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    The key to this curry is to let the vegetables retain their bright color. The sweet potatoes soften to make the sauce thick and luscious. And the spices are delish. Adjust them to suit your taste buds :-) (This makes a huge amount; I usually half it.)

    Recipe #209957

    This is one of the first vegan recipes I ever tried. While it does not imitate grilled cheese, it has become one of our favorites. Gooey and glorious! (from Vegan Vittles)

    Recipe #249076

    Adapted with mushroomy love from my well-thumbed copy of Vegan Vittles. This is terrific over a meal of potatoes and roasted veggies!

    Recipe #284051

    At Christmas, my mom ALWAYS baked an apple crisp in her deep glass pie dish, and we unashamedly scarfed it down. The apples made it healthy, sure, but what about all the hard fat? When we went vegan and couldn't buy a dairy-free margarine, that was a dilemma. Thankfully, we don't have to resort to Crisco. We found and modified this recipe on Vegweb, and now our holiday apple crisp is every bit as sinfully sweet, appley and crispy as it ever was.

    Recipe #293922

    This was nice straight from "Vegan Vittles", but I've tweaked it to make this creamy, light-green soup truly irresistable. My whole family (little bro included!) enjoys this in fall or winter weather.

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    4 Reviews |  By Kim127

    We live next door to my grandpa-in-law who will make this chowder for us every once in a while. He makes the absolute best! While this is his recipe, I can't quite get mine to taste as good as his. He tells me that when Im 91 like him, my chowder will then be as good. If you like your chowder a little thicker, you can substitute 1 cup of half and half for 1 cup of milk or add a little extra evaporated milk. This chowder will taste even better if made a day ahead and allowed to "set" overnight. When reheating, do it slowly so as not to boil.

    Recipe #76186

    3 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This sauce is a great companion to prime rib, corned beef, steak or kielbasa. It is also really great on sandwiches. Needs to be kept refrigerated. I got this recipe from the March 2008 edition of bon appetit. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #290566

    7 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe was developed for the 11th RSC Contest. In the process of coming up with something totally different I ended up with this. I think the honey and brandy really accentuate the sweet strawberries and then mixed with the wine, mmmmm. I used a sweeter Chardonnay but any white wine would work. The strawberry mixture should be made up ahead of time so that it can cool. Cooking time does NOT include cooling time. I enjoy mine with a few ice cubes. This would be perfect for brunch or Valentine's Day.

    Recipe #282959

    3 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This is a nice light coffee cake that has a wonderful almond flavor and the apricot preserves adds the right amount of sweet/tart. It's also a nice presentation with the ribbon of almonds and preserved in the middle. Enjoy.

    Recipe #270594

    15 Reviews |  By Kim127

    Creamy goodness!

    Recipe #276570

    I have been making this Spiced Tea Mix for over 30 years now, and it's such a wonderful treat that we look forward to every Christmas. I usually make a double or triple batch so I have extra (which I place in decorative jars or cellophane treat bags) to give as Christmas gifts to special friends, co-workers, my kids' teachers, bus drivers, and coaches. And every year I get requests for more, and someone always asks for the recipe. Feel free to adjust the ingredient amounts to suit your taste preferences. Serving size and yield are approximate (as preferences for stronger or weaker beverages can vary).

    Recipe #345624

    I got this from the Betty Crocker website, and I thought I would post it here for the benefit of anyone who might be looking for recipe ideas for Valentine's Day, a special anniversary, or a romantic breakfast for two. I made them only once (with raspberry preserves and homemade applesauce), and they turned out rather well. It does require using your hands to shape the dough into heart-shaped scones. But it's not really all that difficult, and well worth that little extra effort for a romantic occasion. These aren't terribly sweet scones, so you might want to increase the sugar to about 1/2 cup (or more, to suit your taste preference) for a sweetnees boost.

    Recipe #353869

    I really like these as a warm snack, or sliced up and served as a buffet or party appetizer. And they're very easy to make. It's such a veratile recipe, too, because you can experiment with a variety of spice and vegetable garnish combinations. The original recipe, as given to me by a friend, called for minced onion. But my husband and I like garlic, so I replaced the onion with minced garlic, which is how I always make these appetizers now.

    Recipe #215188

    A delicious spread for scones, biscuits, croissants and muffins. It has the perfect combination of mildly sweet, tangy and creamy. I primarily use it on scones--and I highly recommend the fabulous Puyallup Fair Scones recipe (which that recipe has been posted on Recipezaar). But the Spiced Rum Orange Scone Butter is rather versatile, and you'll find that it goes well with lots of different kinds of breakfast rolls and breads. The recipe quantity is a guess. We usually use it as soon as I make it, and I've never taken the time to measure it.

    Recipe #231338

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