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Best of 2011

My top favorite recipes for 2011. In this book you'll find the things that in my opinion transended the average and made it to the best of the best.
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These are great to have in the freezer when you don't have time to make a real breakfast in the morning. Try substituting other breakfast meats (ham, bacon, turkey sausage) to suit your personal preference.

Recipe #231476

Another recipe for ZWT 7 - italian tour, that I have not yet tried, but can't wait to make. This truly authentic dish sounds wonderful.

Recipe #455081

Though the textures of fennel and celery are similar, their flavors are so wildly different that the combination is striking. With little more than olive oil, loads of lemon juice, and pepper, they create just about as refreshing an uncooked dish as you can put on the table in winter. Recipe by Mark Bittman.

Recipe #448050

This famous Peruvian dish Papa a la Huancaína was posted by Marian Blazes. I have posted it here for use in the ZWT-7 world tour of South/Central America. This is a dish of sliced potatoes covered in a spicy cheese sauce that is typically served cold, as a first course or as a lunch dish. It is delicious made with yellow or white potatoes. The sauce for the dish is called Salsa a la Huancaina and is made with aji amarillo peppers. The spiciness can be adjusted by using less or more yellow chile peppers. (your preference) If you would rather not have it spicy, you may use some tumeric powder instead for flavor.

Recipe #455513

from Top Chef, just desserts season 1 episode 3

Recipe #439903

Enjoy on a bed of lettuce or in buns or pita bread.

Recipe #153579

2 Reviews |  By ellie_

Simple sherbet uses frozen fruit for a taste of summer all year round. This is a great recipe for kids to make on a no-school day. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (May 1981)

Recipe #90602

3 Reviews |  By Katzen

This is a take on recipe #43744: Bread Machine Cinnamon-Pecan Buns, which I changed a little. The dough is so wonderful and rises incredibly, and the sauce - oh, the sauce! They're just packed with walnuts and raisins, too - a real treat! I've also added an optional drizzle, for those that must have icing on their cinnamon buns!

Recipe #444733

ZWT6 Asia. Afghanistan's national dish

Recipe #339783

7 Reviews |  By Debbwl

This is something I came up with one evening after see a story about a company that was doing quite well selling cocoa with chili peppers in it. This recipe does use dark cocoa powder not the regular cocoa powder.

Recipe #466548

5 Reviews |  By I'mPat

From our local paper. In the original recipe 3 brown onions (roughly chopped) were used but due to allergy issues they have been omitted and also 2 bunches of baby carrots (trimmed) and 3 parsnips and I have added potatoes.

Recipe #337411

These cute legumes are SO yummy! I made this for my nutrition class and it was a huge hit! Options for the vegan version are listed.

Recipe #145357

From a Domino Sugar bag. Rich and sinful.

Recipe #302205

This is a very simple little recipe and it is revised from one of my favorite cookbooks More-With-Less Cookbook. I quite often double the ingredients, but not the sauce. I hope you will like it.

Recipe #203634

An award winning recipe from Taste of Home magazine. Perfect for the holidays!

Recipe #404824

"Found em!" I shouted to anyone that might be hovering near the country road mile we live on. A light rain shower just started, and there I was standing in the garden hunting down the last tomato that might be hiding. I found a couple of tomatoes nestled down beneath the sweet potato vines, large pepper plants leaves, and the numerous weeds that had continued to sprout even in the cool Fall weather. Mud was already caked to my old garden crocs, and my hands were also full of mud. Dexter the Mastiff sat quietly beside me, and was trying to stare down a brown caterpillar that was making it's way slowly across the earth. I turned, quickened my step down the dirt road with the dog beside me, carrying a half of dozen various sized tomatoes tettering in my arms and trying not to drop any along the road to home. I really wanted some tomato soup, and I just knew it would warm me up and Dex too. This recipe uses canned tomatoes, or you can use fresh ones too, like I did. I just peeled the tomatoes, put em' in the pot and went right along with the recipe from there. This recipe was loosely adapted from Cooks Illustrated.

Recipe #333005

A coworker brought these to a potluck and they were inhaled. I misplaced the recipe for a while and found it again today. Before I lose it again I'm going to post it. I haven't made them myself yet so the number of balls this makes is an estimate. Unlike many rum ball recipes, this recipe contains no corn syrup. **Chill time not included in time to prepare**

Recipe #431894

You can garnish as you desire with chopped tomatoes, olives, cucumbers or feta cheese. If your lemons are large, one will do.

Recipe #424271

Yum! Hate to admit it, but I really like this for breakfast. :)

Recipe #441246

ZWT7 Switzerland. Full of Nordic flavours - dill and caraway seeds - with an addition of cooked shrimps. Slightly more festive than the traditional one, and very delicious. From http://nami-nami.blogspot.com.

Recipe #424158

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