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    I think I would eat anything, as long as it was cooked in coconut milk (not an assertion I really want to test). This is from Sundays at Moosewood.

    Recipe #176928

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe. Rest assured that I won't change the recipe, though...it seems to be pretty popular as is. Enjoy! Source: tom Douglas

    Recipe #37634

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account, and I haven't tried it yet. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe. I won't change the recipe, though...it seems that people like it the way it is.

    Recipe #48589

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account, and I haven't tried it yet. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe. I won't change the recipe, though...it seems that people like it the way it is. Enjoy!

    Recipe #37657

    From Sundays at Moosewood. I know this has a pretty bizarre name, but the casserole itself is pretty standard comfort food.

    Recipe #182184

    This is my favorite way to eat greens. You don't cook them for too long, so they retain most of their nutrients, too.

    Recipe #184425

    This is a quick and easy egg salad recipe...and it's just a little different than the usual. I hope you like it!

    Recipe #187206

    From Moosewood. I would call this more of a casserole than a frittata, but I will honor the wishes of the original recipe writer. :) This is a nice addition to a brunch menu.

    Recipe #184390

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account. It's a nice, simple potato casserole; very satisfying. Next time I make it, I will toss the potatoes with most of the butter, rather than leaving the butter in the bottom of the casserole. I will also drizzle the top with some butter (the breadcrumbs don't seem to brown, otherwise). I hope you like it!

    Recipe #43798

    Yes, they're meatless and lowfat, but they taste good, too. Don't substitute any other type of vinegar for the balsamic...this much regular vinegar on vegetables will just give you pickles, whereas the balsamic makes them taste a little sweet.

    Recipe #177067

    Yeah, I know this looks a little odd, but it's really good. "Sundays at Moosewood" describes it as a baked cheese fondue...I suppose that's pretty accurate.

    Recipe #176742

    From Sundays at Moosewood. This is a nice refreshing side salad. It's great for summer...no cooking!

    Recipe #182185

    Adapted from "Take a Tin of Tuna" by Joie Warner.

    Recipe #224675

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account, and I haven't tried it yet. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe.

    Recipe #56736

    This is a delicious, simple, and inexpensive recipe. You can make it even easier by using the vegetables raw, rather than blanching them. I'd bet that regular lentils would work well in this, too.

    Recipe #176272

    This recipe was the one that convinced me I was finally over my childhood aversion to mushrooms. It comes from "The Moosewood Cookbook" by Mollie Katzen, the book that basically taught me how to cook (and Mom, of course). This is not really a loaf (it's in a 9 x 13 pan), but I am going to honor the original chef's wishes and continue to label it so. Artistic license, I guess.

    Recipe #176561

    This is a nice substitution for beef jerky, as it provides the saltiness and smoky flavor (it has been a long time since I've had real beef jerky, though, so I may not be the best judge). The texture will not be the same, of course, but it is chewy and satisfying. Enjoy!

    Recipe #177157

    This is straight out of "How to Be a Domestic Goddess," though I'd love to take credit for it. It's so delicious. Admittedly, it makes way too much; I usually make a half-batch. I especially like this as a topping for Italian cheesecake. Yum!

    Recipe #176302

    This is a nice, simple salad that requires a minimum of effort and no actual cooking...always nice on hot summer days. As with most vegetable salads, amounts are approximate (I often trade the tomatoes for carrots or peas).

    Recipe #176401

    This is a very moist, very sweet cake. I like it a lot with coffee. UPDATE: I have corrected the recipe, and the batter now contains 1 cup of sugar. Thanks to Cookgirl for catching my mistake, and my apologies to anyone who might have been inconvenienced. :o

    Recipe #198504

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