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    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Great stuff ... from Mark Bittman's "The Best Recipes in the World". This spread can be served with bread or vegetable sticks, but it is also wonderful as a sandwich ingredient. It can be made hours or even a day in advance, but always let it come back to room temperature before serving.

    Recipe #151043

    10 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This simple dish is a New Year's Day tradition in our home, as it is in many homes across the southern part of the United States, and the recipe is based on one that was published in a local newspaper many years ago. We like ours doused with hot sauce and served with cornbread. Prep time does not include overnight soaking of peas.

    Recipe #149532

    25 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This is a wonderful appetizer and a nice change from the usual chips and dip or crackers and spread combo. We especially loved the sauce! If you roast the garlic ahead of time, it all comes together rather quickly. I didn't heat the sauce after pureeing, just served it at room temperature. Note added 12/26/05: I agree with Marie Nixon's review that there is enough sauce for 2 packages of tortellini. I did actually make 2 packages, and there was plenty of sauce for that amount.

    Recipe #149182

    6 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Quick and easy-- adds wonderful flavor to simple green beans. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #144705

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    As published in Bon Appetit, Crostata con Crema di Formaggio e Marmellata di Arance Amare was touted as being one of the most popular desserts at Restaurant Zibibbo in Florence. I love a recipe that has few ingredients and a simple preparation, but results in a nice presentation and fabulous flavor. This is one of those. Actually, I did not try the crust recipe, as I had an extra crust already made that I needed to use so I used it. I do intend to make this again soon, though, and will update the recipe as to the results. Prep time includes 2 hours chill time. The recipe was credited to Chef Benedetta Vitali of Zibibbo.

    Recipe #144279

    14 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Flavorful dip from Cooking Light. Serve with toasted baguette slices or warm pita wedges.

    Recipe #143338

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Tasty snack from Cooking Light that provides a concentrated source of carbohydrates from the raisins, along with protein and "good" fats from the nuts. Feel free to substitute nuts and fruit according to your preference, or what you have on hand. I don't care for raisins, so I used craisins (dried cranberries) ; I found I was out of slivered almonds, so I substituted some chopped macadamias. I especially loved the addition of cardamom--added an unexpected element.

    Recipe #142661

    1 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    A breadstick with a bit of personality. I used Pecorino Pepato (studded with peppercorns), rather than Pecorino Romano, so mine had that extra peppery kick that I love. I happened to discover they are fantastic with a cold beer. :) As with any bread, the amount of flour needed can vary so keep in mind you may need to adjust. Prep time includes resting/rising times. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #142660

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Rich, intensely-flavored dessert from Fine Cooking. I made this especially for my husband, whose #1 drink of choice is espresso. You'll definitely want to use top-quality chocolate and, of course, good, fresh coffee beans. I used 8 ounces of bittersweet chocolate, rather than the semisweet/unsweetened combination, and refrigerated overnight before serving. The original recipe listed double-strength coffee as an alternative to the brewed espresso, but I would only use this if you have no means to brew espresso, or, at least, access to purchased shots.

    Recipe #140413

    1 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    An incredible bread! Using lemons on a focaccia seemed so unusual to me, I just had to try it--absolutely loved it! All these flavors play together so nicely. Recipe adapted from "A New Way to Cook", by Sally Schneider. I use Peter Reinhart's recipe for pizza dough, which I hope to post soon.

    Recipe #140127

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    My favorite 100% whole-wheat bread recipe thus far, originally published in the December 1996 issue of Gourmet and submitted by Timothy Hayes. I have made this bread many times and am posting the recipe basically as written, but have never baked it as two loaves in pans so I cannot vouch for the given baking time. Due to the small size of my family, I divide into 3 loaves, rather than 2, and bake free-form style on a baking stone. I also don't use oats to top the loaves--I use either toasted wheat germ or an artisan bread topping from King Arthur Flour. This freezes well and also makes excellent toast (I love it toasted with peanut butter spread on it:). Don't try to rush it as it needs all 3 "rises" and, depending on your yeast (I use SAF instant) and the temperature in your home, it could take longer to rise. Prep time includes rise time. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #137837

    6 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Tasty way to satisfy those "sweet and salty" cravings. :) I found this recipe online while searching for a way to use up the rest of the Crispix cereal I had purchased for another recipe.

    Recipe #137823

    These are yummy! The original recipe called for red and green Christmas M&Ms, but I see no reason to relegate this delicious treat to just the holidays. :)

    Recipe #137253

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Adapted from one of my favorite cookbooks, The Bread Baker's Apprentice (by Peter Reinhart), this recipe makes lovely sweet, light loaves. Prep time includes time for fermentation and proofing of the sponge and the dough. This bread will start browning rather quickly, due to the high sugar content, but don't be alarmed - it will get even darker as the center catches up with the outside, and the final color will be a rich mahogany brown.

    Recipe #136792

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    These are great broiled as instructed, but I am also anxious to try them on the grill. Don't skip the sesame seeds--I think they make the dish. Prep time includes time to marinate. Recipe from Fisherman's Express.

    Recipe #136025

    70 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Very simple preparation that preserves the delicate, sweet flavor of the scallops. I didn't have Romano on hand, so I used Parmigiano-Reggiano and just grated it directly over the scallops in the skillet.

    Recipe #134951

    6 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Hearty, delicious and quick. Yes, this does use several canned products and also gets a head start with prepared soup. But there are times, at least in my home, when speed and convenience must take precedence. This recipe originated from Honeysuckle White so, of course, it calls for Italian turkey sausage. I have made it with turkey sausage and with regular Italian sausage--it is good either way. Also, feel free to substitute beans according to preference or what is on hand. I often use cannellini beans rather than red kidney beans.

    Recipe #134621

    9 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Luscious coffeecake adapted from Squalicum Lake Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Bellingham, WA. The recipe was published in a lovely cookbook, Northwest Mornings, given to me in a zaar swap by my good friend Lulu B.

    Recipe #133277

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Delightful mix of flavors from Prevention magazine. Although I submitted the cooking directions for the couscous as given, please check the directions on your particular package. The cooking directions on my box were different so I followed the package instructions, rather than the recipe, for cooking the couscous. The balsamic vinegar does darken the dish, so use white balsamic if you prefer. I have never used it, though, so I am unsure what taste difference there would be.

    Recipe #132256

    Delicious salad adapted from Ina Garten. A little blue cheese sprinkled on top makes a nice addition.

    Recipe #132043

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