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    The unique taste and texture of radish kimchi pairs surprisingly well with scrambled eggs. I've made this dish for many skeptics, and they've all loved it. The "4-6 pieces of radish" refers to the root, but I usually include a few pieces of radish green too. You can find radish kimchi at many Asian food stores.

    Recipe #421243

    I love sushi for the ways in which the textures and flavours of its ingredients are uniquely highlighted. This unusual sounding roll was inspired by a favourite dish of mine, peanut butter and pickle sandwiches (like those described in recipe #104084), in which creamy, nutty peanut butter perfectly compliments the crisp texture and garlicky tang of dill pickles. It's unusual, but delicious! I eat this sushi roll with the usual condiments - tamari, wasabi, and pickled ginger. I've used peanut butter in many other sushi inventions as well, enjoying it with carrot, red peppers, green onions, etc. I haven't included cooking directions for sushi rice with this recipe, since there are several recipes for sushi rice posted on RecipeZaar already (i.e. Recipe #55243, Recipe #119373, etc.) Recently, I've been making all of my sushi using short-grain brown rice, for the additional health benefits. NOTE: My directions assume some level of sushi-making experience.

    Recipe #271428

    A flavourful and nutritious soup, high in fiber and protein.

    Recipe #256645

    This is a refreshing, colourful, and nutritious salad.

    Recipe #256640

    I serve this with a cheddar cornbread ring.

    Recipe #256575

    Serve this dip with tortilla chips, pita, crackers, or fresh vegetables. It doesn't last very long, so eat it soon after preparing.

    Recipe #256547

    I remember making this sweet and tangy relish with my aunt when I was younger. Unfortunately, it's an older recipe, and some of the details are lacking. I'm not sure what the yield is.

    Recipe #256543

    An update on the classic peanut butter sandwich, from Bon Apetit magazine.

    Recipe #241320

    This is a simple but extremely tasty rice and lentil dish. Don't be intimidated by the long list of ingredients - most of them are spices. This recipe is from Roz Denny's 'The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook.'

    Recipe #241319

    This recipe requires a fair amount of work and ingredients, but it's definitely worth the effort for the exquisite end product. Make this for a special occasion, or prepare it in advance and keep it in your freezer. This is best frozen in parts: the crepes should be frozen interleaved with greaseproof paper (i.e. wax paper) and wrapped in foil, and the sauces should be frozen separately. This recipe is from Roz Denny's 'The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook'

    Recipe #241317

    This makes an easy, delicious, and elegant breakfast dish. Experiment with your choice of fruit.

    Recipe #241280

    I got this recipe from a Milk callendar. It is moist, flavourful, attractive, and incredibly easy to make. Perfect as an accompaniament to chilli.

    Recipe #241269

    (Note: recipe has been corrected - please use 1 cup of milk, not 2) These scones are lighter than many and easy to make. They tend to dry out after the first day, so store any left-overs in an airtight container. Over the years, my dad has made many variations on this recipe, substituting the currents with dried cranberries or dried strawberries and often adding lemon or orange zest. They're also great plain, if you're not a fan of dried fruit. I eat mine warm with butter and honey.

    Recipe #241268

    This recipe is from Mary and John McDougall's "All You Can Eat Cookbook". It's a delicious twist on oatmeal. This is great with chopped dates, strawberries, blueberries, etc.

    Recipe #241264

    My Great-Aunt Mary makes this shortbread by hand every christmas, and it is the lightest, butteriest, most delicious tasting shortbread I have ever had. Use berry sugar to gain the right cookie texture.

    Recipe #241261

    This is my all-time favourite cookie recipe - a pair of sugar cookies, a layer of raspberry jam, and a dusting of sugar, mmmmm. Let these cookies mellow for a few days after assembling for a delicious soft texture. (Most of the cooking time is for chilling)

    Recipe #241262

    One of my favourite ways of eating zucchini!

    Recipe #241256

    Here's my dad's recipe for pastry crust.

    Recipe #241255

    Instead of shortcake or angel food cake, this delicious recipe calls for buttermilk biscuits. I believe this recipe originally came from a Bon Apetit magazine.

    Recipe #241254

    I don't eat meat anymore, but when I was a child, this was my favourite chicken dish. I'm now trying to think of a way to incorporate the glaze and flavours in a vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #241203

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