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    Created after a day of reading about food history and the British Colonial Empire, this simple and tasty soup was born with an eye towards the ironic. It's not authentic anything, but it's good warm with a salad for a light lunch, or chilled as an appetizer!

    Recipe #477876

    More of a method than a recipe, this makes a perfect companion for a loaf of crusty bread when the first days of autumn's chill comes knocking! Just toss the ingredients together before you leave for work and come back to a delicious meal! Vegetables can be mixed, matched, or substituted to include your favorites. Rice or small pasta can substitute for barley. Uses up leftover beef (or even pork) like a champ! Meant for a 2 quart crock-pot, but easily doubles for bigger pots!

    Recipe #464329

    A quick, tasty dish influenced by the flavors of Greek cuisine. Easy, different, and a great way to use up left over chicken!

    Recipe #462770

    A quick and off the cuff recipe for those nights you don't want to spend a lot of time on prep, or you're staring at your pantry asking what you're going to do to stretch ingredients till payday. It's started in the microwave and finished in the oven.

    Recipe #459606

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