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Summer Savory Bruschetta Topping

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My own recipe, a summertime tradition with all home-grown ingredients. No onions, but uses a couple of herbs not found in a traditional bruschetta. Dicing the tomatoes is the time-consuming part. It is a major hit with friends and family! Serve on toasted Tuscan bread slices or crackers.

Vegetarian Cassoulet

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This is a vegetarian version of the traditional French dish. If you are home while this is cooking, give the beans a stir every couple of hours.

Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

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This tasty appetizer seasoned with thyme, oregano, and savory. Choose good sized mushrooms, about 2 inches across. When cleaning mushrooms, don't run them under water. They are like little sponges, and will absorb it; just wipe them clean with a damp towel. The filling can be made with fresh, canned, or imitation crabmeat. If using canned, be sure to rinse it first.

Pasta and Herbs

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This is a very good substitute for your regular potatoes or rice when you serve any kind of meat. Your pasta can be fresh or dry; so can your herbs. Let me tell you that fresh or homemade pasta with fresh herbs will taste out of this world.

Lemon Caper Butter Sauce

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This simple lemon caper butter sauce is the perfect accompaniment to sauteed sole.
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White Bean Soup

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A hearty and flavorful winter meal that can easily be made vegetarian, if desired.

Turkey Brine

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This is a tasty brine for any poultry. It will make your bird very juicy, and gravy to die for!! This is enough brine for a 10 to 18 pound turkey.

Italian Seasoning I

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Excellent seasoning for all recipes that call for italian seasoning, I like to use it for just about everything Italian or not! Store in an airtight container; it keeps for about 12 weeks. You can use fresh herbs you dry yourself, or store bought dried herbs - of course, the ones you grow and dry yourself are better!

Herbs de Provence

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This is my version of Herbs de Provence after looking at many different recipes. This goes great in salads, fish, chicken, beef and pork. The fragrance is amazing!

All-Purpose No-Salt Seasoning Mix

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I got this recipe from my mother-in-law, Helen. I make it up in big batches. It's scrumptious on most everything, I use it often, and I make it for teacher gifts also.

Roasted White Asparagus with Herbes de Provence

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White asparagus roasted with herbes de Provence. Nice accompaniment to your favorite French Dish.


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I learned this from my Bulgarian mother in law though it's probably Turkish in origin. The recipe calls for 'chubritsa', a Bulgarian herb that can be difficult to find in the states, so basil can be substituted in its place.

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This recipe for fougasse, the French version of the Italian focaccia bread, is topped with mixed herbs. The flat bread can be slashed to form shapes (a leaf, tree, or wheat stalk), or the slits can be cut to form a lattice, making the bread easy to pull apart.

Oxtail Soup I

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A hearty, full-bodied soup - somewhat different than most oxtail soups.