EatingWell Magazine, Nov/Dec 2016

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  • Chicken, barley & mushroom soup

    • jumali on December 07, 2016

      I love mushrooms, but there were just too many in this soup, and the texture was unappealing. I also found it very frustrating to cut raw chicken into quarter inch pieces. The soup could be improved by halving the mushrooms, doubling the barley, and increasing the liquid as needed.

  • Brassica salad

    • dinnermints on January 22, 2017

      Love the orange and apricot in this to contrast with the brassica veggies. It took much longer to make than the 35min indicated on the recipe, but was delicious.

  • Moroccan chickpea-stuffed acorn squash

    • mharriman on February 25, 2020

      We liked this vegetarian dish. I made it as a main dish for two people. I used two whole acorn squash and halved the stuffing recipe. Mine was so filling I was full after eating my two halves and put my side of green lettuce salad into the fridge for tomorrow’s lunch. The recipe took 50 minutes altogether, from heating the oven, prepping the squash, to serving it. While the squash was baking, I prepped and cooked the stuffing ingredients. I ended up using the notched part of my kitchen scissors to break up the cinnamon stick before adding it to the other spices in my spice grinder. A good entree or side dish for winter.

  • Orange-caraway glazed carrots

    • maryfa on August 26, 2017

      Delicious and easy. I would make this for company. Terrific without the orange zest.

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  • Published Nov 01 2016
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 140
  • Language English
  • Countries United States

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