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    Who says grilled cheese is just for kids? Don't get me wrong, I still love a greasy diner-style grilled cheese once in awhile, but this fancier version is incredibly delicious and decadent. Brie and asparagus are really ideally suited for each other so I almost always combine them when I'm making anything where I would use brie.

    Recipe #478416

    I wanted a smoothie but had no fruit in my house except for a banana so I improvised this concoction and it turned out quite well. You won't taste all of the ingredients, but they marry very well together into a uniform flavor. But feel free to add more or less of something to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #478369

    These are the best tasting Brussels Sprouts I've ever had. The flavors merge together perfectly. I challenge a Brussels sprouts hater to try these and not change their mind. It's not a quick recipe, but you won't regret the time put into it. This is a recipe that I got from Diners Drive-ins and Dives from an episode in San Jose CA. The recipe was posted incorrectly on the food network website, so I'm posting it here from memory, with alterations to the amount since it was being made in bulk for a restaurant.

    Recipe #477618

    You can't go wrong with a butternut squash soup, but this one has a subtlety of flavors that is positively gourmet. And with the incredibly easy preparation and ingredients this will be a staple of your winter-time dinner parties or even just a quick after-work meal. It's also easy to make vegetarian with the replacement of vegetable broth.

    Recipe #402631

    This is a fantastic sauce. It's similar to thousand island dressing although it uses fresh ingredients instead of a relish which gives it more of a gourmet twist. I put it on belgium frites, traditional french fries and hamburgers. I love it so much I've started keeping a jar in my fridge at all times. A good tip to finely blend all ingredients is to (carefully) use a cheese grater on the vegetables, that way you're using more of the juice from the vegetables.

    Recipe #394930

    What makes this more special than the traditional cordon bleu rolls is the delicious combination of proscuitto and swiss. They complement one another perfectly. Serve this dish with rild rice and asparagus or a nice risotto for a quick - yet elegant - weeknight meal. I adapted this recipe from a crockpot cookbook I once had.

    Recipe #388900

    Baking bread every Sunday has become a tradition in my house. It fills my house with the cozy smell of fresh baked bread, and the act of kneading has become a source of meditation to release the stress of the work week. Needless to say, this recipe isn't for a bread machine. This was one of my best breads so far. I think it's the addition of the mashed potatos that makes this a wonderfully moist elastic bread. Beware of over-kneading this one, you don't want the dough to be too moist, but it will retain a bit of stickiness throughout.

    Recipe #382779

    I adapted this delicious green curry from a recipe I found online. When I have vegetarian guests, I often make this along side recipe #19012 Thai Zucchini for a complete meal. Feel free to add the more traditional keffir lime leaves as a replacement for the lime juice if you're able to find them. Note: cooking time will be longer if your cooking real chicken.

    Recipe #382727

    Since I began seriously experimenting with italian food, this is the sauce I was hoping to find. The addition of the chicken broth, creates a lighter tomato based sauce. The tomato complements the rest of the flavors rather than overwhelming them. Give it a try if you're looking for something different than your typical herb sauce. Another nice addition to this would be adding a few mussels to the sauce. It's a very traditional recipe. Found on the Italian Trade Commission's website.

    Recipe #382541

    The fresh ingredients and the short cooking time, make this a perfect light summer pasta dish. I found this recipe online claiming to be a fake tomato sauce. It doesn't taste like tomato, but then again it doesn't really taste like carrot either. The way all of the flavors mesh, it's really an indescribable flavor. Everyone seems pretty skeptical until they try it.

    Recipe #382288

    Even the pickiest eater will love this traditional New Orleans rice fritter. Allowing the batter to sit overnight gives this particular recipe a distinctive, subtle sourdough flavor and the lack of sugar (besides what is required to proof the yeast) allows you to control how sweet you want this to be. This is a great way to use leftover rice. Your choice of oil will make a big difference in the flavor. The recipe calls for peanut oil, but I prefer it with safflower oil. It gives it a lighter, more interesting flavor (not too mention being cheaper). I got this recipe from a blog I highly recommend, Nola Cuisine.

    Recipe #381871

    Do yourself a favor and try this fabulous variation on traditional tuna salad. It's good for everyday use on top of a salad with an asian vinagrette and can also be served with crackers at a dinner party. If you like a little crunch in your tuna salad feel free to substitute red onion for the green onion or add some chopped up celery. I created this recipe on a whim for use in my sushi rolls and have it posted under "Spicy Tuna Salad Sushi Roll" with a lot of detailed instructions on how to prepare the rolls.

    Recipe #381640

    This recipe tastes very similar to the spicy tuna rolls found in Japanese restaurants, but the best part is that you use canned tuna rather than raw tuna. Don't get me wrong, I love raw tuna; I just don't feel comfortable playing with it at home. I created this recipe when I wanted sushi rolls but didn't have a lot of fresh ingredients on hand. This can also be adapted to use in an asian salad. I plan on putting up that recipe at a later time. Note: the sumeshi (the term for cooking rice in the japanese style) portion of the recipe is copied from Sushiday.com.

    Recipe #381060

    I'm the type of girl who can be found drinking pickle juice from the jar. I'm also the type who will sit around and experiment with bloody mary concoctions, trying to find the best combination. Imagine my joy at finding a recipe that marries two of my favorite things together. The pickle juice bloody mary is delicious, even for people who aren't pickle obsessed. I owe this recipe to the Strub's pickles website.

    Recipe #379973

    Don't let the number of ingredients fool you, this dish offers a lot of flavor despite it's simplicity. Be sure to get high quality ingredients; it makes a big difference in a recipe with so few ingredients and it's still ridiculously cheap to make. Even the pepper is important, don't use the powdery stuff that's been sitting around for a year, splurge on some high quality peppercorns; you won't regret it. The lack of oil is one of the most notable things about this recipe. While some add oil or butter to this dish, you'll find it really isn't necessary. Instead you use the starchy pasta water to create an emulsion sauce with your cheese which will stick to the pasta beautifully. As for the pasta itself, taglioni is a particular cut, but this recipe would work just as well with something thicker like tagliatelle or fettucine. Although it's an old Roman favorite, I got this recipe from a recipe blog called "Rachel Eats" which I highly recommended. I wanted to post it on here to give it a wider audience.

    Recipe #379911

    I grew up on Mrs. T's, never knowing what a homemade pierogi tasted like. I still have love for Mrs. T's, but there is nothing like a homemade pierogi; it's the ultimate comfort food for me. I won't bother to put up a dough recipe since there are so many good ones out there but I will advise never to trust a pierogi dough recipe that doesn't call for sour cream. So here are my recipes for potato and cheese, cabbage, and meat fillings. I try to cut a few corners since making pierogies is an all day event. They are all my own creations with the exception of the hunter's seasoning mix which I found in a traditional polish cookbook called "Polish Holiday Cookery" by Robert Strybel. You can make your own mix by using the instructions below or order the seasoning mix from an online food exporter or specialty store.

    Recipe #379880

    This is the perfect comfort food for those chilly winter nights, and with the long simmer time it will nicely warm up your home. I adapted this recipe through a combination of many sources and a little ingenuity since I was dissatisfied with each of my individual attempts. None of them tasted quite right. The original sources were a cookbook called "the firehouse cookbook", which offered the addition of evaporated milk as a healthier (and still delicious) substitution for heavy cream. And the cookbook which added the necessary addition of vermouth is called "The Best Recipe". It's a constantly changing evolving recipe so feel free to offer your additions or suggestions. I'd love to hear them.

    Recipe #379852

    I searched long and hard for a truly satisfying snickerdoodle recipe. A friend gave me this recipe years ago. I tried it and found that it was exactly what I was looking for. I hope all of you enjoy it as much as I have.

    Recipe #379846


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