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Adapted from Ann Meyers, recipe from an old cookbook.
Posted 12 years ago
Last weekend I attended yet another potluck dinner. Something about the summer just screams "potluck," I guess
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I needed a vegetable dish to go along with the Okara "Crab" Cakes, so Sunday's dinner included this vegan vers
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See the note at the end of the recipe for using tofu instead of okara.
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Red amaranth leaves and black eyed peas are cooked in a coconut gravy makes an excellent side dish for rice or
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I'm going to admit right up front that I'm not sure whether I'm posting this photo because I liked the recipe
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You would have thought I'd never seen fresh vegetables. My husband wanted to shop as men do: Get in, get somet
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At the risk of jinxing things, I have to say that our garden is really doing well this year. We have tons of t
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Larabar Clones
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Yet another hummus!
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Sabudana Khichdi is the very popular Maharashtrian dish prepared with soaked sabudana, potatoes and roasted pe
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Adapted from Ann Meyers and a bag of salt potatoes from CNY.
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This vegan quinoa salad features tiny pearls of quinoa drenched in tangy, chili-seasoned dressing, with cubes
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Here's a light, summery dessert that will dress up any picnic table and not blow your diet. I used a white gra
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Clams cooked in spicy coconut masala
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An exception for the adage"no pain no gain". With a little effort you can make a delicious pulav. This recipe
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Add John Wayne Beans for a delicious side dish to any grilled meat.
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Butter tarts are a classic Canadian treat. Every family has their own version. This one is my mother's. It won
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This is excellent served over lettuce, as the original recipe suggests, as a sandwich filling (great in a wrap
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I taught my daughters to eat vegetables by finely mincing boiled potatoes, carrots or kalabasa (squash) with r
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There's a farm stand near my house that sells fresh produce throughout the summer. It's the only place I know
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There is something about beans and rice that I find very comforting. We can make a whole meal out of a simple
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We're a family of basil lovers. I've found that I can get my daughter to eat just about anything if it tastes
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Vattayappam ( Kerala Snack ) Author: Maria Jose Martin Ingredients Rice Flour - 2 cups Coconut - 2 cups Sugar
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Here is the recipe: Ginger Chicken Recipe Type: Starter, Appetiser, finger Food Cuisine: Indo Chinese, Chinese
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Here is the recipe... Potato Wedges Recipe Type: Appetiser, starter Author: Maria Jose Martin Serves: 2-3 Ingr
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I first tasted fish cutlets after my marriage. My mother in law is known for her cutlets. Her beef and fish cu
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Here is the recipe... Konchu Pollichathu ( Prawns ) Recipe Type: Side Dish, Curry Cuisine: Kerala, South India
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Here is the recipe..   Cauliflower Manchurian Author: Maria Jose Martin Serves: 2-3 Ingredients Cauliflow
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Here is the recipe of traditional Kerala style Beef Olathiyathu / Ularthiyathu (Roasted Beef). It's a very com
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A moist chocolate buttermilk cake that's simple and delicious.
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Buttermilk Pecan Pie
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I love this recipe because it's full of vegetables. It started life as a favorite pasta recipe from Robin Robe
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When my family and I go on vacation, we either camp with our Coleman stove or stay in cabins or guest houses w
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Easiest Ever Pecan Pie may not really be the easiest, but it's pretty simple. No corn syrup required!
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