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    This recipe is very easy, deliciously tart and can be made several days before serving.

    Recipe #401888

    Several years ago a friend of mine came over and made this recipe. I fell in love with it and everyone I have served it to loves it. It goes well with just about everything from pork chops to roasts to fried fish. Use fresh string beans, preferrably thin ones for the best flavor. I use turkey bacon, but any kind of bacon will work and if you are a vegetarian, omitting it completely won't make it any less delicious.

    Recipe #342819

    This recipe is delicious and loaded with nutritional value. This goes well with a roast, fish, pasta and can be eaten alone as a light meal with a nice crusty bread to soak up the juices. I made this up myself for a mushroom loving friend. The best spinach to use is the flat spinach, stems removed. Slice the portabellas into medium pieces, including the stems, which should be sliced separately. I use a lot of garlic, but that can be adjusted to taste. This recipe needs to be made quickly, so make sure all the ingredients are prepped in advance. Do not substitute red wine for the whte wine. If you don't have white wine, just make this without it.

    Recipe #287084


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