From The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook by Kitty Broihier & Kimberly Mayone. "These flavors may remind you of something your grandmother used to cook. A great dish for a simple fall supper." Serving suggestion - Serve this dish with toasted, buttered, low-carb rye bread. If desired, pass malt vinegar and butter to season the cabbage.
From Like Grandma Used To Make by Reader's Digest, c. 1996. I omit the mushrooms when I make this, but am posting the recipe as is. You can substitute the American cheese for Cheddar cheese (or sub out the mozzarella) - just use a cheese combination you like!
I needed to make a green St. Paddy's Day dessert that everyone would eat... very easy, family favorite! The cooking time listed here is the cooling time. These are best if eaten the same day they're made, but can be made ahead for special occasions.
From The Hippy Gourmet's Quick and Simple Cookbook for Healthy Eating by Bruce Brennan & James Ehrlich, c. 2007. "Your friends won't mind a onion-breath kisses if you make this dish for them, so share the food and share the love! This is best prepared in a nice thick pan, such as a heavy wok or iron skillet, so that the heat cooks the potatoes evenly. Served with scrambled tofu or eggs and some fruit, this is a delicious side dish."
From Taste of Home Simple & Delicious Magazine, October 2008. Haven't tried this yet, but am posting for future reference. Magazine description: "Simple ingredients give this entree a flavor the whole family will enjoy. Whip up a no-nonsense salad to round out the meal."