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Vegetables recipes

  • These spicy sweet potatoes will warm you right up during the long months of winter.

  • Throw these ingredients in a crock-pot and enjoy the warm, delicious and fragrant food that practically cooks itself!

  • Another easy to make gem from MACSAC's "From Asparagus to Zucchini"!

  • A one pot meal that is nutritionally dense and easy to make. Leftovers taste great cold the next day!

  • A great recipe from Cynthia Lair’s fabulous book, “Feeding the Whole Family.”

  • $16 Squares are menus that feed four people for $16 or less. These menus incorporate products that are on sale this month at the Co-op. the cost of basic pantry ingredients like flour, spices, oil, and condiments are not included in the cost of each menu. Serving sizes are based on manufacturers’ recommendations where appropriate

  • "First of all, thank my lucky stars for Deborah Madison, whose original recipe I have adapted and expanded on.

    I am a big fan of preparing my ingredients ahead of time, and I especially recommend doing so with soup. It makes the cooking process so much easier to have everything you are going to need ready and waiting, instead of desperately scrambling to chop one thing while frantically stirring another."

  • "Inspired by Judy Rodgers in the wonderful Zuni Cafe cookbook. It’s one of those things that’s equally good hot from the oven, cooled to room temperature, or even reheated the next day. You won’t have any problems getting rid of any leftovers. This is a brilliant way to use up stale bread, but fresh can be used as well. Just make sure it’s a hearty rustic loaf, preferably sourdough – not something white and insipid. I used a vintage cheddar as my cheese but anything that makes good cheese on toast would work. This makes a wonderful vegetarian main course with a green salad on the side... it would also be a warming accompaniment to a roast chicken or even some roast beef."

  • The savory, rich flavor of collard creams melds with creamy coconut milk for a sumptuous dish.

  • Give your dark leafy greens a kick with this recipe! Try the cajun spice seasoning on other leafy greens, or on some popcorn.