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Green tech news harvest: Redesigning suburbs, cooking carbon, and mapping wildfires (CNET)

Climb in gas prices could fuel antisprawl movement; carbon tax raises gas prices in Canada; Novomer rolls out CO2-based plastic.

Appetizers – Dijon Party Dip


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"Dijon Party Dip"

1 c Sour cream OR Plain yogurt

1/3 c Mayonnaise

1/4 c Dijon mustard

1 tb Finely-chopped green onion

Seasoned salt Additional Dijon mustard Combine sour cream, mayonnaise,
Dijon mustard and onion. Add seasoned salt to taste. Chill at least 1
hour to blend flavours. Pour into serving bowl. Garnish by swirling a
small amount of mustard onto surface of dip. Serve with an assortment of
cut up fresh vegetables. Makes 1 1/2 cups (375mL) of dip.

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Blending cardiology with cooking (Nutraingredients.com)

27-Jun-2008 – If heart healthy jambalaya sounds too good to be true, think again. Careful selection of ingredients can make any food heart healthy, without affecting the flavor, says Dr Richard Collins, MD, the Cooking Cardiologist.

Appetizers – Greek Spinach Triangles


Recipe websites for: Greek Spinach Triangles

"Greek Spinach Triangles"

1 c Butter; or margarine*

1 pk Phyllo pastry

2 Eggs; beaten

1 Onion; finely chopped

8 oz Cream cheese; cut in chunks

1/4 ts Pepper

1/2 lb Feta cheese

20 oz Frozen chopped spinach

* To cut calories, you may use butter-flavored cooking spray in place of
the butter. Cook spinach according to directions and drain well. Mix all
ingredients except butter and pastry. Refrigerate mixture at least 1
hour. Open package of dough and cut a strip 2" wide, cutting through all
layers. Cover remaining dough with a damp cloth to keep from cracking.
Separate dough so that you have 2 sheets for each triangle. Brush the
dough with melted butter and put 1 rounded teaspoon spinach mixture at
the top of the strip. Fold pastry over like folding a flag. Place on
well-buttered baking sheet and brush top with butter. Bake at 375 deg.
for 20 min. Serve warm. To freeze the triangles before cooking, butter
both sides of triangle and wrap well. Bake when needed.

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Unattended cooking causes fire in home (Guelph Mercury)

Firefighters responded to a fire in a home at 255 Deerpath Dr. Thursday morning. They found the kitchen filled with heavy smoke. The homeowner was treated for smoke inhalation. The fire started when cooking was left unattended.

Appetizers – Pickled Eggs #2


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"Pickled Eggs #2"

6 Hardcooked eggs

1 c Cider vinegar

1 c Beet liquid

1/3 c Sugar

1/2 ts Salt

1/4 c Onion, chopped

4 Whole cloves

Place peeled eggs in bowl or jar. Mix vinegar, beet liquid, sugar, salt,
onion and cloves. Pour over eggs. Cover and refrigerate at least 2 days.
Slice eggs. 6 servings, 145 calories per serving Source: Betty Crocker's
Cookbook, Bantam 1987 pocketbook Shared by Elizabeth Rodier Aug 93

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Cooking healthy earns Valley Forge Middle School two $1,000 awards (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Healthy cooking enthusiasts at Valley Forge Middle School earned two $1,000 grants during the school year for their activities, which included cooking for their classmates, creating an instructional DVD and cookbook, and established a garden on campus.

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