|The Gardener's Cookbook (Cooking Secrets)|
|by Kathleen DeVanna Fish|
Cooks can create their own edible landscapes--Asian, European, Native American, Southwestern, herb and edible flower beds, and salad gardens.
Tip: Try pasta salad dill for more results.
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Cook macaroni. Set aside to cool and drain. Cube cheese, dice pepper and cucumber, grate carrot. Blend all dressing ingredients together. Add ...
Cook noodles according ... chestnuts, onions, and olives. In a bowl blend dill weed, salt, pepper, sugar, and dressing. Add to noodle mixture; toss lightly.
Add 1/4 cup of each, if available. Cook pasta to directions on ... if possible. May need additional salad dressing if pasta becomes dry over several days.
Add according to personal preference: Cook pasta as directed. Add ... other ingredients, saving dill weed for last. ... chicken breast instead of shrimp.
In a blender or food processor, combine cucumber, oil, vinegar, and spices. Process until smooth (about 30 seconds). Pour into large bowl. Add ...
Cook pasta. Rinse and cool. Combine pasta, broccoli, tomatoes, water chestnuts and onion. Combine spices with dressing. Add to pasta mixture and mix. Chill.
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