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    I found the original of this recipe on theshiksa.com, a blog about Kosher foods. I tailored it to our likes and dietary constraints. Then in another episode of rushing in where angels fear to tread, I doubled the recipe and served it at a congregational dinner. Lots of lip-smacks from the crowd. Yay, we have a winner!

    Recipe #476123

    We almost never eat beef, but I love onion soup. A little experimentation - and left over rotisserie chicken from the supermarket deli -- brought forth this yummy version of an old classic. And yes, I know the original doesn't have meat present in the soup, but hey, it was my experiment, ya know? ;)

    Recipe #475802

    I first made this wonderful soup in Jan. 2004 for my business's wine and cheese party. It was a smash hit! Over the years I've lost it and just found it again. It was published by Cooking Light Magazine in Nov. 2000. I've made a couple of changes for personal preference. Simply yummy!

    Recipe #467046

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    Just saw this recipe via video by Carlos Salazar of LifeMatters.ws. Logging here for safekeeping and happy eating!

    Recipe #450015

    DH and I aim to get more bang for our nutritional buck at mealtime. We recently learned that pinto beans and salmon boost the messenger RNA that keeps our cells programmed correctly. I am not a scientist by any stretch of the imagination ... all I know is that this filling soup is tasty, tasty, tasty! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #448475

    2 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    When I was growing up, veggies were boiled beyond recognition and then buttered into submission; and for a long while that is all I knew. Last year, DH a/k/a "Mr. Wonderful" and I started incorporating more Raw Food into our diets and were pleased with the renewed vitality and strength. Somewhere along in the research for this change in lifestyle, I saw a mention of Kale Chips and their health benefits (vitamins A, C and K; carotenoids that protect eyes from UV rays and cataracts and tons of fiber for happy, healthy innards.) Great! Now, if they're tasty, we've got a deal. I'm here to tell you, we have a great deal!! These tasty little darlings are addictive. DH thinks they are great "football" food!

    Recipe #445827

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    While at my DS's house, we played with our favorite Garlic Herb Challah #166356 and came up with this yummy version using cracked black pepper and Parmesan cheese. Although written here for mixing by hand (they are afraid to buy a bread maker for fear of turning into a 3-loaf-of-bread-per-week family. I understand their angst! ;D) you could pile everything into the Automatic Bread Machine and relax

    Recipe #424499

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    Although elsewhere this recipe has been called a 'Cheddar Sauce' .... although delish, cheddar it is not! I've made it thick and served as a sandwich filling topped with sprouts on a Ezekiel type bread; I've made it thinner and used it as a salad dressing and a veggie dip. I usually make this once a week so that healthy snacks will be available when the 'hungries' strike!

    Recipe #417150

    A little of this and a little of that made the rounds in the Vita-Mix and DH loved it. [That's always a good thing!] From refrigerator to serving bowls in less than 10 minutes and I loved it!

    Recipe #415481

    It was a classic case of too much month left at the end of my money and I was in a pinch for what to serve for dinner. These are all things we had on hand and the assembly was super quick (I like that!) and the family loved it (I like that even better!) If you've not sprouted lentils before, it couldn't be easier, but it does take a 2-3 day lead time. See Sharon123's recipe #204489 for instructions and tips. Thanks again Sharon for the inspiration to sprout!

    Recipe #413127

    When life hands you beets and carrots there's a salad in your future! This colorful, delicious combination is great as a side salad or a whole meal. A food processor makes this quick and easy.

    Recipe #410444

    3 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    Found this on RawFoodHealthShow.com with Paul and Andrea Nison. Served it to a bunch of omnivores and they loved it! The vegetarians were THRILLED! I'm sharing here so I don't lose track of it. It was too good to not do again! The four hours 'cooking' time is the time in the freezer and refrigerator to set up the "cake".

    Recipe #408123

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    Having recently decided to eat more raw foods, I was pressed to contribute a dish to a dinner party held by a friend, so that DH and I would have something raw to eat. And so this dish was born out of what veggies we had on hand and what appealed to us. My friend's dinner guests swarmed all over the veggie dish I brought and asked for the recipe. So who had a recipe? A little brain storming brought the ingredients back into focus. I hope you enjoy this!

    Recipe #408062

    Wanting 'just a little something' to take the edge off of mid-afternoon hunger pangs, a collection of oddments became a taste sensation for me and DH.

    Recipe #396108

    2 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    While busy choking, gasping and wheezing with a bad cold, a friend asked, "Have you tried onion syrup?" I had never heard of it, so she sent me some internet links and lo and behold, "everyone" has heard of it but me!! Here is my simplified version. Cook time is "setting" time for the syrup, but you should be able to get a spoonful in about 2 hours if needed.

    Recipe #374232

    This recipe and I have been fast friends ever since a fellow student gave it to me in Massage School almost 20 years ago. Excellent!!

    Recipe #329840

    2 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    This won rave reviews from my DH. Simple prep and full bodied flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329779

    2 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    In a squeeze for a dessert that would serve about 30, I combined things at hand for this tasty treat. It didn't serve 30 by the way ... people were getting seconds before everyone was served!

    Recipe #314865

    Spring-boarded from others on Zaar ... a tweak here and there and voila! Prep time is measuring ingredients and loading into bread machine. Cook time is proofing/resting/ baking time.

    Recipe #309465

    A friend's gift of a cabbage from his garden had me scrambling for a recipe. I love stuffed cabbage but not the work. So with a little bit of this and that, this one pot meal was born. DH loved it and gleefully devoured left overs.

    Recipe #303384

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