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Jan’s Oatmeal

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Select your favorite oatmeal and cook as directed on the package, reducing the amount of salt specified in the instructions. To make the following hot cereal variation even more special, serve it with buttermilk instead of milk or cream. –Country Road Lodge, Warrensburg, New York View Recipe »

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Oatmeal Plus

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Select your favorite oatmeal and cook as directed on the package, reducing the amount of salt specified in... View Recipe »

Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding

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Don't confuse this with any other rice pudding you ever had. This old English recipe is rich and... View Recipe »

Oven Baked Rice

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What's the best way to cook rice? Use this recipe for oven baked rice, but remember to use... View Recipe »

Oven-Baked Brown Rice

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Pancakes

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Pancakes (Coconut Flour/Oil/Milk)

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Parfait Granola

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Peaches and Cream Cereal

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Perfect White Rice

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This recipe can be used to make basmati rice and brown rice, too. To cook brown rice, increase... View Recipe »

Pilaf

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This pilaf has a slightly nutty flavor that is a perfect complement to Deborah's good lamb dishes. View Recipe »

Polenta

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polenta

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Polenta Fries with Dip Sauce

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Polenta with Sweet Corn and Mascarpone

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At her award-winning Blue Heron restaurant in Sunderland,Massachusetts, chef Deborah Snow serves this delicious variation on plain polenta,... View Recipe »

Pop-Pop’s Rice

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This is an old family recipe that my Dad is famous for making. All the grandkids love... View Recipe »

Pumpkin Sage Polenta

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Quick Beet Risotto

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Quinoa and Black Bean Salad

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Rhode Island Toads

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New Bedford tradition says these toads are to be eaten with creamed codfish. View Recipe »

Rice Pilaf

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Rice Pilaf Timbales

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These colorful rice pilaf timbales -- made of rice, spinach, and shrimp -- can be assembled ahead of... View Recipe »

Rice Pilaf with Raisins and Hazelnuts

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The use of an herbed wine for plumping the raisins gives this pilaf an intriguing, distinctive taste. View Recipe »

Rice Pudding

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Recipe from Betty Crocker cook book View Recipe »

Rice Salad

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From: Jody Gagnon Quick and easy. Good for barbecues and picnics. View Recipe »

Risotto with Fiddleheads and Morels

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Risotto is a slow-cooked dish made with starchy, short-grain rice. It's a perfect example of what Lee Skawinski... View Recipe »

Roasted Pepper and Sausage Risotto

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