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    Yummy Cobbler for Brunch

    Recipe #258987

    This comes from an old Sunset soup cookbook from 20 years ago. The cilantro and chard are a unique combination with the added lemon; I use vegetable boullion instead of beef...and no tomatoes!

    Recipe #115079

    After a visit to a local farm, I had to decide what to do with some sweet yellow tomatoes...so I made this one up! The combination of cumin, lime and smoky mozzarella is wonderfully refreshing.

    Recipe #325977

    Delicious as a main dish served with a fresh Greek salad. I use Rombi organic pasta by Bionature. It is basically curly cut noodles.

    Recipe #259472

    Delicious over pound cake or vanilla ice cream, this sweet-tart sauce will keep in the refrigerator for up to a week.

    Recipe #258988

    Easy, and so delicious...I found this in an old health cookbook and substituted spinach and broccoli for the original asparagus. I also like a little cilantro mixed in with the regular parsely. The broth from this is divine!

    Recipe #113586


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