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If you can't--or choose not to--drink cow's milk, you have plenty of alternatives. Most grocery stores now carry a wide selection of soy, rice, almond, and other dairy-free milks. (Not sure which to choose?
Try these delicious Shamrock Green Smoothie Recipes for St Patricks Day, including spinach and dairy-free variations.
This easy casserole is a great way to use left over ham and is sure to please the whole family.
A quick and easy one-pot meal that is filling and flavorful.
Smoky, spicy, and sweet! These are ribs with a kick!
Try this simple dessert to cool guests' palates after the spicy Hot Pot.
Based on sweet, fresh corn, this salad says summer. If the corn is very moist and sweet, use it raw. If not, blanch the kernels in boiling water for 1 minute. Drain and refresh them in cold water to stop the cooking. The salad will hold up for hours and is best at room temp.
These ice cream sandwiches will become a year-round favorite.
This Westernized spin on the traditional North African dish adds several layers of sweetness with the dried and fresh apricots and the raisins.
These little coconut pies are sturdy enough to travel in a lunch box or picnic basket. Check the baking section at your grocery store for vegan-friendly, ready-made graham cracker pie crusts.
This recipe eliminates the messy, time-consuming process of preboiling the noodles--use any whole-wheat, brown rice, or regular lasagna noodles right out of the box. They'll cook in the sauce.
Baked beans with the taste of The Islands and a kick!
You can also make these rolls with apricots, peaches, and plums as they come into season--they all pair well with fragrant fresh basil.
This dessert can be prepared with whatever fruits are in season. We used plums, but you could also choose apples, pears, or frozen berries. Recipe by Carolyn Trompeter.