Browsing the "vegetarian recipe" Tag

Broccoli Fried Rice (a reader recipe)

January 16th, 2014 | by Reader Recipe

This recipe is for all age groups, I know mostly kids do not like broccoli but they do like fried rice. Combination of broccoli and stir fried rice will attract your kids


Black-Eyed Peas for the New Year

December 31st, 2013 | by Heather Carr

Black-eyed peas are a traditional part of a New Year menu. Some say eating black-eyed peas on New Year Day will bring luck throughout the year. These black-eyed peas can be made in a slow-cooker


Reader Recipe: Rich Roasted 
Tomato Soup

January 30th, 2013 | by Reader Recipe

A perfect complement to a grilled cheese or simply as a lovely start to any dinner, this homey and comforting soup highlights the concentrated and wonderfully sweet flavor achieved by roasting tomatoes—and feel free to use tomatoes that are past their prime for eating raw; they’ll be perfect in this preparation. I like to load up when the tomatoes are on sale, roast them, transfer to a freezer bag, and use year-round for my soup cravings


Creamy Peanut Fennel Soup

March 4th, 2012 | by Amie Valpone

Fennel is one of those tasty spring root veggies that confounds a lot of people. It's got a mild licorice-like flavor and is great chopped into slaws and salads or cooked up in recipes like this creamy peanut fennel soup!


Fried Eggplant Recipe: A Vegetarian Main Dish

May 20th, 2011 | by Peter J Levine

Here's a great main dish that my mother used to make every Thursday night which was our "vegetable dinner night." This eggplant recipe makes a hearty main dish with a salad or some greens on the side


Butternut Recipe: Vegetarian Sausage Rolls

May 17th, 2011 | by Guest Contributor

These vegetarian sausage rolls are best when made with butternut squash or sweet potato, but you can also a similar quantity of regular pumpkin of more or less any kind. As long as it's intended for cooking, it will do just fine. You can also add chopped leeks, potato, and salt and pepper to taste, or sprinkle grated cheese over the top before serving.


Crystallizing Pansies

April 24th, 2011 | by Cait Scott

Pansies are an amazing flower; they can tolerate harsh weather and can survive for long periods of time. But what's better than a pretty flower you may ask? Well, the answer is a pretty flower that you can eat! Learn how to crystallize pansies through easy step by step directions and beautiful photos.



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