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    Quinoa makes a great hot breakfast and it's as easy as oatmeal.

    Recipe #515197

    This recipe was entitled "Abraham Lincoln's Favorite Dinner" in the The Big Platter Cookbook by Lou Jane Temple and A. Court Simmes. It calls for sliced ham hocks, which your butcher can cut up for you. I have made it with a big chunk of ham and it turned out great. You could also use smoked pork shank. We prefer to cook the onion with the rest of the vegetables rather than serve raw.

    Recipe #515182

    I adapted several Morrocan recipes to create this over-the-top tagine. It takes a bit of work, and can be cooked the day before serving. I like to serve it with couscous and pita bread.

    Recipe #515179

    Take advantage of the great squashes available in fall! This recipe can be used as is for a chicken stew, or the broth can be thickened for a nice topping over pasta. Quinoa also makes a good side.

    Recipe #486936

    Great summer soup from The South Beach Diet web site.

    Recipe #463770

    Makes a nice light lunch.

    Recipe #461511

    Summer savory is the secret to this dish's wonderful flavor. Add less liquid if you want a stew. You can cook all day in crockpot on low and come home to a feast!

    Recipe #461473

    Delishious recipe from The Sonoma Diet. I quadrupled the recipe since I usually make enough for 4 wraps and keep in fridge 3 days, making wraps as needed. If making only one wrap, divide the ingredients below by 1/4.

    Recipe #461449

    From 500 Low-Carb Recipes

    Recipe #461447

    From South Beach Diet Cookbook

    Recipe #461295

    An adaptation taken from another web site. Delicious!

    Recipe #447404

    These simple pizzas are great for lunch or any time. Experiment with different toppings.

    Recipe #411787

    From Real Simple magazine. We like to add red pepper flakes and top with crumbled peanuts. It is also good with pea pods and cilantro

    Recipe #384509

    Great as a one dish meal in spring and summer; adapted from mayo clinic

    Recipe #384209

    Unusual and delicious for appetizer or lunch. Found in a magazine ad for Cabot cheese & adapted by moi. Serves 12 for appetizer or 4 for lunch.

    Recipe #384208

    This is great comfort food... lots of nice gravy to serve over mashed potatoes, rice, noodles, or bisquits.

    Recipe #372110

    Vegetarian Comfort Food for the Crockpot. My vegetarian friend loved it and so did DH and I.

    Recipe #323349

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