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1. Fruit Cobbler Recipe
Here in eastern United States the weather is getting chilly. Although fruit cobbler is great anytime, it is especially good in cool weather. Serving hot and spicy Chili or spicy wings? Bring on the fruit cobbler.
2. Spicy Oven-Fried Oysters Recipe
If you like fried oysters you will love these oven-fried oysters with spicy cocktail sauce. Makes a great appetizer.
3. Gingered Lentil Soup Recipe
Gingered lentil soup with kielbasa is a meal in a cup or bowl. While hearty it is not heavy and a little will go a long way in keeping the hunger pangs away if you are going to have a busy, no time for dinner evening.
4. Vegetable Stir-Fry Recipe
This vegetable stir fry is quick, healthful, tasty and a bit spicy. Serve over brown or white rice.
5. Black Bean Dip Recipe
Black beans are not just good in soup, when pureed with other ingredients they make a delicious and healthful dip or spread.
6. Veggie and Rice Salad
This vegetable and rice salad is tasty and filling. Not your standard green salad or pasta salad, it is a sweet pea, onion, tomatoes and green pepper mix in rice. Can be eaten as a meal for lunch or dinner, just add fish or meat if you feel the need.
7. Short Ribs with Garlic and Ginger Recipe
This is crock pot cooking at its tastiest and best. Put your meal in a pot early in the morning for a delicious short rib dinner in the evening.
8. Tricolor Ribbon Salad Recipe
Try this unusual salad recipe with sliced steak served medium rare. The soft creaminess of Romaine lettuce is a perfect match for the sweet Vidalia onion.
9. Cheese Straws
Cheese straws are an old treat. These long, thin tidbits are often served at adult party's but children like the gentle bite of them as well. This recipe is easy and timeless.
This vegetable-filled quiche recipe is rich so a little goes a long way. Quiche is good anytime, brunch, dinner or even breakfast.
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