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Anthony's CHILI

This is my husband's own chili recipe - I just made it myself for the first time tonight! Yummy!Submitted by STRINGI719

Split Pea & Ham soup

This is an old recipe from Emeril Lagasse, off the website. It is my husband's all-time favorite soup.Submitted by STRINGI719

Giada De Laurentiis' Beef w/ Barley Soup

This soup was originally supposed to be with lentils, but since I don't like them, my lovely husband was nice enough to substitute barley instead. It makes ALOT and it's very hearty.Submitted by STRINGI719

Chicken Lemon Stew

Variation of recipe found on Food Network website.Submitted by STRINGI719

Lean, Mean Meatloaf

This is slightly modified from a recipe provided in the Everyday with Rachael Ray magazine. They have replaced the traditional ketchup topping with red pepper puree, and used oats instead of breadcrumbs for a binder. This one's a hit in our family, even with the kids.Submitted by STRINGI719

Dirty Brown Rice (Rachael Ray)

This is from the March 2010 edition of Ray's "Everyday" magazine, where she shared a bunch of recipes, all utilizing whole grains. (I modified some amounts when I cooked it.)Submitted by STRINGI719

Mushroom Barley Pilaf

This is from Alex Jamieson's book, "The Great American Detox Diet". The original called for vegetable stock, as she's a vegetarian. We prefer to use chicken broth for flavor.

(BTW, an interesting fact: If you are not familiar with her, Alex is now the wife of Morgan Spurlock, the documentarian who did the movie "Super Size Me". She watched in horror as her then-boyfriend's health deteriorated alarmingly during the 30 days during which he ate only McDonald's. As soon as the filming was done, Alex treated Morgan with the "detox diet" in her book to return him to health. However, it's not really a diet that's being advocated in her book - it's more of an "antidiet", a return to eating whole, healthful foods.)Submitted by STRINGI719


Persian RiceSubmitted by ALEXISAN

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