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    Yummy! This vegetarian dish will make a great dinner with a side salad and some rolls. Use whatever kind of mushrooms you like and you can change the pasta out too and try macaroni or mostaccioli. You can add more veggies to taste if you like.Enjoy! Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #449901

    The onions are sauteed until caramalized, and add a full and rich flavor offset by the creamy Gorgonzola, the toasted walnuts and the earthy sage. You can make the confit in advance. You can make your own pizza dough, buy it in the grocery store, or sometimes your local pizza place will sell you some. For a delicious variation, use basil instead of sage. Adapted from Fields of Greens cookbook.

    Recipe #447686

    The dried porcini mushrooms add depth and a wonderful earthy flavor to this elegant winner of a pizza. Great for watching your favorite TV shows, weeknight dinners, even yummy enough for company! Serve with a big salad. Adapted from Fields of Greens Cookbook.

    Recipe #446827

    From Cooking Channel: Rachael's Week in a Day (What's Cooking?), this looks really good so posting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #445256

    You can serve this sauce with grilled vegetables, roulades, frittatas, or pastas or wherever its sweet brightness is called for. Adapted from Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone.

    Recipe #443390

    Pesto adds so much to so many dishes-swirled into a potato or sweet pepper soup, stirred into mayonnaise, brushed over a baguette, drizzled over a pizza, tomatoes and mozzarella, mixed into pasta, and the list goes on. Pesto freezes well, so if your basil is going to seed, make it into pesto. Freeze it, minus the cheese, in small containers to brighten winter soups, stews, and sauces. I didn't have enough basil, so used half parsley with good results. Adapted from the Fields of Green restaurant cookbook.

    Recipe #441336

    The beans(you may use great northern beans instead) make their own rich sauce as they slowly simmer in their own broth with onions, fruity olive oil, and sage. For a simple, satisfying meal, serve with crusty sourdough bread and thin shavings of Parmesan cheese. Feel free to add in more veggies, like carrots, celery, etc. You may just need to add in a little more water near the end. Adapted from Fields of Greens restaurant cookbook.

    Recipe #440901

    A simple Italian recipe passed down through the centuries as made on the show Molto Mario. Episode: Lupo If a little more texture is desired, mix in a little ground soy "meat"( veggie crumbles). Make a double batch and freeze some for later. They are even better the next day!

    Recipe #437167

    A delicious vegetarian sandwich that I can't get enough of!

    Recipe #242095

    This risotto has not only an incredible jewel like color, but also a delicious deep taste, tempered by the greens, lemon, and Parmesan cheese. Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #432197

    Light and lemony, this pesto makes a perfect pasta sauce in the spring. Serve on high-protein rotini to create a main dish. Also excellent as a sandwich spread or on crackers as an appetizer. Lemon verbana or lemon balm pesto is more delicate than traditional basil pesto, but makes a lovely seasonal treat. Lemon balm is a perennial herb that is very easy to grow and lovely enough for the front garden. It's an excellent example of an ornamental plant that requires very little care, yet can provide you with free food for years after you plant it. Take cuttings freely; like most herbs, the balm will produce fresh new leaves when pinched back. Let it seed in in the fall, then the next spring pull any unwanted new plants to make a big batch of lemon-balm pesto. Freeze what you don’t use within two or three days.

    Recipe #431889

    A recipe that will delight the kids, not to mention dad! These would be good for halloween too, they look like little octopuses! From the episode A Plate for Pop by Rachael Ray on 30 Minute Meals.

    Recipe #430199

    This is a wrap within a wrap. Cottage cheese is mixed with fresh vegetables and herbs for zest and vigor, then placed inside a crisp lettuce leaf before being wrapped in a tortilla. For a change, you could add a little feta cheese. Adapted from Wraps cookbook.

    Recipe #430077

    There is a tangy lemon vinaigrette that coats the leaves and mixes with the Parmesan cheese to make a lovely salad adorned with the sourdough croutons which provide crunch and a good garlic flavor! Adapted from Fields of Greens restaurant cookbook.

    Recipe #429426

    I saw Adam Gertler gush over this on The Best Thing I Ever Ate show on the food channel. It's from Euro Pane restaurant in Pasadena, California. Here's the recipe based on the cook's description.

    Recipe #428492

    This dish is all about the tomatoes! "Heirloom" refers to certain cultivars that have been nurtured and preserved for generations, and any varity will do for this dish. The capers add a nice crispy, crunchy, savory element. Adapted from The Conscious Cook by Tall Ronnen.

    Recipe #427428

    From Sandra's Money Saving Meals, she uses the portobello mushroom stems from Recipe #425652 to make the filling for these yummy zucchini boats.

    Recipe #427425

    Dressed up almonds, a nice change from mixed nuts! Adapted from Martha Stewart magazine.

    Recipe #426744

    Traditional pesto is made with basil, but you can use all kinds of different greens. Chef Tal Ronnen uses arugula to give a peppery kick. If you can't find arugula, use spinach. From The Conscious Cook cookbook.

    Recipe #423507

    To get the briny flavor of anchovies, capers are used. Nutritional yeast replaced Parmesan, miso giving it the traditional flavor. This is easy and oh so good! This has the intesity of a true Ceaser! From Chef Tal Ronnen's The Conscious Cook.

    Recipe #421546

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