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    This is a great soup with a twist. It makes a great evening meal during fall and winter. It is from the Peach Tree Tea Room Cookbook.

    Recipe #41934

    This recipe is from the August 2003 edition of Southern Living, found in reply to a request.

    Recipe #106777

    I found this wonderful recipe on the internet from a Travel Guide site. The introduction said this particular dish was enjoyed by Bob and Dolores Hope. We think this dish is great!

    Recipe #64148

    I don't remember where I got this, but it's a nice little crip dessert and easy to make.

    Recipe #48394

    Thai Pie uses a brown rice crust for pizza or pie, depending on which baking vessel you choose. It features some pad Thai flavors, such as peanuts, onion and crisp bean sprouts. Be sure to use fresh, not canned, mung bean sprouts for this. If you are really in a hurry, save time with quick-cooking brown rice, which is done in 15-20 minutes instead of the usual 45.

    Recipe #49314

    This dish is terrific for potlucks and can be served either as a side dish or as a vegetarian entree.

    Recipe #40869

    From the cookbook "Specialties of the House". A cookbook from the Kenmore Museum (the nation's oldest museum house) in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Recipe #35746

    This recipe was given to me by a friend in living in Galveston. There is a big Greek community there, and this dish was featured at one of the church pot-luck dinners. It is tasty and quick to make.

    Recipe #36094

    A nice light pasta salad for lunch or patio supper. It goes together in a hurry. Low in calories and fat.

    Recipe #34276

    From Vegetarian Times, here is a new take on the classic Alfredo Sauce with 3 different kinds of mushrooms which makes a light but appetizing sauce. Proof that an appetizing sauce does not have to be a "heart attack on a plate". For a low sodium version, add the juice of 1 lemon to the sauce a few minutes before serving, and omit the salt.

    Recipe #34331

    This makes a wonderful side dish for any cookout, or barbeque, or holiday dinner. It can be prepared one day ahead and refrigerated.

    Recipe #34517

    From the Cafe Beaujolais in northern California, a wonderful and different muffin recipe. From "Morning Food" by Margaret S. Fox and John Bear.

    Recipe #34556

    This pasta dish is just right for summertime with all those wonderful home-grown tomatoes we have access to. Since the sauce is uncooked, choose the best and brightest tomatoes available.

    Recipe #29534

    This is a very good pasta dish. The sauce has the texture of Alfredo sauce, minus the cream, butter, eggs and cheese and is very tasty to boot. You can make the sauce in the time it takes to cook the pasta. You can even toss in your favorite seasonal vegetables, like broccoli, green beans, spinach, or asparagus before adding the sauce.

    Recipe #29814

    These are wonderful little muffins. I could never pass these little gems up. Courtesy of the Abilene, Texas Country Club.

    Recipe #29835

    Another Southern dish, but this is a make-ahead for a crowd. Perfect for your brunch or breakfast.

    Recipe #28337

    This macaroni and cheese is more of a custard type. My family has been using this recipe for a long, long time.

    Recipe #26425

    The sophisticated combination of cardamom, cilantro, papaya and chopped peanuts make this into an exotic side dish or light lunch dish. From Betty Crocker's New Choices For Pasta, Grains and Beans cookbook.

    Recipe #24141

    A great summer pasta dish. The Feta cheese is a wonderful match for the tomatoes, and the heat of the spaghetti and garlic oil makes the cheese soft. This is a recipe you can change to your own likes. Try using Mozzarella instead of Feta, or using fresh basil, or fresh herbs instead of parsley.

    Recipe #24383

    Cream cheese melts in the heat of the pasta to form the sauce. The fresh spinach gives it a delicate flavor. Serve it with some warm garlic bread and salad.

    Recipe #24417

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