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    Greens with Envy

    It is no secret I like greens-especially SPINACH! Photo compliments of Rita L.
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    You add the protein of your choice to this rice dish: steak, chicken, seasoned cooked tofu, tempeh, etc. Original recipe has barley and quinoa but I've subbed brown rice, millet or bulgur. Please feel free to add other veggies: carrots, cauliflower, fresh green beans, etc. The restaurant offers two topping options: cilantro pesto sauce or mushroom sauce.

    Recipe #143418

    It really doesn't get much easier than this. White balsamic vinegar is available at Trader Joe's. From Bon Appetit January 2006. Trader Joe's sells good quality imported Parmesan cheese, too!

    Recipe #147976

    My husband and I caught the Emeril Live cooking show on Food Network over at Mom's last night and I wanted to find this recipe before it was lost forever. I haven't tested it yet, but I KNOW it's good! This salad adds a splash of color to your dining table!

    Recipe #144180

    From Bon Appetit January 2006. The walnuts are actually "candied" with sugar and vinegar for an interesting take on traditional candied nuts. Use the freshest green beans (haricots verts) you can find or good quality frozen green beans.

    Recipe #148102

    From Cuisine at Home. I can't abide frozen spinach, so baby spinach leaves fit the role nicely. Cut down on the fat content by using lower fat milk instead of cream. A brief history of boursin, compliments of www.cheese.com: "Boursin is a modern, creamy, fresh cheese of cylindrical shape without rind. It is made with garlic and herbs or even black pepper. It is a soft industrial cheese with no affinage (maturity/aging process). The cheese was founded by Monsier Boursin in 1957. It has a rich, sweet flavor with a hint of acidity." Update: I discovered recently that there is a posted boursin cheese recipe on this site. I have not tried it.

    Recipe #151227

    From Fitness Magazine, February 2006. A little bit different variation on traditional vinaigrettes.

    Recipe #151938

    If you can buy baby bok choy, please do give a try. We much prefer the flavor of baby bok choy to standard boy choy which to our palates at least is quite bitter and too strong tasting. Omit the Thai pepper and replace with milder chile or freshly ground black pepper for less spicy version. A CG Original.

    Recipe #153255

    Chicken and almonds are another match made in Heaven-(St. Francis may disagree....) From our local newspaper, source unknown unfortunately. Use fresh ingredients. Good use of leftover chicken.

    Recipe #154218

    From the back label of a package of Trader Joe's brand organic herb salad mixed greens. If you cannot find herb salad mixed greens, simply use any loose leaf lettuce or mixed greens and add about two to three tablespoons each fresh parsley, dill and cilantro. In a previous life I was a rabbit.

    Recipe #155327

    I have to take advantage of the wonderful hazelnuts grown in Oregon. This salad recipe always hits the spot. Substitute tangerines or navel oranges for the mandarin oranges if you wish. From oregonhazelnuts.org.

    Recipe #157721

    From 7-Color Cuisine by Marcia Zimmerman as printed in our local grocery store flyer. Wilted spinach is what you're aiming for-not cooked. Watch the steaming process diligently!

    Recipe #158533

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