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    These are easy to make and taste way better than anything you can get at the store (Yves). The texture is freakishly sausage-like, and you can grill them on the BBQ after the steaming. There is nothing these sausages can't do. Go crazy with the spicing: fennel, rosemary, sage, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley. Feel free to throw in whatever you want.

    Recipe #511520

    St. Patrick’s Day might be synonymous for many with corn beef and cabbage and other meat-laden dishes but it doesn’t have to be. Here is a completely vegan stew for the occasion(or any other occasion!). From myratelinc.com.

    Recipe #509489

    A new twist on a classic grilled cheese sandwich! Enjoy with a nice bowl of tomato soup for comfort food on a cold day. Recipe courtesy Greg Morris for Food Network Magazine. I made a few adjustments using veggie bacon.

    Recipe #507950

    Make your own oat milk! This is a great tasting option that can be made very quickly and easily from 3 simple whole ingredients: oats, salt and water. You do need to soak the oats overnight, so start soaking the night before you plan to make it. There are several benefits associated with drinking oat milk, including prevention of cancer, stroke and heart disease. Oat milk has no lactose or cholesterol, and is full of vitamin E, fiber and folate. Unlike other dairy alternatives, oat milk can be made easily (and cheaply) at home. Oat milk also contains thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, copper and manganese. From Veggies and Me.

    Recipe #507769

    It may seem like an unusual combination, but once you’ve tried this sweet, nutty sandwich, you’ll be hooked. If you don’t have a panini maker, cook the sandwiches in a skillet and weigh them down with another pan. Or you can wrap them in foil and cook on the grill with a weight on top. From Vegetarian Times(July 2008)

    Recipe #507244

    Split pea soup recipes are often flavored with ham hocks, but this veg version gets its smoky taste from smoked paprika and chipotle chiles. Sweet potatoes and split peas are good sources of potassium, which lowers blood pressure. If split peas are old(after about 1-2 years) they will not get tender, so check the date. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine(Feb. 2010).

    Recipe #506947

    For those of you not familiar with this yummy little treat, a pasty is a hand-held pie filled with savory meat or vegetables & spices. The traditional pub version is usually dipped in batter, then deep fried. This version uses ready-made rolled pie crusts which makes them super easy (and a lot less messy!). From Living Well Spending Less.

    Recipe #506076

    Paul McCartney says, "This is a fantastic salad that can accompany whatever you like-here it's served with tofu, but could just as easily serve it with veggie burgers or vegetarian sausages, as well as fries and new or mashed potatoes. You can also vary the steamed vegetables according to what's in season." From The Meat Free Monday Cookbook; A Full Menu for Every Monday of the Year. Paul, along with numerous other luminaries, started the Meat Free Monday campaign to address pollution, better health, and the ethical treatment of animals and global hunger..

    Recipe #502105

    Most portobella burgers cook the mushroom whole. This one uses chopped portobella and button mushrooms, and is great served with your favorite toppings. You can change the cheese out for your favorite. Adapted from Curtis Aikens from the foodnetwork channel.

    Recipe #501498

    From the blog Cookie + Kate(voted one of the top 10 blogs for 2012 by Saveur magazine). Yummy and healthy! Cookie + Kate adapted this from Sprouted Kitchen.

    Recipe #493016

    This is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like I do, you'll enjoy this. The basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. Serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)

    Recipe #460064

    A unique and delicious way to prepare celery, this recipe roasts the crisp vegetable that is so often eaten raw or added to soups and stocks, then adds creamy blue cheese and crunchy walnuts.Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #458169

    These open faceed sandwiches come together really quickly and easily. Try them for a quick brunch, a casual supper, a fun picnic or a filling snack. Adapted from Southern Living magazine(July 1988).

    Recipe #454460

    I have put up Ina Garten's recipe from Barefoot in London for White Chocolate Lollipops, but also variations for dark chocolate from the chocolate shop in London where she got the idea. Enjoy! You will need lollipop stick or popsicle sticks.

    Recipe #444327

    A lovely English salad from Great Britain! The mustard, honey and mayonnaise dressing makes it delicious!

    Recipe #424020

    A recipe from Great Britain, this can be kept in a jar and used with salads, or on it's own! Enjoy!

    Recipe #423688

    David Lebovitz was asked to remake Maida Heatter's wonderful popover recipe. They are the best the day they're made; leftovers can be stored in a container and snacked on the next day(they are still good). You could freeze them in zip-top bags as well. these work well in standard muffin tins. Feel free to use salted or unsalted butter.Adapted from David Lebovits's recipe in The New York Times and Maida Heatter's Great Book of Desserts.

    Recipe #411819

    A duff is a popular dessert enjoyed in England and Scotland. This was submitted to Penzey's by Kathy Valentine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #407278

    Adapted from the Fleischmann's site. Here's what they say, "This bread combines two of Britain's most characteristic ingredients, Marmite and sharp cheddar Cheese. Hearty in flavor, this bread is best served toasted accompanying a soup, or in making a sandwich on toast". There is about 90 minutes rising time.

    Recipe #401764

    A yummy alternative to store bough cereals. This is similar to granola and has some healthy tasty ingredients! Adapted from The Garden of Vegan cookbook. I like this with almond milk! :)

    Recipe #400720

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