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    Loosely based on a recipe from a country club. The chef would not give out his recipe, so with experimentation and taste bud memory, this is my take on his curried butternut squash soup. Not an exact match but very close! Use your favorite curry powder mix or substitute garam masala is you prefer.

    Recipe #407484

    Got this from an old co-worker. Makes a good main dish served with or on fresh cornbread. Leave out or reduce the amount of chillies if you don't like spicy food. I've posted the vegetarian version, but you can make this with cooked ground beef or bacon added in along with the tomatoes, onion, chilies, etc.

    Recipe #407429

    This recipe came into being one night when trying to use up the last of my somen. Easy and quick to fix, very little clean up time too! For those that don't like tofu, use a firm tofu that has been frozen at least 24hrs and then thawed (this will give the tofu a more "chewy/meaty" texture). Also, if you don't have chili oil, use a tiny pinch of cayenne pepper instead.

    Recipe #397944

    If jalapeños are too hot for your palate, use another type of chili.

    Recipe #380766

    Toss with your choice of pasta or on top of wild rice.

    Recipe #380671

    Just a vegan soup I came up with this past winter. Freezes and reheats well. Adjust the amount of water for a thiner or ticker soup.

    Recipe #371723

    Came up with this recipe while trying to use up leftover walnuts. This simple salad works well as a starter, side or main course. The watercress makes this a wonderful complement to other peppery foods. Serves well with a peppery foothill California-style Zinfandel.

    Recipe #341996

    A warm, tasty Fall/Winter soup that goes well with hot fresh bread.

    Recipe #341948

    Another recipe I "created" by accident. Is delicious on a sourdough baguette and also as a sandwich spread on whole wheat or rye bread with spinach and melted mozzarella.

    Recipe #231875

    Ever summer my mother and I both make this recipe for BBQs and get-togethers. It is always gone quickly with people looking for more.

    Recipe #231615

    During college I took a Russian history class where, for a grade, we were to bring in an ethnic Russian (or former USSR) dish. This one is from Georgia that I found off of the "www.ruscuisine.com" website. The one I've posted here is a slightly modified version to make it easier (no soaking/cooking of beans). Now I make it whenever I want something flavorful and refreshing.

    Recipe #231406

    Nutritious and flavorful lacto-vegetarian lentil dish.

    Recipe #231396

    Quick, healthy, flavorful vegetarian dish. One of my summer staples.

    Recipe #231233

    Modified for the vegetarian from a tried and true Northern Italian Style Lasagna with Bologna Meat Sauce recipe my mother has used for years. (Original recipe this is based on can be found in the Better Homes and Gardens “Italian Cook Book”, 3rd printing, 1984.)

    Recipe #230991

    A quick and easy flavorful gazpacho. Works well as either an appetizer, side or entrée on a hot summer day for lunch or light dinner.

    Recipe #230980

    Created by accident, it is one of the most requested deserts that I make. A mixture of Rainer and Bing cherries seem to give it an extra special something. Use a non-oak white wine for this recipe. Also, if you are ever in Northern California, near the town of Placerville, stop by Latcham Vineyards and pick up a bottle of their Muscat Canelli & Gold Rush White wines. They are the original wines used in this recipe and easily the tastiest I've used to make it. If you're not into wine, substitute the amount for your choice of pure fruit juice.

    Recipe #230975


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