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    I found this pulled pork recipe years ago, and it's a favorite at potlucks. Freezes well for easy quick meals.

    Recipe #131018

    I saw flax seed at the grocery and bought it without any idea of what to do with it. I found out that flax seed contributes fiber and omega-3s to the diet. Even better, it made this delightful, speckled loaf with a nutty flavor. Wonderful as is or toasted.

    Recipe #143230

    Another wonderful onion bread, somewhat simpler than one I've posted earlier. Bread is slightly moist from the onions, makes the most wonderful sandwiches and toast. From Gold Medal.

    Recipe #149931

    This is from a wonderful book, The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook, by Hensperger and Kaufmann. It makes a wonderful, creamy oatmeal with no watching or muss or fuss. Definitely use steel-cut oats, which have a wonderful texture, so superior to the regular stuff. I usually use dried cranberries, raisins or currants, instead of the dates.

    Recipe #142363

    This is a rich creamy ice cream, from the essetti.com website. Use very ripe bananas and only fresh lemon juice - not bottled. Preparation time is estimated, depends on your ice cream freezer.

    Recipe #131075

    For rice cookers with a porridge cycle. This is a delicious, creamy pudding, with the luscious taste of coconut. Tapioca pearls cook to perfection in the rice cooker. Try topping with sliced or chopped tropical fruit - mango, pineapple, banana, papaya. Recipe can be halved for 3-cup cooker. From the Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook. Guessing on cooktime.

    Recipe #178736

    I found this cutting from the Chicago Tribune lying around and decided to try it. The rub adds a pleasant but not overwhelming heat to the pork, and an added plus is that it's really fast to make on those busy nights we all seem to have. The rub makes enough for two tenderloins, but also try mixing some of it with mayonnaise for a delicious spread on your sandwiches, in chicken salad and the like.

    Recipe #274990

    The original of this recipe was in Cooking Light, and I've modified it for personal tastes. I first made this for Christmas Eve supper, and we fought over the leftovers for breakfast the next morning. Recipe can be easily multiplied as needed.

    Recipe #145889

    An easy, no-fuss recipe. Update: I've cut the amount of butter in half, it works well with less butter.

    Recipe #153955

    This recipe is from Epicurious.com, from a recipe called Three-Cheese Cornmeal Pizzette. I just make the dough and improvise the toppings. The cornmeal gives a wonderful texture and flavor to the dough. The dough freezes well - great for smaller households. The directions below are for two pizzas - but the entire recipe makes four.

    Recipe #227543

    I baked many loaves until I finally came up with a successful sourdough version of the recent no-knead phenomenon. This is a great, beautiful loaf of bread.

    Recipe #250704

    From the Sept/Oct 2009 issue. Cooks Illustrated suggests that a non-premium vodka, such as Smirnoffs, is just fine. According to their tests, this ratio outperformed commercial vanilla extracts.

    Recipe #383722

    This delightful recipe comes from "Cooking Moroccan" by Tess Mallos. The meatballs do not need to be browned, which simplifies the prep. A tagine is an clay vessel, however, you do not need one to prepare this dish.

    Recipe #190713

    I do not remember where I found this recipe, but it's been one that I've enjoyed for some years. This is rather spicy, and you may want to cut down on the peppers. I generally omit the ground pepper and use 2 tsp. of pepper sauce, but am posting the recipe as I originally wrote it down.

    Recipe #110759

    9 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This is the soup our mom always made. The combination of fresh cabbage and sauerkraut is what makes this special. I measured quantities in response to a request, but I usually just toss things together. If you use a slotted spoon, this also makes a good side - just reduce the amount of liquid used. Serve with boiled potatoes.

    Recipe #144231

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    A friend asked me to make a bread suitable for a person with acid reflux. I did a little research and came up with this loaf. Despite the varied ingredients, this makes a light loaf. Times are estimated.

    Recipe #151152

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I used red lentils for the first time in a recipe I tagged in one of the games and loved them. So I started looking around for other recipes. I found quite a few recipes, and inspired by them, created this soup, using ingredients that I normally have at home. While this is probably 4 servings' worth, I find we generally get only two, as we really love soup!

    Recipe #360679

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I think I saw this in Cooking Light - the library's copier was broken, so I scribbled down the ingredients and directions on a slip of paper. I don't usually have celery, so used green beans and added a teaspoonful or so of dry celery leaves for flavor. I've also made it with leftover chicken, added mushrooms, used fresh herbs or different herbs, and made other changes on the fly. I love that it makes a small quantity for those of us with small households. Update: I recently served this over hot cooked noodles, and that was another nice way to have this dish.

    Recipe #334824

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This is a delicious, creamy version of rice pudding that I got many years ago. It is good warm or chilled. Note: I made this is a 700-watt microwave, newer MWs are stronger and will require less time.

    Recipe #142837

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This salad was a regular feature in my childhood, and still appears on the cold table at formal events. It is made of foods that would have been available at any Central/Eastern/Northern European farmstead. Every ingredient, other than the sour cream and salt, is optional. If you omit the beets, it is called a Balta (White) Misraine. Prep time is estimated, and I have not included the time to cook the veggies.

    Recipe #151652

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