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jayney-O
Friday, December 29, 2006, 6:44pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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that's the recipe: collard lasagna in carrot sauce....
OK, I made it last night and it was fab...(I thought)
I used 6 large carrots, chopped up and simmered in  a half inch or inch of water, which was pretty much blended up with the carrots to make the sauce, plus lemon juice and oregano, salt, garlic, and olive oil (KK had a recipe for this called nomato sauce, which I could not find so I winged it)
then cook up 8 tinkyada rice lasagna noodles and drain.....
then chop up cooked collards (1 c.)? or more...
and the cheeses we used could be switched to your faves...
we used goat chevre, 3 or 4 oz,
pecorino romano, grated to fill a  bowl
and several generous slices of our fave cheese: ....petit basque (espensive sheep)

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sounds lovely! thanks!


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Wow, that is an excellent recipe Jayney! Please add it to typebase recipes!


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thanks Brig, I justt can't figure out typebase...I'm techno challenged...plus I can never retrieve anything from there..
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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm
click on collard greens on typebase

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=sleep+apnea+thyroid&btnG=Google+Search
then scroll all the way down to ''Would you like to add a recipe featuring this food?''
where it reads:
RECIPES FEATURING THIS FOOD:
then just add the recipe, (copy paste) and fill in the blanks for title, etc....
voila!


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thanks. Lola, tho' you've tried to help me before, maybe this time it will take...seemd to work.
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That sounds different. I like trying new things so I may check it out. Since A's are not suppose to have tomatoes this might be a nice change. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for sharing your recipe concoction.  It sounds very visually diverse with the orange, green, and white colors of the vegetables and cheeses.

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I actually used sauteed portobellos (chopped up)  and onions too, but didn't have room to add ...anyway, you guys can come up with the details like that...
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This reminded me of a dish that was served in a vegetarian restaurant where I used to work.  They did spinach and mushroom lasagne made with spelt pasta sheets...the mushrooms were in a creamy sauce but you could probably amend this and make it O neutral/beneficial by adding minced beef to the mushrooms and making a bit of gravy rather than creamy sauce...

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