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    The best pierogi dough ever! The dough is very easy to work with and does not break when boiling. The addition of the cake flour makes all the difference, they come out soft and wonderful. Dough may be made 2 hours ahead, wrapped well in plastic wrap and chilled. Bring to room temperature before using. Makes enough for about 48 pierogies or 32 varenikis. Cooking time is fridge time.

    Recipe #133968

    So many German settlers carried their gingerbread treats to small towns around this country that the sweetly spiced cakes and cookies have become an all-American tradition. Coated with a chocolate ganache glaze, the homey cake of holidays past is transformed into a special-occasion dessert. This cake can be made vegan by using non-dairy margarine instead of butter and Rich's Whip instead of real whipping cream and ghiradelli semi-sweet chocolate chips with exceptional results. You can also add raspberries to the top. Recipe is from Bon Appetit, Dec. 2002.

    Recipe #133979

    Beets and potatoes roast alongside each other in the same pan. Wait until they're cooked to toss them together, though, or you'll end up with bright-pink potatoes. A fillet of salmon roasts at the same oven temperature, and a drizzle of creamy horseradish sauce tops them all. In the Pacific Northwest, where they really know their seafood, pinot noir is the wine of choice with salmon. It should be yours, too. Try a fruity example from Oregon or California.

    Recipe #134813

    So simple and so good--these cutlets are a case where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Ground turkey is often disappointingly dry, but here a bit of butter and cream keep the meat moist. The butteriness of the juicy cutlets contrasts beautifully with the racy freshness of an uncomplicated red wine. A Beaujolais from France or a merlot from Trentino in Northern Italy or will be perfect.

    Recipe #134820

    You could use store-bought seedless raspberry preserves to fill these cookies, but Hermé's method of pureeing the raspberries in a blender to extract all the pectin from the seeds is clever and easy, and it makes a better filling than any you can buy. MAKE AHEAD: The cookies can be refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 1 week or frozen for up to 2 months. NOTES: The Linzer dough can be cut into decorative shapes, but the cookies aren't particularly sweet without the raspberry jam, so dust them with confectioners' sugar once they've cooled.

    Recipe #134823

    Strain the morel soaking liquid in this recipe and save it for adding depth of flavor to soups or stews. You can also use frozen pierogie dough found in the freezer section of your grocery store. Recipe by Food & Wine's Marcia Kiesel. MAKE AHEAD The pierogies can be prepared through Step 5 and frozen for up to 1 month. Boil frozen pierogies for the same amount of time indicated for the fresh ones.The rich, smoky filling in these pierogies makes them perfect foils for a full-flavored Merlot with velvety tannins like the 1994 Columbia Crest Estate Series from Washington State or the 1995 Meerlust from South Africa.

    Recipe #135406

    In a flash of genius, my sister bought her favorite fresh pierogi (available in supermarkets), brushed them with olive oil and threw them on the grill. These crisp appetizers have become such a family standby that I’m always trying to come up with new toppings. Two of my favorites: grilled mushrooms and scallions, and spicy fresh salsa. If you wish to make your own dough use my Pierogi and Vareniki Dough recipe #133968. NOTE: If you use frozen pierogi that are not precooked, you must boil them first, then drain and let cool completely before grilling. BEER The creamy, earthy and spicy elements in these crostini call for a bright, golden lager with plenty of flavor to match. Try the classic Pilsner Urquell or the smooth and strong Polish Piast.

    Recipe #135435

    Delicious and light pancakes by Tina Ujlaki from Exploring Castaway Cuisine. Batter needs to rest for one hour.

    Recipe #140810


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