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    I had a salad similar to this at Spring Street Natural Restaurant in Soho NY. It made quite an impression on me because I love brussels sprouts. I'm trying to replicate. They served their salad with croutons but I'm indifferent to croutons so I left them out, they also had chicken but you know, you just top your salad with whatever meat/protein you want.

    Recipe #518029

    This is the easiest and tastiest chocolate gelato recipe I've tried. I added cookies, chocoate chips or whatever I'm in the mood for.

    Recipe #517127

    I LOVE Persian rice but I never been able to master the art of making old fashion rice without a rice cooker. I've adapted another Tadig recipe to make the Tadig while still using a rice cooker.

    Recipe #516871

    I needed baked smoked tofu for a recipe but did not know where to purchase the stuff and decided to make my own.

    Recipe #516105

    April is a SAD month. Property taxes are on the 10th and then 5 days later, income taxes are due. When I'm stressed I have to find some comfort using what's in the refrigerator. Cold, leftover brown sticky rice in my refrigerator and an egg. Make sure the rice is sticky or "sweet rice" so it's more starchy and sticky. I only have brown rice but you can use white.

    Recipe #515447

    We love coffee gelato but not the caffeine

    Recipe #515274

    This is a modified Healthier no-Bake chocolate oatmeal cookie #431467. I love no bake cookies but allergic to peanut butter.

    Recipe #513778

    Please allow additional time to initially drain the tofu and then to marinate the tofu.

    Recipe #513658

    We recently started eating Swiss Chard and love it. I like easy and quick recipes. I normally serve this with pan seared very thick filet mignon steaks. I use the same cast iron pan to cook the steaks and while that's resting, I cook up the creamy shallots and mushroom sauce. Put the sauce over the steaks and recycle the pan to cook the chard.

    Recipe #513618

    I'm trying all different combinations of flavors to steel cut oatmeal. I use boiling water in the recipe to cut down on rice cooker time. This recipe caused my daughter to say "Mom, you should start an oatmeal restaurant." Some of us are allergic to coconut and nuts so we did not add those items during cooking, but served the non-nuts eaters and then incorporate the coconut after the fact, then turned rice cooker on for a couple of extra minutes to cook.

    Recipe #513498

    This is from Martha I'm looking for more ways to eat tumeric and greens. is my recipe keeper. I'm not a fan of tofu but the kids have been asking for 1 day meatless day a week and so here goes...I used kale instead of collards and it was yummy.

    Recipe #513387

    This is a Stemilt recipe. Stemilt grow and market the Pinata apple in the US. This Pinata is a crisp and juicy apple with a tropical flavor.

    Recipe #513251

    Farro is a sturdy grain that stands up well to such lusty ingredients as beet greens. The flavor is sweet and nutty, and it contrasts nicely with salty feta or goat cheese. The farro will absorb the color from red beets, giving this salad a pinkish tint. Be sure to cook the farro until tender, or else the salad will be chewy.

    Recipe #512657

    I'm trying to get the kids to eat more oatmeal and not call it "bowl of mush." This is the latest incarnation of oatmeal at our house. The dates dissolve in the oatmeal and makes it sweet enough without the addition of sweetener.

    Recipe #512631

    I tried to find a coleslaw recipe with no mayonnaise and poppy seed dressing on with no luck. Then found this one on Good Housekeeping. We are allergic to nuts so omitted that and strawberries are out of season so none were added. Took me no time to put this together including hand slicing the cabbage.

    Recipe #511740

    I modified the Eating Well recipe which specified 1 1/4 cup whole wheat pastry flour and less banana and blueberries. I added the cinnamon sugar on top for a little extra treat. It still came out tender, moist and delicious.

    Recipe #511702

    This is a recipe. Without any butter or cream to mask them, the sweet flavors of parsnip and cauliflower come through in this easy, comforting side dish. It’s a healthy alternative to the usual mashed potatoes served with braised short ribs or seared lamb chops

    Recipe #511544

    This is a recipe. I love kale and looking for more ways to serve it. This salad can be made up to 1 day in advance and stored in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #511543

    Purchased a bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Truffle and wanted to try it. This is a modified version of the Epicurius recipe.

    Recipe #511312

    A Valerie Gordon recipe post on the LA Times.

    Recipe #509560

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