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    Is it pureed cauliflower or garlic mashed potatoes? First time out, my wife couldn't tell it wasn't potato until I told her...

    Recipe #188918

    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From Cooking Light, 1995.

    Recipe #196930

    24 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    There was once a cafeteria in Texas called Wyatts Cafeteria. DH's family would go there after church on Sunday and his mother would get baked eggplant. For years she tried to copy the recipe and came very close. The original recipe was published in the local paper several years ago. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #101967

    Great side item! Nice and flavorful! We enjoy thicker sliced 'shrooms to give you that full 'shroom flavor.

    Recipe #49929

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I thought this sounded great for my family as my dh loves brussels sprouts and my sons like carrots--this way everyone is happy! Recipe source: Bon Appetit (November 2006)

    Recipe #196595

    9 Reviews |  By Ingy

    What a perfect flavor combination - savory and sweet! I made this for Thanksgiving last year and it was amazing! Recipe from Everyday Food magazine.

    Recipe #184255

    This is our favorite veggie recipe for Thanksgiving. Please try and I swear, even the Brussels Sprouts haters will thank you!

    Recipe #196376

    We had this for Thanksgiving 2005 . It was wonderful!

    Recipe #196404

    This is a Tex-Mex side dish that is similar to one I remember from my childhood. Serving size is an estimate.

    Recipe #196430

    Nigella, the little tear-shaped black seeds, about 1 mm long, are used throughout South Asia as a spice and flavoring. They have an earthy, peppery taste, a little like oregano. Nigella and cumin seeds, cayenne and fresh ginger. The Bengali spices add a little zing to the warmer cayenne and ginger. The nigella adds crunch. Although this will go well with almost any combination of Indian foods, it’s particularly good with matter paneer and raita, served with chapatis or toasted pita bread. Recipe is from Suvir Saran and Stephanie Lyness’ Indian Home Cooking.

    Recipe #196485

    This, quite simply, is baked onions, cheese and cream. Nothing to do with goose at all! A traditional dish from Whitley Bay, on the coast near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, I have no idea how it got its name. Never mind - it's good English "tucker" as we Aussies say, just the thing on a cold winter's night. I like it a bit more 'cheesey', so feel free to add some extra if you do too. From 'The Foody'.

    Recipe #124419

    This is really easy and very good. Another from the borrowed cookbook.

    Recipe #196252

    A colourful, traditional Christmas salad. This recipe comes from the Häme area and is all vegetarian - some versions of this salad also include herring! You can use pickled beetroot instead of boiled if you prefer.

    Recipe #196322

    This recipe comes from my son who was cooking in Switzerland.So tasty!

    Recipe #196330

    Fabulous served cold at morning tea or brunch, or packed for a picnic or in lunchboxes. Very quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #195938

    3 Reviews |  By OneEye

    I've doubled this recipe for potlucks, though it needs be be made not too long before since it doesn't hold well.

    Recipe #195986

    I make this with fresh small onions from my garden but this can be made also with frozen small onions, this is soooooo good! This will serve about 3-4 people, but can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #180070

    Recipe #155585

    The way the French cook their onions!

    Recipe #67942

    The ground mustard makes this an easy, but tasty and unusual side dish. DH can polish off the whole pan!

    Recipe #36517

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