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    My favorite squash recipe. Pretty easy, and soooo tasty. Prep time says one hour because you need to bake the squash before putting it in the soup. I made this vegetarian version based on another version that had chicken stock and cream cheese.

    Recipe #513407

    When I became a vegetarian I adapted many of my old Mexican recipes to be meat-free. This is one of my more successful attempts. I say they are burritos but really you can make them enchiladas, tacos, use for chile rellenos...or just eat the quinoa with toppings and no tortilla! You can add or subtract chipotle for spiciness.

    Recipe #505645

    Sweet and hearty soup adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. Serve with crusty bread.

    Recipe #409014

    My mom has made this for every holiday since I was little. It doesn't have the onion curls like most, which I don't like, and the swiss cheese adds a great flavor.

    Recipe #401535

    Marinate the shrimp in this fun mixture of garlic, ginger, and gound spices, then thread it on skewer and grill until lightly charred. Based on the recipe served at Ludacris' "Straits Atlanta." Leave time for 3 hours marinating.

    Recipe #385224

    This is a strawberry-vodka cocktail topped with a splash of white wine. It is based on the drink served at Ludacris' restaurant "Straits Atlanta"

    Recipe #385220

    This juice is a blend of apple, grapes, fresh leaves and lime. It's a rejuvenator for treating skin, liver and kidney disorders.

    Recipe #377493

    Boost your body's defenses with this red fruit blend.

    Recipe #374331

    Sauteed chicken served with a creamy sauce of red and green pepers and tomatoes.

    Recipe #374276

    Sugar Snap peas are delicious raw, and they taste just as good through the juicer. Gresh ginger adds an edge to the cooling melon and peas. You can chill the fruit in advance so you don't have to add ice.

    Recipe #371662

    This juice is great skin tonic, because avocadoes are good for the skin (lots of vitamin E!). The parsley, asparagus and orange are good cleansers. A much more affordable skin treatment than Oil of Olay! :-)

    Recipe #371658

    This recipe is designed to serve two people in individual dishes. You may expand the recipe to serve as many as needed, however. It's very easy and makes a lovely starter or gourmet course. Complement with salad.

    Recipe #371650

    This is adapted from a cookbook designed to serve two. I see no reason, however, why it can't be doubled or tripled. This is a very easy vegetarian dish that will also please meat-eaters

    Recipe #371644

    The tomato sauce in this recipe also goes with my Spicy Pasta Casserole recipe, so you can make a batch ahead and use it for both these dishes. Both recipes are designed for two people, but can be doubled or tripled.

    Recipe #371610

    This is so pretty as well as delicious. Make this when you aim to impress. The pretty pink color is the result of black currant liqueur.

    Recipe #368189

    A twist on the traditional rhubarb uses orange rind, ginger and brown sugar. Originally the recipe said to use hazelnuts, toasted and chopped, instead of oats, but I dislike hazelnuts. Your choice

    Recipe #368188

    This goes with a recipe for tropical fruit kebabs, but I find it works great with anything needing a chocolate dip. You can use it as fondue, too.

    Recipe #368186

    My French teacher, Madame Beckum, created this recipe. A little hard to get the texture right, but perfectly refreshing and delicious no matter what!

    Recipe #368176

    Lots of cream, so not for the calorie conscious. Make this ahead because it has to infuse and then chill.

    Recipe #368129

    I know everyone has a favorite, but this is still the easiest and best cobbler I have ever tried. A great potluck or holiday dish that takes little time to prepare.

    Recipe #368126

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