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    I just posted Dinkum Chili recipe. Now some of the ingredients are exotic for Americans and the sort. I know. If you really want to try a version of it here is Can't find all the ingredients so you don't have to chase down the local emu.

    Recipe #139303

    Australian Dinkum Chili. Way way back, I posted this to my site. I have no clue where I got this from and if anyone knows let me know so I can credit it. I just plain liked the recipe and since I can barely access the site anymore since it is on its way out, I am posting it here to save it.

    Recipe #139302

    A sweet and spicy stew. The original was from an Eat Low Fat digest way back in the early 90s. Heat Scale: Medium. Sweet-heat. Serve to guests with a salad and a slaw; chilled fruit and a little corn pudding. Source: Chile Pepper Magazine Presents "Hot and Spicy Latin Dishes" a collection. Also appeared in the Chile Pepper Magazine, April 1995.

    Recipe #139295

    While compiling a cookbook of lowfat recipes in MC, I ran into this interesting Stew. Lentils, orange and tomatoes. I haven't made it yet but plan on giving it a try on.. you guessed it All Hallows Eve. Original was by Reggie D to Eat Low Fat. Source unknown.

    Recipe #139285

    Veal [or pork] in a mushroom wine cream sauce Note that the time is confusing because you are going to be active most of the time. Original from

    Recipe #138766

    A special dish, not for those seeking a healthier diet choice but for those occasions when something special is demanded. From the French Resturant known as Chez Ferdinand in the 50s and 60s. Note that time is very much a guess here and you need to watch the food and judge for yourself. I never bothered to check the clock when I made it. Use the freshest ingredients and also make your own croutons.

    Recipe #138737

    "An Old Canadian North Woods recipe enough for 20 pies with modifications" Freeze. This is from the UK Explorers Club. Richard Dominick is the submitter. The recipe was obtained around 1947.

    Recipe #138724

    Tried this tonight. It is a fairly standard Sunomono recipe but I added the Shittake mushrooms and played around with the Splenda. When I get some more Braggs I will use that instead of the soy sauce. Very good taste. Oh yeah as I said fairly standard but Mollie contributed the base to Dean Ornish's Program for Reversing Heart Disease recipe collection in the book by the same name.

    Recipe #138268

    A mushroom, onion, sour cream and tofu pie from Almost Vegetarian. Fast to make the filling. Use your favorite savory pie dough or phyllo dough for the crust. Freeze the extras if you make more than one. The pie raw will keep up to three months frozen or 3 days if refrigerated. Note you can make ahead the filling up to two days.

    Recipe #137769

    Fruit sherbert with bananas, cranberry lemons and orange. Note use pastuerized or certified egg whites. From Better Homes and Garden's Low Calorie recipes magazine.

    Recipe #136309

    Now who said it couldn't be sophisticated? The neighbor dragged out the poor target deer and is currenly shooting arrows into the poor thing. And before anyone has a hissy it isn't a real dear, it is plastic with inserts. Must be hunting season. From the NYT Heritage Cookbook in the 70s. New York.

    Recipe #134931

    States "this was made for Mariah Carey on Sept 12, 2003" in the article. Simple bean and rice recipe. Time is a big guess here. While strolling through the local scandal sheet, I found this recipe in back. No they were not the main motivation for buying that. That had something to do with the Sims2, William, Harry and Charles and the fact Cammy can fight with the best street fighter in the game. However.. This recipe interested me enough to save it. Now that it has been bouncing along my desk top and school is back in session here she be with some mods. Everything is making me think of Sim2 today..

    Recipe #134928

    Way back in the 60s I ran into an old cookbook at the library with this recipe in it. It was written about the 1910s. And they stated this was an old recipe for Flannel Cakes. I wasn't sure about the sugar and the vanilla but the pancakes were thick, light, golden and picture perfect. And they tasted as good as they looked. Been making them ever since. Then I misplaced the recipe a couple years ago. TODAY I found it and I AM NOT LOSING IT AGAIN. One impressive breakfast main course for special occasions and wonderful for everyday.

    Recipe #134845

    A thick puree style soup tasting more like dessert than Mom's boiled veggies. Modified from the Almost Vegetarian cookbook by Diana Shaw. Note cooking time here is actually cooking time but will vary depending on what you want to do with the soup. Chill adds time.

    Recipe #134348

    I tried this sauce tonight. Wonderful and on the keeper list. It was used to revive a third meal of my "Amish" Morroco style CousCous. Would be an excellent sauce with lamb, poultry or meat also. Note time is a guess here however it is made very quickly. Original recipe from Ming at Simply Ming.

    Recipe #131684

    From Vegetarian Times Aug.

    Recipe #131394

    Doesn't taste a thing like the ingredients but satifisies that craving for pizza. Do note it is best served fresh. Keeping it does not work well because it reasserts the beet flavor. It is not bad in taste but just beetish if stored for about 24 hours.

    Recipe #131293

    Fresh in season fruit. Yogurt. Economical. Less chemicals esp if you make your own vanilla yogurt. And since it is 105F today, IF you can eat if fast enough... good. Original was from Veg Times.

    Recipe #131292

    Took a Soba version of this and subbed in Rice Noodles then switched the seasonings around a bit. Nice summer dish for cooler days.

    Recipe #130185

    From the Philadelphia Inquirer on Raw Food. Posted mainly for my modification eventually.

    Recipe #130061

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