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Adapted from Fancis Lam's (salon.com) Weapons-grade Ratatouille recipe. This is extra lovely when delicious local tomatoes are in season (heirlooms are great when affordable), but for a delicious and healthy dish year-round, substitute two boxes of Pomi crushed tomatoes (Pomi is an Italian brand that uses ripe, Roma tomatoes and no salt). Patience serves you well here. Cooking time is slow, but you'll be rewarded with amazing flavors! Fresh thyme and basil are added to your liking. I use several ounces of basil, and a generous tablespoon of thyme, both chopped.
Korean mixed rice dish, great for a hearty breakfast. This serves two, but I often find one serving to be a little too much. This dish is can be played with in many ways: Use any veggies you like (I generally choose for taste and texture/crunch). You can substitute scrabbled or poached egg for fried. Chicken or pork in place of beef, or just use more mushroom for a meaty texture. To cut the sodium, use Bragg's Liquid Aminos in place of shoyu.
Quick, delicious and versatile twist on salsa verde. A great combination of hot and sweet.
Easy, traditional recipe. Great during the summer by itself or as part of a mezza platter with whole wheat pitta and veggie kabobs.
Quick, simple, delicious and versatile.
Very simple soup with a nice, smokey flavor.
This comes together pretty quickly and makes great take-along lunches for the work week. My son and I threw this together one evening when we were short on ingredients and it was too late to go to the store. The recipe is in its simplest form; however, seasonal vegetables can be added as desired. Great paired with a mixed greens and veggie salad.
This is a nice, bright salad with great flavor and texture. The Newman's Own dressing has a kick to it, but any light honey mustard will do.
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