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    Since I love shortbread, this recipe is very special to me and I typically only make it during the holidays. It is the ultimate in shortbread that includes a crystallized ginger filling that is sandwiched in between shortbread that includes the ginger in the batter as well. You can also merely top single layers of the shortbread with the ginger frosting since the sandwiched cookie is extremely rich and is something that is more appropriate for a special occasion.

    Recipe #376968

    This is a very substantial beef stew from an asian recipe. The ingredients in this beef broth have a depth of flavor that satisfys even someone with a strictly western palate. I used cellophane noodles added to the finished product but would suggest if using this type to use sparingly. You can also use linguine. I discovered this recipe in Jennifer Brennan's cookbook "The Cuisines of Asia".

    Recipe #371325

    Can't remember where I got this one but I love it more everytime I fix what could be considered a salad or fresh vegetable side.

    Recipe #370258


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