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    We fell in love with this recipe back at home... it even trumped pizza! It has similar spices (maybe like a "white pizza") and it's relatively fast and easy! Use smaller zucchini's not the massive garden ones... or pick them small and tender. Fresh herbs change the flavor and you must use more, but go with what you like. Served well with fresh fruit/melon and blueberry muffins. Tea rooms eat your heart out!

    Recipe #243796

    This is an easy yummy soup! I "cheat" or rather amend this soup with a can of Campbell's Broccoli Cheese to help bring the flavors together. Don't worry, it's way better than just opening the can :) I serve this with a home made bread or focaccia! Submitted some corrections for the jerk of a critic/editor who, ironically, can't spell! But hey, thanks!

    Recipe #256983

    This is a copycat from our favorite Chinese place: First Wok in Lincoln IL. After trying many many versions all over the net, I finally found the missing ingredient that gives it the sweeter, fruitier taste: Plum sauce. I plan to continue to tweak this recipe, but here it is for the record! 4/29/9 Reformulating this recipe to more of the First Wok taste: Tried starting with a bottle of plum juice (might try from concentrate) add 1/4 c brown sugar, honey, sherry, tiny bit of hoisin, soy sauce (sparingly). Dash of ginger, garlic to taste. Marinate meats in sherry and vinegar, lots of garlic, small amt ginger, salt. Better to have the sauce sweeter (almost syrupy) and meats more of other flavors.

    Recipe #344280

    Almost called this Squashalsauce it's such a great accompaniment to pork chops. This was easy and could also be done with a butternut squash or pumpkin. The curry is up to you. 3/4 of the family felt it improved it, but unfortunately didn't know my husband didn't like the stuff. I prepared my hubbard squash a week earlier (baked it whole with a lid cut out on the top for 2 hours) and froze it in baggies, but you can also use canned pumpkin.

    Recipe #342155

    A quick and easy recipe with few and inexpensive ingredients. We made this when we were kids and I was exited to make it again! I served it with beef rice (the cheap packet kind) but you can make a fussier style if you like. We all loved it!

    Recipe #235734


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