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Baked Sweet Potatoes

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2008
I agree with the second review in that I mixed everything in a bowl first and everything had much more flavor. I dont turn them over - I love when they get a tiny bit crispy on one side. I do love the oregano flavor however - I didn't skimp on that one!
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Yam Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2008
Wonderful recipe. I used 4 cups vegetable broth instead of chicken and added a dash of poultry seasoning. Even with the extra broth it turned into a very thick, chunky stew, which I actually loved! My husband loved the thickness too and all of the different flavors. I agree about the wild rice - its adds the only contrasting color in a sea of orange! My husband actually called his mother and told her about this soup the next day. She called and asked for the recipe! Mother-in-law asking me for cooking advice? Let's just say that's never happend before!
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Spaghetti Squash I

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2008
A great recipe. I was nervous because my husband hates squash, but he couldn't get enough of it! I did have to cook my squash much longer that I thought. I ended up microwaving it for about 15 minutes before it was even close to soft enough to scoop out. The olives and onions really add a lot of flavor and spunk. We had tons of leftovers so we enjoyed this dish for a few days!
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Rainbow Roasted Pepper Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2008
Amazing! I used 6 peppers and 4 cups of the vegetable broth, although I would probably use only 3 next time. I let the broth reduce down a bit in order to thicken it up into a stew. I generously splashed lemon juice over the peppers instead of using a lemon and left out the fennel. It tasted fabulous. My husband LOVED it - and he is usually a skeptic with new things. :) I cut about a 1/4 of the peppers into large 1 inch pieces and it made it really thick and chunky, which we loved. Less of a soup and more of a thick wintery stew. Perfect for cold nights!
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