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Comfort food at it's best. A winter treat.
Oh! The smell while baking is worth it all. Moist, medium dense and delicious.
Warm or cold. With a dip of frozen yogurt or some milk. Hmmm, good!
Delicious! Add okra for an interesting "gumbo" taste (not included in calculation). Served with a piece of cornbread, it makes a warm, comfort food meal. A serving is 1 1/2 cups. The kitchen will smell terrific!
A great "mug soup" in summer or winter. Feel free to serve in a bowl with a little chopped green beans or chives as a garnish. Works with fresh, frozen, or oldish beans.
Uses a lot of zucchini and an excellent company dish.
Pretty, tasty, pretty stinky, delicious.
Delicious and possible greed arousing. Comfort food at it's best. Try it warm with milk of frozen yogurt.
The perfect combination of egg, mustard and onion.
It tastes like you're sitting at a small restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Quick, very tasty and and a great way to use up leftover rice.
Smoked sausage or ham works well. Green lentils work best for this recipe because they keep their shape.
These have a spectacular flavor. You can use 3 cans of refried beans but fresh cooked beans taste better. I like using 1 or 2 dried chipotle peppers instead of the cayenne (cook them with the beans).
Comfort food at its best. I've been know to add a little chopped red pepper and chives to pretty it up.
From Jane Brody's "Good Food Book".
A tasty side dish. Easy to make.
Quick and Tasty. The type of relish or pickled vegetable you use gives the recipe endless variety. Bread has not been included in the nutritional info.
Copied word for word from "Vegan with a Vengeance", I recommend it. Very flavorful. For flexibility, the stuffing can be made a day or two in advance.
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