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    My mom has made these cookies for Christmas every year of my life-- it wouldn't be the holidays without them! Simply the best sugar cookie recipe I've ever tasted. Make sure to roll the cookies nice and thick so that they bake up light and fluffy! A wonderful, classic recipe that will be in our family for generations.

    Recipe #243585

    This recipe was found in Quick Cooking magazine. My 3 year old and I made them for Santa this year and from the crumbs left on the plate, I think he enjoyed them!

    Recipe #109544

    From Bon Appetit magazine. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks pretty good. Sliced plantains are used to form the pie crust. Ground meat, tomatoes and spices form a savory filling. This was from their May 2006 "Caribbean" theme issue.

    Recipe #240631

    Use poultry sausage, a low-fat kind (check the labels). Or omit the sausage altogether for a vegetarian entree. This is a nice quick ratatouille.

    Recipe #240600

    From a CSA newsletter. Posted on the MyFoodDiary.com forums. I haven't made this yet. Because the bulgur isn't cooked, it needs to sit overnight in the dressing to soften, so begin preparations a day ahead. I'm guessing on the number of servings and perparation times.

    Recipe #239790

    I never bother with a mold for this, but I'm sure it would be pretty (I just use a glass-cut salad bowl). Jell-O salad with fresh fruits, including fresh cranberries. I have served it at the holidays for large family gatherings. Recipe from an old local church cookbook. "Cooking" time includes time to chill Jell-O.

    Recipe #239284

    Here's a recipe I used to make a lot for big family gatherings at Thanksgiving or Christmas. Could be served any time you want a cool, refreshing salad with the flavors of raspberries and cranberries and the creaminess of sour cream. From a church fund raiser cookbook, around 1984. Passive cooking time is a guesstimate for the chilling time required. (It's been a long time since I made this...)

    Recipe #238033

    This is a quick and easy side that can complement almost any meal. I served this at an Italian themed Christmas Dinner with Recipe #120737, Recipe #228972, along with veggies (zucchini and asparagus) and a green leafy salad. Everyone went crazy over this bread, even the kids. From "Every Day Italian" on Food Network.

    Recipe #237718

    From the AllRecipes site. I guess this was traditionally an English dish made with leftovers from Xmas dinner. Not sure this resembles the traditional dish much, but my family all like it. Pretty quick to make. I usually don't have leftover baked potatoes, so I mae the potatoes in the afternoon and let them cool. Then I halve them lengthwise, and the slice them about 1/4 inch thick, or maybe less. I've also occasionally tossed in other leftover vegetables, such as peas or carrots. I suppose you could serve with catsup or salsa or something, but we like it just as-is. I usually serve a side of cantaloupe with it.

    Recipe #231561

    Had a mango, coconut and lots of avocado on hand. Thought to make a salsa to go with some grilled Mexican meat. Leftovers are tasty in a tortilla with some cheese and grain (such as quinoa or rice). The small chunks of fresh coconut are a crunchy surprise.

    Recipe #222803

    Not diet food. So rich. So creamy. Decadent. Make it. Enjoy it. I've made this 3 times now and my family just loves it. I made it to serve at the big family Christmas, too. Not your traditional orange "Mac and Cheese". From "Everyday Italian" show on Food Network. The original recipe claims 8 servings, but we get more like 8 from a 3/4 recipe. I would say it does 12 servings. It is very rich.

    Recipe #228972

    Adapted from Heidi Swanson, cookbook author. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks awfully good. Serve atop pasta, on baguettes, or over pizza or potatoes. Makes enough for 8 ounces dried pasta or 12 ounces fresh.

    Recipe #224509


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