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    Seasonal recipes for the months of winter. Ingredients include potatoes, cabbage, winter squash, Brussels sprouts, kale, citrus, onions, garlic. Stews and comfort foods. Dried beans, rice, pantry staples. [Photo: Irish Potato Soup]
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    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I found this recipe on a blog written by a Lithuanian woman now living in India, "Virtuve su indisku prieskoniu". Jurate's husband's family is from Kerala, which is where this recipe originated. The original recipe did not have spinach, but Jurate recommends it. I did not have the red pumpkin, so used a sweet potato, which worked out quite well. I also used medium shrimp, as I have never seen prawns in my area. I took some liberties in converting the metric measurements into US, and you should know that these slight variations make little difference.

    Recipe #453952

    Recipe courtesy Blair Laing, executive chef of Jersey's Cafe in Carmel, IN. From the show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives - Episode: Favorites With A Twist This was scaled down from a bulk restaurant recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #468549

    From Eating Well magazine, this can be served as a side dish with a steak or pork chops or set a poached egg on top for a hearty breakfast or brunch. A 1- to 1 1/2-pound bunch of kale yields 16 to 24 cups of chopped leaves.When preparing kale for this hash, remove the tough ribs, chop or tear the kale as directed, then wash it--allowing some water to cling to the leaves. The moisture helps steam the kale during the first stages of cooking. Fresh, partially cooked, shredded potatoes for hash browns can be found in the refrigerated produce section and sometimes in the dairy section of most supermarkets. Alternatively, boil potatoes until they can just be pierced with a fork but are not completely tender. Let cool slightly, then shred.

    Recipe #288482

    A different way to eat left over Turkey. Light and delicious.

    Recipe #147055

    2 Reviews |  By WiGal

    From Urban Italian by Andrew Carmellini. He suggests serving with a Pork Arrosto. Notice that steps 1 through 7 can be done the day before.

    Recipe #386211

    Now that the cold weather is coming we are going to need our comfort foods. This recipe will satisfy anyone on a cold winter night. I don't particularly like soups myself but this version turns it into almost a stew. I guess a real 'stoup', steaming mashed potatoes with gravy over them, chicken and veggies and even a pot pie decoration :). I add just a couple tablespoons of dark rum or brandy to it; it gives a touch of extra depth. I found this recipe on chaosinthekitchen.com and have had it open for days so I don't lose it, finally posting it here. She suggests using separate frozen veggies, if you go frozen, since they are normally more tender than the frozen mixed vegetables but either way, or fresh, of course. She also has a recipe for puff pastry stars if you want to add that.

    Recipe #395700

    I love discovering new flavors of tea. Through traveling both domestically and internationally, I have had to the opportunity to try some of the most exotic and interesting teas. Now lets be honest, the Midwest is not exotic, but we do have some of the most amazing places for food and drink. Not far from our house there is the most amazing tea store called Teavana. I was so overwhelmed the first time I entered the store. For as far as the eye could see there were rows and rows of tea, separated not only by type but also by flavor. I was immediately greeted by someone offering to let me smell any and l of the teas I wanted. Wow, I could not believe all of the options being presented in front of me. I decided on 6 different flavors, a couple within each type of tea. I absolutely love green tea so I could not wait to try the Blackberry Mojito Green Tea I purchased. When I opened my tin, I was immediately hit by the aroma of blackberry and mint, and I knew I would love it. I continued drinking the tea at lunch and dinner for for several weeks, and I still drink it regularly. I knew I wanted to try this flavor combination in other applications such as granola or jam. I worked on the jam for a couple weeks and finally came up with the perfect concoction. It is so delicious on a bagel with a layer of cream cheese topped with the jam. It is my version of a faux danish. Trust me, try this once and you will be making double batches.

    Recipe #468659

    Wonderful oriental side-dish. So quick and easy! I serve this with chicken or pork tenderloin marinated in Teriyaki sauce (recipe 44750). Or you can add meat to the dish for a one-dish meal.

    Recipe #61712

    18 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From our TV programme guide. It is suggested that your use the best maple syrup you can get but for dietary reasons I would use a sugar free maple syrup. Times are estimated.

    Recipe #480215

    A steamy bowl of this on a cold, rainy day is SO comforting. I serve this with crusty bread and a simple salad.

    Recipe #75335

    So simple, and yet tastes so good. I LOVE making this when I want a quick and easy sanck, or sandwich to go with some nice soup. I'm sure you could add different things to it and use it as a starting point, but we love it simple as is.

    Recipe #302750

    A typical Indian dish, but not too spicy, and uses easy to find ingredients! For the Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #482951

    I can't take credit for creating this recipe but I wanted to share as this dish is unbelievably good. It was created by the Food Dudes who run a Food truck here in Toronto. It is pretty easy to prep and can be sped up even more if you purchase premade components from the grocery store. It really comes down to how much time you have to get it all together.

    Recipe #489335

    This is a great change of pace, wonderful for brunches or those special occasions. Rich and easy to make these will be a real treat!

    Recipe #429125

    The owner of the company I used to work at sent everyone a 5 lb box of Vidalia onions every year. This was included on a recipe brochure one year from the farm. I was surprised at how much I liked them, and they are healthy too.

    Recipe #204986

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Comfort food at it's best! Sauteed green cabbage with apple, herbs, and white wine vinegar. Serve hot topped with crispy crumbled bacon. Delicious! Note: Use any green cabbage (Napa, green or Savoy cabbage) for this dish; adjust cooking times to suit.

    Recipe #436016

    This has a rustic appeal for those who so desire. Inspired by Whole Living Magazine.

    Recipe #470127

    This is a favorite salad in our house. I change it around to match the fruits of the season. Some of our favorites are: canned mandarin oranges, diced apples, diced pears, fresh berries, or even Craisins. I love the fact I always have something in the fridge to top the salad. My husband doesn't like blue cheese, but the Gorgonzola isn't as strong to him. I use Paul Newman's light dressing, but use one you like!

    Recipe #430664

    8 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    After making this, I want to marry myself, it tastes SO good! LOL This is quite simple, juicy and VERY flavorful, with a crispy skin. I want the onions to carmelize, so I put the 1/2 cup chicken stock and the 1/2 cup white wine into the roasting pan in the beginning. (add more if needed) Sometimes I add fresh thyme or other herbs into the lemon-onion mixture. If you don't have twine, the chicken will still be fine, but tuck the wings under. I have added either small Red or Yukon potatoes to the pan with great results, the potatoes soak up the drippings and are very yummy. This is adapted from Food Network, Ina ROCKS!

    Recipe #413946

    41 Reviews |  By Marie

    Potatoes are sliced and baked, then topped with the makings of your favorite potato skins. Serve as a side dish or even as appetizers. These are so yummy!

    Recipe #130023

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