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This is a tasty salad that is refreshing for the summer. Can also be great for a light lunch salad or a side at a bbq. The tangy of the ginger and lemon really brings out the sweetness of the melon. Mix and match different melons for more color and flavor pop.
No cooking needed for this tasty recipe. I do suggest using a spiral slicer or saladcco to make the "noodles" with the squash.
To serve with a beef roast
Rich chocolate mouse.
Tarragon chicken, very moist and delicious
Make this recipe at least 2-3 hours ahead, but preferably a day ahead.
Use less sauce to cut down the calories. Also you can omit the pasta all together
Serving size is 3 oz chicken 1/2 cup sauce and 2 oz pasta per person
A fun sandwich ring that is easy to make.
A very simple but very elegant dish.
This grown-up cocktail gets its festive green hue from melon liqueur.
Great to honor the Goddess Brigid or St. Brigid for Candalmas or Imbolic.
Source: Edain McCoy, The Sabbats
You get the whole meal in 1 baking dish. Serve with a salad!
Wonderful for Imbolic
e Imbolc Salsa recipe by Scott Cunningham is quoted directly from
Llewellyn's 1993 Magical Almanac, pages 90-91,
Llewellyn Worldwide Publications, 1992
Great for Imbolic or any time you want to invoke fairy energy! Also good for before bed.
Great for Imbolic or any ritual cakes
A nice side dish for a holiday meal or on its own.
This simple and tasty pasta dish is great for Samhain.
Any kind of broth can be substituted for the vegetable broth.
Fun and tropical salsa with a nice sweet and spicy balance.
For fun serve out of a half a coconut shell
Great for Imbolic, with the pears being a winter fruit and the spring baby spinach you have a great balance of both seasons.
Wonderful for Yule or Imbolic breakfasts. Looks like little sunshines in a phyllo flower cup. The heat from the salsa helps us remember the sun's warmth and the return of the spring!
Great for the celebration of Samhain.
Prepared horseradish typically adds heat to this dish, but we've opted for wasabi paste-the green Japanese version of horseradish-to add even more zip. Garnish with pickled asparagus stalk or green bean, or for a twist, serve with picked okra.
The jalapeno pepper adds the "fire" to this chilled soup, though it can be omitted.
We use the color red to honor the returning light, and the promise of warmth to come. This unfussy pot of soup needs only a few minutes of chopping to prepare. All the ingredients are either red, orange, or yellow, for the colors of the fire that warms our eyes, hearts and
Topped with low-fat vanilla ice cream, this also makes a simple elegant holiday dessert. Quince, which is in season in the winter months, is a yellow-skinned fruit that looks and tastes like a cross between an apple and a pear but turns pink when cooked; cooking mellows the tartness. (If you can't find quince, just use 2 additional apples or pears cut into wedges.)
Salsa is a fun way to get in those veggies you need! Tastes great not only as a snack but paired with chicken, fish or pork.
This is also a good one for those who don't care for tomatoes.
Perfect to use for ritual cakes!
Great for any spring holiday or any time you want to honor the fairy realm.
For those who are bored with lemon water
Delicious and moist turkey for Thanksgiving.
A light and tasty side dish for Thanksgiving
From Rice Aroni, but I made a few changes