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    I love to serve finger foods at parties and get-togethers, and I wanted to do some tiny pies, but all I could find were recipes for regular muffin sized "mini" apple pies. So here's what I came up with for tiny bite-sized apple pies! I have successfully made these gluten free by checking ingredients and using a gluten free flour blend. Prep time includes 1 hour chill time for dough.

    Recipe #466392

    A simple Middle Eastern breakfast dish something like fried tomatoes. I learned the basics of this from my SIL.

    Recipe #466206

    An Alain Ducasse recipe by way of the New York Times, it is a wonderful combination of blueberries and sabayon with a creme brulee kind of crust. Cooking time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #116788

    From the Gluten-Free Girl, Shauna James and made for my friend with celiac disease. The thing is these are great muffins, gluten or not.

    Recipe #266697

    Everything in this salsa is fresh and summery. So delicious with seafood or chicken or duck or almost anything grilled. From "True Blueberry: Delicious Recipes for Every Meal," by Linda Dannenberg. The cooking time is really macerating time.

    Recipe #311317

    An updated, healthy version of the famous and fabulous Strawberries Romanoff. From Nora's in Washington, D.C. You may use other berries or seasonal fruit, but this combination is quite beautiful.

    Recipe #170476

    A recipe from Savoie, the French Alps. A perfect summer recipe,or, since fresh blueberries freeze so beautifully, one you can make in winter to make it feel, for just a moment, like midsummer. Wild blueberries (called huckleberries in my childhood) are best, but any blueberries are better than none.

    Recipe #174906

    From the wonderful Canadian Chef, Rob Feenie of Vancouver. Simple syrup is equal amounts of water and sugar, brought to a boil and stirred till the sugar is completely dissolved, then cooled. Most of the time is freezing time (which is estimated).

    Recipe #173199

    A delicious and quite blue frozen drink. You can make it alcoholic by adding vodka or white rum, but it's really quite good on its own. The recipe for Simple Cinnamon Syrup is posted separately.

    Recipe #315730

    From The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, this is a super simple fruit pie recipe with several easy variations. Use it with a standard pie crust, or try it with recipe #465805 or recipe #465806 for a change of pace. For the most tasty pie, use organic fruit!

    Recipe #465807

    Here's another one from The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, this is a change of pace from a standard pie crust.

    Recipe #465806

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Another recipe from The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, this recipe is made with all organic ingredients; use organic where you can. From the recipe, "This crust is a treat unto itself and is much easier to make than a pastry pie crust."

    Recipe #465805

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    From The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, "Who ever thought mild-mannered tofu could have such…attitude? Many have tried to crack the code on our savoury peppery snack, and now they’ll become a favourite in your kitchen."

    Recipe #465803

    Adapted from “A Year in My Kitchen” by Skye Gyngell and printed in a local publication then adapted further by me. I realized once I started to gather the ingredients to test this recipe I didn't have enough baby arugula and substituted a small amount of baby spinach leaves.

    Recipe #465708

    I prepared BBQ sauce (Recipe #463351) for a Photo Tag/Fall Game recently and used it for inspiration in preparing this simple egg dish. A big thank you to Chef breezermom! Measurements are estimated. Perfect for a light and simple meal.

    Recipe #465538

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Good anytime, the cranberries and pumpkin seeds in this dish will brighten up your Thanksgiving table. The sterols and zinc in the pumpkin seeds help your immune system for the cold winter ahead. The earthy sweetness of the kale is set off nicely by the nutty flavour of the quinoa. Use both red and white quinoa for a nice colour variation. Source: Chatelaine

    Recipe #465687

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    I found this one on Food.com, from Chef Michael Smith. Not only does it look really simple for an apple pie, it's whole grain AND adds an interesting flavour twist! From the description: "This is not a classic apple pie. This pie is easier to make. The pastry is so easy to stir together that you can also make a crumble topping with the same ingredients. Throw in a surprising flavour twist and this pie will become a classic of its own!"

    Recipe #465679

    From the Krusteaz Company based in Seattle, Washington. The maple syrup and nuts were my addition. Pears would make an ideal substitute for the apples I think. Pumpkin pie spice, apple pie spice, or Recipe #266688 can be used in place of the ground cinnamon if you wish. I tried apple pie spice in the test recipe.

    Recipe #465488

    From Steve Raichlen, a wonderful compound butter for fish or other grilled things. This makes a fair amount-- enough for 8 servings of, for example, grilled swordfish, though Raichlen calls it a recipe for 4.

    Recipe #381963

    Summer after summer, we make batch after batch of gazpacho and, after trying many recipes, have determined that this is IT. It is adapted from a recipe published in the Times in 1968 -- a Craig Claibourne rendition of a home cook's (Manola Drozdoski) gazpacho formula. We have changed it a tad--less vinegar and sherry vinegar instead of red wine vinegar, We also only make it in the summer when we have gorgeous home grown or local tomatoes, peppers and cucumber. We've also found that it is even better if it sits in the fridge for 24 hours (but be aware that it doesn't last past a third day). If you've a good blender and a good strainer, it's a snap to make and amazingly delicious. Prep time does not include chilling time. BTW, it has no apparent relationship to Malaga.

    Recipe #387656

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