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Italian Kale

Reviewed: Apr. 13, 2010
I used Kale AND collard greens just to have more veggies. Then I chopped up some chicken sausages from Costco and stirred it in until warm. The whole family loved it!
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Cabbage Soup II

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2009
Very flexible recipe! I used ground beef instead of ham, left out the barley and added some macaroni noodles at the end. Also I used pre-made veggie broth. I did not have to cook it quite as long. Maybe 45 minutes. It would be great in the crockpot too after browning the meat. As other reviewers mentioned the flavors of the garlic and onions really carry the recipe. I was able to add some other left over veggies from the fridge (green beans) and it was great! My hubby took it today for lunch which is always a good sign.
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Garlicky Baked Butternut Squash

Reviewed: Oct. 30, 2008
Squash is such an inexpensive meal for families that I was thrilled to find this new twist on an old standby for fall. Any winter squash could be baked in place of the recommended butternut in this recipe. Last night I doubled this recipe and made it with a large hubbard squash (grey-green type). My family of 6 kids w/ varying tastes in food, and also my hubby who does not particularly like squash all loved it! For those who have not cooked with winter-type squash before the following information might be of use: Sometimes the squash may be intimidating to "open up". Try using a large kitchen knife if you don't have a cleaver, and tapping lightly on it with a rubber mallet. Personally I find cleavers a little scary unless they are being used on meat that's a little lower to the cutting board. After cutting in half and scooping out the seeds you can usually cut the rest of the squash with the large knife and without the aid of the mallet. Next, cut the squash into manageable slices, like a melon, and slice off the rind or skin with a knife or even a peeler. Cube and continue with the recipe! I added twice the amount of recommended garlic and kept everything else the same in this recipe. Except I did wait and add the cheese after the casserole was out of the oven. It was very moist and flavorful. If there is lots of moisture left in your baking pan, you probably haven't cooked them long enough (as one reviewer already mentioned). Enjoy!
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Layered Spinach Salad

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2008
The whole family loved it. We used it as a one-dish meal for dinner. I doubled the recipe and used 1/2 the recommended dressing and it was plenty! Also used regular tomatoes in place of cherry and that worked great too. Very tasty and filling.
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Tomato Spinach and Basil Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2003
This IS a very versatile recipe. I simmered the onion and garlic in water, left out the sugar and replaced the milk with rice milk and my family (which includes 5 kids) still loved it. Even my picky son who was so upset that I put spinach in his tomatoe soup. I did ladle out about half the soup into a blender to puree. It gave it a smoother texture overall. We served it w/ croutons on top and it was delish' !
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