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Salads

Black Bean & Avocado Salad with Mango Dressing:  Basically, you just throw the dressing in the blender and the salad ingredients in a bowl. It’s a simple but not ordinary salad. Add grilled shrimp to make it a main course.

Persimmon and Pomegranate Salad with Basil: Simple and stunning. A great choice for the winter months.

Minty Caper Dressing: This dressing is amazing over grilled or roasted vegetables like eggplant, zucchini, artichoke hearts and potatoes.

Buttermilk Dressing: Quick and creamy salad dressing

Grilled Corn and Tofu Salad: Tossed with a lemon soy sauce dressing

Mixed Salad with Soy Honey Dressing: A favorite salad that’s a full meal. Lots of veggies with a zippy soy/sesame/honey dressing.

Side Dishes

Zucchini RiceA crowd-pleasing almost casserole for dinner or brunch

Simple Roasted Tomatoes: Serve as an appetizer or over pasta as quick sauce

Roasted Allspice Potatoes: A subtle new flavor makes simple roasted potatoes a little more interesting

Baked Quinoa: Three variations of quinoa casserole

Roasted Brussels Sprouts: Why is this so good? I really can’t explain it, but roasted Brussels sprouts with parsley are an amazing side dish or main course tossed with pasta

Main Courses

Pesto: You will never (trust me, I’ve tried) find store bought pesto that is as good as homemade pesto.

Cod with Creme Fraiche and Dill: Finally, a way to make white fish like cod interesting and flavorful!

Spicy Ginger Broth: Sip this broth straight or use it as a base for soup. Spicy and healing for whatever ails you.

Salmon and Watercress Sandwich with Paprika Mayo: Loaded with nutrients from salmon and watercress, this easy sandwich tastes very gourmet

Snacks

Black Bean Dip: A snack that can be turned into a meal – just serve tortillas instead of chips

Oatmeal Olive Oil Cookies: Healthy and delicious

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