Food Fun and Facts-Vegetable Combinations-How to Combine Vegetables that go Best Together!
Various Colorful Vegetables

Good Combinations for Vegetables

Vegetables that go well together

Acorn Squash rings with Green Peas

Brussel Sprouts and Carrot Slices

Brussel Sprouts and Celery

Carrot Slices and Green Lima Beans

Carrots and Celery

Carrots and Green Peas

Cauliflower and Green Peas

Corn and Green Peas

Green Cabbage and Red Cabbage

Okra and Tomatoes

Onions and Peas

Tomatoes and Zucchini




Vegetables is complete with over 150 recipes for soups, appetizers, salads, entrees, side dishes, and a chapter devoted to sauces and relishes made from vegetables or perfect to serve with vegetables.

Accompanied by 75 full-color photos, you'll be eager to try vegetables that are new to you, or try a familiar vegetable in a new way.
Vegetables




Vegetable Fun
Great Kids Crafts made with Vegetables

Vegetable Recipes
All Types of Recipes for Vegetables-Hot and Cold Recipes

Salad Recipes
Great Recipes for Salads-Pasta, Meat, Seafood Salads and More!

Old Fashioned Cream of Lettuce Soup Recipe
Great Old Recipe for Recovering from Illness

Quantity Cooking Recipes
Making Large quantity Salad and Vegetable Recipes

Old Fashioned Recipe for Carrot Loaf
Carrot Recipe Made with Carrot, Rice and Green Peppers






Earthly Delights Organic Premium is 100 percent whole grain.
It is gluten free and wheat free.It is a good source of protein.
Earthly Delights Organic Premium 100 Percent Quinoa Whole Grain




Parenting Tips
Tips for Parents of Kids of all ages

Pet Goodies for Dogs & Cats
Make Your Own Dog and Cat Food, plus Dog and Cat Care and Fun with Pets

Recipes from the 1800's
100 Year Old Recipes and Household Hints for you to try

Sewing Tips

Helpful Sewing and Knitting Tips for the beginning sewer

Thanksgiving Recipes
Thanksgiving recipes, menu's and Thanksgiving Information and Entertaining

Wine and Beer Information
Beer And Wine Recipes & games plus tips on making and buying wine and beer







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What's Your Favorite Fall Vegetable
Take the Vegetable Poll and See the Worlds Favorite Fall Vegetables!






The fresh vegetable sections in most supermarkets, farmers' markets, and gourmet groceries are overflowing with an amazing range of produce, both familiar and exotic.

Consumers are tempted by kale and kohlrabi, taro and tomatillos, bok choy and burdock, along with all the familiar choices.

Now acclaimed cookbook author and food writer Jack Bishop offers a comprehensive A-to-Z guide to this bounty of produce, complete with selection tips, preparation instructions, and hundreds of recipes for more than sixty-six commonly available vegetables.

With Bishop's expert advice, you'll learn how to coax the very best flavor from every vegetable, whether it's a carrot, cauliflower, or cardoon.

Wondering how and when to buy the sweetest green beans? Bishop suggests buying at the height of summer, and selecting beans that are crisp and slim (older, thicker beans will be mealy and bland).

Confused about how to cook the spring's first sorrel? Bishop offers such unique and delicious dishes as Sorrel and Potato Soup and Sorrel Frittata.
Vegetables Every Day:
The Definitive Guide to Buying and Cooking Today's Produce With More Than 350 Recipes



Power Up Your Plate With Vegetables

Recipe for Vegetable Quinoa Pilaf

(Family Features) With only 6 percent of Americans getting the recommended amount of vegetables a day*, access to delicious, easy and versatile veggie-powered meals is more important than ever.

Marcus Samuelsson, an award-winning chef and cookbook author, has joined Birds Eye vegetables to help inspire and enable people to think about vegetables as a pleasure, to shake up old habits and help bring vegetables back to the center of the plate - especially for the next generation.






The spiral vegetable slicer cuts vegetables and fruits into curly, ribbon-like slices.

By placing the vegetable or fruit on the prongs of the wheel and turning the wheel while pushing the base toward the vertical julienne blade, continuous spiral strands
World Cuisine Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer



Don't Hide, Highlight Veggies

Vegetables deserve center stage because they're amazing.

They are delicious, colorful, good for you and taste great, too. Inspiring people - especially kids - to discover the wonder of vegetables starts with highlighting vegetables as the center of the plate, not as an understudy.

"Vegetables are great for any meal, so put them forward as a gift to your family every day," says Samuelsson.

"It's extremely important that we start making nutritious, veggie-powered meals for ourselves and the next generation."

Follow the 60/40 Rule

Instead of thinking about dishes as 60 percent pasta and 40 percent vegetables, turn it around, serving veggies as 60 percent and pasta as 40 percent of the meal.

"Flipping the proportions of your favorite meals is a quick, easy way to incorporate more veggies into meals your family already loves."

Mix and Match Colors, Textures and Flavors

Enjoy a variety of veggies at the same time to truly showcase the wonder of a veggie-powered plate.

Incorporating many different veggies brings flavor, crunch and a nutritious punch to almost any dish.
"My ideal veggie-powered plate is a Vegetable and Quinoa Pilaf.

It's loaded with a wonderful broccoli, carrots and cauliflower medley from Birds Eye."

Build a customized veggie-powered plate at www.Facebook.com/BirdsEyeVegetables.

For every veggie-powered plate created on Facebook, Birds Eye will donate vegetables for 10 meals as part of its Feed Kids Better initiative with Share Our Strength (up to 1 million meals through September 2012).
*The 2010 National Action Plan Report Card, National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance.









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How to Use Vegetables
All About Different Types of Vegetables and their Uses

How to Store Vegetables
How long to keep foods and where to keep them



What's on the Menu Today?

Allergy Recipes
Sugar Free, Milk Free and Wheat Free Recipes

Army Air Corp Photos WWII
World War 2 Photos of B17's and Information about the Army Air Corp

Baking Tips
Tips and Hints on Baking, Candy Making and Cooking

Beverages
Recipes for all types of drinks
Include Old Remedy for curing drinking too much alcohol

Book Care and Repair
Learn how to clean and repair books

Children's Recipes
Easy Kids Recipes to Make with your Kids

Chinese New Year
Information about Chinese New Year and Chinese New Year Recipes

Christmas Entertaining Recipes
Christmas Recipes, Menu's for Christmas and Information for Entertaining at Christmas

Cookbook Reviews
Read reviews on Cookbooks published in the past ten years

Cooking and Food Links

Great Foodie Sites and Related Food and Cooking sites

Cooking for a Large Group
Recipes and Informaton on Cooking for groups of 25-100 People

Cooking Tips
More Cooking and Baking Tips and Hints from Food Fun and Facts

Creative Holiday Cooking
Learn how to entertain and cook for fancy holiday affairs

More What's on the Menu Today?

Culinary History
History of Food and Food History Time Line

Easter Information and Recipes

Easter Fun-Easter Recipes,Information and Entertaining on Easter for Kids and Adults

Easy Recipes

Economical and Easy Tried and True Recipes

Entertaining Tips and Recipes
More Tips on Entertaining at home

Fun with Food
Fun with Food ,Fun Facts and Food Games

Food Trivia
Great Fun with Food Trivia and Food Trivia Games

Halloween Fun
Recipes for Halloween and Halloween Fun Ideas

Herbal Remedies
Old Time Herbal Remedies for Home Use

Herbs and Spices
Information on how to use herbs and spices

Household Hints
Must Have Household Hints and Cleaning Tips for the Entire Family

Kids Crafts and Recipes
Easy Children's Crafts for Kids

Kids Links
Safe Educational Fun Sites for Kids of all ages

Memorial Day Information
Information about Memorial Day-What does Memorial Day Mean?

Nineteenth Century American Women
Information, Recipes, Household Hitns, and Books about 19th Century American Women and Families

Nineteenth Century Advertising

Old Advertising information including Trade Cards and Links to Good Books about collecting old advertisment items

Nutrition
Nutrition for the whole Family-Calories, Vitamins, Minerals and Diet informaton