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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Simple and Delicious Kale Soup
This recipe was fabulous, and so simple yet so tasty!! I had no cannelloni beans but had some red potatoes from the garden. I boiled 5 medium sized red potatoes that were cubed in a vegetarian chicken broth. In a separate pan I sauteed a full onion and about 6 cloves of garlic that I minced in a food processor. I took a host of tomatoes from the garden and pulsed them in the food processor and added it to the onions and garlic and reduced this mixture. This I added to the potatoes and kale. I always de-stem kale (the main stem), I think it reduces the bitterness - I also chopped it finely. I used no other spices other than extra salt and pepper. It really needs nothing. So impressive and simple. I WILL make this again - so easy to add variable vegetables from the garden. Thanks so much for posting!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 14, 2014
Thai Cucumber Salad
Had a glut of cucumbers from the garden and we found this recipe. My wife is not a huge cucumber fan, but loved the heat and texture this salad presents! Overall we were very happy with it. We were able to cut out some of the sugar, may try a sugar substitute next time (perhaps coconut sugar). One jalapeno was more than enough. I put the jalapeno (whole, unseeded) into a food processor with the nuts and chopped it fine. Processing time was very short, seeding the cucumbers is the biggest task! Good the next day too, just pour out the liquid!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 1, 2014
Broiled Tilapia Parmesan
Easy to make. I pan fryed the fish in a drizzle of EVOO with some Old Bay as others suggested. I put the fish on a ceramic plate, spooned and spread the parmesian on top and the broiled on Low for 5-10 minutes until lightly golden on top. Superb!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 11, 2012
 
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