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    This pleasant side salad came from a Sunset magazine back in the early nineteen eighties. I enjoy the simplicity of it, and the fact that it's fat free. The sugar sounds like a lot, but this doesn't end up a "sweet" salad

    Recipe #382689

    I've been making this salad for a few years now, and can't remember where the original came from. I've used many different combinations of grains for this, choosing from bulgar, barley, quinoa, wild rice, brown rice, couscous, wheatberries and speltberries. I basically gather up three of whatever I have on hand, cook them up and mix. Consequently, the preparation time can vary widely. Sometimes I use the poblano I call for, sometimes I use some crushed red pepper flakes instead.

    Recipe #382680

    This is a Deborah Madison recipe that my family enjoys. It's a visually striking dish, with the vibrant yellow tofu, sauteed asparagus green and the red tomatoes. We like this served with steamed rice. I always take the time to fuss over the tofu saute step, individually hand placing every square of tofu, but I'm obsessive like that. I know it doesn't need that kind of over - involvement to taste good. I also tend to peel my asparagus stalks if they show any signs of being tough or woody.

    Recipe #364472

    This recipe is from The Big Book of Appetizers by Deeds and Snyder. It's one of our favorites. Some times we have these with nonfat plain yogurt instead of the sour cream.

    Recipe #360628

    These daikon pickles are a recipe from Barbara Tropp. My daughter #2 loves these. Daughter # 3 prefers an alternate recipe I make. Things get confusing around our house when I try to please everyone at once. Any way, this is an easy pickle, flavors improve as it sits, lasts a while under refrigeration. The ginger/lemon flavors really come through here. I use a mandoline to get perfect thin slices. Most days I leave the jalapenos out, and just use the pepper flakes.

    Recipe #350737

    This recipe is from Mridula Baljekar's 30 Minute Vegetarian Indian Cookbook. The leftovers make a great omelet filling, or eaten cold in a wrap. I usually forgo the dried chiles, and use a comparable amount of red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #350651

    This is a basic recipe that I found in one of Deborah Madison's books a few years ago. It lends itself to "fiddling around". Usually we enjoy this made with kale, but I have used chard, escarole, spinach, and/or beet greens. You just adjust cooking times to the needs of your greens. We have this plain, or sometimes served over polenta. Daughter #3 likes it for breakfast, too. You can increase the red pepper and garlic, frequently I increase the evoo, it all depends on who's coming to dinner!

    Recipe #348300

    This is one of our favorite Madhur Jaffrey recipes from her wonderful book "From Curries to Kebabs: Recipes From the Indian Spice Trail". We like this with steamed basmati and parathas. My honey likes leftovers cold in his lunch. I use young green cabbage for this, and sometimes if I'm distracted I will use rinsed, canned chickpeas. I have used habanero and scotch bonnet peppers, and also red pepper flakes, it all depends on your personal taste, and what's available at the grocery. The preparation times do not include the chickpea soak/cook time.

    Recipe #348271

    A pretty dip/spread to serve with pita chips. I used to make this for a caterer I cooked for. It was her recipe, I don't know where she got it from. Of course, we made it in much larger quantities. If you have trouble finding jarred piquillo peppers, you could substitute roasted red bell peppers, but use a good tasting brand. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #346304

    A nice drink to enjoy in front of the fire while the snow flies.

    Recipe #346073

    This is daughter #2's favorite way to eat cruciferous vegetables! The barest minimum of water is used to help retain the maximum nutrients. This is not a "pretty" dish, the vegetables turn a sort of smeary-beige looking, but the flavor is there. We like this wrapped in aloo parathas with steamed brown basmati on the side. Vary the quantity of red pepper flakes and salt to your tastes, we adjust them depending on who's coming to dinner! This is a variation of a recipe from the 30 - Minute Vegetarian Indian Cookbook, one of our favorite resources.

    Recipe #337752

    A lovely, mild vegan curry, serve this with steamed basmati. Daughter #3 likes it with aloo paratha to scoop. Adapted from The Complete Vegan cookbook. Sometimes I make this with parsley instead of the cilantro.

    Recipe #331989

    I've found that the flavor of chorizo is mostly in the seasoning. Using an assortment of strong seasonings creates that intense flavor, and the long cooking provides the chewy texture. You need a decent food processor for this recipe. This recipe is from The Complete Vegan cookbook, one of my favorite resources.

    Recipe #330599

    Not as dry tasting as some biscotti, my customers love these. We cut them into pretty large size biscotti. The merlot will turn the dough into an odd color, but it bakes up nice.

    Recipe #321626

    Not-too-sweet vegan rice pudding, great for breakfast or afternoon snack. Recipe is from The Complete Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #318039

    Quickly thrown together cold noodle salad.

    Recipe #317089

    a pleasant variation of this favorite summertime drink. prep time does not include the chilling time.

    Recipe #316659

    This recipe originated in an old Bon Appetit from the late 80's. It has a nice southwestern kick to it. Very easy to make, but of course tastes best when chilled for a couple of hours.

    Recipe #316282

    A sweet, dense, very easy snack style cake. I use ripe bosc pears for this, and don't bother with peeling them. We like this for breakfast, or afternoons with tea.

    Recipe #316233

    This was a great way for me to use up the trimmings from my herb garden. The bites kept very well, completely submerged in the evoo for two weeks, so far. Lovely to have on hand, and the olive oil takes on a nice flavor, making it a useful plus for salad dressing, once all the goat cheese is gone.

    Recipe #315918

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