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    This is how you can make butter at home. This is good for a group of kids to do, they can keep passing the bowl to one another when they get tired of shaking.

    Recipe #82906

    A rich, satisfying pasta dish that is cheap, nourishing, and pleasing.

    Recipe #82903

    A nice quick summer lunch, or can be served as an elegant appetizer salad. If you can find tuna in olive oil, it's well worth it in this recipe, but when draining the tuna, save the olive oil for the dressing. Cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #82608

    Wonderful stew, can be a vegetarian meal on its own. Or you can add some diced or shredded smoked duck, if you like meat. The red lentils break down, and cause this to be like a really rich soup. If you need to stretch this out, you can serve it over white rice, to do a sort of "beans and rice" thing.

    Recipe #82568

    This is from Good Eats with Alton Brown.

    Recipe #81410

    Posted in response to a technique request. This creates a crystal clear broth. You can also substitute ground chicken and chicken broth to make a chicken consomme. This recipe is from "On Cooking" by Labensky and Hause. You can add anything you like to it: cooked beef, cooked vegetables, croutons, or use it as a base for soups.

    Recipe #81043

    This is a copycat recipe my girlfriend and I made. It's originally from a restaurant here in New Brunswick, called Stuff Yer Face. It's basically potato chip nachos.

    Recipe #80988

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