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Brown Rice Supper with tofu, roasted peanut sauce, and stir-fried carrots

Brown Rice Supper with tofu, roasted peanut sauce, and stir-fried carrots

Submitted by: on Nov 5th, 2010
Rating:
5
Remember learning to roll-cut vegetables? Eating brown rice every day? Sipping miso soup for breakfast? If this is what you were doing in your commune, then you know how nice it is to return to this food on occasion. It's clean and wholesome and leaves you feeling the same. And even if memory ..
Brussels Sprout and Mushroom Ragout with herb dumplings

Brussels Sprout and Mushroom Ragout with herb dumplings

Submitted by: on Nov 2nd, 2010
Rating:
5
Simultaneously homey and special, this ragout has proven to more than one person that Brussels sprouts are good. While the recipe is made easier by using sliced onions, it becomes more special if you include pearl onions, cipollini, or whole shallots, peeled first and cooked in place of the yellow ..
Buttermilk Barbecued Turkey Legs

Buttermilk Barbecued Turkey Legs

Submitted by: on Oct 27th, 2010
Rating:
5
Once the poultry pieces have a nice golden brown color on all sides, move them over indirect heat, where they will roast evenly. By keeping the lid closed as much as possible, you will prevent flareups, you will speed up the cooking time, and you will capture the smokiness that gives grilled food ..
Cabbage and Leek Gratin with mustard cream

Cabbage and Leek Gratin with mustard cream

Submitted by: on Nov 1st, 2010
Rating:
5
This homey gratin is a standard in my kitchen because it’s reliably delicious and easy to make. It’s also versatile. While it makes no pretensions to grandeur with its rustic good looks, this gratin won’t disappoint. Home-cooked cannellini beans and braised carrots are two great side dishes ..
Cabbage Parcels with sweet-and-sour tomato sauce

Cabbage Parcels with sweet-and-sour tomato sauce

Submitted by: on Nov 9th, 2010
Rating:
5
These little parcels, wrapped in their string, look exceptionally inviting. Both fillings are hearty and they go with the sweet-and-sour tomato sauce. For cabbage, try to find Savoy—the one with crinkly leaves that look like majolica—it’s sweet and gorgeous. The dish is vegan if the filling ..
Caramel Sauce

Caramel Sauce

Submitted by: on Jul 5th, 2015
Rating:
0
Recipe source from Eugenie Kitchen
Caribbean Rub

Caribbean Rub

Submitted by: on Sep 21st, 2010
Rating:
5
A Caribbean rub that brings the slightly sweet and spicy flavors of the Islands simply.
Cedar-Planked Salmon with Honey-Lime Dressing

Cedar-Planked Salmon with Honey-Lime Dressing

Submitted by: on Oct 27th, 2010
Rating:
5
Freshness: The flesh should look bright and glistening. It should be firm and elastic to the touch, and it should smell like fresh seawater, not like fish. Whole fish should have red, moist gills and reflective skin.
Chicken and Seafood Rub

Chicken and Seafood Rub

Submitted by: on Sep 21st, 2010
Rating:
5
This rub goes great on chicken and all types of seafood. It can easily be adjusted to your taste. Fire up the grill!
Chicken Breasts with Soy and Mustard Marinade

Chicken Breasts with Soy and Mustard Marinade

Submitted by: on Oct 26th, 2010
Rating:
5
Today we are seeing more and more premium chickens available, and usually they are worth their higher price, though not always. Typically, these chickens are from old-fashioned breeds known more for their flavor than their plump breasts and perfectly even shape. Often called "free-range" ..
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