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    Plain and simple comfort food. Not to mention very economical! Black eyes are one of my favorite things to grow in the garden. I think every Southerner knows you have to eat Black-eyes on New Years but we love them any day of the year. They make a fantastic meatless meal if you leave the bacon out or a meal with less meat with it in. These are amazing served with fresh sliced tomatoes and hot cornbread with melting butter. A heavenly meal for a Texan, a Southerner or anyone who can enjoy a meal that doesn't necessarily include a big hunk of meat. I have even done this with no meat at all and it was just as delicious.

    Recipe #312147

    This is the BEST thing My Mother in law makes and I can't wait for the okra to grow in the summer so I can pair garden fresh okra with garden sweet tomatoes! Yum! A Texas 1015 onion is best here but any sweet onion will do. If you can't get your hands on a sweet onion, try adding just a pinch- LARGE pinch of granulated sugar to the dish. I love to douse this with black pepper but please salt and pepper to taste. Cooked this way you will not have the SLIME issue! Enjoy!

    Recipe #309730

    This is a dessert found when searching for South African recipes. Typical in Zimbabwe but commonly found in other South Africa regions. Passion-fruit juice may be obtained in gourmet food and specialty shops. If not available, use apricot nectar. Cook time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #309480

    This will really be a hit with the kids!

    Recipe #309434

    A very different way to spice up the same old chicken! Plus a name that may unspire kids to get excited about the recipe! I found this recipe while searching the web. Minor changes have been made to make this even better! NOTE: One pound shelled and deveined shrimp can be added to or substituted for the chicken.

    Recipe #309431

    These treats are wonderful and are NOT FRIED! Delicious shrimp and veggies do the tuck and roll in a rice paper sheet and are snug and waiting for you to enjoy! Try dipping them in some recipe #137729 or any Asian style dipping sauce you prefer. The mint is key to the flavor here and really comes through well. As the name implies they are great in Spring- or any season- and making them will not heat your kitchen up while you cook. You can see a video of how to roll here: http://www.mysuncoast.com/Global/story.asp?s=7800990

    Recipe #306044

    Yum! Make sure to serve with more wine and a great crusty bread to get all the delicious broth! This is also great with a squirt of fresh lemon or some chopped green onions as a garnish. Some even love to add a small dab of horseradish or even some good smoky bbq sauce. Experiment and try what you like. To really get the clams to cook quickly sometimes I will even place an old pot with boiling water or broth in it on the grill to add some steam. Adding some aromatics to the pot also seems to add to the flavor or the clams really well. This serves 6 as an appy or 2 as a meal if you include some bread and a green salad. Of course I could probably finish the whole lot of them off all by myself! lol Hope you enjoy this simple yet delicious dish!

    Recipe #300176

    Easy and economical. Ideal for rinsing produce when you cannot get or afford to buy Organic. Removes a lot of residue like chemicals, pesticides and other matter quickly and easily. I saw this on Oprah and had to share! NOTE: Make sure to mix this in a DEEP pitcher. The baking soda and vinegar will react and foam everywhere if you do not. (just ask any elementary school kid who has ever made a volcano for science class)

    Recipe #300169

    Saw Guy Fieri make this and it looked very yummy !

    Recipe #299938

    I plan to make this for my dd's bridal shower. Looks fast and easy yet impressive! Low fat and low cal too! The fruit can be changed up to whatever is in season or colors that you want to use. You can even make this ahead of time and then just slice and plate when needed, Adapted from a recipe found on realsimple.com.

    Recipe #299134

    Looking for something impressive but oh so easy? This simple and delicious dish would make a great 'date night' dinner or even doubled for a dinner party. Tilapia is a really mild fish without that 'fishy' taste making this a great recipe for people who do not like fish and a wonderful meal for those who do! Pesto and tomatoes are so lovely and aromatic together and roasting allows the flavors to intensify. What a simple way to create an incredibly delicious dish. In order to soak up every delicious drop I would serve this over a simple rice like my Recipe#137364 or serve it with a good crusty bread. Adding a simple green salad and a wonderful bottle of wine would make this meal totally rock! I would serve it with Chateau Ste Michele Dry Riesling. I found this recipe on http://ellysaysopa.com/2008/03/03/fish-for-people-who-dont-like-fish/ Of course I did change up a few things that I thought would make it even better. My mouth was watering so much when I read this recipe that I had to share it with you as fast as I could! If you try this before I get to the store and am able to make it please let me know what you think! After Breezermom's helpful comment I edited the directions for the pesto and lemon juice so the pesto is not runny. Thanks breezer!

    Recipe #290644

    This yummy crumb cake gets put together the night before to make your morning easier! Blueberries contain beneficial anti-oxidants so have another slice! From the Schramm House Bed & Breakfast, Burlington, Iowa. Time does not include storing in refrigerator overnight.

    Recipe #290085

    Not your normal potato soup! It's better! Cabbage and carrot hide in the broth and bring out a hint of sweetness. Trying to get someone to eat their veggies? Try this! This is THE potato soup I have been making forever! Healthy, hearty and filling yet EASY and quick to make! Especially if made with leftover potatoes. Cutting the cabbage small really helps this cook fast. Feel free to use whatever meat your family prefers. I use turkey products but any type of meat or even soy would be equally nice. Hope you enjoy! NOTE: I adjusted the amount of liquids here after some very helpful reviews. I tend not to measure when making something I have done for years so I am sure they are much more accurate now! Thanks Peggy and NcM!

    Recipe #284265

    They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day but who has the time to make a good breakfast? Now YOU do! These eggs are done up Migas style- with the corn tortillas IN the eggs themselves! If you think you wont like it that way feel free to skip that. I do recommend wrapping this up in a tortilla though and making it a breakfast taco. Made for RSC 11. Gouda was one of the great ingredients on the list. Feel free to sub a different cheese if you like. Mornings can be hectic but this dish cooks up fast and tasty. So fast that you may want to chop and measure everything before hand so it is ready and waiting. You can even do that the night before! I hope these eggs bring a smile to your face and make your taste buds sing! What a great way to start off the day!

    Recipe #283058

    Wow! Healthy, light AND yummy? How often does that happen! Nicely seasoned chicken over a bed of wilted spinach in garlicky mushroom wine sauce. MMMM! The tomatoes break down quite a bit and flavor the sauce with just the right amount of goodness. Makes a terrific lunch or light meal that can be made even more substantial, if desired, by serving over pasta but filling and yummy as is. We love this with garlic bread or other warm crusty bread which defeats the 'light' purpose but mmmmm bread! Note: Pine nuts can be toasted to release oils and flavor. Toss in dry, hot skillet and and toast for about 1 minute, shaking occasionally or heat in a microwave at 30 second intervals, stir, repeat just until nuts are warm and fragrant. Be careful to stop at that point so they don't overcook, get too hot and burn.

    Recipe #283018

    There is just something about pork and a sweet sauce. This easy and fast dish fits well into a busy weeknight but is dressy enough for company. Topped with a sweet honey pecan glaze that will tempt even the pickiest eaters. The cayenne really makes this come to life, however if you have little ones please feel free to reduce or eliminate it. The small amount here is just enough to tingle your taste buds not set your mouth on fire.

    Recipe #282913

    Keep your clothes on! Relax! It is a drink! lol

    Recipe #278487

    Yes you can still enjoy the wonderful mouth feel of those cream dishes while watching your waist! This works like a charm!

    Recipe #269311

    All the calzone taste without all of the work! Watching Rachael Ray make her version inspired me to share mine with you! PLEASE use whatever toppings you like. The more add ins the better this is! Like RR says- this is more a method than a recipe! Play with your food and make this with the things you like to eat!

    Recipe #261422

    A wonderful way to cook winter squash on the stove top. The cider forms a tart-sweet glaze and the herbs add a fresh note. Peeling the squash seems to be easier imho if I microwave the whole, uncut squash in the microwave for about 5 minutes. Let it cool before trying to peel. Different varieties of winter squash like butternut or acorn can be used. Some do hold their shape better than others though.

    Recipe #259819

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