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    Summer Squash Saute by greyghost Photo by Bayhill
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    A wonderful salad that takes full advantage of summer's best bounty. Paired with grilled meats, this will work well at any BBQ or picnic. Finding this in November has be already longing for next year. In the meantime, I may try this with the frozen variety though I bet it won't be nearly as good. (Update: After WI Cheesehead's experiment with frozen vegetables I managed to track down some fresh corn and beans. Following the directions presented here, the result is sweet crisp vegetables that you simply can't get from the freezer.)

    Recipe #193459

    A brightly colored side from the heartland. The carrots are also delicious alone. From the Mississippi Valley chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #231493

    22 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    These are the most wonderful potatoes. My family all really love them. How nice to have wonderful and easy in the same recipe. When new potatoes aren't available I have used the bags of very small potatoes available in any supermarket. This recipe is too good to be left for only one time of year!

    Recipe #213402

    Angela has long passed but her beans lived on. I make these when I'm tired of the same old side dish or lollygag too much & it's time for dinner. These are also good at room temperature which is good for potlucks.

    Recipe #231077

    I love zucchini. I also love having lots of different ways to prepare it. This is a simple one.

    Recipe #122143

    A method I have been using for over 30 years, you will never boil corn in just water again once you try this, this method produces a very tender and sweet corn on the cob, I promise! --- do not add in any salt to the water as it will make the corn tough

    Recipe #121897

    OK this is sooooooooo Good. I could eat this 3 times a night and not get sick of it. Zesty and spicy and very tasty.The tomatoes really add to the flavor

    Recipe #63975

    Another way to serve green beans.

    Recipe #31403

    This is a sophisticated yet simple take on sugar peas, perfect for the summer when you can get these delicious little veggies straight from the garden or farmer’s market! Lemon zest and fresh thyme help to make this a side dish worthy of the fanciest meal…or just a special touch during the workweek. Enjoy! The recipe is from a Cuisine at Home magazine.

    Recipe #125076

    4 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Aside from the Feautatoes on the South Beach Diet, this is a great alternative. I originally posted this recipe without the addition of the spinach but once I tried it I just had to add it to the recipe. Amount of spinach is optional, however, I found a full bag to be perfect.

    Recipe #124219

    Different way to have your corn. My hubby and I lovs it this way, and you already have the butter on it, so no hassle that way either! Wonderful in sooo many ways!

    Recipe #40553

    6 Reviews |  By S in PA

    Discovered in a local newspaper, and altered to fit my tastes. Makes a delicious side to grilled meats, and pasta dishes.

    Recipe #37203

    Goes well with beef or pork.

    Recipe #9055

    46 Reviews |  By Poker

    Found this in a magazine! Made it with the garlic excellent! Also instead of boiling the ribbons, I fried them in butter until tender. Wow! That was excellent also! Very easy either way.

    Recipe #34110

    Recipe #137396

    An old peasant dish from the Aubergne region, this delicious gallette is dense and filling. It is quite different from the thin Breton galettes. Even children who don't like cabbage will like this tasty, hearty dish. It can be eaten hot or cold, but personally we like it warm.

    Recipe #137308

    Made so that everyone will finish their peas! Adapted from the New Basics Cookbook.

    Recipe #146629

    From Bon Appetit May 1998. Meant to be served alongside of rice or mashed potatoes to soak up the delicious sauce.

    Recipe #168264

    My DH is threatening to throw away all of my old magazines so I am placing all of the recipes I can find here. This one is from Gourmet. I haven't tried this one yet, because I haven't had the panko bread crumbs. I love broccoli and this sounds like a lovely way to serve it...something out of the ordinary! **NOTE: I made this tonight and OMG is it good! I made my own breadcrumbs and went for it! It turned out GREAT!! The sliced garlic is a crisp little treat.......YUMMY GOODNESS!!!

    Recipe #170988

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