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Recipes I've Shared:

Polenta With Swiss Cheese

Nice side for any type of meat or salad menus.

Farro Risotto

Nice side dish

Garbanzo Olive Palm Heart Salad

Nice cold side salad to any meal, especially in summer.

Chicken Apple Salad

Use as the main entree over salad greens.

Incredible! (1 rating)
Cheesy Ham And Rice Casserole

A real comfort food! Great for a cold day with a side salad.

Pasta and Chick Pea Salad With Goat Cheese

A satisfying pasta salad with extra protein. Great side dish to have with BBQ'd or roasted meats.

Mrs. Fields Lacy Oatmeal Cookies

Thin and crisp and delicious!

Very Good (2 ratings)
Chicken And Wild Rice Casserole

A hearty, comforting casserole that's great for cold days.

Incredible! (2 ratings)
Best Egg And Roasted Red Pepper Casserole

This colorful and fluffy casserole is versatile because it can be served at breakfast, lunch or dinner. It pairs up beautifully with a crisp green salad or fruit in summer, or as a steamy side dish with steak, chicken or fish in the winter. This dish is easy to make even for the most novice of cooks!

Bread, Whole Wheat With Powdered Milk

This is a hearty bread which is perfect for toast or open-faced sandwiches. Quick and easy to make.

Corn Chili Zucchini Salad

A nice cold salad which goes great with BBQ'd meats or fish entrees. Great for picnics, as there is no mayonnaise. Cumin and chilies give this dish a zesty Mexican flare!

Bread, Cheese and Kalamata Olive

This bread has been in my family for many years, and it yields to many variations and substitutions (if you would like it lower in calories and fats, such as egg substitute, low-fat cheese, skim milk, etc.). It makes a great addition to a fish dinner or with eggs for breakfast, or just by itself!

Incredible! (1 rating)
Cheeseburger Buns

These cheeseburger buns are definitely a comfort food but great with a crisp green salad. In my family, they are loved for picnics. As an alternative to making the dough from scratch, store-bought rolls can be used for this recipe, but calories would need to be adjusted appropriately. I have also had great luck making this bread dough in my food processor which is much faster and easier on the wrists. Enjoy!