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    Swaziland, officially the Kingdom of Swaziland, sometimes called Ngwane or Swatini, is a landlocked country in southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique. Swaziland’s swooping slopes are dotted with crops; where the Swazi grow fresh produce. Swazi Salads almost always include avocado, lettuce, onion, and beets. Here is a nice version from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #507993

    This yummy recipe from Whole Foods is made easy using jarred pasta sauce. For even more flavor, add chopped pitted olives to the meatball mixture. Let the kids help roll the meatballs.

    Recipe #507991

    A new twist on a classic grilled cheese sandwich! Enjoy with a nice bowl of tomato soup for comfort food on a cold day. Recipe courtesy Greg Morris for Food Network Magazine. I made a few adjustments using veggie bacon.

    Recipe #507950

    I haven't tried this yet, but looks so good, I'm putting it here for safekeeping. Recipe courtesy Ree Drummond, from the show The Pioneer Woman, Episode: Make Ahead Marvels

    Recipe #507852

    This from the show Pioneer Woman with Ree Drummond. This recipe is different from the other one posted. You can use other berries and it turns out delicious! I'm trying to eat healthier but this is such a treat. Enjoy!

    Recipe #507851

    Recipe courtesy Ree Drummond, from the show Big House Cleanup. Yum!

    Recipe #507850

    Filled to the brim with sunflower seeds, pistachios (or your favorite nut), peanut butter, and flaxseed meal, they pack a punch full of texture, heart healthy fats, and fiber. Plus, they're delicious and incredibly satisfying. Easy to make and loaded with flavor, you can customize these granola bars to include your favorite ingredients. For example, you can substitute any kind of chopped nuts for the sunflower seeds or peanuts, or swap out a different kind of nut butter in place of the peanut butter. It is important that you use ground flaxseeds, available at natural food stores. If you buy whole flaxseeds, you can grind them at home in your spice grinder. If you're gluten-sensitive, be sure your oats are gluten-free. For soy-free, use a soy-free vegan butter. From Robin Roberson's new book Nut Butter Universe and posted on The Vegan Chickpea. I love Robin's recipes!

    Recipe #507840

    This is a simple easy recipe to make soy milk. This preparation is affordable and convenient for many families to add to other infant formula recipes. Soy products, especially commercial products, have proven difficult to digest for some infants and they can even cause allergies, so either be sure your children can handle it or use other milk substitutes.

    Recipe #507790

    Only takes a few minutes to make and is great as a salad dressing and also as a spread for burgers and sandwiches. From Aaron McCargo on Big Daddy's House on foodnetwork.

    Recipe #507784

    A classic, and for good reason! Recipe adapted from Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen by Trisha Yearwood.

    Recipe #507783

    Pancakes brought to the midwest and passed down from Amy's friend's grandmother in Fargo, North Dakota. Recipe courtesy Amy Thielen, Show: Heartland Table, Episode: Fargo(on foodnetwork)

    Recipe #507782

    Smoky spicy flavored chipotles, mixed with some peanut butter and roasted red peppers, makes this hummus come out super creamy and is jam packed with flavor. The cilantro cools it down a bit and adds some pretty flecks of green, totally perfect for serving at your next gathering with loads of veggies and crackers. Adapted from the Vegan Cookbook Aficionado.

    Recipe #507770

    Make your own oat milk! This is a great tasting option that can be made very quickly and easily from 3 simple whole ingredients: oats, salt and water. You do need to soak the oats overnight, so start soaking the night before you plan to make it. There are several benefits associated with drinking oat milk, including prevention of cancer, stroke and heart disease. Oat milk has no lactose or cholesterol, and is full of vitamin E, fiber and folate. Unlike other dairy alternatives, oat milk can be made easily (and cheaply) at home. Oat milk also contains thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, copper and manganese. From Veggies and Me.

    Recipe #507769

    You might love this so much, you will give up red sauce completely! I will be using mushrooms to replace the chicken to make this vegetarian.Adapted from grilling.com and found posted on Jenn's Food Journey

    Recipe #507768

    A delicious pizza! You can use the pizza crust here or make your own or buy one. I have 5 pounds of garlic right now, so this is a great way to use some of it. This does take some time, so make the sauce the night before. Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse from the show Pizza Pizzaz.

    Recipe #507767

    Inspired by the Argentine chef, Francis Mallman, and streamlined for the home cook by Sasha Martin(and modified slightly by me), this is wonderful comfort food on a cold day. Makes enough for a light meal, or use it as an impressive starter in a larger feast.

    Recipe #507481

    Chimichurri has its roots in Argentina, where it is usually slathered over grilled meat. Here, it lends spicy, garlicky goodness to a hearty bowl of sweet potatoes and quinoa. For optimum flavor, use larger amount of spices. I have tweeked this just a tad. From Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #507478

    From Bobby Flay's Barbeque Addiction, Argentina on the Grill. Yum!

    Recipe #507467

    These croutons are brilliant sprinkled over gratins and salads, also soups and panzanella salad. From Chef Yotam Ottolenghi and posted in The Guardian

    Recipe #507397

    You MUST give these fries a try. They are a low calorie fix for when you are really craving some salty fried goodness. Simple to make, they require a little TLC for crispiness but it is soo worth the effort. Serve with anything, but especially turkey burgers and sandwiches. You can dip them in anything you like and each serving of fries has ONLY 75 calories! Yum yum! Tips for crispy fries: 1. Soak the cut fries in salted water for at least an hour. I have no scientific reason as to why this works, but it does. The soaked batches crisped much better than the unsoaked batches. 2. Space fries at least 1″ apart on all sides. Overcrowding leads to sogginess 3. Flip fries halfway through the cooking time. Unfortunately, this has to be done by hand. Be careful cause they’re hot. 4. Cook fries on a cooling rack. That way air circulates around them as they cook. 5. If you don’t have a cooling rack or (like me) only own a small one, cook the fries on parchment paper. Again, I have no explanation for this except it works. The batch I baked on tin foil did not come out well. 6. Pat fries completely dry before tossing with olive oil. Get rid of all excess water or else they will steam rather than bake in the oven. From Dara at generationyfoodie.

    Recipe #507334

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