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This is a rice pilaf that goes great with spicy foods such as Thai or Caribbean. You can substitute white rice for brown rice if you wish, but be sure to adjust the amount of water as necessary.

Recipe #98715

Based on a recipe in the moosewood restaurant cookbook. This is great served with pita bread or on crackers.

Recipe #98921

This is a rice pudding with a twist! This black rice pudding tastes like it has berries in it but it doesn't! Sweet black rice can be found at ethnic or Asian markets and it turns purplish when cooked.

Recipe #99414

The veggetable and rice salad compliments the broiled salmon in this perfectly for a one dish meal that is quick and easy to make on a busy night, but when you want something that tastes like it took much more effort. For a good variation for the land lovers in your family, try chicken instead of salmon.

Recipe #102402

My Chinese roommate taught me to make this yummy dish. Mostly because she got tired of making it for me as I can't get enough of it. This is so good and your house will be filled with wonderful smells. If you like garlic this is a must.

Recipe #85423

This is a thai inspired dish that i got inspiration for from 30 minute meals on food tv. I changed it around some to suit the ingredients I had on hand and my preferences and it turned out excellent. This smells and looks amazing when is done. Guest worthy dish! I've made this several times and have discovered that this works just as well using beef instead of chicken. Tofu may also be an option for the veggie people in your family. The red pepper oil should be available in the oils section of most major super markets. But, If you can't find the red pepper oil, go ahead and use plain extra virgin olive oil or another oil of your choosing.

Recipe #98023

Soba noodles are popular in japan and have a unique nutty flavor that compliment the broccoli in this dish very well. I first tried soba noodles when my roomate made them for dinner and fell in love with them. I hope you will too.

Recipe #99649


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