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    Not your standard toasted nuts; sweet, yet slightly salty, with a flash of smokey fire. Goes great in soups (especially sweet potato or pumpkin) and salads or delicious on their own as a snack or party appetizer.

    Recipe #128373

    Originally created in the late 19th Century for a Russian count. There are a lot of European and American versions that come nowhere close to reproducing this dish as it was originally made. What follows is the classic Russian version.

    Recipe #97243

    Wonderful breakfast, brunch, or mid-morning snack. This recipe is very versatile. Any kind of cereal works, and you can substitute dried fruit and/or nuts for part of the cereal. If using a cooked, hot cereal like oatmeal, combine with wet ingredients instead of dry.

    Recipe #115633

    Sandwich big enough to feed a crowd. You can make this up to 24 hours ahead, and just unwrap, slice and enjoy. Perfect for picnics.

    Recipe #117061

    Easy and yummy. Even my husband who hates cabbage thinks these are great. High in Iron and Protein, and Vitamins A, B, & C. Can also be made in the crockpot instead of oven, just place rolls seasmside down in crockpot, pour in sauce, cover and cook on LOW 8-10 hours.

    Recipe #110790

    Feel free to substitute any fruit or combination of fruit that you like for part of the cantaloupe.

    Recipe #129925

    Great taste. This is an incredibly easy gingerbread recipe, made with butterscotch pudding. If you want to make these a little healthier you can use sugar-free pudding.

    Recipe #105532

    A nice, easy dinner served with buttered rye bread. The wonderful flavor of stuffed cabbage without all the fuss.

    Recipe #118475

    I found this recipe years ago and it's still one of DH's favorite dishes and it's very easy to make.

    Recipe #218276

    Bit like a pizza casserole but this has a crust so theoretically you could pick it up and eat it like regular pizza, but half of the toppings would probably slide off. The toppings listed are mostly suggestions try it this way or using your favorite toppings instead.

    Recipe #112643

    Recipe #107919

    Simple dish for lunch, as a side or just a snack.

    Recipe #97534

    In a hurry? Here's a great breakfast in one pan.

    Recipe #97661

    2 variations on spiced coffee: one flavored with cinnamon, cloves, and allspice and the other with orange, lemon, and cloves. You may also want to experiment with your own amounts and combination of spices.

    Recipe #148327

    Easy, moist and delicious, and the leftovers make good sandwiches. Great for picky eaters as you can add to or leave things out of each.

    Recipe #109637

    The secret to this coffee is the earthy taste of chicory. A dark roast works best and if you mix the chicory in yourself you can vary the proportions to suit your tastes (20-40% chicory for most people). I recommend 25% chicory. The proportion of milk to coffee can also be varied to suit your taste. If you can't find chicory or coffee premixed with chicory in your area, both are available online at orleanscoffee.com/ and premixed is also available at cafedumonde.com/ or neworleanscoffeeworks.com/ or frenchmarketcoffee.com

    Recipe #151134

    Normandy inspired chicken with easy, homemade crème fraîche. Simply amazing. Goes perfectly with a side of green beans; also wonderful with sugar snap peas, asparagus or spinach. Notes on crème fraîche: If you're concerned about the thickness of the finished sauce, mix up the crème fraîche a couple of hours ahead of starting the rest of the meal. Crème fraîche thickens as it stands and the thicker it is, the thicker the finished sauce will be; many recipe call for leaving it out around 12 hours, or even up to 24, to set up. It is the bacterial cultures in the sour cream acting on the heavy cream that cause it to thicken and sour slightly, but from what I've read, it's a beneficial bacteria and perfectly safe to eat even when left out for that long (at any rate, I've left it out for that long and my family ate it and was perfectly fine). If you're concerned about the fact that it's a bacteria at all, heating it after it's thickened will kill the bacteria; the taste will be the same, but it will break down slightly and make the texture a little grainy.

    Recipe #120745

    Low carb breakfast as easy as it is delicious. For a simple dinner just layer some shredded lettuce and re-fried beans onto the tortilla before the eggs.

    Recipe #117723

    Recipe #117683

    Creamy, delicious take on egg salad. Great on Wasa crackers.

    Recipe #119922

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