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    Absolute Favorites

    I compiled this cookbook after years of Zaaring and most recently posting recipes from other sites that I make over and over again.
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    23 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    My husband found this recipe, we made them for his marathon and he loved them. I have substituted peanuts, for the walnuts and omitted the raisins and they still taste great. Chewy yet crunchy.

    Recipe #52779

    This is one of the recipes I am known for. Super moist and super yummy. I have tried many over the years and always come back to this. I often give it as a gift around the holidays. Just may be the last banana bread recipe you ever try! Can also make 3 mini-loaves

    Recipe #50022

    I finally mastered pizza making at home! It was a day to celebrate, since this pizza is actually better than you often go out for. When I make this my husband says it's always the best part of his day. It's a combination of recipes and techniques that I put together from Cook's Illustrated, a very good cook I know, and some "serious" pizza guys. This recipe makes a 13x18 inch half-sheet size medium crust pizza, OR two traditional round thin crust pizzas, and the crust is crispy/tender. (I find I can get a thinner crust from a round pizza, since there's a little more room to spread the dough out.) The sauce is very flavorful and I've tried to include all my tips for success! You MUST have a pizza stone for this, and pulling the pizza on the parchment onto an upside-down half sheet pan makes it easy to transfer the pizza to the stone. The sauce recipe will make enough for 3 medium pizzas, OR 6 thin crust pizzas, so reserve the extra for another pie. Layers for the topping need to be thin enough to allow the crust to crisp. (I know it goes against all instinct, but it's very important to please practice restraint!) I've revised the recipe to include a little less of the toppings for better success. Preparation time includes rising time for the dough and may seem like a little work, but once you've tried this you may never go out for pizza again!

    Recipe #123710

    This was in the NYT today and it looks awesome.

    Recipe #229982

    There are no words!! My hubby and I eat this warm it is so good - we just can't wait for the potatoes to cool before adding the dressing to them! This was originally a Bon Appetit/Gourmet recipe that has been tweaked to our family's liking! Cooking time includes time for the potatoes to cool.

    Recipe #163079

    8 Reviews |  By JillAZ

    This recipe is SOO good! It came from the "BBQ USA" cookbook with a few modifications. They list it as an appetizer but I have also served the shrimp with a salad as a meal. My seven year old even requested this for his birthday dinner last week! Cooking time reflects marinating time. Yield is an estimate. It depends on if you serve this as an appetizer or main dish.

    Recipe #88921

    This meat loaf from Alton Brown is moist and perfectly seasoned. My family has always been very picky when it comes to meatloaf. They loved this variation.

    Recipe #157746

    This is from Cooking Light. "From the state of Bahia in northern Brazil, moqueca de peixe (moo-KAY-ka duh PAY-shuh) is a tropical fish stew fragrant with garlic and peppers, and enriched with coconut milk."

    Recipe #229570

    I found this recipe in Cooking Light Magazine and it's quickly become a family favorite. Even non-sweet potato lovers like this dish.

    Recipe #43267

    A really great tapa that will get you many compliments. Really simple to make. The original recipe was by Roxanne. I have served this at many of my "Wine and Tapa" parties and was always pleased by the response.

    Recipe #103152

    I am always looking for new appetizers for a cocktail party, and this one looks simple, easy to eat and crowd-pleasing. I haven't tried these yet, but I am looking forward to my next party so I can try them. Update: I made these for a tailgating party and they were a huge hit. So simple, easy and delicious! Great presentation too. I was also able to purchase pickled ginger from the sushi bar at my Whole Foods. This will now be a go to recipe for me.

    Recipe #237616

    This sauce is good with roast beef, pork or chicken.

    Recipe #39331

    I made these for an appetizer because I was going to have kids at our grown-up dinner party. What I didn't know is how much adults and kids alike would love them and my husband requested them for our next football game party, twice. The ketchup is what makes these fabulous. They are from they Food Network's Party Line with Dan & Steve.

    Recipe #236538

    This is a great summertime steak dish for 2 with a lot of pantry items mixed with fresh that has been adapted from Gourmet and become a favorite of ours. If I have time I double the sauce and quickly marinate the steak in it. It is quick & easy and also lends great leftovers.

    Recipe #236272

    This Primavera uses fresh veggies from your garden (or in my case, the farmer's market) and turkey sausage. The sauce is a lot lighter and more refreshing than most primavera recipes and my husband and I love to have it in the summer for a healthy pasta dish. I have also successfully used sweet italian sausage here as well. It is from allrecipes.com and states to cut the raw turkey sausage into slices. But I brown it well, then cut it and proceed with the below instructions.

    Recipe #236265

    Don't be scared off by the title -- this is surprisingly easy to prepare despite the complexity of its flavors. I like to serve this over linguine tossed in lemon and olive oil. Yum. From the Twelve Seasons Cookbook, and I've added my modifications at the end.

    Recipe #207623

    I love gazpacho and this is the best recipe I have found for it. From Epicurious.

    Recipe #235048

    I made this for a friend's birthday dinner and it was so good my husband asked me to make again over the weekend. Easy, flavorful marinade for flank steak. I adapted this from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #235037

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