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    The local grocery had artichokes on sale and I made up some sauce to go with a plain steamed 'choke. By itself the sauce tastes a bit strong, but when added to the unseasoned artichoke it's just right. The mustard sounds "odd", but adds a depth and flavor, making the sauce much tastier than just plain butter and salt.

    Recipe #344676

    I didn't see any recipes for cherry brownies that don't use pie filling or box mix, so I came up with my own. The cherries make the brownies very moist and add subtle fruit flavor. I bet you could use other canned or cooked fruits in this (berries, peaches, pears) with good effect. The base brownie recipe comes from "The Wise Encyclopedia of Cookery" ca. 1949 and it's still a super recipe.

    Recipe #310457

    No claims to authenticity with this recipe. I was super intrigued by the can of "duck" at the Chinese grocery and I made up a recipe to use it. The thick, tangy sauce goes well with the "meaty" duck substitute and eggplant. If you can't find the vegetarian duck at your grocery store, I'd substitute seitan since that appears to be the main ingredient in the vegetarian duck. Also, be warned that the recipe is kind of salty. If you prefer less-salty foods you could use less soy sauce (still adding water to make 3/4 cup) and be sure to rinse the "duck" extra well.

    Recipe #294112

    I wanted to make a chile relleno casserole for a potluck, but didn't love any the recipes I saw. So I combined several recipes and made my own version. It has lots of green chiles and both jack and longhorn cheese, for maximum Tex-Mex appeal. The final dish is great to take for a potluck dinner, but can also be served for breakfast and brunch. It's best just out of the oven when the egg batter is fluffy, but it is still good reheated or even served at room temperature. A few notes about the ingredients. You should try to use the best canned green chiles you can find because they give the casserole most of its flavor. The whole canned ones from a name brand (e.g. Hatch) work well. Store-brand diced green chiles will produce a less flavorful result. Home-roasted and peeled fresh green chiles (like a poblano) would be excellent, but I don't usually have the patience for that. Also, the tomato/chile sauce I'm referring to for topping the casserole is a Mexican-American brand, El Pato. It comes in small (8 oz) yellow cans and has a duck (pato?) on the can. It's quite spicy and is the closest canned product I can find to the relleno sauces I'm used to, which are more tomato-y than a standard enchilada sauce. Leftover El Pato is great on eggs or tortillas or just about any Mexican dish. In a pinch, though, you could use red chile enchilada sauce or blend up some Ro-tel until it's not chunky. Don't substitute plain tomato sauce, it doesn't have enough flavor.

    Recipe #293800

    A mild and sweet vegetable soup made more filling with red lentils and rutabagas. If you don't like rutabagas, potatoes could be substituted, but the rutabagas do add a special spicy sweetness. Use a good vegetable boullion for this (I like Rapunzel) because its flavor will dominate the dish.

    Recipe #283985

    A flavorful, hearty main that is low fat and vegan. The "twist" is foregoing tomato sauce and including eggplant and chili powder to the filling instead. The filling holds together better than most eggless mixtures of this type and could also be used as a vegetarian loaf. Some nuts or seeds would be a good addition to the filling to provide textural contrast.

    Recipe #280208

    Okra and tomatoes are a classic combo. This is a delicious, spicy variation that's really easy to make. I made this often in college and turned my okra-skeptical roommate into a fan. I like this served over brown rice, but it's also great thinned out into a stew.

    Recipe #279018

    Delicious vegetarian stir-fry with a tangy, spicy sauce. Cooking the tofu and eggplant separately may be a little bit more labor-intensive, but the end result is much better this way.

    Recipe #167095

    Good comfort food for lacto-vegetarians or any tofu lovers. Tofu is baked to firm and crisp it and then it is smothered in a slightly tangy mushroom-onion gravy. This makes a generous amount of gravy so that it can go over potatoes roasted while the tofu cooks.

    Recipe #163427


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