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adapted from realsimple - traded out whole milk for almond, and did just berry mix, skipped the cherries. used plan butter
Traditional quiche lorraine with a kosher-for-passover crust. This led to my friends dubbing it "kosher for passover ... but not kosher" (KFPBNK).
Rich Homemade Cheesecake
Thanks to a generous anonymous soul, a basket full of fresh garden-grown zucchini were present for the taking this morning in our kitchen. I had just stopped by our local organic Potomac Vegetable Farms and picked up a bunch of warmly-hued flowers, freshly-laid eggs, cucumber, black cherries, swiss chard and squash the other day. Since they had recently opened there were no zucchini.
mix grount turkey, tomato, salt and black pepper for 30 on medium fire.
when ready slice the eggplant and put first layer on a baked plate, put tomato mixture of tomato and turkey, then add a coat of cottage cheese and repeat the procees till the end. Bake for 1hr. it's ready.
A french special, that takes some time, but worth the wait.. Can be make with pear or nectarines..
This recipe idea came to me one morning. It combines two of my favorite things; French toast & apple cider.
A delicious blend of vegetables folded into steamed rice fill a whole side of salmon. Bathed in Dijon and roasted to perfection, this is an impressive meal, and the leftovers are perfect hot or cold!
Flavorful chicken and turkey sausage soup
Very easy, healthy dish that can be cooked in the oven or grilled
It's kosher for passover but not kosher - it's a quiche lorraine baked in a matzo crust! Adaptation of a recipe from Joy of Cooking, for my family's logging purposes.
Based on the Vegetables Everyday recipe, for my family's logging purposes. Dressing & toppings reduced by 50% to cut fat.
This is a really great rice dish that goes well with really any type meat, poultry or vegetarian dish. You'll get hooked on this one. You can sub. br. rice but increase water and cooking time.
Low carb, great source os B vitamines.
This is a great salad for the summer season. It's great for lunch or diner. High in protein and vitamin A.
Dessert or breakfast treat to complement fresh raspberries
The trick to this dish is long cook time on low. If acidic foods upset you, lower the amount of tomato paste by half.