Recipes

“Tropical Paradise in a Glass” Blend

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Print “Tropical Paradise in a Glass” Blend   All you need now is a warm breeze and a great imagination. Ingredients 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks 1 whole mango, peeled and pitted 1 whole banana 1-6 ounce container coconut milk yogurt (non-dairy) Ice cubes Instructions Blend. Wordpress Recipe Plugin by EasyRecipe 2.2.1  

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Tropical Fruit Salad

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Print Tropical Fruit Salad   Ingredients Pineapple, peeled and cored Mango, peeled and pitted Papaya, peeled and seeded Unsweetened coconut Ground flax seeds Instructions Cut fruit into bite-size pieces and place in a serving bowl or individual bowls. Sprinkle fruit with coconut and flax. Serve. Wordpress Recipe Plugin by EasyRecipe 2.2.1  

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Tortilla Vegetable Pizza

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Print Tortilla Vegetable Pizza Serves: 1   This NY-style thin-crust pizza uses a whole-grain tortilla as the base. Ingredients 1 whole-wheat flour tortilla Steamed broccoli Steamed kale Tomatoes, chopped and/or Favorite sauce (optional) Shredded mozzarella cheese Instructions Place tortilla on a baking sheet and top with either chopped fresh tomatoes or sauce or both. Add steamed… Read more »

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Salade Verte with Sliced Turnips

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Print Classic Vinaigrette Serves: Yield about ½ cup   The French are known to serve the salad course after the main course as a palate cleanser as well as a way to reduce heartburn and indigestion after a hearty entrée. This recipe is from the cookbook, Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant. Mesclun mix (this is a combination… Read more »

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Roasted Veggies

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Print Roasted Veggies   Roasting will bring out the natural sweetness of vegetables making them wonderfully rich and caramelized.  Ingredients Any combination of raw vegetables of your liking: Asparagus Broccoli Brussels sprouts Butternut squash Carrots Cauliflower Fennel Onions Peppers New potatoes, unpeeled, cut in quarters String beans Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Zucchini 3 tablespoons olive oil… Read more »

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Quick and Easy Black Beans and Rice

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Print Quick and Easy Black Beans and Rice   Ingredients Black beans Microwave rice Tomatoes Avocado Dairy-free cheddar cheese (or cheese of your liking) Corn tortilla chips Instructions Heat rice in the microwave. Drain beans, and rinse. Put in bowl. Place rice on plate. Put some beans on top of rice. Top with chopped tomatoes…. Read more »

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Pan-Roasted Mushrooms

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Print Pan-Roasted Mushrooms Serves: 4 as side dish   Recipe courtesy of Jeff Crump and Bettina Schormann, Authors of Earth to Table: Seasonal Recipes from an Organic Farm, 2009 Ingredients 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 8 cups sliced wild mushrooms (such as chanterelle, shiitake, oyster or morels) 2 tablespoons water ¼ cup unsalted butter 2 tablespoons… Read more »

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Oven-Roasted Chips of Winter Roots

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Print Oven-Roasted Chips of Winter Roots Serves: 4-6   Celery root, parsnip, rutabaga, turnip, and fennel all have distinctly different tastes and textures. Roasting brings out the flavor of each, and using them in combination is a simple way to bring a wide range of tastes to the plate. Parsnips are dense, rich, and sweet, while… Read more »

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Mini Wonton Lasagnas

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Print Mini Wonton Lasagnas   You can make 12 in a large muffin tin or 24 in a regular muffin tin. This recipe is also great as a standard lasagna in a 9″x13″ pan using the Wonton Wraps. No need to boil noodles. I made these in the large muffin tin. Ingredients 1 12-ounce package… Read more »

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“Let’s Go Flyers” Fake-Out Cocktail

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Print “Let’s Go Flyers” Fake-Out Cocktail   This is a great drink, either as a smoothie or strained as a juice. Who says you need a beer to watch a hockey game when you can healthfully enjoy this beta-carotene-infused libation? Ingredients 4 medium carrots, ends removed 2 oranges, peeled 1 cup chopped papaya ½ inch… Read more »

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