in, top with some pecans.....

Recipe #93616

Delicious latkes using up many of the ingredients required for the RSC contest (2004). These are very flavorful and, if made slightly smaller, would be a great appetizer with the dipping sauce. Do not be put off by the long list of ingredients, the recipe is MUCH easier to make than it reads.

Recipe #93964

3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

Dark, moist, slightly spicy pancakes. No one would ever guess the ingredients list. I served these with fresh blueberry/honey sauce. Probably would be wonderful served with glazed, cooked apples.

Recipe #93972

1 Reviews |  By PaulaG

This is a sinfully, rich cake. It can be made in less than an hour and served a short time later. I used frozen sour cherries, thawed and dried them lightly. The cooking time incldues the baking and cooling of cake before glazing. Hope you enjoy.

Recipe #93967

Recipe for bread machine. This bread is a light rye and we like using it for patty melts and rueben sandwiches.

Recipe #93429

7 Reviews |  By Rita~

This cake must be good for you with zucchini, sweet potato, cherries and cocoa! How can you go wrong?

Recipe #93811

1 Reviews |  By ellie_

Simple single crust vegetable pie is perfect for a simple no-meat supper or lunch accompanied with a tossed salad and sweet rolls.

Recipe #93306

1 Reviews |  By Carofil

This recipe is a favourite with white rice, however the brown rice adds a more chewy texture and flavour that will please many.

Recipe #92937

created for rsc 2004

Recipe #92863

Pancakes don't always have to be sweet!

Recipe #92947

1 Reviews |  By Derf

this recipe is an entry in Desserts for the RSC Summer 2004 contest.

Recipe #93257

Mung beans are one of the most cherished foods in ayurveda, a wholistic system of medicine from India. Mung beans are very nourishing, while being relatively easy to digest. People who are recuperating from illnesses are often recommended a combination of rice and mung beans, because they are very nutritious but not hard to digest. Together with rice, mung beans form a complete protein. Combine with coconut milk, a traditional ingredient used with mung beans, and cocoa, you have a fluffy pudding that tastes like a Mounds bar but packs a real protein punch. Here's a delicious way to get more protein in your diet!

Recipe #93307

6 Reviews |  By Derf

This recipe is submitted for the RSC Summer 2004 contest

Recipe #93168

2 Reviews |  By Lorac

Sage flavored ground turkey cooked with a sauce made from balsamic vinegar, honey and Dijon mustard.

Recipe #93392

3 Reviews |  By Lorac

Duck and rice in a savory broth, offset with the sweetness of yams and green peas. Hearty enough for a main dish. If you can get a large (6 pound) duck, cut off the breast and save it for another recipe.

Recipe #93048

5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

A great quiche with an unusual but healthy crust that doesn't dominate the flavor, but enhances the flavor of the cheese.

Recipe #93037

1 Reviews |  By ellie_

These spicy stuffed peppers are pretty when using a combination of green and red (and/or yellow) bell peppers.

Recipe #93620

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