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    This is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like I do, you'll enjoy this. The basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. Serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)

    Recipe #460064

    Adapted from Sandra Lee, I have changed it to make it vegetarian.This is good, even using water to cook the rice.

    Recipe #460063

    This is Japan's answer to McDonald's special sauce. Is this what you get with your sushi at a Japanese restaurant? If not, it shoud be! Adapted from Joni Marie. She has some great and creative recipes.

    Recipe #459985

    I have made some changes to the original recipe to my taste. I hope you enjoy! Serve with tortilla chips and salsa or guacamole, or with spanish rice and beans. To garnish you could use sour cream, peppers, onions, etc. Inspired by jonimarie.

    Recipe #459926

    A good eggless tofu salad that is great in sandwiches or on it's own in a lettuce cup. Trader Joe's sells a good vegan mayonnaise, or you could use a soy yogurt but it will be more tangy. The nutritional yeast gives it a cheesy flavor. Another great recipe from Just the Food.

    Recipe #459913

    You can make this from scratch, or better yet, use leftovers. A friend of Joni Newman named Jen said if she could pack an entire Thanksgiving dinner into a burger, she would be in heaven. So this is what Joni came up with and Jen loved it! So here you go, enjoy! Adapted from Joni's website,

    Recipe #459894

    Got a craving for brats but don't eat meat anymore or just want something more healthy? The brats have saur kraut in them and when you put them in a bun add more with mustard to make a great sandwich! Thanks to Joni Marie Newman for the recipe. Joni, you have great recipes. Check out her

    Recipe #459892

    Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, from her show Sandra's Money Saving MealsEpisode: Perfect Pasta. Yum, orange and basil!

    Recipe #459886

    Delicious on it's own, this vegan slaw really dresses up Sweet Potato Po' Boys. A simple slaw, made wonderful with a yummy peppercorn dressing. Another wonderful recipe from Joni Marie Newman. Check her out:

    Recipe #459779

    This may sound a little wierd, but what a great sandwich it makes! Sweet potato slices, breaded and fried, slathered with Fennel marmalade, then piled high with Sweet peppercorn slaw, and served with aioli! So worth the effort. A short history: Bennie and Clovis Martin left their Raceland, Louisiana, home in the Acadiana region in the mid-1910s for New Orleans. Both worked as streetcar conductors until they opened Martin Brothers' Coffee Stand and Restaurant in the French Market in 1922. The years they had spent working as streetcar operators and members of the street railway employees' union would eventually lead to their hole-in-the-wall coffee stand becoming the birthplace of the poor boy sandwich.Sometimes I can't find fennel, so just use 1 more small onion and add about 1/4-1/2 tsp. fennel seeds. Adapted from Joni Marie Newman. Thank you Joni! You have wonderful recipes!

    Recipe #459778

    This is from chef Sheri Clark of Dish restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia via Southern Living magazine. Savory, crunchy puffs of corn, these are irresistible! The herb flavored oil needs to steep 48 hrs., so make a few days before you make the popcorn. Use the leftover herb flavored oil in salad dressings, marinades, sauces, or as a condiment with French bread. I have also put in a variation for Asian popcorn.

    Recipe #459313

    This is quick and easy and very festive to make just before a party or picnic. For ultimate freshness, prepare this treat right before serving. Present it with toothpicks for spearing the fruit and a bowl of your favorite dip, if desired. One variation is to cook crescent rolls in a 8" by 13" pan, covered with cream cheese, then topped with the fruit. Another used a white tray, and this would be good on a 8" by 13" cake too. Feel free to use your imagination!To see what this looks like go to

    Recipe #459273

    I used some coconut milk and looking for some recipes to use the rest of it up, came across this easy and so smooth and delicious smoothie from Thai Kitchen.

    Recipe #459196

    The chefs at Gourmet Alley in Gilroy California, famous for their garlic festival every year have shared some of their best recipes, via Country Living magazine(July 1987). I have tweaked this just slightly. Enjoy!

    Recipe #459143

    Serve with any of the traditional take-out sides. Chow mein, sweet and sour tofu, won tons, etc. The sauce is great and the burgers are too! Oh my goodness, when I saw the photo I knew I had to make it. Adapted from Joni Marie Newman. You can see step by step directions on Joni's blog,

    Recipe #459030

    Buffalo wings were created in Buffalo, New York. One story goes, buffalo wings were first prepared at the Anchor Bar by Teressa Belissimo, who owned the bar along with her husband Frank. Upon the unannounced, late-night arrival of their son, Dominic, with several of his friends from college, Teressa needed a fast and easy snack to present to her hungry guests. It was then that she came up with the idea of deep frying chicken wings (normally thrown away or reserved for stock) and tossing them in cayenne hot sauce. This vegan version has all the taste of the original version, but not the meat. Adapted from Joni Marie Newman, a great game snack! Joni has some great recipes!

    Recipe #458965

    Found on a restaurant site, this looks really good!

    Recipe #458446

    I saw pitmaster Joseph Realmuto from Townline Barbeque in Sagaponack, NY, make this on the Barefoot Contessa show Get Grilling, and it looked mighty good. I'm putting here for safekeeping. I have halved the original recipe(the original recipe makes 4 quarts). Great on everytning! Enjoy! I use this on corn and toful and veggies. One reviewer says he freezes the sauce in plastic container, and it doesn't freeze solid, so he can spoon out the amount he wants. Cool. I have also included amounts for quartering the recipe to make 1 quart.

    Recipe #458190

    I found this on another site and tweeked it just a little, adding lemon juice. Great with a holiday meal, or any weeknight is great too.

    Recipe #457784

    This is a combination of two recipes. One from Food and the other from the Spice House, said to found in a cooking magazine from the 1970's. :) You can easily cut this recipe in half or even quarter it if you like. I usually use larger amount of spices for more flavor. To give this seasoning a little kick, add 1-3 tsp. ground red chili peppers(or ground red pepper flakes).

    Recipe #457550

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