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    This is an Asian curry that has developed amazing layers of flavor, but without a lot of heat. I used a spice grinder to grind up chopped almonds for this. The original recipe was found on Food 52 and submitted by onetribegourmet. Serve with rice. It is not as intimidating as it sounds.

    Recipe #509718

    This is a simple black bean, black eyed pea, and corn salad with a tasty vinaigrette.

    Recipe #509660

    I am trying to eat less meat both for health and expense, but still keep my meal satisfying. I found this recipe in "Organic Gardening" magazine. They suggest the recipe is a good start and you can add cubed potatoes, diced chicken, or extra-firm tofu. Also they say try replacing the cauliflower with Brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #508349

    I don't always have enough peppers or even want to can them, so I've cut this recipe down so it can fit into one jar and be stored in the refrigerator. What could be easier! The original recipe is from "Better Homes and Gardens, Can It!"

    Recipe #508217

    Sometimes I want to pickle, but do not want to make enough to can. I like to make them by the jar. This recipe is modified from one found in "Better Homes and Gardens, Can It!" It is really simple and full of dill flavor even though it requires no fresh dill!

    Recipe #508151

    I like to make pickles because they are so much fresher tasting than store-bought. However, I do not always like to can them so make just enough for one jar to keep refrigerated. This recipe is modified from "Better Homes and Gardens, Can It!" I've found that it lasts more than 6 months refrigerated. But that is only if you push it to the rear of your refrigerator and forget it is there!

    Recipe #508150

    For this recipe you will need a skillet and a casserole. If you have an oven-safe skillet with deep sides, even better. Most skillets are only safe to 350 degree or 400. A Dutch oven would work well too.

    Recipe #507013

    This is a vegetarian version of Harira, a traditional Moroccan soup made with chickpeas. This version has only vegetables, spices, and a little olive oil. It makes a lot, but could easily be halved, or freeze half for another day!

    Recipe #505848

    I saw this recipe in Food Network Magazine. They call for pepitas, which are pumpkin seeds. I started thinking, hmmmm..., can we eat the melons' s seeds? I looked it up on the Internet and they are supposed to be dried, then roasted. A long process. I just wanted to make a simple salad, for crying out loud! I toasted them over low heat in a little cast iron skillet5. Voila! They came lovely golden and nutty. To get all the vitamins and minerals in the seeds, they must be chewed, not eaten whole.

    Recipe #505774

    This is a Cambodian recipe known as Bai lieng pale. Go get you some jasmine rice and sriracha sauce, you should have everything else!

    Recipe #504558

    This is a Cambodian recipe called Pa-con char tapeng P'rang. It is very simple and uses common ingredients, well if you call oyster sauce common.

    Recipe #504556

    This salad is made with rice and vegetables, not to mention shrimp.

    Recipe #503849

    Cajun food is rustic and "down home." It is also filling and comforting. Pork and beans with a kick.

    Recipe #503848

    Some make this dish very, very hot. This version is spicy yes, but it is not so very hot.

    Recipe #503837

    This is a salad dressing for your tossed salad, or any type of salad you choose.

    Recipe #503418

    This slaw has no cabbage. It really is made from apples. The recipe comesffrom a grocery store pamphlet.

    Recipe #502613

    This is a tasty and easy to make soup. I like it because you can leave it soupy as is, or run your immersion blender around a couple of times to make the soup thicker and creamier without adding actual cream.

    Recipe #500887

    The red onion bleeds just enough to lend a pretty pink color. This would be good alone or as part of an antipasti plate. Pair with meats and cheeses.

    Recipe #500479

    We eat a lot of mussels. You can't beat them since they are so versatile, yet simple, inexpensive and not fishy. Win! Win! Thus recipe is modified from Lidia Bastianich.

    Recipe #500464

    This combination is good on any fish or any meat of your choosing. It was developed by an Afghan street vendor in NYC, Zvia. He rubs the blend all over beef, pork, or chicken 2 hours before grilling. He also likes it on tuna, swordfish, bluefish, and bass. It will give you a blackened effect. It is also delicious stirred into rice or soup.

    Recipe #499512

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