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    This luscious cake is one of the most requested from the Los Angeles Times. Posted for forum request. Recipe from: Thirty Years of Recipe Requests to the Los Angeles Times by Rose Dosti (Los Angeles Times)

    Recipe #143672

    This cake sounds out of this world delicious! I found it on recipelink and posted it for a forum request. This cake looks and sounds incredible!

    Recipe #143803

    At Little Giant, Julie Taras and Tasha Garcia usually top stewy braised dishes with these earthy vegetable chips for a bit of crunch. They also serve them at the bar as a salty snack. MAKE AHEAD: The parsnip ribbons can be fried up to 2 hours in advance; let cool completely and store in an airtight container.

    Recipe #143993

    Aromatic allspice berries and fiery Scotch bonnet chiles give these pickles their Caribbean edge. Be careful when cutting chiles: to avoid irritation, wear thin rubber gloves and don't touch your face. Recipe by Marcia Kiesel, Sour Power.

    Recipe #143994

    Chef Michael Mina's vegetables, served in a cream sauce, may seem completely familiar but pay attention: The carrots are spiked with fresh grated ginger, the onions are made slightly pungent with the addition of horseradish, and the mushrooms are slyly seasoned with garlic and thyme. MAKE AHEAD: The creamed vegetables can be refrigerated overnight and reheated. Recipe is from Michael Mina's Luxurious Christmas Weekend. Chef Michael Mina is of Aqua (CA) and the spectacular Michael Mina restaurant at the St. Francis (CA) and Las Vegas's Michael Mina Bellagio.

    Recipe #144493

    At 146 delicious calories a serving this recipe is not only fast but healthy! The rub really complements the beef without masking it's flavors. Good for cheaper cuts of beef and to cut the calories. From Better Homes and Garden's Editor's pick for top ten Healthy Heart Recipes.

    Recipe #144661

    Strikingly beautiful rolls with a wonderful crusty toasted hard cheese and herb topping. Wonderful for special meals, guests or just for that extra special touch. Parmigiano-Reggiano, Asiago and Romano cheese can be used for this recipe. If you have to, you can sub dried herbs for the fresh, although the fresh herbs are worth the trip to the market. Make Ahead: The unbaked rolls can be refrigerated overnight, then brought to room temperature the next day and let rise (loosely covered) for 2 hours, then baked. The rolls can also be baked earlier in the day and then reheated just before serving.

    Recipe #151110

    This is an exceptionally light but oh so heavenly chocolate dessert that makes a perfect ending to any dinner. The cakes can be baked a day ahead of time, wrapped in plastic and stored at room temperature. Once the cake is assembled it can be refrigerated for up to 1 day. The ganache needs to chill for at least 4 hours so prepare accordingly. This recipe was modified from the original that I clipped from an article entitled; High & Mighty: Layer Cakes by Tracey Seaman.

    Recipe #153759

    Almost any cheese can be used to make these crisps. Sharper cheeses are the best for sweeter soups and mild cheese for full body soups. The Parmesan and asiago mix makes for a great appetizer/canape base or salad topping. The uses for the crisps are endless; soup or salad toppings, chips for chip and dip, base for finger food, etc. Use your imagination. They can be stored in an airtight container for up to 2 days. Re-crisp in a hot oven right before serving.

    Recipe #156845

    This is a delicious sweet cordial using cognac (or brandy) and virtually any kind of berry can be used. This was posted in response to a forum request. Cognac VS should work well with this recipe.

    Recipe #157599

    Try to locate a wedge of Brie that comes from the Brie region of France for these great canapés from Word of Mouth in New York City. If the Brie is labeled “Appellation d'Origine Controlee" such as Brie de Meaux it is a quality Brie that tastes nothing like grocery store brie. Rouge et Noir Triple Cream Brie is an excellent alternative to French Brie that is sold in most larger grocery chains. Enjoy!

    Recipe #157961

    These great little canapes can be eaten for a light lunch or snack and are also nice enough to be served as am impressive hors d'oeuvres. Read through the recipe before making as there are a few hours of marinating time (combined) in a couple of the steps. The canapes can be refrigerated for up to 8 hours before serving.

    Recipe #157963

    This is an exotic dish with familiar ingredients that will transport you to the islands with your first bite. This family friendly dish is served in a “boat”, topped with a cilantro cream sauce and sprinkled with tomatoes for a visually appealing island feast. Serve with fresh crusty bread and a bottle of wine for a special dinner for two. The Chicken can easily be left out to make this a great vegetarian main dish. The low fat options make this great for those on the South Beach Diet. This recipe was created for RSC #8.

    Recipe #161333

    This rub is less fiery then traditional Jamaican Jerk seasoning... but although it lacks the heat, it does not compromise the flavor, so the whole family can enjoy this one. If you'd like to kick the heat up a notch, just add more cayenne pepper to the rub. Corn bread, rice and beans (or just plain rice), or corn on the cob would all taste great with this highly spiced chicken. Fried plantains are another appropriate accompaniment. The longer you can marinate the chicken legs, the more the flavor will penetrate the meat. I suggested forty minutes, but you can marinate the chicken for up to twenty-four hours. BEVERAGE: The strong flavors in this recipe pair best with a refreshing wine such as a slightly chilled French Beaujolais. Or crack open a cold Red Stripe!

    Recipe #224789

    Ahhhh amaretto! Found this breakfast recipe on the Disaronno website. Sounds positively delicious and so romantic... after all.. amaretto is the liquor of love.

    Recipe #162268

    If you like Roquefort cheese and burgers you will love this tasty combination. I have made these under the broiler with great results and can't wait for summer to try them on the grill. The butter needs to chill for one hour before using so plan accordingly. MAKE AHEAD: The uncooked burgers can be prepared and put in refrigerator for up to 6 hours before grilling. WINE: The perfect match for this burger is that wonderfully sweet but bold wine from Bordeaux, Sauterne. This is one of those cases where the perfect marriage is based on the wine’s similarity to the cheese and the wine’s complexity to pair with beef, a balance anyone would appreciate. We enjoyed this recipe with a great bottle of Château d'Yquem, 1989. Look for a Sauternes such as a Château Suduirat Sauternes 1er Cru 1997 or a Château Lamothe-Guignard Sauternes 2001. This recipe was adapted from Steven Raichlen the king of the Barbeque!

    Recipe #150427

    If you like sweet and sour combinations then you will love Midori Sours! The traditional way to prepare a Midori Sours is to shake it on ice and strain it into a rocks glass, but I like them on the rocks and with a good quality vodka. Whichever way you prefer... they are still good!

    Recipe #243093

    Wonderful bread! Although tradition dictates that this bread should be served with Boston Bake Beans it is also great with a bowl of soup, a salad or with a main dish. You will need 3 10-ounce coffee cans to bake this bread, although it can also be baked in 8X4 loaf pans (but then you will not have the beautiful rounds that make this bread special). The loaves can be frozen for up to 1 month. This recipe is from Massachusetts' infamous baker René Becker of the Hi-Rise Bread Company. I have only made it with fragrant organic flours, but I am sure non organic flours would work as well.

    Recipe #151109

    This is my favorite garlic soup of all. It is wonderful and each bite is as memorable as the first. This garlic soup differs from the ordinary garlic soup as it is hearty but also elegant. It is the kind of soup a person craves when recovering from a cold or a broken heart. It has cured a number of hangovers over the years although scrawled above the recipe I have written “Do not attempt to make with a really really bad hangover!!!!” – and I heed that warning, so plan ahead (I am pretty sure it means not to make it with a real bad hangover if you have to also make the stock). The combination of garlic, herbs and cloves is magic; the tomato juice adds zip and the unctuous egg yolk enrichment is balanced by the pasta’s pleasant, soothing note. This will cure whatever ails you….For an even heartier entrée; place a poached egg on each croûte before ladling the soup over it. Wonderful! This soup is best when made with my Browned Vegetable Stock recipe (#150683), you could use other stock, but it would be a real shame…. a real shame…. so heighten your experience and make the stock as well… you won’t be sorry. For a fine-but-not-fussy meal you’ll be proud to set before anyone, try this soup with THE Salad (“the” Salad Recipe #150702) … because you can never have too much garlic! LOL! Finish with a fruity dessert like a really good baked apple made with brown sugar and served with gingerbread and a dollop of yogurt….. yummy!

    Recipe #150699

    Perfect for any holiday or special occasion worth remembering. Make sure the turkey is completely dry before rubbing with the paprika butter. The paprika butter can be formed into a log, wrapped in plastic or wax paper and refrigerated for up to 3 days or frozen for up to 1 month. MAKE AHEAD: Prepare the bread salad through Step 2 earlier in the day and store it at room temperature in a covered container. Reheat the scallion mixture and toss with the toasted bread just before serving. Wine: A Medium-light Gewürztraminer is ideally suited the hot paprika in the glaze, while its fruitiness will complement the turkey meat. Look for Machmer Bechtheimer Stein Gewürztraminer Spätlese 2003 from Germany or the Lynskeys Gewürztraminer Marlborough Wairau Peaks Vineyard 2002 from New Zealand. Recipe adapted from Marcia Kiesel of Food and Wine.

    Recipe #144988

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