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    A cookbook with vegetarian and vegan selections. I go meatless once or twice a week, and these are what I like to choose from.
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    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    A slightly naughty but nice way with this veggie, which can be bland. This is delicious as snack, side dish, and especially to serve with hamburgers instead of french fries! Always make more than you think will be eaten, because it's always a hit! Here, I give quantities, but it's approximate. So is the time required. It's no problem slicing the zucchini earlier in the day and keeping it, covered, in a bowl, until needed. It absorbs very little oil and no deep oil cooking is required. Have some flaky sea salt handy ...

    Recipe #254777

    5 Reviews |  By Tante B

    I love this recipe for the simple reason that everyone in my family loves it. My 10 year old smells it baking before he's entered the apartment & his first words are "Thank you Mommy" - my 15 year old gets home & automatically says he's not hungry- the next question is, how much did I make, can one of his friends also eat over.

    Recipe #87041

    This is so easy and so delicious. I love cream cheese and strawberries, so when I saw this I had to try it. Instead of using store-bought jelly, I had made some sugar-free strawberry freezer jam earlier and that's what I used. Deeelightful! This would be great for a tea party or just a bunch of gals getting together to chat.

    Recipe #181511

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Preserving grape leaves to stuff with any mixture you desire using your own fresh young grape leaves.The grape leaves should be picked in the spring and remove the tough stem.

    Recipe #84478

    From SELF magazine. This is credited to Chef Nadine Barner, who supposedly has served these at Gwyneth Paltrow's parties.

    Recipe #188600

    great on a crusty roll with minty mayo. Mmm hungry typing this!

    Recipe #183233

    A superfood meal. High in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Low in fat. A one dish meal and 30 minutes to make. Use Castelli cheese if you are veggie, otherwise use the Grana Padano. Jazz it up by adding some fried chopped bacon or replace the mushrooms with halved cherry toms.

    Recipe #183243

    This is pretty easy to make and real good to eat if you like asparagus and mushrooms.

    Recipe #183264

    A recipe given to me by an ex-boyfriend of a good friend, hence the name. Super cheap, easy and vegetarian. If you need to feed an army, it's easy to double.

    Recipe #183285

    I got this from Better Homes and Gardens. A delicious way to eat tofu!

    Recipe #91097

    This falls under the category: Amazing What a Great Recipe Can Be Produced from Such Humble Ingredients. It's quick and so easy to make too. This is another recipe from my favorite (award-winning) midwestern cookbook "Hollyhocks and Radishes." If you'd prefer, substitute sour cream for the yogurt, but IMHO it tastes just as good, and it's much lower in fat! (Note that this comes from a cookbook from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, which is technically in Canada, so I'm submitting this for Zaar World Tour Canadian recipes.)

    Recipe #113023

    Another wonderful recipe from my favorite award-winning cookbook and a great way to create a colorful and tasty concoction while using up some of your fresh garden vegetables. Nice vegetarian main meal for two or side dish for four. Be sure to use a shallow casserole so vegetables are tender in allotted time. Note that this may be prepared a couple of hours ahead, up to last cooking interval, if left at room temperature. (This recipe comes from a cookbook of the UP area of Michigan, which could be construed as Canada, so I'm submitting this for Zaar World Tour Canadian recipes.)

    Recipe #123402

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. An easy Australian snack that can be served anytime, but is usually part of morning or afternoon tea. It would also work well for breakfast or lunch or a casual party appetizer (like a football game). I've substituted veggie bacon and low-fat cheddar for regular but you can use regular if you prefer. It has an interesting ingredient, relish, that gave it a unique taste. Found it on the internet at an Australian recipe site. No. of servings assume 2 slices of bread per person.

    Recipe #134761

    From Peter Meltzer and Mark DiGiulio of Restaurant Quatorze in New York City. A make ahead recipe for special occasions like Valentine's day for your sweetie who loves chocolate. Preparation time is approximate and does not include 8 hour refrigeration period.

    Recipe #156267

    Never have I had carrots that tasted as good as this! Spices and carrot juice make this recipe. If you try it, I hope you enjoy as much as we did. BF found this recipe from a recent edition of Country Home magazine. You can either buy carrot juice or make it yourself if you have a juicer.

    Recipe #162184

    This looked interesting, and I am posting here for safekeeping. Will update description when I try it. Good thing about it is that it offers substitutes for hard-to-find Asian ingredients. A recipe by Haryumi Kurihara, the "empress of Japanese domesticity" based on an article I cut out of the NY Times.

    Recipe #167612

    These are from Belyrussia, and quite easy to make. I love fritters, and I love potatoes and mushrooms.

    Recipe #169361

    Soft n' Spicy cookies (more like little zucchini cakes actually) the spices are nice and warming, don't be afraid to adjust the spice to personal preference! Enjoy!

    Recipe #169482

    I had mushrooms, I had spinach, I had gorgonzola cheese, I needed an appetizer... This was the result! (DH didn't like it, but everyone else did!)

    Recipe #169593

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