Monthly Archives: February 2008

Black Beans and Yellow Rice

This recipe is nice to have on hand when you don’t have alot of time to throw something together. The thing that takes the longest is the yellow rice-it takes about 20 minutes to cook. But while it’s cooking, you … Continue reading

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Beguine Cream Soup

Today was nasty and rainy out, so you know what that means. Soup! This soup was a cinch to make. When I make it again, I will add alot more salt and pepper, though. It was kind of bland. But … Continue reading

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Mushroom Noodle Casserole

Ok, this one will really throw you. I got this recipe from…A Dollywood cookbook! This cookbook was my grandmother’s, and this is the first recipe I have tried from it. Granted, I had to “veggify” it a little, but it … Continue reading

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Potato and Black Bean Soup

This soup sounded good, looked easy enough, and I thought, you know, a cold day like today needs some yummy soup. Well, I didn’t like it. It was very blah and bland. However, Toby DID like it. He added some … Continue reading

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Southwestern Black Bean Burgers

I am normally not a meatless burger fan, but for some reason I decided to try these. They were a cinch to make. Well, not a cinch…it takes some effort to smash those beans! I tried the nonstick cooking spray, … Continue reading

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Stir-Fried Green Beans with Peanuts

I bought a new cookbook, mainly for making food for Liam (he’s 15 months old). It’s called “Better than Peanut Butter & Jelly”. It’s filled with “quick vegetarian meals your kids will love!” I picked this recipe to start with. … Continue reading

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Lemony Roasted Potatoes

These are another great recipe from “Veganomicon”. They were excellent! And super easy! The only thing is that they take a while to cook. But the prep is hardly anything. Toby really liked them (he had 2 helpings!) and said … Continue reading

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Nothing new yesterday

Toby actually REQUESTED a recipe that I made last week! He said he LOVED that Mile-High Tortilla thing, and would I make it again. So I did. So this means that it’s a really good recipe and you should try … Continue reading

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Omelet aux Fines Herbs

I had a hankering for an omelette, so I decided to try this one. It was very simple to make, although making it their way left it a little uncooked for my taste. And I used dried tarragon instead of … Continue reading

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Curried Corn Chowder

I decided to make a recipe from a cookbook I’ve had for a long time and never used- “The Great Vegetarian Cookbook: The Chef’s Secret Recipes” by Kathleen DeVanna Fish. This soup was simple to make, although I had to … Continue reading

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