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Bruschetta with Black Bean Puree, Tomatoes and Arugula

I have found a silicone basting brush to be the best tool to use when grilling. Its non porous bristles won’t shed and are easy to clean. Leave the bristles with the boars. Grilled bread is a satisfying meal any time of day. To serve at dinner, use a loaf that is 8 inches long […]

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Gazpacho

A tomato classic, gazpacho is a chilled tomato soup that is known around the world as a Spanish contribution to the dinner table. You will need a 12-cup (2.8 L) food processor in order to process this soup but if you have a smaller capacity food processor or blender, divide the ingredients in half or […]

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Feta Olive Barley Tabbouleh

Sweet chewy barley replaces bulgur in this main course feta olive barley tabbouleh salad. Makes: 6 servings Ingredients: 1½ cups pot barley, rinsed 4½ cups water or vegetable stock ⅛ tsp salt ⅓ cup extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 cup tightly packed finely chopped flat leaf parsley leaves 2 […]

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Quinoa Chili

Quinoa needs to be rinsed to remove bitter resin coating. It needs the coating to prevent insects and critters from eating it. You don’t. You can cook the quinoa in vegetable broth for added flavour. Roast the quinoa as you bring your water to a boil. Add broth or cubes to the boiling water. Usually […]

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