Lentil Stew

Lentil Stew by Salad Foodie

Chock full of vegetables this stew is satisfying and hearty. Lentils originated in the Middle East and are one of mankind's oldest foods. Unlike Esau I would not give up my birthright for a bowl of lentils and a bread loaf (Genesis 25:34) but this soup is well, stew-pendous! It's based on a recipe from The Daniel Plan Cookbook by…

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Beans and corn bread

Beans and corn bread by GARY ESTESS

A fast way to make it and it's good

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Potlicker BBQ Beans

Potlicker BBQ Beans by Patti Fisher

Patti’s Pot Licker BBQ Beans, I will never admit that there are baked beans as good or better than mine. That said, Patti put together some BBQ beans this week that will make the strongest of us a “Pot Licker” … These are good both Hot or Cold and would be great tailgating or camping. She took some Raider Red Chile & Cheese sausage…

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Layered Bean Dip

Layered Bean Dip by Salad Foodie

A real party-pleaser! Versions of this recipe abound but what sets this one apart from most is it is served hot from the oven, and has a layer of ground beef. We always called this Supper Nachos but one recipe makes enough for a party appetizer for about 2 dozen people, so cut it down to size for a family dinner!

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Mixed Bean and Sausage Soup

Mixed Bean and Sausage Soup by Salad Foodie

Soup recipes are so versatile with easily adjusted ingredients and flavors to match family tastes. Such is Mixed Bean and Sausage Soup! Mix your own combination of beans, purchase them packaged or from bulk bins, or just use one bean rather than a mix of them, such as black or pinto beans. Go vegetarian if you prefer, or use your…

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Senate Bean Soup

Senate Bean Soup by Salad Foodie

U.S. Senate Bean Soup is served in the dining room of the United States Senate every day in a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century. The basic recipe is made of navy beans, ham hocks and onions, but variations abound. This version is typical, with the addition of potato, celery and garlic. Serve with a slice of corn…

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Easy Lentil Burger

Easy Lentil Burger by B Innes

Up front I must admit that I am not a Vegan, Vegetarian or any type of no meat diet type person. So if you are then there will be items to substitute in any vegetable dish that I prepare. In this Lentil Burgers Recipe for instance one of my favorite go-to sauces L & P Worcestershire has anchovies, and the recipe does call for eggs.…

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Cajun Crowder Beans

Cajun Crowder Beans by Amos Miller

Also known as Crowder peas, these delicious little fellas can often be found in frozen form at the store. These are fresh picked right here in Michigan and, like fava beans and so many other seasonal treats, we rush them to the table. Crowders are really a 'Southern' treat and I first enjoyed them when visiting relatives in West…

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Red Beans & Rice with Salsa

Red Beans & Rice with Salsa by Salad Foodie

A one-dish meal or side to meat or fish, red beans and brown rice are perfect partners. The salsa is a bonus to have as a garnish for the beans and rice or as a chip dip alongside. This recipe is from "In the Kitchen with Rosie (Daley): Oprah's Favorite Recipes," and posting it aligns with my resolution to peruse then use more…

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Simple Chickpea Spread

Simple Chickpea Spread by wyochef

This is just a simple spread that can be be had at parties, cookouts or anytime. It's easy to make and you can add anything you wish to it red peppers, roasted garlic just like hummus. Your mind is your canvas

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Navy Bean Soup - A Knott’s Berry Farm Classic

Navy Bean Soup - A Knott’s Berry Farm Classic by Salad Foodie

My Knott’s Berry Farm Cookbook is dated 1980 so I wondered just how its Navy Bean Soup recipe would stack up against today’s interpretations. Nearly 35 years later I have learned those vintage recipes can be hard to beat: plain and simple, hearty and satisfying. We loved this version, and that was just First Day judgment. Can hardly…

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Chili Guiseppe

Chili Guiseppe by J. Gino Genovesi

There ae many legends about the origin of Chili. rt was probably a meal for the poorest of people. Chili, as we know it in the U.S. is not found in Mexico, only those areas where tourists go.. The first written account of Chili Con Carne was recorded in the 17th century by Sister Mary of Agreda of Spain. Today chili is known…

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Reservation Dollar Store Casserole

Reservation Dollar Store Casserole by James Buel

Every dollar store is different, and not all of them may carry these ingredients. If you do not want this casserole to be spicy, omit the jalapenos and use plain diced tomatoes instead of the diced tomatoes with green chilies.

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Bison and Bean Chili

Bison and Bean Chili by James Buel

Rich and hearty Native American dish that goes well with fresh fry bread.

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Black Bean Salsa

Black Bean Salsa by J. Gino Genovesi

This is quick and easy dish which is a must in summer time or picnic time.

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