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"My husband said this was some of the best winter squash he had ever eaten. Plus its super simple. I really liked not having to try to cut the squash before it was cooked since they have such hard shells. I still had fresh sage in my container garden and its a very nice addition to the dish."
"This is an excellent soup for a cool fall supper. I used a jalapeno pepper instead of the red chile since that's what I had. I didn't remove any of the seeds but we like things a bit on the spicy side. I used a potato along with the celeriac since I didn't have quite enough and 4 cups of chicken broth to use up the box. I served it with cornbr..."
"I made this last night using a full sized whole wheat Boboli pizza crust and doubling the quantities of the toppings. I used fresh basil and a bit of fresh tarragon too. I also used more arugula then the recipe called for. Exact measurements aren't really important. It makes an easy and delicious supper."
"This is a delicious soup. I had a small head of napa cabbage from my CSA farm and used the whole thing. Its very filling and definitely worth trying."
"I made 1/2 the amount of chicken patties which I actually made with turkey. This was about the right amount unless you have a lot more cabbage. My husband and I both really enjoyed the dish. Plus its easy."
"I left out the tomato because I didn't have one available. The color of the finished dish is somewhat unattractive but the flavor is excellent."
"I made half the recipe since I only had 1 pint of oysters. I added a chopped potato to the celery and onions. I also added one cup of milk since it seemed a bit too thick with just 2 cups of half and half. The results were great and we loved the soup. Its important to not overcook the oyters."
"This is a delicious salad which is quick and easy to make. I didn't bother to soak my celery and it was still quite crispy. I did use honey instead of the maple syrup and local Wisconsin organic pears. I didn't happen to have any cheddar but had some organic mozzarella from a local farm which had good flavor and texture. It really let the pear..."
"If you use organic potatoes and apples, there's no need to peel them. I also cooked mine on a griddle to use less fat and served them with applesauce and chicken sausage links. A very tasty breakfast dish."