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    Based closely on Rachael Ray Cooking 'Round the Clock. There are a bunch of other sesame noodle recipes here so I wasn't going to post it but I really loved this. It tastes better cold, the next day in my opinion. I used 2 tablespoons of Sriracha hot sauce and it was a bit spicy for the kids so if you have someone who does not like spicy food you might want to cut it back.

    Recipe #293612

    I copied this out of a cookbook but I don't remember which one. The author's note on the recipe says it is from Sofi's restaurant in Los Angeles.

    Recipe #276624

    This was in the Boston Globe this week and says it was adapted from "Lidia's Italy".

    Recipe #276621

    These cookies are time consuming to make. My grandmother and mother have been making them for Christmas for years. Every year after I make them I swear I won't go through the trouble again but then everyone tells me they are their favorite and I feel guilty. Although these started out as Christmas cookies, in my family they have also become Ramadan cookies. First because everyone likes them and second because of their crescent shape.

    Recipe #265656

    I made this up when I was trying to use up leftover dip! Tastes great with roast red peppers on the side or with marinara for dipping. Freezes well.

    Recipe #264624

    This recipe is from the King Arthur Flour Cookie Cookbook except for the filling. I had copied the recipe out of the cookbook from the library and did not write out the filling recipe. I used cream cheese frosting when I made them and they were very good.

    Recipe #264621

    I got this from a Nigella cookbook. The general method for preparing the chickpeas is fantastic. They come out so creamy and delicious. The seasoning for this is wonderful. Feel free to change it up with different seasonings. I use one standard Goya bag of dried chickpeas for this. ETA - the original recipe says to cook the chickpeas for 1 1/2 hours. For me, with the fresh chickpeas I get in a store with very high turnover I aonly cook them for 25 minutes to 1/2 hour. Please take this into consideration when making this.

    Recipe #256043

    A healthier version of an unhealthy favorite.

    Recipe #234247

    I see lots of recipes for Peanut Noodles but I don't see this one. This is fron Rachael Ray magazine. As written, this makes more sauce than needed to suit my taste but I will post exactly as written in magazine and you can make up your own mind. My kids LOVE this.

    Recipe #234246

    I've had this recipe for years and make it frequently. My kids love this; they have so much fun putting them together at the table. Spices can be adjusted; I usually increase the cumin. Shrimp, Beef or Veggies could be subbed for the chicken.

    Recipe #234242

    I got this from Barefoot Contessa at Home. it goes great on Chocolate Cupcakes. This is enough to frost 24 cupcakes.

    Recipe #213770

    Adapted from "Big Snacks, Little Meals by Rose Dunnington. This is one of my kids favorite cookbooks. These potatoes are easy enough for an 11 year old to make as long as you supervise the broiler use.

    Recipe #209733

    From Cooking Light. This makes enough for 8 oz. uncooked pasta plus vegetables mixed in. If you are not mixing in veg. increase pasta to 12 oz.

    Recipe #209316

    My husband loves this!! This is quick and easy and a nice change from tomato sauce.

    Recipe #197717

    I got this from my cousin Julie several years ago. Everyone loved it and it was served at many showers and brunches. If you don't like mint, you can try a different flavor for that layer. One of my friends used peanut butter. This takes awhile to make because it must chill after each layer. It is not difficult.

    Recipe #197648

    This is ridiculously easy and my kids love it. You can add other spices, or even tomatoes. You can also change the cheese to make it your own. I've varied it depending on what I am in the mood for and what I have on hand. I always use ground turkey; the original recipe called for ground beef.

    Recipe #197646

    This is an easy way to prepare fish in the microwave. You can also use other fish. Just decrease/increase the cooking time depending on how thick the fish is. This can also be doubled, but again, the cooking time will change.

    Recipe #197645

    This is so quick and easy but tastes fantastic. Use nice (not canned) black olives for this. It makes all the difference.

    Recipe #197643

    My Aunt rotates her cranberry sauce recipes so we don't get bored at Thanksgiving. This is one of my favorites.

    Recipe #197607

    A nice savory treat for brunch.

    Recipe #197576

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