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    this is an amazing sweet yet savory sidedish. I only made half a recipe, but it made a lot!! also, you may need to add some extra water because the dried fruit soaks up some water. also, start off with only one teaspoon of cinnamon before adding the other. you may find that one is enough for your taste.

    Recipe #312710

    This is from The Best of International Cooking book. for ZWT Greece

    Recipe #305331

    A very easy very yummy taco soup. This version is vegetarian but you can add shredded chicken very easily.

    Recipe #264546

    Spaghetti squash is my new favorite fun food. I never knew that there was a vegetable that was so much like pasta! This recipe won a Taste of Home competition and I can taste why! This simple vegetarian sauce is a great topper for the squash "This fabulous, meatless main dish is a great way to get the kids to eat lots of vegetables … and a great way for you to use some of the fresh harvest from your garden. — Kathryn Pehl, Prescott, Ariz."

    Recipe #261872

    I found this recipe in a Best of International Cooking Book that I have been dying to try. So of course I say to myself, thats perfect for ZWT3 France! Perfect for a breakfast thats full of flavor!

    Recipe #233028

    A great vegetable and rice combination! Can be used as a side dish or a meatless one dish meal. From Vegetarian Times magazine.

    Recipe #223768

    These are very cute and very tasty little dinner rolls. They are sweeter than normal ones because of the honey, but make a good companion to food none the less. Perfect for Easter because of their cute bunny shapes! Just make sure that you plan ahead to make these because it takes times for them to rise and to shape them. i think they taste better warm and are more of a dense sweet bread good with coffee or tea

    Recipe #221165

    I have been making this apple crisp every year for Thanksgiving and other holidays for 10 years! Ms. Lamorte, my first grade teacher made it with the whole class and it instantly became a tradition to make every year. It is very simple, but so full of flavor. We always serve it hot with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #218710

    A very moist and yummy quick bread. I got this recipe from a Gilligan's Island cookbook. It is named in honor of Mr. Howell, who was a loyal alumni of Harvard. I made this with fat-free cherry flavored yogurt and added some raisins and I loved the taste! I also didn't use as much oil as the recipe called for but it still was very moist!

    Recipe #218555

    This is a recipe, I was quite sure what it was before I made it, but it turned out to be very similar to apple crisp. However the raisins are a very nice addition and the crisp is mixed in, not on top. It goes well with icecream or can be reheated by itself for breakfast. *I only used half of the butter recommended and it turned out just fine*

    Recipe #218553

    a scrumptious coffeecake good for anytime of the year. Just be careful that you don't under bake it. I thought I cooked it long enough, but it turned out that I didn't and it was quite soft in the middle. That didn't affect the taste however!

    Recipe #215956

    We have an abundance of cheerios at our house right now, so I had an urge to make something out of them. I found this recipe for muffins at Cheerios.com. very yummy! I didn't use the oil though because the muffins had all the applesauce in them. It still turned out good.

    Recipe #214118

    I wanted something different than the usual wheat bread, so I made this recipe with half wheat and half white flour and I am so glad I did. The best part is shaping the bread. I was scared to at first, but it actually turned out to be very simple and fun! The herbs give this bread such a tasty and unique flavor! **Also I didn't use rapid rise yeast, so I had to let the dough rise a lot longer then said here. About an hour for each time**

    Recipe #211743

    We have a Mrs. Field's cookie book that I love to try new recipes out of. I found pumpkin on sale and I had been itching to try this recipe, so I made it. They are a tasty little cookie, good with Chai tea! Enjoy!

    Recipe #209940

    These muffins are amazing! The recipe is from a can of Libby's pumpkin. We absolutely love these things! It is hard to eat just one!

    Recipe #203686

    These cookies are really good! And they only have a little bit of butter in them! You can add raisins to them, or you can use chocolate chips instead! They are moist and tasty. One healthy recipe my family actually liked! makes 4 dozen

    Recipe #203676

    From the New York Times: This luxurious pizza is topped with tender caramelized onions spread over a creamy mixture of ricotta, Parmesan cheese and chopped Swiss chard.

    Recipe #460733

    From Culinary Germany. A moist delicious stollen that can be easily made vegan

    Recipe #447523

    This recipe is a prevention recipe published by Cleveland Clinic. My grandma saw this in a booklet she got and gave it to me knowing I love healthy bean salad things. The garlic makes this soo good. Here is the health info included with the recipe: According to the American Dietetics Association, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, including beans, is linked with a lower risk of lung, oral, esophageal, stomach and colon cancer. At this point, it’s not clear which components in vegetables and fruits are most protective against cancer. So enjoy a variety of whole foods naturally-rich in nutrients. Fill at least two-thirds of your plate with vegetables, fruits, whole grains and beans. Also, eating a diet rich in these plant-based foods can help you stay at a healthy weight.

    Recipe #444947

    It was just a normal December night and I was ravenous from spending a few hours writing a paper. I took a break for dinner and decided to eat at Risley Dining Hall. Cornell University Dining is known for their good food, and risley for their gourmet vegan food, but this was AMAZING! After eating this wonderful dish, I was in heaven, I had to ask for the recipe. The chef was very happy to give it to me. You HAVE to try it.

    Recipe #402453

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