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Agave sweetened orange orange pekoe tea
changed the recipe quite a bit, but i still loved it, the mix of oranges, lemon and tea was amazing.  first i only used one orange and one lemon and 4 tea bags. i also made it as a sun tea, so i just cut everything up, put it in a big container of water and sat it outside for several hours. (kelsi)
Cajun creole spiced tempeh pieces with creamy grits
I love cajun-creole food so I decided to make the tempeh this way and omit the grits.  I wasn't expecting much, but it was one of those "OMG this is so good" meals.  I followed his rather interesting instructions, which called for the tempeh to be simmered in stock (I used veggie broth) for 30 minutes and then air dried for another 30 minutes, then fried in a whopping 1/2 cup of olive oil, then mixed with the dry spices.  The spices and the olive oil flavor was fantastic.  It was very peppery in that it had white pepper, cayene and red pepper flakes, all of which I like.I used only half the amount of salt he asked for. Instead of the grits I simply mixed with brown rice and diced tomatoes. Good eatin'. (tweety)
Citrus collards with raisin redux
freaking amazing.  super duper easy, i loved 'em and so did my husband. (kadreath)
Add me to the list of people that love the collard greens.  They are amazingly good! (Tweety)
New favorite way to prepare greens! This is just delicious. (mamaanna)
This recipe was the first I tried from this book, and I loved it!  The sweet-tart of the juice and the raisins is perfect with the collards. (katequeenofsprouts)
Open faced BBQ tempeh sandwich with carrot cayenne coleslaw
It was very good, but too salty.  It calls for 3/4th cup of tamari which is aborbed in the cooking, so I would dilute it or try a low sodium version.  I even used low salt tomato sauce which I always use and it was still salty.  But still very flavorfull. (tweety)
HUGE hit...even the picky picky omni step son dug them.  I did serve the sandwiches with the Carrot-Cayenne coleslaw (also quite tasty) and that helped to even out the saltiness of the tempeh. (kadreath)
I like this a bunch, though for a lightweight like me, it is a touch too spicy.  Hubby adores it, which is surprising.  He usually hates bbq sauce, and he loves this. Asks for it a lot. (katequeenofsprouts)
Sweet sweetback's salad with roasted beet vinaigrette

Uncle Don's double mustard greens and roasted yam soup

It's all good zero waste watermelon
Balsamic syrup sweetened watermelon sorbet

Citrus and spice pickled watermelon rind

Double watermelon strawberry slushee

Fresh watermelon vodka martini

Red rocket salad with watermelon basil vinaigrette

Watermelon slices with basil sea salt

Hydro game- drinks
Almond milk

California slurricane

Cinnamon applejack toddy

Citrus zest and fresh mint tea

Frozen Memphis mint julep

Lavender lemonade

People's punch

Pure strawberry pop

Simple syrup

Sin-ger thirst quencher

Sparkling rosemary lemon limeade

Sweet, sour, and spicy blackberry limeade

Sound bites- appetizers. starters. snacks.
Baked sweet potato fries with ginger peanut dipping sauce
We liked this a lot. They were delicious with our veggie burgers. The kiddo and her friend both really loved them. (mamaanna)
Black eyed pea fritters with hot pepper sauce
good, but I had to add a bit more cornmeal than asked for and then they promptly fell apart.  Not sure if that was an error on my part, but .... the sauce he recommends to go with it is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING.  Actually, every sauce and/or dressing I have made from this book has come out absolutely amazing. (xhaleyx)
I always mean to make these more than I do.  These do require some thinking ahead (soaking the peas overnight, then chilling the fritter batter), but they are very good, especially with the sauce.  The sauce could actually be hotter, but that's easily fixed.  (sweetgeorgiapeach)
Candied walnuts

Crispy okra strips with lime thyme vinaigrette
I wasn't sure about using the vinegarette to sautee the okra in, but it really worked. I think the vinagarette could have used a little more garlic, but overall was very good. It cooked down and the okra got very tender, yet crispy on the outside with a hint of lime. Next time I might even throw in some tequila and maybe some mint in place of the thyme for a bit of a mojito fried okra dish. Very good! (sb)
Well, mine didn't turn out how they were supposed to. It was my error in not completely reading the recipe first, but I was annoyed at the extra steps! I thought it would be a fairly quick recipe. Anyway, mine did not crisp up how they should have, and the breading did not stick. The flavor was good, and we both love okra. P apparently loves okra even more than I knew, so he enjoyed this a lot. I will not do this recipe again however, as I did not enjoy the okra slicing process and SO MUCH slime, but I imagine properly made, it would be great. (AC)
Double maple coated pecans
HOLY FUCKING YES PLZ. Used regular sugar because I didn't have any maple sugar, but I rocked some Grade B maple syrup because it imparts a stronger maple flavor into everything it touches.  (sb)
Garlicky baby lima bean spread

Little banana maple pecan cornbread muffins
These came out perfect. I ate most of them plain, but added 'butter' and jam to some once they dried out a couple days after the fact. Awesome stuff! (sb)
Minimalist survival snack mix

Pan fried coconut tempeh cubes with creamy celeriac sauce

Roasted plantain pieces with roasted garlic lime dipping sauce

Roasted winter squash seeds

Some things are small in Texas caviar

Spicy goobers

Mix plates- salads. slaws. dressings.
Basic vinaigrette

Caramelized grapefruit, avocado, and watercress salad with grapefruit vinaigrette

Carrot cayenne coleslaw
really good. The ingredients are:  red & green cabbage, carrots, mustard, vinegar, agave nectar, salt, cayenne, olive oil, and toasted sesame seeds.  Yay!  No mayo. The recipe specified champagne vinegar, which I didn't have, so I used apple cider vinegar. I don't like the sharpness of cayenne pepper, so I substituted ground chipotle pepper. I also added figs.  I had some dried out figs that I put through the grater part of my food processor.  It stressed my machine, but I ended up with fine bits of figs that mixed thorougly through the coleslaw.  The recipe calls for mixing the two cabbages shortly before serving.  The colors are very vibrant just after mixing.  I put them both together for the ease of it and the colors began to bleed within the hour.  It's still pretty, but not "sharp."  For work lunches it's fine, but for a work potluck, I'd combine them just before the event started.  The first time I tried it I loved it.  Then I remembered the toasted sesame seeds in my toaster oven.  I added those and o.m.g.  They add the right touch.  I really like this recipe. (hh)
Pretty good slaw! Simple, too. I didn't use purple cabbage, but that would have been pretty. I used yellow instead of dijon mustard, and ACV+rice wine vinegar for the vinegar. I forgot the sesame seeds! P hates even the mention of the word "slaw," so this was just for me. (AC)
I always love a good vinegar-based coleslaw and this is no exception! Good flavor.  I was lucky enough to find champagne vinegar, so I used that...not sure if using another vinegar would be too strongly flavored or not. Only thing I didn't like was the sesame seeds.  Probably won't bother adding them next time. (kristinv)
This tasted good, but I realized that I don't really like coleslaw once I made a huge bowl of it.  I prefer my cabbage cooked, I guess.  That being said, the mix of flavors in the dressing were very good, and I liked the spice.  I would use the dressing on a salad and enjoy it. (sweetgeorgiapeach)
I like this, but hubby loves it and begs me to make it when warm weather nears. (katequeenofsprouts)
Carrot cranberry walnut salad with creamy walnut vinaigrette

Chilled citrus broccoli salad
Very good.  Citrus and broccoli go well together and this called for orange, lemon and lime juice.  I cut back from the nine tablespoons of olive oil it called for to five, although I think it would have been better with a couple more.  I also didn't use all the salt called for in the water to make the broccoli. (tweety)
Chilled and grilled okra, corn, and heirloom tomato salad
I made this to go w/jambalaya and biscuits and it was excellent! Very fresh and healthy with wonderful flavor. There wasn't too much sliminess with this recipe, which I know is nice for people who think they don't love okra. I bumped up the seasonings some, as per usual. Got rave reviews from the dinner guests (in this case, a touring metal band, all omnis!). (mamaanna)
Garlicky creamy vinaigrette

Roasted red potato salad with parsley pine nut pesto
this was our favorite dish for thanksgiving!!  i could have just eaten this. (kelsi)
Shaved cucumber salad with citrus cilantro dressing

Shredded beet, apple, and currant salad with apple vinaigrette

Straightforward coleslaw

Wild style salad

Liquid lessons- soups. stews. pot likker.
Butternut squash bartlett pear soup with roasted butternut squash seeds
mmmmmm.  its a tad bit sweet from the pears and so savory/comforting from the squash and thyme.  this soup is awesome and will go on my thanksgiving menu. (kelsi)
Charred plum tomato and sweet corn soup with crispy okra strips and a kick

Chilled heirloom tomato soup with cucumber salsa and toasted peanuts

Cold and creamy cucumber watermelon soup with pickled watermelon rind salsa

Creamy yellow potato soup with rosemary oil and crispy rosemary

Garlic broth

Gumbo Z

Roasted root vegetable Ital stew

Roasted turnips and shallots with turnip greens soup

'Shroom stock

Simple stock

Spicy mafe tempeh

Succotash soup with garlicky cornbread croutons

Sweet corn broth

Tempeh, shiitake mushroom, and cornmeal dumpling stew

So fresh and so green green-veritable vegetables
Candied sweet potato discs and apple slices

Collard confetti

Crisp green beans with roasted shallots and walnuts

Cumin cayenne mashed potatoes with caramelized onions
Good! I do think I like regular mashed potatoes better, but this was a nice version, and I like his method. I used soymilk, and rosemary instead of thyme. (AC)
very good.  I used hemp milk instead of rice because that's what I had.   The leftovers were slightly dry, so maybe some more "milk" might be in order when I try it again. (tweety)
Fried green tomatoes with creamy celeriac sauce

Garlic broth braised Brussels sprouts
Run, don't walk, to making this dish.  Now, I love my brussels sprouts, but this is the best way to eat them.  They are meltingly tender.  Also, I like using the broth to steam kale, corn, and carrots for a flavorful and oil-free side dish or snack. (katequeenofsprouts)
Green pea and leek puree

Grilled asparagus with rosemary sea salt

Grilled corn on the cob with spicy garlic miso dressing

Jamaican veggie patties
These take a good amount of preparation, and they are far from healthy (coconut milk curry in a pastry), but they are worth it.  The recipe makes a LOT, so we usually have these for dinner two days in a row (no complaints about that!) with different sides.  I wasn't sure about the mix of vegetables, but they all work very well in the curry. (sweetgeorgiapeach)
Little potato and sweet potato pancakes

Mixed herb marinated grilled summer squash and bell peppers

Roasted potato and mixed greens gratin
this was alright, it needed some nutritional yeast!  i loved the mix of greens and potatoes and the milk surprisingly turned out nicely, but it just needed more of a cheesy flavor.  thats what i like best about gratin, the "cheese". (kelsi)
Loved this!  Like the other reviewer I was thinking "where's the nooch??" but decided to trust the chef, as I never ate a lot of gratin before and wouldn't miss the chessiness.  It didn't need the nooch in my opinion.  I thought the rice milk would make it weird, but it was very good.  I didn't roast the potatoes the whole time he recommended and cut off about ten minutes.  Perhaps I sliced too thin, but they were done.  I used turnip greens and mustard greens because that's what the store had as collards aren't in season.  It was a time consuming dish for it to be just a side dish, but worth the effort.  (tweety)
Roasted root vegetables with roasted garlic lime dipping sauce
very good. (tweety)
Roasted sweet potato puree with coconut milk

Sauteed jalapeno corn
delish. (tweety)
Simple seared green beans

Spicy smothered green cabbage
This recipe may look simple, but it is perfectly seasoned and quite delicious.  It's also quick and easy, so it's the perfect side dish for when I'm in a hurry.  The popping mustard seeds never fail to amuse me. (sweetgeorgiapeach)
Sweet coconut ginger creamed corn

Wilted Swiss chard and spinach with lemon tahini dressing

Bring the grain-rice. oats. ancient grains. grits.
Black. brown. green. granola

Brown coconut rice

Brown steel cut oats in the hour of quiescence

Maple almond granola

New world red rice

Not too dirty rice

Pan fried grit cakes with caramelized spring onions, garlic, thyme

Power porridge

Savory triple corn grits

Upper Caribbean creamy grits with roasted plantain pieces

Protein routine-beans. tofu. tempeh. seitan.
Baked BBQ black eyed peas
Very tasty BBQ sauce on these.  I liked them but my husband LOOOOVED them.  He gets super excited whenever I make them, lol.  Make sure to plan ahead for this dish!  Beans need to be soaked overnight, then cooked before baking with the BBQ sauce and other ingredients.  You could probably get away with using canned black eyed peas if you're in a hurry. (kristinv)
These puppies are delicious. I think the only thing I changed was the addition of molasses. Oh, and I doubled the chipotle peppers and squeezed alll of the liquid out of the can into this for maximum heat because that's what's up. (sb)
Blackened tofu slabs with succotash salsa
very easy and very good!!!! (tweety)
Boppin' John

Creole hoppin' Jean

Good green tempeh packet

Red beans and brown rice with red wine simmered seitan

Rosemary roasted tofu cubes

Smothered seitan medallions in mixed mushroom gravy

Tempeh stuffed bell peppers
o.k.  Definitely needs more seasoning and I would probably cut the stuffing recipe in half, because it makes WAY MORE than anyone needs. (xhaleyx)
Based on a previous poster's comment, I amped up the spices in this recipe and the results were quite tasty.  However, I'm not sure if they were tasty enough to warrant the prep work involved here.  If I was to make these in the future, I would probably substitute canned roasted tomatoes for the oven roasted tomatoes, and add chopped raw garlic to the sauteeing onions and peppers for the filling instead of roasting the garlic beforehand.   Also, I have a bucket load of leftover filling!  I could have probably stuffed a dozen peppers instead of 4. (peaceablepalate)
Whole grain mustard and cornmeal crusted seitan
not bad.  A nice 'nugget' like like taste, very unique.  I dipped them in his bbq sauce recipe which is most excellent. (tweety)  
Daily bread-biscuits. cakes. cornbread.
Garlicky cornbread croutons

Johnny blaze cakes
These take awhile to make as they need to be cooked 8 to 10 minutes per side.  A large griddle would definitely make things go a lot faster.  I was hoping for more of a cornbread or pancake-like  consistency with these, but despite the crispy, browned exteriors, the interiors remained soft, more like polenta than cakes.  Probably wouldn't make again. (peaceablepalate)
Sweet cornmeal coconut butter drop biscuits
Amazing.  The texture was flakier than I expected, but with a little crunch from the cornmeal.  I was skeptical about the cinnamon, but it was perfect, and it made the kitchen smell heavenly.  The recipe made two dozen small biscuits, and there were less than 10 left after dinner.  Hubby had his buttered, the kids put apple butter on theirs, but I ate mine plain.  I never eat plain biscuits, so these were a roaring success! (sweetgeorgiapeach)
Quinoa quinoa cornbread

Margie's cupboard-condiments. sauces. preserves. pickles.
Barbecue sauce
most excellent (tweety)
Basic tomato sauce

Cajun creole spice blend

Caramelized red onion relish

Creamed cashews

Creamy celeriac sauce

Fresh plum ketchup

Garlic olive oil

Green tomato basil chutney
really delicious. The only thing I'd adjust is next time to add a little more red wine vinegar, and probably use whole cumin seeds instead of ground. Great recipe, though! (sb)
Herbed sea salt

Hot apple cider vinegar

Hot pepper sauce

Mixed herb marinade

Mixed mushroom gravy

Multipurpose coating for dredging foods

Peach salsa

Rainbow chow chow

Smoky pickled purple okra

Spicy dill pickles

Strawberry and slightly hot pepper jam

Sweet thangs-desserts. candies. ambrosial treats.
Balsamic peaches with creamed cashews

Candied orange peel
KILLER!!! I added some vanilla extract, but I think I'd probably leave them out if I just ate these as a snack. Instead, I finely chopped these bad boys up and put them in the dough of my pear & almond cobbler that I served at a dinner party.  (sb)
Chocolate granola pudding parfait

Chocolate orange pudding

Chocolate pecan pudding pie

Coconut oil pie crust

Coconut pecan pralines

Maple yam ginger pie

Molasses vanilla ice cream with candied walnuts

Soul on ice pops

Spiced peach rustic pie with dried cranberries

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Cumin cayenne mashed potatoes with caramelized onions - very good.  I used hemp milk instead of rice because that's what I had.  The leftovers were slightly dry, so maybe some more "milk" might be in order when I try it again. 

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I made the Tempeh stuffed bell peppers and thought it was ... o.k.  Definitely needs more seasoning and I would probably cut the stuffing recipe in half, because it makes WAY MORE than anyone needs.  The black bean fritters were good, but I had to add a bit more cornmeal than asked for and then they promptly fell apart.  Not sure if that was an error on my part, but .... the sauce he recommends to go with it is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING.  Actually, every sauce and/or dressing I have made from this book has come out absolutely amazing.

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butternut squash and pear soup.  mmmmmm.  its a tad bit sweet from the pears and so savory/comforting from the squash and thyme.  this soup is awesome and will go on my thanksgiving menu.

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Grilled okra, corn and heirloom tomato salad- I made this to go w/jambalaya and biscuits and it was excellent! Very fresh and healthy with wonderful flavor. There wasn't too much sliminess with this recipe, which I know is nice for people who think they don't love okra. I bumped up the seasonings some, as per usual. Got rave reviews from the dinner guests (in this case, a touring metal band, all omnis!).

Collards w/raisin redux-  New favorite way to prepare greens! This is just delicious.

Baked sweet potato fried with ginger peanut dipping sauce- We liked this a lot. They were delicious with our veggie burgers. The kiddo and her friend both really loved them.

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orange pekoe tea - i changed the recipe quite a bit, but i still loved it, the mix of oranges, lemon and tea was amazing.  first i only used one orange and one lemon and 4 tea bags. i also made it as a sun tea, so i just cut everything up, put it in a big container of water and sat it outside for several hours.

roasted red potatoes and pesto - this was our favorite dish for thanksgiving!!  i could have just eaten this.

potatoes and greens gratin - this was alright, it needed some nutritional yeast!  i loved the mix of greens and potatoes and the milk surprisingly turned out nicely, but it just needed more of a cheesy flavor.  thats what i like best about gratin, the "cheese".

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Chilled citrus broccoli salad - Very good.  Citrus and broccoli go well together and this called for orange, lemon and lime juice.  I cut back from the nine tablespoons of olive oil it called for to five, although I think it would have been better with a couple more.  I also didn't use all the salt called for in the water to make the broccoli. (tweety)

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Roasted potato and mixed greens gratin - Loved this!  Like the other reviewer I was thinking "where's the nooch??" but decided to trust the chef, as I never ate a lot of gratin before and wouldn't miss the chessiness.  It didn't need the nooch in my opinion.  I thought the rice milk would make it weird, but it was very good.  I didn't roast the potatoes the whole time he recommended and cut off about ten minutes.  Perhaps I sliced too thin, but they were done.  I used turnip greens and mustard greens because that's what the store had as collards aren't in season.  It was a time consuming dish for it to be just a side dish, but worth the effort.  (tweety)

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Carrot Cayenne Coleslaw - I always love a good vinegar-based coleslaw and this is no exception! Good flavor.  I was lucky enough to find champagne vinegar, so I used that...not sure if using another vinegar would be too strongly flavored or not.  Only thing I didn't like was the sesame seeds.  Probably won't bother adding them next time.

Baked BBQ Black Eyed Peas - Very tasty BBQ sauce on these.  I liked them but my husband LOOOOVED them.  He gets super excited whenever I make them, lol.  Make sure to plan ahead for this dish!  Beans need to be soaked overnight, then cooked before baking with the BBQ sauce and other ingredients.  You could probably get away with using canned black eyed peas if you're in a hurry.

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Cajun-creole spiced tempeh - I love cajun-creole food so I decided to make the tempeh this way and omit the grits.  I wasn't expecting much, but it was one of those "OMG this is so good" meals.  I followed his rather interesting instructions, which called for the tempeh to be simmered in stock (I used veggie broth) for 30 minutes and then air dried for another 30 minutes, then fried in a whopping 1/2 cup of olive oil, then mixed with the dry spices.  The spices and the olive oil flavor was fantastic.  It was very peppery in that it had white pepper, cayene and red pepper flakes, all of which I like.  I used only half the amount of salt he asked for.

Instead of the grits I simply mixed with brown rice and diced tomatoes.  Good eatin'.  (Tweety)

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Baked BBQ Black Eyed Peas: These puppies are delicious. I think the only thing I changed was the addition of molasses. Oh, and I doubled the chipotle peppers and squeezed alll of the liquid out of the can into this for maximum heat because that's what's up.

Candied Orange Peels: KILLER!!! I added some vanilla extract, but I think I'd probably leave them out if I just ate these as a snack. Instead, I finely chopped these bad boys up and put them in the dough of my pear & almond cobbler that I served at a dinner party.

Double Maple Coated Pecans: HOLY FUCKING YES PLZ. Used regular sugar because I didn't have any maple sugar, but I rocked some Grade B maple syrup because it imparts a stronger maple flavor into everything it touches.

Little Banana-Maple Pecan Cornbread Muffins: These came out perfect. I ate most of them plain, but added 'butter' and jam to some once they dried out a couple days after the fact. Awesome stuff!

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Sweet Cornmeal-Coconut Butter Drop Biscuits  Amazing.  The texture was flakier than I expected, but with a little crunch from the cornmeal.  I was skeptical about the cinnamon, but it was perfect, and it made the kitchen smell heavenly.  The recipe made two dozen small biscuits, and there were less than 10 left after dinner.  Hubby had his buttered, the kids put apple butter on theirs, but I ate mine plain.  I never eat plain biscuits, so these were a roaring success!

Spicy Smothered Green Cabbage  This recipe may look simple, but it is perfectly seasoned and quite delicious.  It's also quick and easy, so it's the perfect side dish for when I'm in a hurry.  The popping mustard seeds never fail to amuse me.

Jamaican Veggie Patties  These take a good amount of preparation, and they are far from healthy (coconut milk curry in a pastry), but they are worth it.  The recipe makes a LOT, so we usually have these for dinner two days in a row (no complaints about that!) with different sides.  I wasn't sure about the mix of vegetables, but they all work very well in the curry.

Black-Eyed Pea Fritters with Hot Pepper Sauce  I always mean to make these more than I do.  These do require some thinking ahead (soaking the peas overnight, then chilling the fritter batter), but they are very good, especially with the sauce.  The sauce could actually be hotter, but that's easily fixed. 

Carrot-Cayenne Coleslaw  This tasted good, but I realized that I don't really like coleslaw once I made a huge bowl of it.  I prefer my cabbage cooked, I guess.  That being said, the mix of flavors in the dressing were very good, and I liked the spice.  I would use the dressing on a salad and enjoy it.

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Tempeh Stuffed Bell Peppers

Based on a previous poster's comment, I amped up the spices in this recipe and the results were quite tasty.  However, I'm not sure if they were tasty enough to warrant the prep work involved here.  If I was to make these in the future, I would probably substitute canned roasted tomatoes for the oven roasted tomatoes, and add chopped raw garlic to the sauteeing onions and peppers for the filling instead of roasting the garlic beforehand.  Also, I have a bucket load of leftover filling!  I could have probably stuffed a dozen peppers instead of 4.   

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Johnny Blaze Cakes

These take awhile to make as they need to be cooked 8 to 10 minutes per side.  A large griddle would definitely make things go a lot faster.  I was hoping for more of a cornbread or pancake-like  consistency with these, but despite the crispy, browned exteriors, the interiors remained soft, more like polenta than cakes.  Probably wouldn't make again.

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Collards with raisins redux

This recipe was the first I tried from this book, and I loved it!  The sweet-tart of the juice and the raisins is perfect with the collards.

Garlic-broth braised brussel sprouts
Run, don't walk, to making this dish.  Now, I love my brussels sprouts, but this is the best way to eat them.  They are meltingly tender.  Also, I like using the broth to steam kale, corn, and carrots for a flavorful and oil-free side dish or snack.

carrot cayenne cole slaw
I like this, but hubby loves it and begs me to make it when warm weather nears.

open-faced bbq tempeh sandwich with cayenne cole slaw
I like this a bunch, though for a lightweight like me, it is a touch too spicy.  Hubby adores it, which is surprising.  He usually hates bbq sauce, and he loves this. Asks for it a lot.

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Crispy okra strips with lime thyme vinaigrette
Well, mine didn't turn out how they were supposed to. It was my error in not completely reading the recipe first, but I was annoyed at the extra steps! I thought it would be a fairly quick recipe. Anyway, mine did not crisp up how they should have, and the breading did not stick. The flavor was good, and we both love okra. P apparently loves okra even more than I knew, so he enjoyed this a lot. I will not do this recipe again however, as I did not enjoy the okra slicing process and SO MUCH slime, but I imagine properly made, it would be great.

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