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    Here is a vegetarian version of the traditional Cornish miners turnover. Haven't tried it yet, but posting for the Zaar World Tour 2005. This recipe is from Moosewood.

    Recipe #134304

    This tofu version of a shepherd's pie is certainly not very traditional, but this recipe still makes for a hearty meal. This Shepherd's Pie is a casserole combining a tofu saute, mashed potatoes, and mushroom gravy. If you perform the 3 steps concurrently, you will shorten the preparation time. You should start the freeze-thaw tofu procedure the day before you expect to make the casserole. Prep time does not include thawing time for tofu. I like it even better the second day.From the Moosewood Collective.

    Recipe #134301

    What can be better than shortbread with spiced tea or Turkish coffee? This is an untried recipe from Moosewood Collective that I am posting for Zaar World Tour 2005.

    Recipe #134298

    This is a simple pilav. For all the RSC contestants who have stockpiled orzo...here is a way to use it up! I've not yet tried this recipe, but it is from a trusted source...Moosewood.

    Recipe #134294

    Bulghur is rich in B vitamins and iron. Serve this with Imam Bayildi. This recipe is posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. I've not tried it yet. I found it in a Moosewood cookbook.

    Recipe #134263

    Savory, cheese-filled pastries. (Thanks to Moosewood)

    Recipe #134242

    Quick to make soup with a spicy kick. Another Moosewood recipe.

    Recipe #134240

    From Sundays at the Moosewood Restaurant.

    Recipe #134238

    Ful can be served as an appetizer or saide dish; or for a simple lunch with the hard-boiled egg and tossed salad. (Moosewood recipe)

    Recipe #134236

    I've not tried this dessert, but it sounds lovely. Borrowed shamelessly from Moosewood.

    Recipe #134235

    Perfect with curries or other spicy dishes. (Moosewood)

    Recipe #134234

    A cool, crunchy salad to be served with a West African stew. From the Moosewood Collective.

    Recipe #134233

    The influences of colonial powers and immigrants from Malaysia and the Indies can be tasted in this curry from Southern Africa. This is a Moosewood recipe.

    Recipe #134231

    The Moosewood version of African Groundnut Stew. Serve groundnut stew on rice, and along with one of these: hard-boiled eggs, chopped scallions, chopped fresh parsley or cilantro, cubed papaya, sliced bananas, mangos, pineapples, or oranges, grated coconut, whole or crushed peanuts.

    Recipe #134225

    A Moosewood recipe. I haven't tried it, but this is supposed to be rich and spicy. Don't skip the chopped scallions or chives!

    Recipe #134219

    The title of this recipe is my attempt at calling it Orzo Delight, in Greek. Hopefully I'm not calling it something inappropriate!! This salad is a colorful orzo salad with a nice crunch. Try it; you'll be sure to enjoy!

    Recipe #131995

    I like these granola bars because they are chewy...not cakelike, not crunchy....nice and chewy. I've tried others, but my kids always ask for these. The recipe is from TOH.

    Recipe #122969

    My husband's favorite. The cinnamon gives this stew a different twist. It will thicken as it sits, so I make it a little soupy to begin with and serve with some crusty bread to soak up the juices.

    Recipe #116045

    This veggie lasaga is packed with veggies. I started with a tofu mixture from How It All Vegan, and then went from there. (I expect that the nutrition info is off on the cholesterol. Regular lasagne noodles are vegan, and would have no cholesterol..the Zaar nutritional content is showing cholesterol. However, if you use the no-bake lasagne noodles, those are not vegan, so if that is important to you, then keep that in mind.)

    Recipe #115553

    This is a nice pizza dough that will make 5 individual-size pizzas (or probably 2 regular). I usually cook the individual pizzas in round cake pans and let everyone add their favorite toppings. This dough is slightly sweet, bakes up nicely, and I can even reheat the leftovers in a microwave without it getting soggy or chewy. This is a variation of a recipe I found in a newspaper. Preparation time does not include rising time for dough.

    Recipe #115171

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