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    Even with spinach, this is a favorite in my home. We usually serve with diced tomatoes, guacamole, and sour cream as optional toppings.

    Recipe #471872

    I created this on the fly one evening, and even my very picky son liked it well enough that he wants to have it again. You can save some time by cooking the lentils and couscous while the vegetables simmer. I serve it as a vegetarian main dish, but it could be a side dish just as easily. Za'tar is a mixture of thyme and sesame seeds, and sumac is a citrus-flavored spice that is made from crushed sumac berries--NOT to be confused with American poison sumac that is not edible. Both can be purchased in Mediterranean grocery stores or online.

    Recipe #452355

    This is inspired by a standard tabouli recipe, but the end result only remotely resembles tabouli. Make ahead and put in the fridge to chill. Keeps for a few days. Add ingredients to taste. Substitute and/or add things based on what's in the fridge or the garden. Makes 4-6 servings as a main dish, 8-10 servings as a side dish.

    Recipe #433734

    My family likes this recipe a lot, and it's part of our traditional Thanksgiving meal. If you make this ahead of time, wait and add the cheese right before serving, after reheating the beans. You can also serve the beans without the cheese and let guests add cheese when serving.

    Recipe #400782

    This is a raw-egg mousse that should not be served to those with compromised immune systems. I have made the recipe many times though, with no problems. You can use kirsch, brandy, strong coffee, or another flavor extract to change the taste.

    Recipe #274027

    This is adapted from a recipe in Jane Brody's Good Food cookbook. It is quick and easy to make. Serve with bread or crackers for an inexpensive winter supper. You can substitute or add other root vegetables (turnips, parsnip, etc.) to your taste or what's on sale at the store.

    Recipe #192887


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