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Sample recipes from The Greens Cookbook

Butter Lettuce and Spinach with Citrus and Avocado

Light and dark greens, the mildly acid fruit, and the creamy avocado provide a lively dynamic in this simple salad. Aromatic Szechuan pe...

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Wild Rice and Hazelnut Salad

Earthy flavors and good, chewy texture characterize this salad. Serve it tucked in the curl of a lettuce leaf surrounded with rose-red r...

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Pumpkin Soup with Gruyere Cheese

For this soup use Sugar pumpkins or Perfection squash–both are sweet and full-flavored without being stringy and watery. Delicata and but...

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Baked Polenta Layered with Tomato, Fontina, and Gorgonzola

This polenta gratin looks inviting baked in a large earthenware dish–bring it to the table bubbling and fragrant and serve it family styl...

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Indian Vegetable Stew with Yellow Dal

Summer vegetables are cooked in a spicy golden sauce, or dal, made from dried yellow peas. The flavors of the spices lean toward the hot ...

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White Bean and Eggplant Gratin

Bake this filling dish in a large casserole or individual crocks and serve it with a salad of winter greens.

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White Winter Vegetables Baked in Cream

Winter vegetables, particularly the roots, are sweet and delicious when baked in cream and covered with a layer of crisp buttered bread c...

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Artichoke, Hazelnut, and Mushroom Filo

Hazelnuts, layered between the sheets of filo in this unusual pastry, enhance the flavor of the artichokes. 

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Souffle Base for Roulades

This recipe makes enough to cover a 10-by-15-inch baking sheet. The souffle may puff and swell dramatically while it is baking, but like ...

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Summer Roulade with Tomatoes, Cream Cheese, and Herbs

This rolled souffle makes a cool and refreshing lunch or supper on a hot summer day. It can be made hours in advance, as long as it is wr...

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Pear-Apple Crisp

This is perfect to make in midsummer when the Bartlett pears and Gravenstein apples are both in season and are full of flavor. Use pears ...

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