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    A tasty salmon loaf served with a warm cucumber sauce. Serve it with salad or vegetable dishes. What's leftover is delicious for lunch next day in a sandwich with baby spinach leaves or freshly sliced cucumber. Adapted from a recipe I've had in my files for years. I don't now remember where I found the original recipe. See my notes below for suggestions for additional ingredients.

    Recipe #118657

    A real mix and match recipe: super quick, easy and highly versatile. Vary ingredients - and certainly the amount of garlic - according to your preferences. And then change the name of the recipe to reflect what you've actually included in it!

    Recipe #118672

    A delicious, hearty soup blending the flavours of potatoes and apples with lemon juice, wine, chicken stock, arugula and herbs and spices. I always use Granny Smith apples and I have often used a mix of potatoes and sweet potatoes. The original recipe specifies “waxy potatoes” but this didn’t correspond with any of the potato varieties listed in the Zaar kitchen dictionary. Use a variety that you know works well in soups. I have also experimented with different herbs and spices. Vary herbs and spices to suit your preferences. Adapted from the English recipe book 'Potatoes and Vegetables' by Parragon Publishing.

    Recipe #118829

    For all sweet potato lovers, a flavoursome salad combining the sweet potato and pecans with bean sprouts and a range of salad greens: celery, celeric, spring onions and endive. The 'cooking time' includes about 25 minutes cooling time. Adapted from "Potatoes and Vegetables" by Parragon Publishing.

    Recipe #118830

    An almost vegetarian alternative to a meat loaf with some of the same flavours as stuffed cabbages but probably a bit quicker to make. Vegetarian if you leave out the bacon, of course, but the bacon adds SO much flavour. Serve with a salad and tzaziki as a sauce, or your favourite tomato or vegetable sauce or salsa or with my warm cucumber sauce, recipe for Salmon Loaf and Cucumber Sauce #118672. The preparation time includes ten minutes for the mixture to cool.

    Recipe #119257

    Sometimes less is best. This recipe has only a few ingredients so that the artichokes really are the stars. Adapted from Vicki Wild's 'Wild Sides: an A-Z of exceptional vegetable side dishes', the most recent cooking book which I just couldn't resist buying. The title captured my interest, and when I started to read the recipes - some simple like this one; others less so - I was totally won over.

    Recipe #120171

    Another delicious-sounding vegetable side dish - slightly adapted - from Vicki Wild's 'Wild Sides: An A-Z of exceptional vegetable side dishes'.

    Recipe #120244

    For those who like sardines, a flavoursome paté really different from other patés you are probably more familiar with. And it's quick and easy to make, low in calories and full of all those good-for-you oils we all should be eating more of. I've always enjoyed sardines on toast as a simple breakfast or snack, but until a few years ago it had never occurred to me that some people evidently loathe the smell of sardines. Then, on two occasions - forever etched in my memory - when I had sardines on crispbreads for lunch, a co-worker asked if I minded if she opened the window. She didn't wait for a reply: by the time the question was out, the window was open. Wide open! With THAT experience in mind, this is obviously a paté for those who LOVE sardines: NOT for those who feel compelled to open windows when in the presence of a sardine!

    Recipe #120295

    A flavoursome light soup that is served chilled. A delicious choice for summer dining. It’s ideal before a heavier main course or served for lunch with warm crusty bread rolls. This recipe has been in my Word files for some years. Unfortunately when I first saved it, I did not include any indication of its source. All I know is that it is clearly from an Australian website and that the original recipe was Catherine Saxelby’s. Thank you, Catherine. What I have posted here is my adaptation of Catherine Saxelby’s recipe. I have added several ingredients and changed several others. I’m sure that you will do the same when you make it. I have not, however, tried it as a warm soup, probably because I have only ever made it in summer. Please let me know what it’s like if you DO serve this warm.

    Recipe #121002

    Roasted chicken breast halves basted with orange juice and wine, and cooked with mandarin segments and green seedless grapes. Just y-u-m-m-y for those who love citrus flavourings. I've only made this once, but I intend to experiment by varying the citrus flavourings: by substituting some or all of the orange juice for lemon or lime juice, or a blending of several citrus juices. And knowing how well rum blends with orange juice, I have considered using rum next time in place of the wine. That would make it even more of a dinner party dish! Adapted from a truly terrific book (when it comes to recipe books, I rate as 'terrific' a book in which LOTS of the recipes appeal to me, AFTER I’ve purchased the book, not just one or two) Rodale's "Terrific Chicken: 100 Great Meals in Minutes". Not all one hundred appeal to me but I've so far found several that I’m really glad to have found, and that I’ll certainly be making again, and there are several others that I look forward to making. This recipe was from a section called 'Weekend Fare'. I do hope that other citrus lovers enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #121008

    One glance at the ingredients and I just loved the sound of this recipe. When I made it, I was not disappointed. It can be served hot or cold, depending on the time of year, your personal preferences and what else you are serving on the day - or evening. Adapted from Rodale's 'Savory Soups and Stews: 100 Hassle-Free Homemade Meals'.

    Recipe #121373

    A variation on a potato cake, served with a side salad, this is a tasty light brunch, lunch or supper dish. I make it without the spices (personal preference) but I have added garlic, and one egg to help bind the mixture. I went back to the original recipe to find the exact quantities of the hot ingredients. They have been included here as optional. If you want to make the dish vegetarian, simply omit the bacon. Adapted from Lulu Grimes' cook 'Food: buy it fresh; Cook: cook it simply; Eat: eat it now', in which I have found many recipes that I cook again and again. I have already posted several others.

    Recipe #121535

    Another Sainsbury's recipe, I found on Jamie Oliver's website, suitable for those occasions when you can plan ahead enough to have the ingredients on hand, but when time is of the essence and you are looking for a shortcut recipe to serving an elegant-looking and delicious tart.

    Recipe #122183

    One of the recipes of the month - March 2005 - in the BBC Good Food magazine.

    Recipe #122250

    Pan-fried pork tenderloin strips, in a creamy mustard-sage-wine sauce - which is low in the bad fats - served with celeriac-potato cakes, and steamed green vegetables, such as snow peas or broccoli. Adapted from English chef Louise Blair’s ‘Low GI Cookbook’.

    Recipe #124295

    A delicious crockpot soup, which can be served warm or chilled. Adapted from Betty Crocker's "Slow Cooker" cookbook. Cooking times vary depending on whether you cook the soup on a low or on a high setting: 8-10 hours on low; or 3-5 on high. I posted this recipe for safe-keeping before I'd made it; and I have since made it with a few changes. See notes below.

    Recipe #133068

    Old-fashioned comfort food that looks after itself until you're ready to serve it! Enjoy Baked Apples in summer without heating up the kitchen, or at any time of the year. Adapted from a recipe in Betty Crocker's "Slow Cooker Cookbook". If you are planning to make this recipe, please read Rita's experience with this recipe, and my notes below.

    Recipe #133458

    I'm always looking for a good salad dressing recipe, and this is good! A great way to use that abundant harvest of cucumbers from the garden. Great over greens and tomatoes.

    Recipe #25149

    This is delicious! I got this recipe from "Basic Home Preserving". I love to try basic recipies with a twist. Yum. Chutneys were made in India, and brought over to England.

    Recipe #31517

    I made this from an abundance of fresh vegetables, using what I had and it turned out yummy!

    Recipe #31957

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