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First, a warm welcome to George H. who is joining our email circle from Pennsylvania. He is our fourth Pennsylvanian and the 112th cook to join us.

This week's new recipe is Kidney Bean Loaf from Christel in Germany. The photo is mine and it is now apparent that I need a flat, rectangular plate! I hadn't made a loaf in a long time but ....

How about a bowl of soup?

With the days of holiday treats behind us, it feels like time to get back to basics. Here is a soup sent in by Mary in Michigan called Dominican Chapea Stew. Mary says this dish "consists of a lot of ordinary vegetables with rice, no fancy seasonings. I worried that it might be boring and need spicing up. But those ordinary vegetables came together magically. ... I think the avocado garnish is important."
Dominican Chapea Vegetable Stew

A grab bag of ideas

I asked and I received----here are a couple of unusual recipes for your holiday season, first from Christel in Germany:
Dear Eve, dear all,
here is a recipe for no-bake-damn good ( !!!! ) cookies from Rip Esselstyns newest cookbook "My Beef With Meat". Rip's sister Jane is the responsible for this wonderful recipe. I made these cookies several times and love them.
Happy Christmas
Christel

Three Sisters and more

We have a new member joining our circle, Manon L. She hasn't told me yet what part of the world she is in but her name sounds French to me so she may be adding a new country for us. Manon, do let us know! There are 109 of us now in 8 (possibly 9) countries.

Here are three more recipes from our November potluck in...

Happy Thanksgiving!

This will be a quick note-----I'm expecting 30 people to come for our neighborhood holiday party tonight so I'm getting a little nervous----but I wanted you to have these recipes in time for Thanksgiving. Instead of turkey, how about something Turkish? Mary H. in Ann Arbor, Michigan, discovered this...

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