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    States include Conneticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont.
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    Sicilians like their escarole sauteed with lots of olive oil and served with chewy bread to sop up the juices. This is a grilled adaptation of that idea! This is so good! It won't keep too long because of the greens, so eat it up! That won't be hard! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #188230

    This pizza lives up to it's name, it's ready in under 30 minutes! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #188538

    Be sure to use really cold milk for this classic fountain treat! And don't overmix to get the perfect slushy thick texture! Adapted from cooking.com.

    Recipe #189448

    Pears are now used in all aspects of cooking. Try this salad that's made exciting with pears and a delicious Asian dressing! Adapted from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #189833

    Pears roasted in salt, drizzled with caramel sauce. Sounds lovely, doesn't it? Adapted from Martha Stewart magazine.

    Recipe #190273

    Pears and walnuts pair up so well together! Anjou or Bartlett pears work well for this recipe. Adapted from Cooking Light magazine(Jan/2006). Enjoy!

    Recipe #190684

    These are baked in individual ramekins and eaten from the dish with a spoon. Mmmm good! Adapted from Cooking Light(Jan/2006)

    Recipe #190934

    Easy to make and delicious on toasted French bread or Morrocan flatbread, sandwiches too! Adapted from Party Line with the Hearty Boys.

    Recipe #190952

    I often make this for my husband, who loves his hot cereal in the morning! One morning I was out of cream of wheat cereal, so came up with this! I hope you enjoy it! This is also good added to cream of wheat. You may also add chopped or sliced fruit(banana, peaches, apples, etc.), dried fruit(raisins, craisins, figs, dates, etc.) or other spices(nutmeg, cardamom, mace, etc.). I add a teaspoonful of ground flaxseed to mine sometimes.

    Recipe #191393

    Irish because it has green avocado chopped and gently mixed into the potato, along withsour cream and cheese, topped with guacamole!

    Recipe #192018

    Originally called the Ploughman's Sandwich, I have changed this to a vegetarian sandwich by leaving out 5 oz. corned beef. Feel free to add it if you want to! The original recipe also called for Irish cheddar cheese to be soaked in Guinness beer for 2 hours. Hmmm. This is supposed to be one serving! I'm calling it two servings! Adapted from the Haas Avocado Board.

    Recipe #192305

    A recipe the you will have fun with! This will also make a good treat for Halloween! Adapted from Cooks Recipes.

    Recipe #192364

    This is so yummy! Great for Christmas dessert! Adapted from Cathy Leslie's (Cat to her friends) CD, via Chef2Chef!

    Recipe #193166

    From the cookbook The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes this is a lovely full flavored dish that will greet you after slaving all day in the kitchen(the crockpot, not you)! This is a native American dish.

    Recipe #193213

    A really tasty side dish! I love garlic and pine nuts, and broccoli too, so this is a winner with me! This recipe comes from Anna Teresa Callen, an Italian cook.

    Recipe #193653

    So tasty and low in salt. Try this as a topping to add a little crunch and flavor to a casserole or some veggies! this would also make a great gift! Adapted from Low Sodium Cooking.

    Recipe #194760

    A wonderful recipe to go with your holiday feast, this is adapted from Bon Appetite(1997). Such a lovely presentation too! This can also be a main dish to serve 4.

    Recipe #195644

    Another great way to use up that leftover turkey! Good stuff!

    Recipe #195795

    Use real maple syrup for a salad that you will love! Adapted from The Essential Eating Well Cookbook.

    Recipe #196876

    A kicked up chutney with some zing! Enjoy! Adaped from Cooking with Onions-Favorite Recipes.

    Recipe #196952

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