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    Modified from the NY Times by ofallytasty.com, who adapted it from The National. I put my spin on it by using vegetable broth, and adjusting some of the measurements. If you have smoked salt, by all means sprinkle some over the soup when you serve it.

    Recipe #510791

    Made by Cookie and Kate and posted on their blog. Healthy and addictive if you like this kind of thing, which I do.

    Recipe #493020

    Regular size bagels are just too much for me, so I decided to look for a recipe for mini bagels. Onion Parmesan mini bagels, yum! I changed it up a little by substituting some whole wheat flour. Adapted from by the Editors of Publications International, Ltd.

    Recipe #462182

    This is great for brunch and good for lunch too! A bunch of goodness all wrapped up! You could always put this on a bagel too if you desire! Suggested flavored tortillas: garden vegetable or spinach. Adapted from Wraps cookbook.

    Recipe #430058

    Recipe courtesy Brian Boitano 2009--Show: What Would Brian Boitano Make?Episode: Handyman Special. Brian was a skating Olymipic champion who loves to cook and now has his own show. He served this to get into a supper club. What a hoot to watch Brian make his dishes. This one caught my eye!

    Recipe #389229

    A cool way to use peaches, adapted from BH&G! Peach seeds were carried all over the world. They grow best in warm temperate climates and were grown in Persia before being transported to Europe. Because the Romans thought that peaches came from Persia, they were given the botanical name prunus persica. In 1629, peach seeds were ordered by the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony. It is believed that Spaniards brought peaches to the United States, Central and South America. The Spanish missionairies planted the first peach trees in California. Georgia grows peaches and they are popular all over the USA. They are also very popular in Australia.

    Recipe #180566

    This is a recipe from the Sultan's Tent restarurant in Calgary, Canada. This spicy soup is a Moroccan favorite, eaten every day during Ramadan to break the daytime fast. UPDATE: I have made this, and adjusted the flour amounts. It's really good!

    Recipe #179366

    This is ready to go into the oven in just minutes, so you can kick back and relax with your family while it cooks. If you're not a cilantro fan, substitute parsley. Recipe roots in Spain, Mexico, Southwest. USA,

    Recipe #48454

    With it's crisp skin, light, juicy stuffing of onion, apple, herbs, and lemon zest, and accompaniment of rich gravy,this is hard to beat!

    Recipe #45216

    Adapted from The Kitchen Detective: A Culinary Sleuth Solves Common Cooking Mysteries with 150 Foolproof Recipes by Christopher Kimball, this is yummy! If using canned chicken broth, choose a low-sodium brand, or the sauce will be too salty. If using kosher chicken, skip the brine, the chicken is already salty. An English and French recipe.

    Recipe #121208

    Posted for Zaar World Tour, this is a great Russian dessert! This recipe is adapted from Everyday Cooking for the Jewish Home by Ethel G. Hofman. This is also popular in the Northeast and Canada.

    Recipe #169507

    This is an easy sauce using cherry preserves, that is great served alone, or over latkes, chicken, etc. Adapted from Bon Appetit(Dec. 2001) A Russian recipe.

    Recipe #174849

    Love the smell of bread baking on a cold winters day! Crisp bean sprouts enhance the texture of this wheat-free (but not gluten-free) yeast-free bread- a tasty option for those on special diets!

    Recipe #76124

    Ezekiel Bread / Bible Bread/ Ezekiel 4:9

    Recipe #626

    A great recipe using eggplant and spices. Adapted from Gourmet magazine. A Russian recipe! The ingredients are also typically African/Middle Eastern.

    Recipe #174779

    This recipe comes from an episode called Long Lazy Cooking with Dave Lieberman. So yummy! You may replace already brewed coffee for the instant coffee and water(1 1/3 cups).

    Recipe #160621

    This is inspired by linzer torte pastry, which is flavores with ground up nuts and spices, and is delicious filled with lemon curd! A Jewish recipe.

    Recipe #172932

    This was served at a posh Hanukkah bash, given by Rachel Klein. A lovely recipe with exciting flavor combinations.

    Recipe #172540

    A very refreshing summer salad! For a heartier version, try adding chickpeas and feta cheese! Adapted from Sage Kitchen. You can cut this recipe in half easily.

    Recipe #125644

    This is a sweet little dessert/snack from Jewish Cooking!

    Recipe #171946

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