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    des moines sunday register september 8 1963 called for canned peas im going frozen myself

    Recipe #504795

    Broccoli has gotten a bad rap in the diet world. People are just so sick of eating steamed broccoli. Instead of steaming, roast it with some garlic and Parmesan, which give it a new life and take eating it from a chore to a delight. From The Most Decadent Diet Ever cookbook by Devin Alexander, author of The Biggest Loser Cookbook.

    Recipe #453097

    A side dish.Grat for the holidays.

    Recipe #394234

    This is from "Best of African Regional Cooking". It's simple but great. I didn't drain the spinach after cooking; just used it with a small amount of water in the last step

    Recipe #375913

    A typical recipe found at any Tapas Bar. This is flavorful and goes perfectly with good crusty bread and a glass of wine. Be sure and have all your ingredients prepped and ready to go in the pan.

    Recipe #369646

    I adapted this recipe from a book called Cookbook of Foods from Bible Days. The original uses frozen beans and red wine vinegar, and you can, too, if you'd like. It also calls for boiling the beans, but I prefer them steamed. I also leave the pimientos out occasionally. If you want to use dried dill, use 1 teaspoon.

    Recipe #347960

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

    Recipe #343860

    This is so quick and easy and a fantastic way to use up any (unusual in my house!) left over wine. Delish on toast or as a side dish - feel free to use white wine instead or sherry.

    Recipe #325943

    A simple Greek side dish, a nice change from basic rice. Using chicken broth in place of the water adds extra flavor.

    Recipe #308090

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    This is recipe #3 from *Microwave Cooking* by Lorna Rhodes & gets high marks from me because I love the primary ingredients & due to its versatility. It would make a great finger-food appy, starter course or tasty side when served w/beef or chicken. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #264950

    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

    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

    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

    12 Reviews |  By anme

    A yummy carrot side dish that is sure to please!

    Recipe #219823

    This is a simple, tasty side dish.

    Recipe #218901

    This is a different way to prepare green beans instead of just plain old beans. We were pleasantly surprised by the taste, and I would serve it with more of a plain type meat like breaded pork chops, or breaded chicken because it has its own distinctive taste. This came from a 1970's cookbook called "Cooking for Two".

    Recipe #218478

    Beet greens, bok choy, spinach, kale, Swiss chard or any combination of greens can be used in this recipe. The greens can be served as a side dish, or under grilled fish or chicken

    Recipe #216673

    This is a wonderful way to make delicious, tender, vegan collard greens. The smoked sweet paprika in these greens imparts a wonderful smoky flavor without the traditional but decidedly non-kosher and non-vegetarian smoked ham hock. Make sure the paprika you buy is smoked, as the regular kind won't give you that smoky flavor. Whatever you do, don't discard the pot liquor! It is full of the nutrients and flavor that have leached out of the greens during cooking, and makes a very full-bodied and rich broth you can use as a replacement for water when making rice (my favorite), as the base for soups or stews, or in any other savory dish that requires broth or water.

    Recipe #215631

    I always loved the way my mom cooked her green beans and all she did was add bacon so I then I started cooking them the way she did and started adding things to it. I am sure someone else has thought of this recipe but it really is the best green beans to me. I hope you enjoy and please post to let me know what you think.

    Recipe #214583

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A simple side dish from the American Diabetes Association that we intend to try soon.

    Recipe #213754

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