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    Boulanee is a vegan flat-bread from Afghanistan baked or fried with a vegetable filling. It is usually served as an appetizer, side-dish, or main dish.

    Recipe #500048

    Recipe #447172

    Great, healthy and flavorful lunch, light dinner or side! Good warm or cold - your pick!

    Recipe #444191

    Adapted from Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook.

    Recipe #447261

    So, I'm kind of a picky eater and while I like a lot of spices and cusines, there are quite a few basic ingredients out there I can't stand, three being: swiss cheese, mushrooms and...egg. So why in the world would I post this recipe? Only because it completely knocked my socks off! Somehow when you combine all those yucky ingredients in this magical way it turns into the most delicious brunch...or lunch...or dinner ever! Enjoy!

    Recipe #434271

    This is one of my favorite pasta dishes. It is somehow light and healthy tasting while still satisfying the part of me that wants something rich and creamy. I use tomatos, broccoli and peas (my favorite veggies) but I'm sure it would be just as successful with other spring-time vegetables!

    Recipe #441012

    Inspired by Trader Joe's

    Recipe #485082

    This recipe comes from an Ocean Mist Farms card that my mom saved for years without trying before I discovered it. Enjoy as it is or scoop out the fuzzy choke center to use the baked artichoke as an edible bowl filled with stew or dip.

    Recipe #450466

    Ahhh i got this from my boss when she has us all over for dinner - SOOOO divine! and SOOOO easy! If you love chocolate, you will love this. Just make sure you have some vanilla ice cream to serve with it!

    Recipe #419128

    I know there are a bunch of other recipes out there but I think this one has the best balance of flavors! Using Greek yogurt makes this.

    Recipe #491596

    Recipe #462195

    I missed this bread pudding so much when I left college - famous in my dining hall. Scripps just posted the recipe much to my delight! So good my college friends actually request this for their birthday. I especially love this with challah

    Recipe #495553

    Passed along to me by a family friend. This is equally good but very different with goat cheese or cheddar cheese.

    Recipe #465165

    Great way to use up bunches of spinach. Amazingly creamy without the cream. From Perry's Plate

    Recipe #484712

    From It's What's for Dinner. So delicious. This sauce is addicting. For a vegetarian version, substitute black beans for the chicken and vegetable for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #488703

    a twist on an old favorite

    Recipe #490855

    Hahah my friend gave me this recipe and in lack of any other name, she put this as the email subject line. Works for me :) Just a fair warning: make sure you like goat cheese before making this recipe as it is definitely the predominate taste.

    Recipe #444012

    These are very gooey, thick and rich treats with a dark chocolate layer on the top to put you over the edge! When I made this, the flavor and texture was spot-on but the bars were a little thin. I doubled all of the ingredients (not including the choco layer) here for a thicker bar. Choose whichever way works best for you.

    Recipe #453112

    Not your Momma's motzah ball soup. Instead of a clear broth, it's full of vegetables. Purists will scowl, tummies go yum. People request this when they come to visit me from out of town. You can use vegetables like green beans, bok choy, and mushrooms. Experience has taught me not to use broccoli, peas, or cabbage. A small amount of spinach is good too, but not stronger greens. Don't forget the turnip and the celery leaves. They are the key to delicious soup.

    Recipe #211908

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