Apple Bacon Tomato Soup
A rich, flavorful, surprising soup. Warm and soothing in the winter. By the second day the sauteed apples have really infused the soup and it is so tasty! Could be wonderful with mozzarella cheese grated on top just before serving.
This lemony salad is served hot from the wok. Escarole is a bitter green, but can be less so when grown shielded from the sun. In general, lighter green leaves indicate a milder flavor. Thinly sliced tomatoes are a great accompaniment. This recipe can be doubled. For a larger party, cook in batches.
Cheese Ravioli with Three Pepper Topping
A nice change from tomato sauces. I cooked this one day for myself, and my family ate all of it before I had a chance. It's that good.
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Buttermilk baking mix does the trick in these savory biscuits, with the addition of Cheddar cheese, garlic, parsley and milk.
Amy's Spicy Beans and Rice
This is a fast, easy and yummy vegetarian dinner, or you can add chicken or sausage if you miss the meat!
Ali's Amazing Bruschetta
This bruschetta will turn out every time you make it. Use small slices of bread for a unique appetizer, or serve with Italian dishes.
Orzo with Parmesan and Basil
An easy side of buttery, tender orzo with Parmesan cheese and fresh basil.
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Romantic Chicken with Artichokes and Mushrooms
Easy, moist, flavorful and aromatic -- the white wine, artichokes and mushrooms make this chicken dish the to way to any man's heart! Delicious served with buttered noodles and fresh greens.
Green Beans for a Special Occasion
Green beans are tossed with garlic and pine nuts in this delightfully simple side dish!
Broccoli with Mandarin Oranges
I came up with this colorful and flavorful recipe to go with my garlic chicken when I serve Chinese food. Who'd believe green and orange really go together?
A quick side dish with an Asian flair. A change from fried rice. Other vegetables may be used in place of or along with the green onion and bean sprouts, including sliced mushrooms, pea pods, slivered carrots, etc. Any large vegetables should be precooked in a little oil and then added to the pasta mixture.
Bulgur Pilaf with Lamb
Bulgur pilaf with lamb and tomatoes. If you prefer, you can use beef instead of lamb. Serve with plain yogurt.