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    This thick and spicy curried lentil soup comes from The Vegetarian Gourmet.

    Recipe #222947

    This is from Step-By-Step Spanish Cooking. Dough can be made in the bread machine if desired. Adding any vegetables you like makes the recipe even better!

    Recipe #222794

    It's so simple; it's pretty much cheating. This is a great summer salad for a hot day. Can be a side dish or lunch salad. Nice for pot lucks also.

    Recipe #222788

    When I was pregnant several summers ago, I loved this light, cool salad. It is meant to be a side dish for 4-6, but my husband and I ate it as a main dish for 2. Cook time does not include 15 minutes marinating time.

    Recipe #222786

    A delicious vegetarian tomato and bell pepper stew that hits the spot. Lots of spots, really. Lots of happy spots. This serves about 4 if you are making it for a main dish, and will serve 6 if it is a side.

    Recipe #208019

    This could probably be sold in a jar as "Insta-Lentil Goodness: Add Water and Boil." I think it would cost $3. Any variety of spices can be used...sometimes I'm lazy and just buy a can of diced tomatoes that is already flavored with Italian spices or Zesty Chili flavor, or whatever. I also throw in a tablespoon of cumin and/or chili powder from time to time. Sometimes I don't add any spices and enjoy the simple flavors by themselves.

    Recipe #207083

    One of my goals in life is to make as many delicious things from potatoes as possible...They're so CHEAP! I absolutely could not believe how good this was. I'm a beginning cook, so it was a little intimidating how attentive I had to be to the chowder-making process, but that's just the way chowders are--and this was SO worth it. I've cooked it for everyone I know, so they think I'm some kind of fancy kitchen goddess. It's simply lovely to make on a chilly night (isn't it pleasant to huddle near delicious-smelling steam rising off of yummy food when it's cold out there?), and I like to serve it with beer bread. I often add more veggies than the recipes calls for, and have used all different kinds of cheeses as well.

    Recipe #206842

    This was the first bread I made by hand and I fell in love with it. It's pretty versatile--I've been able to make all kinds of alterations without screwing it up. It has a beautiful crust and is so moist and fluffy. You can use this to make one large loaf, or make six ropes and braid two smaller loaves for Shabbos.

    Recipe #206831

    I love eggplants. I love couscous. I love feta. I also love stuffing things with other things, so while I haven't made this yet, I can't imagine it won't be good...

    Recipe #206738

    Every year we go to the orchard, and I have to find 5,000 things to do with apples. This is one of my favorites. (Just make sure your diners are clear it's beef and APPLE stew, because, ya know, apples and POTATOES look very similar in stew, but the taste buds get a little freaked out if they're expecting the other;-)

    Recipe #206552

    This is probably an adaptation from a Betty Crocker casserole recipe. I love the garlic punch and the hearty wild rice flavor. Also, since rice has a tendency to turn to sludge in the slow cooker, wild rice is a great alternative because it is so much more firm and doesn't squish. The original called for bone-in/skin pieces, but that made the whole thing beyond tender and juicy--more like mushy. My family loves this, and I love how easy it is to make it for them. *EDIT: Some cooks are finding that the rice gets too mushy; I recently tried adding the rice to the crock pot about 30 minutes before serving. This keeps the rice more firm. Enjoy!

    Recipe #206533

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