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    From "One Good Dish" by David Tanis. Lots of intriguing recipes in this book, this one caught my attention. Hoping to make it soon. Prep time is estimated.

    Recipe #514344

    From the Lithuanian blog "Dideli eksperimentai mazoje virtuveje". Mother used to make a similar dumpling with just the cheese and flour, we called them "varškeciai". I really liked this version with potatoes - think gnocchi. These types of dishes are very typical Lithuanian farmhouse fare. The basics of this flour - milk, potatoes, flour - would have been available year round at any farmhouse, and I am sure they were featured at breakfast, lunch or dinner, as needed. While I have always eaten this as an entree, I am sure it would be great as a sidedish, also.

    Recipe #514141

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I had bought some very nice broccoli crowns on sale, and then forgot about them. By the time I remembered, they'd started to go brown. Still, waste not, want not. I needed soup, so I cut off all the brown parts, ending up with mostly stalk, a bit of florets. It turned into a very nice soup, we thought.

    Recipe #514129

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From Vegetarian Times, March 2014 issue. This looked very good in the magazine photos.

    Recipe #513500

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From "The Indian Slow Cooker" by Anupy Singla. Goa was originally colonized by the Portuguese. Coconut milk is used frequently in Goan cuisine. This was a really delicious meal, although I am not sure about the quantity of water, see Note. Use a 5 qt slow cooker for full amount, a 3 1/2 qt cooker if you halve the recipe.

    Recipe #513463

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I don't own a pressure cooker, but this recipe tempts me to get one. From "Pressure Cooking for Every Occasion" by Fagor America (2005) and published in my local paper. A 6 qt capacity cooker is required. The cooking time is for the cake served warm - it wll take longer to cool and chill, as is more customary with cheesecake.

    Recipe #513202

    From Vegetarian Times, Jan/Feb 2014. You may substitute any vegetables you like for the ones shown, but realize you may have to change when they are added, depending on specific cooking times for different veggies.. I have not made this yet, prep times are estimated.

    Recipe #511816

    From "Fix It and Forget It New Cookbook" by Phyllis Good. I have not yet tried this, but wanted to save it, as it seems like a good recipe for potlucks. I am wondering if there is enough pasta for the number of servings, however. Prep time estimated.

    Recipe #511756

    By food writer Megan Gordon, author of "Whole-Grain Mornings" and published in the local paper, who suggests this for breakfast, not just as a dessert. Make this ahead of time - the author says it's best on the third day. I have not made it yet, but intend to, as I like the inclusion of fresh ginger. I estimated the prep time.

    Recipe #511191

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I bought some cube steaks on a whim and then was not sure what to do with them. I liked the idea of slow cooking, but not the cream of soups and mixes that so many recipes featured. So I made this up based on what I had in my pantry. Mr Grumpy did not speak while eating, just made little moaning noises.. I guess that means he likes it!

    Recipe #509192

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From the blog "Surfing the World Cuisine". The name derives from the Taurus mountain range that stretches from Antalaya to Adana, and in Turkey it is served typically with kebabs. I thought it was very fresh tasting and good with grilled meat. I've adapted the recipe somewhat, as there were no quantities given for some ingredients.

    Recipe #509141

    Cepelinai are one of the favorite dishes of Lithuania, but are quite labor-intensive to make. You have to grate the potatoes, then squeeze out as much liquid as possible. I was intrigued by recipes of this name that I found in a number of Lithuanian blogs, which literally translates as "Lazyman's cepelinai", and inspired by them, developed this recipe. This recipe is for two adults, two dumplings a person as a main dish, but children would probably just eat one. The texture is very reminiscent of the potato cepelinai, but you can easily make these for dinner. I keep forgetting to time myself, but I'm sure this doesn't take me more than about 30 minutes.

    Recipe #507755

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    Saw this in People magazine while I was in a waiting room. I will have to find someone from whom to scrounge some tequila, as I don't normally buy that. If you buy jalapenos ahead of time, they will turn red - much cheaper than buying the red ones. I try to pick a couple that are already turning, but are still in the green bin. Recipe from Border Grill in LA. Please note that the nutritional information will be off, as you use only half of the pineapple.

    Recipe #506891

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From the blog "A Year of Slow Cooking". This recipe is for the mini Little Dipper slow cooker. It can be doubled for a slightly larger slow cooker, or do what I did, using a heat-safe bowl and a larger slow cooker. I'm guessing on servings - I ate most of this instead of dinner.

    Recipe #505184

    Adapted from Food52. The original recipe called for 1 1/2 tsp cardamon and 1 tsp cinnamon, which I found to be overpowering.This is very pleasant. Cooking time is standing time.

    Recipe #504817

    Courtesy of Lithuanian food blogger Oditele ("Oditeles blogas"). I love these and have already made several batches. These are a fresh pickle - you need to use it within a few days - I think the longest I kept any was five days. I cut the original recipe in half, as that makes sense for me, but you could double it. The sodium amount will be off in the nutritional analysis, as much of it will stay in the brine that forms as the pickles sit.

    Recipe #502728

    By Maureen Petrosky of and published in the Sunday paper. The nutritional information will be wildly off, as you make far more syrup than you need for a single drink. You can use a vanilla, cherry or whipped cream vodka instead of plain vodka.

    Recipe #502664

    From the blog "Nami-Nami" by the wonderful Pille. I have not made this yet, but veggie broth might be nice instead of the water. Smoked Gouda is suggested if you do not have a nice Estonian smoked cheese handy. Prep time is estimated.

    Recipe #501698

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    Recipe by chef Richard Blais. From his cookbook, "Try This At Home" and published in the USA Today magazine.

    Recipe #499841

    A while ago I made a dessert we really liked, except that it relied on commercial gelatin dessert and was too sweet for us. So I played around, and came up with this dessert, which I think is a great way to use fresh, ripe fruit (although I imagine canned would also work). I had strawberries around, but I think this would work with any berries, ripe peaches, mangoes, canned pineapple. You can customize it to fit your personal sweet tooth! I also like that is uses kefir with all of its wonderful probiotic qualities.

    Recipe #499244

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