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    This soup is served at the Taste of History restaurant at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan. I found this recipe on a recipe card on display inside the restaurant. You can substitute spinach for the dandelion greens if they are not available. I usually add more vegetable stock (about 2 to 4 cups) and more corn. Dried herbs can substitute for the fresh--use 4 teaspoons dried basil and 2 teaspoons dried oregano.

    Recipe #396721

    I came up with this recipe the other day when my daughter and I both were dealing with a miserable head cold. I was craving a nice, hot bowl of soup, but felt too lousy to try to cook everything from scratch. This was the result. I use minced garlic in a jar, and the type of veggies I used were the kind for making soup, not stew. But it's a very flexible recipe. Feel free to use more chicken, if you like.

    Recipe #394882

    This comes from Prevention Magazine. The magazine suggests that any leftover salmon can be tossed into rice, potato or pasta salads, or simply flaked and tossed with a little oil and citrus juice.

    Recipe #350117

    I think I got this recipe from a magazine several years ago. It has typical California ingredients such as avocados, almonds and oranges and combines them in a delicious way.

    Recipe #350023

    I combined a couple of recipes to come up with this one after being inspired by cookies I saw on the cover of a magazine. The dough tends to be a bit sticky, so make sure your knife is sharp when cutting the petals; you may need to spray it with non-stick cooking spray as well. We like these cookies made with black cherry or cherry Jell-O. The additional food coloring makes the color a bit more vivid. Use red paste food coloring for a really bright presentation. These cookies would also be cute for Easter, by using lemon, lime or orange-flavored Jell-O.

    Recipe #344533

    This is based on a mild vegetarian curry I found online several years ago on a Seventh-Day Adventist website. I have also prepared it by adding an 8-ounce package of diced, baked tofu. It is excellent served either by itself or on a bed of cooked brown rice. It also can be prepared ahead of time, as the flavors improve if allowed to blend overnight.

    Recipe #344473


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