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Thursday, October 05, 2006, Issue No. 299
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Get Set for Autumn Entertaining
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Submitted By: Renae Sattazahn
This is a quick and tasty alternative to lasagna! Use frozen stuffed shells and Italian meatballs to complete this casserole. You may prepare this up to two days in advance.


Submitted By: Jose Mendoza
This traditional Peruvian soup contains large pieces of chicken breast and potato cooked with peas, corn and red pepper. It is a light version of the Peruvian Chicken Chowder (Chupe de Pollo).


Submitted By: Shann
Venison and vegetables are quickly tossed together and cooked until tender in a slow cooker. This is a delicious, hearty stew made with a minimum of fuss.


Submitted By: Nausheen Khan
Whole eggplants are charred over an open flame to remove their skins, then mashed with yogurt and seasonings for this smoky side dish.


Submitted By: VEGSUND
These sweet, rich waffles have been in my husband's family for generations. It is sure to be a family favorite.



Each week we take a look at what home cooks are stirring up in different parts of the country. This week our eye is on Iowa.
  1. Colorful Corn Chowder
  2. Tomato Chicken Parmesan
  3. Cheese Garlic Biscuits II
  4. Oven Roasted Potatoes
  5. Apple Crisp II

A name shared by three unrelated plants: the globe artichoke, Jerusalem artichoke and Chinese (or Japanese) artichoke. Considered the true artichoke, the globe artichoke is cultivated mainly in California's mid-coastal region. It's the bud of a large plant from the thistle family and has tough, petal-shaped leaves.

 
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