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Found this on another website. I've made it a few times and it's wonderful! Very easy and refreshing. I usually double this recipe.

Recipe #195679

From Vegetarian Times. "This warm apple dessert is so good--and comes together so fast--you'll want to make it all fall."

Recipe #212145

This is an easy, elegant and yummy pasta recipe. It has a mild flavor. It is my husbands favorite.

Recipe #201386

Submitted for RSC #9. This whole recipe was a new experience for me...I was so happy it worked out! I made it as a last effort for the contest after 2 failed recipes. I knew what fresh Asian flavors I liked together so that is what inspired the meatballs. I was impressed with how flavorful they turned out! They did end up a little hot so feel free to cut down on the peppers. I loved the rice noodles so much that they will be come a regular quick meal in my home. I love the suggestions from reviewers to bake the meatballs. Why didn't I think of that? I do think the sesame oil is a very important flavor enhancer for the noodles. Thanks to everyone who tried this for the contest!

Recipe #211600

From: "Complete Home Bartender's Guide" by Salvatore Calabrese. "A balanced version based on the classic Teeny Weeny Woo-Woo of the 1980's."

Recipe #255324

This recipe is from the "Very Vegetarian Cookbook". Very beautiful and flavorful appetizer for the holidays or any get together. Really pretty on blue dishes.

Recipe #196314

From: "The Vegetarian Epicure" by Anna Thomas, first edition 1972. This book was a real find! You may want to add a touch of orange, lemon or lime juice to the mashed banana.

Recipe #283564

I got this easy recipe from one of my aunts at my bridal shower.

Recipe #233151

These are a wonderful thin, crispy, nutty oatmeal cookie. The recipe is from The California Heritage Cookbook.

Recipe #201090

Adapted from: "Vegetable Soups from Deborah Madison's Kitchen". "A homey Sunday-night sort of soup that makes no pretensions to being hoppin' John or any other southern dish but simply a bowl of delicious nourishment. I've found that frozen black-eyed peas take as long to cook as dried ones that have been soaked--a good hour and a half. Brown butter mixed with roasted sesame oil has a vaguely meaty flavor, which isn't detectable as either butter or sesame." "Smoked Spanish paprika stands in for the smoky flavor of bacon or ham."

Recipe #254679

The simplest of puddings & most healthful. Elegant served with blackberries &/or syrup. Eaten in the classic novel "Little Women".

Recipe #195524

I love this recipe's name! From "Mr. Boston All-New Official Bartender's and Party Guide". Great book!

Recipe #265892

From: "Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way" by Lorna Sass. Adapted from a Jewish dessert. "It is a Sephardic pudding (alternately called prehito, moustrahana, and belila) that is common among the Jews of Turkey, who serve it to celebrate the fall holiday of Sukkot." "This dessert cooks in a flash and can be served warm or chilled. Leftovers make a delicious breakfast."

Recipe #256262

Made this up tonight. I compared some recipes and then used what I had. Turned out very tasty! Bet it would be good vegetarian too. Great served with herbed croutons and shredded Parmesan cheese!

Recipe #196766

From: "Classic Vegetarian Cooking from the Middle East & North Africa"-Arabian Gulf. This is the BEST fruit salad my husband or I have ever tried! It's easy, healthy, refreshing and WONDERFUL. You have to like cardamom to really appreciate it though. You may find yourself doubling the sauce in the future because you want to drink it up. I don't repeat very many recipes because there are too many new ones to try but this one is repeated over and over during cantaloupe season. I'm sure it would work with other fruits as well but I like this combo so much I haven't experimented.

Recipe #379158

From: "The Vegetarian Epicure" by Anna Thomas, first edition 1972. This book was a real find! No potatoes.

Recipe #283560

This is another recipe from "The Philippine Cookbook". I made this recently for my husbands Filipino birthday dinner. I used cubed boneless skinless chicken breasts. I just cooked it in the pot until the sauce was reduced. I didn't bother with the broiler. I also used white vinegar as I don't care for apple cider vinegar. It was great! I might try it in the crockpot next time.

Recipe #196306

This is the way my Mom has been making enchiladas my whole life. She got the basic recipe from neighbors when she was a teenager. They are made with flour tortillas instead of corn and get a pasty texture which we enjoy. We always eat this with Recipe#195501 for a nice unhealthy comfort food meal. My Mom has also frozen these alongside the rice chile verde in aluminum containers...they bake up great in the oven!

Recipe #233148

This is from Cooking Light magazine. This simple chicken salad is zesty with the flavors of mint, feta cheese, and lemon juice. It's great as is and also good served in a pita or on a bed of greens.

Recipe #219709

I compiled some recipes and then played with it some more and ended up with this. My husband says it has a zing to it. It's hot but not too hot, I can't handle it too hot. Feel free to play and make your own concoction... vegetarian...ground turkey...soy sauce...just have fun!

Recipe #196553

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