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    This is a vegetarian recipe I've come up with, simply because I usually don't have the salt pork or hamhock traditionally included on hand. It's still got plenty of flavor!

    Recipe #69475

    Ratatouille is usually a savoury vegetable stew cooked on top-of-the-stove ... but roasting in the oven intensifies the flavours. For a main course, serve this with salad and crusty bread. (I enjoy it on top of shredded lettuce with a dollop of yogurt cheese.) The recipe comes from Bonnie Stern's MORE HEARTSMART COOKING.

    Recipe #75508

    I prefer a good portabella mushroom sandwich to a typical veggie burger anyday, and this one is excellent. It's juicy, garlicky and cheesy, and really quick. Try it on the grill in the summer, on grilled French bread with garden-fresh tomato ... mmmmmmm! Prep time includes marinating mushrooms.

    Recipe #86808

    This recipe was taken from the Spring 2008 edition of "Clean Eating" magazine, a relatively new publication that we came across. It is very healthful, and fresh-tasting - an ideal way to celebrate the arrival of spring! When we made it, we used a whole bunch of asparagus and omitted the green beans for the sake of convenience.

    Recipe #298154

    I know the title seems somewhat bizarre, but the slight "hint" of semi-sweet chocolate gives this vegetarian chili a real depth of flavor. It reminds me somewhat of a sweet, yet spicy mole sauce. This recipe was adapted from one I found in the "Moosewood Restaurant Celebrates" cookbook.

    Recipe #89066

    Thanks to the one who shared this with me!

    Recipe #10653

    A healthy and delicious chili that my boyfriend created to help us get through the cold weather here in Toronto. It happens to be vegan, but could also be adapted to include meat. This recipe fits nicely into our student budget, but doesn't taste like it!

    Recipe #267939

    This simple-to-make quiche is great for a simple dinner or lunch with green salad. Recipe was adapted from Bon Appetit (January 1981).

    Recipe #56836

    My family lives on the border of Switzerland in France, and this recipe has been with them forever. I believe it to be a true Swiss Fondue recipe, and wanted to post it for those desiring an authentic taste. In searching the other recipes on Zaar, I was absolutely horrified by some of the ingredients... mustard, worcesterchire sauce, blue cheese!! I hope you enjoy this treasured recipe and the good times that it brings. Please note, that you may not be able to find Appenzeller cheese. You may substitute it by adding larger quantities of Gruyere and/or Emmentaler. Jarlsberg is a bit more mild and won't have the same punch that the others do. ***The formula is: 1/2 lb cheese per person, 1/4 cup of wine per person, 1 clove of garlic per person. Adjust accordingly for larger or smaller dinner parties. This recipe will serve 4. The cheese measurements are flexible and can go up or down by a few ounces or so... you don't need to be exact, but just follow the formula to be: Larger portion of Gruyere and Emmentaler, Smaller portion of Jarlsberg, and Smallest portion of Appenzeller. When purchasing the cheeses, remember that the rind will be cut off and will reduce the amounts of usable cheese by several ounces, so plan to buy a bit larger block of each.

    Recipe #260952

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