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    Seasonal recipes for the months of winter. Ingredients include potatoes, cabbage, winter squash, Brussels sprouts, kale, citrus, onions, garlic. Stews and comfort foods. Dried beans, rice, pantry staples. [Photo: Irish Potato Soup]
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    18 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Bread pudding dotted with blueberries has a soft center and a crunchy top. It's not to sweet so go ahead and top it with the easy caramel sauce.This is good for Breafast, Brunch or Dessert!

    Recipe #133329

    Recipe for making flour tortillas from Thibeault's Table. Credit to Ann from the gardenweb internet addy as the majority of this receipe comes from her post: http:// ths.gardenweb.com/ forums/ load/recipex/ msg0611460316237.html?7 I like this easy recipe for tortillas that uses staples usually on hand. I am battling cancer and cannot eat yeast or sugar, so tortillas are a great alternative to bread!

    Recipe #204109

    This is such a great sauce. It's delicious on it's own and it's a great base if you want to get more complex and add ingredients such as a bit of mexican chocolate-(like ibarra), or peanut butter, or chipotles, or whatever tickles your southwest fancy at the moment. I like to use a cast iron skillet for this recipe. Some people like to toast their chiles first, in which the cast iron will again come in handy, but if you do, be careful as they scorch easily. Note: The prep time is for the blender method for processing the chiles, because it doesn't take as long. If you decide to scrape the pulp it will take you longer.

    Recipe #228578

    These crisp potato pancakes come from the Brombergs' grandmother, Martha Finkelstein, who insisted that there is no flavor substitute for schmaltz (rendered chicken fat). Schmaltz is available at kosher delicatessens. MAKE AHEAD: The latkes can be fried early in the day and re-crisped on a baking sheet in a 350° oven. NOTES To make schmaltz, use the large clumps of fat from the neck, body cavity, and from under the skin. In a small, heavy saucepan, cook the fat over low heat until completely melted. Cool, then strain the clear fat into a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 1 week or freeze. Vanilla Applesauce makes 2 1/2 cups and can be refrigerated for up to 1 week.

    Recipe #134042

    1 Reviews |  By Manuela

    Typical Italian dessert from my city: Milano. It's easy to make, healthy and kinda restaurant-like.

    Recipe #29680

    Posted for ZWT '07. Serve over couscous. I added about 1/2 Teaspoon red pepper flakes for a little heat.

    Recipe #232974

    I scourged this off the net a long time ago. I really like it,..and so do my drinking buddies.

    Recipe #74578

    I am always looking to get more fiber into my diet, so when I came across this recipe, I knew I had found a great recipe. I use Splenda instead of regular sugar. A perfect breakfast muffin!!

    Recipe #220841

    A very healthy alternative to meatballs. I'm always looking for yummy vegan food and I'm especially looking forward to trying this one. Many of my favorite vegan recipes come from the Micheff Sisters, Brenda Walsh, Cinda Sanders and Linda Johnson, on 3ABN. This is one of Brenda's recipes. Suggestions: These walnut balls can be made ahead of time and frozen. Can also use them in other sauces such as spaghetti sauce. Try making them a little smaller and using them for an appetizer. For “crispier” texture, fry them in a little canola oil instead of baking them. UPDATE: We finally tried this and were not disappointed! Made this with my Quick Vegan Pesto Alfredo Sauce (Recipe #246616) and Onion Herb Foccacia Bread (Recipe #246431)and it tasted terrific! I could see how frying them in a little oil would make them taste better plain, but I couldn't tell that much of a difference with them in the sauce and it's so much healthier having them baked. I'm going to try to make these again this weekend with a vegan gravy and hope it turns out just as good! I've had it now with sweeet and sour sauce and it tasted really nice.

    Recipe #239125

    A quick and simple dish. Serves 4 but can be multiplied to feed a crowd. Garnish or dip with guacamole, sour cream or salsa.

    Recipe #166283

    what a fantastic combination, mushrooms in a yummy stroganoff sauce flavored with a little brandy and mashed potatoes, dinner on the table in 30 mins. Update 24/02/12 Made and devoured, it really is a dish where you don't miss the meat..but could add some.

    Recipe #307783

    I know there are several samosa recipes out there, but our family just loves these. They are totally worth the time it takes to make them. From The Moosewood Cookbook. Number of servings is approximate - it's plenty for 4 or 5 people. Note: I find I often have more filling than pastry, but I have also found that the filling freezes fine if you want to save it for another batch - or you can just mix up some more dough and eat it all! I've used leftover piecrust in a pinch and just thrown them in the oven to brown rather than frying and they came out just fine.

    Recipe #199318

    This simple pasta dish is very cheap to make, Just a few ingredients and a good olive oil turn this into a meal to relish. I cook the bones from a chicken carcass to make a stock, chicken stock cubes work well if you don't want to make your own stock. Pasta shells are prefered in this dish as they catch the chick peas and the final result is like having a shell with an oyster inside. Kids seem to go for this version of pasta that I cooked many times while in Italy. Serve topped with Parmesan cheese and drizzled with olive oil.

    Recipe #426470

    You can also substitute bottle-gourd (lauki) for the bellpepper in this recipe if you prefer-it goes wonderfully well.

    Recipe #83985

    This recipe is unusual as it calls for the use of Moong dhal(mung beans), it is full of nutrients, so healthy. Serve with rice, a meat dish and Mrs MMs.pota to and bean bhaji for a substantial meal.

    Recipe #285275

    Spiced dhall with spinach, full of flavour and goodness and colour. For ease of cooking use canned cooked lentils and frozen spinach. Serve with chicken curry dishes.

    Recipe #205895

    I am learning to cook Indian food once a week, and absolutely loving it. This is one of my tutor's recipes, when I brought them home everyone gobbled them up. They were served with my tutor's Lamb Khemma recipe. You can use margarine or butter, depending on your dietary preference. You can also make a large batch of dough, roll the chapatis out and freeze (uncooked) until required. Also, you need to cover the dough tightly whilst it is resting, I put it in a ziplock bag or plastic container with a lid. I didn't do this once and the chapati just weren't the same. Finally, you can use 1/2 wholemeal & 1/2 plain flour if you can't find chapati flour.

    Recipe #217108

    2 Reviews |  By Lois M

    I love thinly sliced crispy potatoes, and adding cheese to them just makes them all the better. I have searched for a recipe for this dish for a while, and I ended up combining parts of several recipes. I have tried lots of variations, this recipe is my favorite. But you can try differant cheeses, adding herbs, chives, green onions, etc...

    Recipe #100985

    A lovely twist on regular potato perogies. An added zing that goes wonderfully if you serve them with meat, or simply alone. From fw. 06. can be made ahead 3 days, see note at bottom.Recipe by Grant Achatz From Comfort Food From a Rebel Chef

    Recipe #266448

    8 Reviews |  By CinLin

    This is the recipe I always make for New Year's Day. So many black-eyed pea recipes include ham, which you could add to this one, but we don't miss the meat because of the robust flavors of the kale, garlic and vinegar. This is one of the recipes you don't have to worry about measuring too much. Sometimes, I'll use more kale and fewer beans, if I'm serving this along with a meat main dish. In fact, I'll leave the black-eyed peas out entirely, if I want a light side dish.

    Recipe #81025

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