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    mooshy foods for tender mouths

    For all who have sore mouths - be it dental, periodontal, chemo or radiation, infectious - whatever. Mix of sweet custards & puddings, savoury soups, casseroles, vegies, custards, smoothies & some jello. Sometimes it helps not to search the entire database for some recipes that may suit your needs - especially if you are a bit under the weather. Hope it helps - it sure has been a lifesaver for me.
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    Oprah's favorite Tiramisu from Sette Mezzo restaurant. Originally published in "O" magazine.

    Recipe #15388

    Recipe #312976

    Love Limoncello and from Lidia's Italy cooking show comes a recipe I am determined to make. Found the recipe on her site. Times are a guess since I haven't yet attempted it. No less than 2 hour refrigeration, overnight is best.

    Recipe #272984

    2 Reviews |  By Bionda

    Delicious tiramisu from the leading foody magazine!

    Recipe #270206

    An absolutely decadent and authentic tiramisu recipe. I like it for both dessert or a rich breakfast treat (then again I have a sweet tooth so anytime is good for me) :)

    Recipe #117844

    3 Reviews |  By .rox

    This is the Williams-Sonoma Tiramisu recipe and I made it once for a very good Italian friend of mine who was renowned for her tiramisu. She quietly mentioned to me that she thought this was, in fact, better than hers! Never heard a complaint yet, a definite winner!

    Recipe #189133

    Taken from Sophia Loren's "Recipes and Memories" Cookbook, this tiramisu is incredible and it's one of the better traditional tiramisu recipes out there. I'm all for shortcuts, but some of the tiramisu recipes I've come across just ruin the final outcome by taking too many shortcuts & using too many substitutes. I've made this plenty of times and always get rave reviews. It's pretty close to perfect and certainly tastes homemade as it is. For those of you who don't know, Tiramisu is a cool, refreshing Italian dessert AKA "Tuscan Trifle". It can be prepared individually in custard cups or in one larger baking dish (that is this recipe). Also, this recipe calls for liquor to be used, however any of the imitation flavorings or liquid flavorings can be used instead.

    Recipe #294303

    I got the main recipe for this Tiramisu from the Sopranos Family Cookbook. I changed the Liquor to Frangelico and altered some of the measurements and it's perfect! Every time I am invited to a get together I am asked to bring this and my Manicotti! I hope you all enjoy it! It's best made the day before so that the ingredients have time to mix with each other!

    Recipe #137580

    This is from BHG.COM. I have not tried it yet but, I love pumpkin and I love tiramisu. So I figure I should love this

    Recipe #267054

    I have made many different Tiramisus, this one is one of the best and very authentic. The recipe actually came from the package of Alessi Savoiardi Cookies.

    Recipe #72179

    Another flash of inspiration from that leftover custard in a carton. You can add Kahlua or Tia Maria also if you like. This is divine!

    Recipe #226230

    Cooling time about 3 hours

    Recipe #170098

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com This is from top secret recipes... Chilling time is NOT included.

    Recipe #278117

    1 Reviews |  By JRuiz

    This has been in our family for years. Everyones favorite and it really looks nice too.

    Recipe #195108

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Tops courtesy of California Table Grape Commission.

    Recipe #256939

    Make this in a clear dish! It is SO pretty and people will be asking how you cut the Jello into such thin and even layers! Cooking time is total time for all the layers to set. Each layer takes about 30-45 minutes to set so it is best to place the white mixture over a pot of hot water to prevent it from getting hard while you are waiting for the Jello to harden.

    Recipe #248429

    A friend of mine got this recipe from a friend whose husband learned it in culinary school. Its absolutely amazing -- rich and wonderful, but lower in fat than the classic Alfredo because there is less butter and it uses milk instead of cream. Try it with chicken and broccoli. Try it with mixed, garden vegetables. Try it as the sauce on a white lasagna. Just try it!

    Recipe #247832

    This may be served hot as a casserole or reduce the melted butter amount down to 2 tablespoons and serve as a cold potato salad, either way it's delicious! --- If you are serving hot as a casserole I strongly recommend to have the potatoes cooled to room temperature before using in this recipe or use cold potatoes that have been cooked a day ahead, I have even made this using about 5 cups of thawed frozen hash browns, the complete casserole may be assembled and refrigerated for up to 2 days ahead before baking although it's so delicious cold it might not even make it to the oven, and also makes a large amount which makes this *perfect* dish for potlucks --- if you are baking as a casserole use only mayonnaise such as Hellman's using salad dressing will not be as good.

    Recipe #65643

    These have been a favorite for years, when I serve these at my get togethers or make them for socials and large events they are always the first to go and everyone wants the recipe, I suggest to use large, extra large or even jumbo eggs for this, I like to make the yolk filling a day ahead and refrigerate this will blend the flavors --- for a nice presentation place each egg half in a colored paper muffin liner --- all ingredient amounts may be adjusted to taste --- see my recipe#259573

    Recipe #77854

    I think you will really enjoy this meatloaf, I know my family does! ---if you have any left overs just warm slightly and serve in crusty buns with BBQ sauce --- this is great served with mashed taters or fries, the topping recipe may be doubled if desired ----- *note* if you want to take this meatloaf to another level and make this company-worthy prepare the meatloaf with the stuffing mixture in the middle, this is only optional the meatloaf is still delicious by itself --- prep time does not include preparing the stuffing mixture.

    Recipe #146768

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