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Reviewed Jamaican Lentil Stew With Coconut
"This was the hit of Thanksgiving dinner. Easy to make too. I had to send the recipe home with everyone. We made it without the Thai curry paste and substituted shallots for garlic. Yum! It was great cold or hot. Just writing about this soup makes me want some right now. Caution, it is filling."
Dec 3, 2012 on Food.com
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Nov 5, 2012 on Food.com
"I ate one immediately after baking them. It was a tad dry for my taste. And they are pale, which wasn't too appealing. But the next day they had really improved, gotten moist and the banana floavr was coming out. By the 3rd day, everyone was clammoring for them. Nice thing is that the oatmeal is filling, so you don't eat as many of them, even thoug..."
Oct 18, 2012 on Food.com
Saved Recipe Chocolate Chip Vegan Cookies (For Non-Vegans Too!) by sofie-a-toast
Oct 9, 2012 on Food.com
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Reviewed Mexican Unstuffed Bell Peppers
"I made this using the veggie crumbles and we both liked it. I omited the garlic, as we don't eat it, and used a mix of mild types of peppers. Since they were all sorts of shapes, I cut them into strips. I only used 15 oz of beans, as that's what size my can was. It seemed like a proper amount. I too used slightly less rice. I liked this idea of the..."
Aug 31, 2012 on Food.com
I live in Seattle and I eat mostly vegetarian. I cook a lot of Chinese and Indian food, but I like all cuisines! I particularly like old American recipes like sho-fly pie and spoon bread as well as the Nouvellest cuisine.