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    My mum used to make this a lot when we lived in England. It is SO healthy and delicious! This soup is very thick. If you prefer a thinner consistency then add some water (or more broth). This is hearty enough for a main meal served with some crusty bread. Thanks mum for letting me share your recipe.

    Recipe #361179

    This came from the New Orleans School of Cooking and is absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #257814

    Delicious! Came from Feb. 2005 Women's Day magazine. Looks very attractive drizzled with olive oil and garnished with chopped parsley.

    Recipe #186469

    Recipe came from Feb. 2005 Women's Day magazine. Very quick and easy to prepare this meal. Use your hands or a wooden spoon to mix the ingredients.

    Recipe #186467

    Another easy and delicious slow cooker recipe. This came from the Feb 2005 Women's Day magazine.

    Recipe #186465

    Came from the Feb. 2005 Women's Day magazine. I am always on the lookout for crock pot recipes and this one is a keeper. Do not use quick cooking barley.

    Recipe #186464

    This is delicious and easy to make! I got the recipe from the New Orleans School of Cooking and have made this numerous time for dinner parties. Enjoy!

    Recipe #158632

    This is the best beef stew I've ever made. It tastes great with a crunchy loaf of bread. I got this recipe from Real Simple (March 2004 edition). You'll need a 4 to 6 quart slow cooker. Browning the beef adds more flavor.

    Recipe #102191

    This came from a Kahlua recipe booklet.

    Recipe #85158

    This is great with vanilla icecream. You can use Fuji, Granny Smith, Braeburn or Gala apples. This came from the Jan Feb 04 issue of Cooking Light.

    Recipe #83105

    Quick and easy recipe. These can be stored in an airtight container but they are best served warm. From the Jan Feb 04 issue of Cooking Light.

    Recipe #83104

    Quick and healthy soup. From the Jan Feb 2004 issue of Cooking Light.

    Recipe #83102

    Another recipe for the skillet! These have a crisp outside btu are soft inside. The recipe came from the Jan Feb 2004 issue of Cooking Light.

    Recipe #83078

    My neighbor made this delicious cake. The cake is moist and has a crisp edge because it is cooked in a cast-iron skillet. She got the recipe from the Jan Feb 2004 Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #83077

    A healthy easy smoothie. You could also grate the lime rind and add that to the smoothie.

    Recipe #83016

    This is from the Williams Sonoma website. They recommend serving it with a fruit compote rather than maple syrup.

    Recipe #82975

    This is from the "moosewood restaurant cooks at home" and I decided to post it since it was such a big hit with my husband who usually avoids cauliflower. Serve with egg noodles or spatzle.

    Recipe #82972

    This is from the "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home" where they suggest serving this dish with curry.

    Recipe #82971

    This is great with scrambled eggs for a brunch, or even served as a filling for burritos. The receipe is from "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home"

    Recipe #82970

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