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    This recipe was in given to me by a good friend. The recipe originated from "Marshall Field's Oakbrook" according to her cookbook. It isn't something I would usually make, but I wanted to post it, in her honor.

    Recipe #295502

    We had pickled grapes as part of an appetizer that was served at Teatro ZinZanni. These ones don't taste exactly the same as the ones chef Tom Douglas served there, but they're a tasty addition to a cheese or charcuterie plate. They taste similar to a sweet pickle, only better. I like to mix red and green seedless grapes, but you can use one or the other. I also use Splenda, but feel free to use granulated sugar if you desire. This recipe is adapted from one I found on NPR, which in turn was adapted from a recipe from Seattle's Boat Street Cafe. They are ready to eat after about 8hrs in the brine.

    Recipe #288329

    These are adapted from "TANGY TART HOT & SWEET", by Top Chef's Padma Lakshmi. There, they were called an open-faced tea sandwich, but I'd consider them more like "toasts". They have a nice crunch, and the green, red, and white are great for the holidays. According to my produce book, pomegranates are in season November & December, although I've seen nice pomegranates (at my local Trader Joe's) in February. I've found an easy, mess-free way to seed a pomegranate, which I'll include at the end of the recipe below. I'm not a big fan of the flavor of goat cheese, and prefer to cut it by using equal portions of goat and cream cheese. But these also taste great using just cream cheese.

    Recipe #282534

    I made this for Christmas, and it was a refreshing, delicate dessert after a heavy meal of rib roast and mashed potatoes. It tasted a bit like a Creamsicle! I'll post it in the amounts I made it in, but I'd probably add more citrus zest next time. Also, we preferred this dessert when it had thawed a bit and the texture was smooth (and there were few ice crystals in it). ***Cook time includes 4 hours of freezer time.

    Recipe #274001

    Adapted from an Epicurious recipe. Serve with sour cream, and tortilla strips and avocado if desired.

    Recipe #221721

    I adapted this from Food Network last summer. We like more garlic, tomatoes & basil than the original; and we quickly saute the shrimp & garlic in a pan. It's very good over pasta or even rice, but we usually serve it with crostini. Topping the bread (or crostini) with some of the tomato/basil mixture makes it even better. It's quick, has lots of flavor, even with supermarket tomatoes & basil in the middle of winter. I also found 2 servings to be more realistic than the recommended 4; shrimp are pretty low calorie, and even with the crostini, it's a pretty low kcal meal.

    Recipe #208875

    My Mom prepared ham using this recipe for holidays or special occasions, and it always made the house smell wonderful. I remember watching her 'crack' the blanket off the ham, which both flavored it and kept it extremely moist. I've eaten it many times, but haven't made it myself yet.

    Recipe #114793

    This is a wonderful appetizer, and works well for potlucks too. I think I saw it in the Sunday paper advertising section about 10 years ago. If you can make your own fresh pico de gallo or salsa, wonderful, but if not, jarred salsa works just fine. Cooking time includes 1 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #114399

    I got this recipe from a friend I used to work with, who maintains that it's VITAL to use fresh espresso. This cake is very rich and fudge-like. I've tried cutting the recipe in half (unsucessfully) so I prefer to make the whole cake and just share it with others. My co-worker's recipe called for offering it with raspberry sauce, but I never asked for that part of the recipe as I just can't mix chocolate and fruit.

    Recipe #114012

    This recipe came from a dietitian I know; her original recipe came from Bon Appetit. I haven't made this for awhile, but I tried to include the time it takes to slice and grate the cheeses within the prep time. Total servings should be at least six, perhaps eight.

    Recipe #110862

    This recipe was published by Kathy Casey, who, I just discovered, got this recipe from the late caterer, Gretchen Mathers. Although I don't usually like green olives, I LOVED these. The surrounding cheesy-dough goes well with the tart olives. The recipe calls for them to be served hot, but they're good warm (and if you're lucky enough to have any refrigerated leftovers, they make a great late-night snack). I've assembled then frozen them, just baking them for a few extra minutes. They're a bit labor intensive at first, but once you get the hang of them, you can assemble more than 50 in less than an hour. Smaller olives work best. I've doubled the recipe, but even that many will disappear quickly at a party, so I'll triple it next time I take them to a potluck. If you don't like sharp cheddar, medium works well - I've even substituted mild cheddar when I knew I had guests who disliked harsh cheese.

    Recipe #109957

    We usually use cod, salmon, or halibut for this dish, but I'm sure you could use other fish as well.

    Recipe #109060

    One of my friends deemed this "Baklava Salmon" and the name stuck. The salmon & mustard go well with the honey, butter, and walnuts. We usually serve this with rice and steamed carrots or broccoli.

    Recipe #108775

    I like to grind the salt, fennel seed, and pepper together myself, and I often add whole pine nuts to the paste mixture.

    Recipe #108499

    I have served these bars to my best friend and her daughter, neither of whom need reduced-sugar foods; they both said they were great. And they smell very good while baking.

    Recipe #108498

    I make this for a potlucks or parties, so often I assemble a tiny one in a mini-loaf pan for the two of us. If there are any leftovers, they go great on bagels. I sometimes take small disposable containers so people can take some home with them. If you want to use pre-made pesto, 3/4-1 cup should be enough for this dish. I usually serve it with assorted crackers, but it goes well on toasted baguette slices and mini-bagels too. It takes awhile to assemble, but cooking time is simply chilling time.

    Recipe #105512

    This is adapted from the cafeteria at work. It was written in food service quantities and I hope I've scaled it down properly, since I loosely measure the ingredients when I make it. The onion, bay leaf and clove make the kitchen smell especially good on a cold or rainy night. If you have ground bay leaf, use it, but simmering a whole leaf is fine too. This soup is great with grilled/toasted cheese sandwiches.

    Recipe #104198

    This is very quick to prepare; I have marinated the salmon for as little as 1/2 an hour, yet it has plenty of flavor. For ease of preparation, we buy individually portioned salmon from a big-box store. We prefer to grill it on our indoor contact because it's SO quick. I've used straight brown sugar, Splenda Brown Sugar Blend, and straight Splenda - and they all work very well. But I think the brown sugar or the brown sugar blend will give you a little better color.

    Recipe #103469

    I can easily make this after work, even if I have to prep everything from scratch. The original recipe was adapted from a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. It called for 1 lb of dried black beans but for us, canned works best on a weeknight. I've used either 2 or 3 cans of beans, it depends on how thick you like your bean soup. I think the coriander and sherry are the key to it's taste.

    Recipe #103361

    I either buy fresh scallops, or the frozen sea scallops from Trader Joe's. They thaw fast enough that I can easily make this on a weeknight. I'm told some folks have problems with the sauce "breaking" if you are not careful whisking in the butter and keeping the sauce from getting too hot, but I have not. I usually serve this dish with rice and steamed spinach; the sauce goes well over just about anything. The chives are good, but I prefer the tarragon. My husband and I find that we can easily eat 1/2 lb of scallops.

    Recipe #103267

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