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    This recipe came from my husband's grandmother, and we modified it a little bit to make it gluten and dairy free. As a kid this was my husband's favorite meal, and he used to walk around singing a little song about it "5 Spice Beef and Rice, Cha Cha Cha!" The five spices are pepper, bay leaf, garlic, thyme and oregano. It's very easy to make, and a good dinner staple.

    Recipe #309594

    This came from a friend of mine during a recipe exchange. I amended it significantly to make it gluten and dairy free, but I think it still works! It's a super easy dinner recipe for your average night.

    Recipe #388419

    A college friend of mine who moved to England recommended this, as it was her and her housemate's favorite. Very very good, and creamy. (Hint: it is generally easier to cut the butternut into rough slices, removing the seeds, then slice it more finely after it's cooked. Peeling and chopping raw butternut is rather difficult unless you have a very good knife.)

    Recipe #415339

    A great summer dish with fresh, local and organic ingredients! Do not be fooled by the long list of ingredients. This recipe is very easy and incredibly tasty, inspired by the sharp, tangy flavors of Asian cooking. A wok would be ideal, but a good skillet or saute pan will do the trick. Serve this dish with plain or white rice.

    Recipe #418508

    My brother-in-law made this for a family occasion. It was SO good! I couldn't get enough of it. I wouldn't have thought to put cocoa in chili, but it gives it an indescribably delicious, mellow taste. Typically, Cincinnati chili is served over spaghetti noodles, but there are lot of other ways of garnishing it as well, such as adding shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream, chopped tomatoes and/or green onions to the top. However, if you want to keep it gluten and dairy-free it's delicious by itself as well!

    Recipe #416748

    This recipe is taken from Sept. 2011 edition of Better Homes and Gardens. The taste is reminiscent of Osso Bucco, the famous Italian dish, only it's much easier to make and doesn't require veal of venison! For me, any gluten and dairy-free dinner that's easy to make in a crock-pot has no problem winning my heart!

    Recipe #467040

    We have an abundance of blackberries on our farm in July. I took an old Mennonite pie recipe, a crumble recipe and a gluten-free crust recipe and combined them to make this delicious seasonal dessert. If you're doing Weight Watchers, each piece of pie is 9 points.

    Recipe #432754

    A sorority sister gave me this recipe as a "cooking for two" wedding gift. It's easy, and so tasty.

    Recipe #297139

    I amended a Weight Watcher's recipe to be gluten free and egg free. Below is the result.

    Recipe #432748

    This salad was a pleasant surprise, during an experimenting with more earth-friendly forms of protein. It's free of most allergens, very tasty, good for you, and easy!

    Recipe #415778

    From "How to Cook Everything Vegetarian" by Mark Bittman. So easy, so good, so healthy and remarkably filling.

    Recipe #415855

    This recipe came from a woman in my book group who was breast feeding and was following a strict breastfeeding diet, low in processed sugars. The ingredients and easy to find (often not requiring an extra trip to the grocery store), and the recipe is very easy to make. Only tip is to eat them soon after coming out of the oven, or reheat them if you are eating them later. They are a little spongy. Otherwise, they are a great, healthy, gluten-free and dairy-free treat! In contrast to what bacon girl said, pure oats are indeed gluten-free. Check out the multiple articles on

    Recipe #297103

    Adapted from the Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook. The original recipe calls for Ener-G Egg Replacer, but since I don't have an egg allergy I added in mayonnaise instead. I find this recipe a suitable alternative to the classic Swedish Meatballs.

    Recipe #426423

    My grandmother made this at every family gathering when I was growing up, it was the only way she could get me to eat vegetables! It's always a favorite among picky children. The final product tastes a lot like a sweet potato pie, but we always used it as a side dish to a main meat dish (especially good with turkey or steak).

    Recipe #386699

    This curry can be made in 15 minutes, perfect for a week night dinner. Plus, it's very allergy and diet friendly. Vegans, Vegetarians, Celiacs, lactose intolerant, and Weight Watchers rejoice!

    Recipe #519359

    Passed onto me by a sorority sister who was vegetarian. It's a great, classy summer BBQ item, and it's got a fabulous sweet and tangy flavor. Goes great with a rice pilaf and white wine.

    Recipe #416282

    Perfect to serve when friends come over for dinner. It's sweet taste and fun "add-ons" make it kid-friendly too. It comes from a friend of our family's from New Zealand. If you can't find the powdered soup mixes, feel free to use canned mushroom soup and canned potato leek soup, just omit the 4-5 cups of water at the end.

    Recipe #415236

    I know it's difficult to think of making your own pasta sauce when you can get one easily out of a can - but believe me - this is worth it! It's not even difficult, and so impressive, fun, colorful and filling. You can even prepare the sauce in advance and rewarm it when you're ready to cook the pasta.

    Recipe #447002

    I LOVE sweet potatoes, and this is quite possible the most brilliant combination of flavors with sweet potatoes I have ever seen. Unlike a traditional potato salad, which is best chilled, this is best served slightly warm or at room temperature. It's a delicious paring with just about anything southwestern, but also goes well with salmon.

    Recipe #436221

    This spring I was looking for recipes to use the abundant asparagus we had from our garden and stumbled across this one. It's one of my favorites, and I make it all the time. It's really easy, and very yummy. A great spring lunch item, potluck item or party food (think baby shower or bridal shower). If you have picky eaters, leave out the chili pepper flakes. If you're not sensitive to goat cheese, I sometimes add some of that as well.

    Recipe #431336

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