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    So my boyfriend is from the south. They say a way to his heart is thru his stomach...he likes this "lighter" version of greens, so they must be good right? We both enjoy them and hope you will too. Comes from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #270936

    1 Reviews |  By CyndiCB

    This is the first Rachel Ray recipe that I have tried, and that I actually liked! This was a super, simple recipe, and I wanted to post it because I thought everyone would enjoy it. I'm not a spinach person, but this was really good.

    Recipe #384801

    The reduction of the cream makes this gratin very special. From "Guy Savoy: Simple French Recipes for the Home Cook."

    Recipe #266718

    Pernod is the brand name of the licorice- flavored French liqueur pastis. You will find it under either of these names, as well as Ricard. It has been used as an ingredient in aperitiefs and in cooking for over 200 years! This is a fantastically easy as well as attractive dish we really enjoy - the Pernod tempers the bitterness you sometimes have with fresh spinach. I've put in a minimal prepartion time as this will really depend on how gritty your spinach and leek are. If you've never drunk Pernod before, consider giving it a try-- I'm also posting the recipe for the drink Pernod Classique (Pastis), which is a really refreshing summer drink. Millions of Frenchman can't all be wrong . . .

    Recipe #93309

    The famous Berghoff's restaurant, in Chicago, closed it's doors this past week after 107 years in business. Their recipes were a closely guarded secret but they did share the ingredient list for their famed creamed spinach. The Chicago Tribune food editors played around with the list and came up with this recipe, which tastes exactly like the spinach at the restaurant.

    Recipe #158490

    There are lots of creamed spinach recipes on Zaar, but this one is different in that it uses not only fresh spinach and real cream, but also chicken broth. If you don't care for sweet onions, use regular white onion. Recipe adapted from a version found in the Steak Lover's Coobook.

    Recipe #93650

    The original recipe came from the Africhef recipe website, however I make it just a little bit different. This can be served as a side dish, or over rice as a main dish!

    Recipe #173495

    6 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is a delicious, decadent and luscious French "bread casserole" from "The Zuni Café Cookbook" that you will want to make again and again. It's a great use for stale bread and a very forgiving recipe, you can improvise with other greens and cheeses. As with all panades, you may need a little more bread, or have some left over; same with the liquid, depending on the size and shape of your baking container. If you have more time, you can cook this at 250°F, for about 2 hours 45 minutes; the slower the bake, the more unctuous and mellow the results. If you have leftovers, the Zuni Cafe's Chef Judy Rodgers instructs: Warm about 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil in a nonstick skillet over medium heat. Slide in a scoop cold panade and press gently to make an 2-inch-thick patty. Fry gently to make a golden crust, about 3 minutes, then fry the other side. It's also great rewarmed in the microwave. It is actually not difficult to make; the instructions are just very detailed. You can skip the stovetop step and still get great results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #368749

    Feel free to substitute turnip greens. This recipe has been posted to accompany my Recipe #373109 and Recipe #373203...they complement each other so well! But this recipe is a nice alternative to the traditional southern cooked collard greens loaded with bacon fat. If you like your greens more tender, you'll need to increase the cooking time and add more stock. Cook according to your taste!

    Recipe #373114

    A stove top side that's just plain good.

    Recipe #414741

    3 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    This easy recipe is guaranteed to turn a spinach hater into a spinach lover!

    Recipe #217074

    This is quick and delicious! This was served as a "chef's" selection at a favorite dining place we frequent. Asked the waitress what it was and she had the chef come out and he shared this with me! Must try!

    Recipe #109187

    The suprise hits of this year's Thankgiving dinner were the vegetable side dishes. This was the green vegetable I served. I used red Swiss chard, giving the dish a holiday look. The dish can be finished in the oven while the turkey is resting.

    Recipe #104968

    A flavorful, quick, and healthy side dish.

    Recipe #351052

    A rich spinach dish, a little goes a long way.

    Recipe #211418

    This is creamed spinach with a Transylvanian touch.

    Recipe #134934

    2 Reviews |  By jd_2077

    An old family favorite from our time in the south. Even my husband, who is picky about his greens, enjoyed this recipe!

    Recipe #349274

    Sauteed Fresh Red Swiss Chard, Garlic, Lemon Juice, Yellow Corn and Maple Flavored Bacon Bits are brought together to complete this side dish. Fresh lemon juice and garlic infuse a wonderful flavor into the Red Swiss Chard.

    Recipe #310370

    Whipping up this savory pie is a cinch when you keep frozen puff pastry on hand. Remember to use a very sharp knife to cut the pastry - if the edges of the dough are pressed together, it won't rise evenly.

    Recipe #307253

    A new way to serve spinach! Cook in 6 individual soufflé dishes or one 2 quart casserole.

    Recipe #122605

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