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    These are just like my mom used to make. They smell really good while they cook. Goes great with chicken and mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #187795

    This is a yummy way to eat spinach - even my kids will eat it. It is adapted from the "Fix it & Forget it" cookbook.

    Recipe #198470

    If you are a spinach lover, you should love this! This is a great side dish especially good with a holiday meal. You can prepare it all in advance and refrigerate until you are ready to turn the crock pot on. Leftovers are great, too.

    Recipe #244413

    This is an adaptation from my Grandma Smith's green beans. Green Beans are not crips but full of flavor. Grandma used her own home canned green beans, and cooked all day on the stove. I use canned beans when I can't get fresh. But I like the crock pot for cooking, using less energy.

    Recipe #318921

    These wonderful pakoras were served at an Indian themed dinner party.

    Recipe #343860

    1 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    Our family loves Brussels sprouts and are always looking for new ways to serve them. I found this on a website and made some adjustments and it has become a favorite.

    Recipe #16510

    If you're looking for an update to the classic green bean casserole, this is it. It's very fresh tasting. Adapted from a Penzey's spice catalog from several years ago. The cooking sherry is optional, but it really adds to the flavor.

    Recipe #194688

    This can be made a variety of ways. You can omit the bow tie pasta and just have the veggies and or add/delete as desired. I think I like it so well because it's somewhat sweet. Feel free to improvise as needed for taste.

    Recipe #254239

    3 Reviews |  By Fauve

    In a hurry? Quick! Here's a great-tasting side dish that is short on time, big on taste!

    Recipe #46777

    These mushrooms brown and develop their flavor because they are cooked over high heat. From Sunset Magazine. Prep and cook times are estimates.

    Recipe #203042

    We love Swiss chard. I have been making white swiss chard like this for years. My Daughter-in-laws Italian Mother use to make her swiss chard like this, that is how I came by this recipe. The white broad stem swiss chard works best.

    Recipe #233232

    The dish is a nice and easy change from the norm, and quite different from some of the other broccoli recipes I have seen here. Try it, you might like it as much as we do! Due to a great suggestion from a reviewer, I have added toasting the sesame seeds, a marvelous idea! Also, PLEASE don't substitute the sesame oil as one review did here, you loose the entire flavor of this great dish! This is an adopted recipe and the above comments were made before I inherited it. Now having made this dish, I can concurr: it's a sesame oil that turns your head and gets your taste buds going in this recipe, and toasting the seeds also adds fuller flavour. I'm delighted to have adopted this recipe and will be making it often:) I hope that you will enjoy it too!

    Recipe #139885

    Recipe #217154

    This comes from a Mennonite Church cook book. It is simple but good and what I usually make when I get the tomato soup urge. I use commercial canned tomato juice and I do not add the salt because it has sufficient sodium.

    Recipe #130615

    9 Reviews |  By Andre!

    Ever had this comfort soup in a restaurant? Tomatoes, onions and pasta--always a winning combination. This recipe is simple, affordable and fat free. Grandma made this popular homemade tomato soup in our family restaurant back in the 50's. Experiment with rice, parsley, leftovers, herbs, celery leaves, cheese or diced tomatoes. This recipe is better reheated and easy to double or triple!

    Recipe #115199

    Canadians love Tim Horton's and my daughter loves Tim Horton's Tomato Florentine Rice soup. This is my own "copycat" recipe and even if you've never had the real thing, I know that you will enjoy this soup!!

    Recipe #58283

    This recipe is from Foodtv. It is so simple, yet delicious, it is great for those nights you don't really feel like cooking. It's great with grilled cheese!

    Recipe #38517

    A shockingly great appetizer or side dish. A friend of mine shared the original recipe with me and I tweaked it. If you like a good grilled steak, this is the perfect side dish and quite easy to prepare.

    Recipe #143882

    42 Reviews |  By BeckyF

    Fresh green broccoli with Parmesan cheese is a treat you will not soon forget. I know it is simple but sometimes we have to be reminded of the simple recipes

    Recipe #17402

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