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    I have so many recipes I want to try! These are ones I want to try very soon. This cookbook will change or/and be added to regularly.
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    This is without a doubt the best Blue Cheese Dressing. PLEASE follow the directions. Simple to make & lasts for about 2 weeks in the fridge. If you find you have a small amount left add bit more mayo & a bit more sour cream to the original base & sit overnight again & it is still delicious.

    Recipe #462427

    Until I made this recipe from Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, I never knew that you could caramelize zucchini. This was so good. Even my family members who do not like zucchini ate this.

    Recipe #461127

    I experimented one day and came up with this. Hubby said, "Yes!" and I liked it too. Now it is a regular at our summer table. Feel free to vary ingredients to your families preferences.

    Recipe #461271

    Unsure of where I tracked this down, but I modified it to suit my tastebuds

    Recipe #461484

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    My sister's name is Susan and she'd love this salad. It is delicously flavorful and colorful! I found this while surfing for a request --

    Recipe #244365

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Subway makes a mean Veggie Delite, but you don't have to hop in the car and fork over $5 for a saliva-worthy sandwich. I almost always have all the ingredients on hand so I make these all the time, and it's definitely cheaper than going out in the long run.

    Recipe #394122

    I love the fact I just scoop these into a muffin tin and put them in the oven: no frying in tons of oil, no flipping and worrying about them falling part. Also, pretty cheap since this recipe is for canned salmon, which I always have on hand. A friend of mine found these on the Taste of Home website (published in Healthy Cooking February/March 2010, p53), and sent them to me after she raved about them. A simple and healthy entree that goes great with steamed veggies and some rice. One serving is 2 muffins.

    Recipe #460519

    This recipe is from Mario’s latest book Molto Gusto.

    Recipe #460465

    This is a typical Italian way of preparing vegetables, but Mario first had it in a little restaurant called La Capannina on the Isle of Capri, and so he thinks of it as Capri-style. The vegetables listed here are merely guidelines, use whatever is fresher and seasonal. Recipe is from Mario Batali's cookbook, "Italian Grill".

    Recipe #460463

    1 Reviews |  By marggie

    Recipe taken from "Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book". I have not tried this recipe... it is vegetarian and has eggplant! Yummm :) Cooking time includes prep time.

    Recipe #386018

    I am Torgo. The Master's unnatural vegan bender has forced me to become more creative. This recipe is great for Torgogna (see my other recipes) but could work wherever ricotta desires abound.

    Recipe #389161

    From the Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. The recipe says, "This spread offers a very rich and creamy alternative to commercial mayonnaise. It's also great for soy-sensitive children and adults as most prepared mayonnase substitutes are tofu based." This recipe is untried by me so far.

    Recipe #320032

    This is a little sweet, a little sour and a lot of spicy goodness. I came up with this recipe for my mother-in-law, a vegetarian who doesn't like tofu; but its based on a traditional Cajun BBQ sauce and a technique from "The Art of Tofu." The BBQ "shrimp" make a great appetizer when served with garlic bread for sucking up the sauce or as main-dish with some rice or mashed potatoes. The real trick to this is the tofu. It has to be the Japanese-Style silken tofu, which comes in the shelf-stable aseptic box. And it has to be frozen at least overnight. Prep time doesn't include freeze time or thaw time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314268

    This recipe was given to me from my girlfiend's mom and it's quite possibly the best salad I've ever eaten. We make it for all of our family get togethers now and it's a hit every single time. I typically use 2 cups of Hellman's Mayo but the original recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups.

    Recipe #459089

    1001 Low Fat Vegetarian

    Recipe #458778

    Recipe #458630

    Fried Cheese Sandwiches

    Recipe #458687

    I'm saving this on 'Zaar...a dijon viniagrette suited to our tastes. Serve on a bed of greens w/ sliced cherry tomatoes,shredded carrots,thinly sliced red onions, sliced red pepper, and dried cranberries. To save time, I sometimes pick up a package of fresh salad fixins' from the store.

    Recipe #458627

    Especially in deli-style diners, potato salad is a staple accompaniment to sandwiches. It has been a regular feature on the American table since the 19th century. If you can find tiny new potatoes, by all means use them; otherwise, any red potato 2 inches (5 cm) or less in diameter will work fine.

    Recipe #458639

    This is a cold and refreshing, sweet and tart GREEN smoothie. I demonstrate Vitamix blenders using this, and I drink it on a regular basis at home. The spinach can be replaced with one large leaf of kale without the stem (the vitamix can handle it but it is bitter).

    Recipe #458654

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