this hearty stew that originated in areas of south and east africa. potatoes, both sweet and white, as well as cauliflower, calcium-rich greens, raisins, and spices make a savory and nourishing meal to warm us on cold winter nights. serve topped with ri
an incredible alternative to the red stuff! i have served this a half dozen times as of the posting this recipe -- which is precisely why i'm posting the recipe, because people always bug me to death for it after they taste this delicious dipping sauce. a
this salad has a very different taste and looks lovely on a luncheon table. i usually prepare the rice the night before so it is ready to prepare in the morning, by lunch the salad is ready to serve. i use rice a roni wild rice pilaf mix for this recipe m
i begin to turn to soup when the weather outside turns a bit crisp, and i keep right on making and eating hearty, healthy, warming soups all winter long. this is an adaptable soup. instead of the swiss chard, you could substitute any dark greens (spinac
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