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    1 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    From Nov 27, 2008 Jerusalem Post

    Recipe #339987

    Published in October 3, 2007 edition of Jerusalem Post

    Recipe #329561

    From Jerusalem Post Sept 4, 2008, by Rena Rossner. I'm estimating the number of portions as it was not noted. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds delicious.

    Recipe #323980

    3 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    Choose peppers that can stand up easily, as they are baked upright. Garnish with lemon wedges. Published in the Jerusalem Post, Sept. 07.

    Recipe #321228

    Recipe #308427

    1 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    Can be made in advance....improves in fridge. Published in Jerusalem Post on May 8, 2008 from Shaily Lipa Angel's "Holiday Entertaining." Dress salad while chickpeas are warm.

    Recipe #302923

    1 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    Published in Jerusalem Post, Jan. 2008. The author recommends streamlining the usual squash-braising technique by using the microwave. It not only shortens the cooking time; it saves the tedious task of cutting the skin off the raw squash. Simply scoop out the cooked pulp and simmer it briefly with the flavors. For a sweet, quick variation, omit the onion and add cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla to taste, then stir in 1'-2 tablespoons sugar or honey or the equivalent in sweetener, and 1/3 cup raisins or a small can of diced or crushed pineapple; then simmer the mixture for five minutes. For a hearty main course casserole, stir in a can of white beans (plain or in tomato sauce), 1-2 cups canned or cooked frozen corn kernels and 1 small can of tomatoes (drained and chopped); simmer for five minutes.

    Recipe #302416

    1 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    1 point-very good and very easy to make..also very filling. The longer you cook it the better it is. Thanks to Weight Watchers...they suggest using "dried herbs." I used 1 t oregano, 1t basil and 1t parsley.

    Recipe #287581

    1 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    Delicious vegan soup!

    Recipe #283739

    3 Reviews |  By Yaffa

    Delicious basis for many meals.

    Recipe #283135


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