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    "In the south of Italy, tomatoes are often dried in the hot sun. They are then preserved in oil, or hung up on strings in the kitchen." Recipe is from The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook by Clark and Farrow.

    Recipe #416307

    From Vegetarian Times Issue: January 1, 2002. The deep red-brown of this soup makes it a color cousin to Mexican molé sauce. It makes a dramatic presentation when topped with tortilla strips, avocado chunks and Lime Cream. Chipotle chiles packed in adobo sauce are available in most large supermarkets. Any canned, diced tomatoes will work well, but the fire-roasted variety sends this soup over the top.

    Recipe #316848

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2002, via FoodNetwork.com. This wonderfully fragrant cold soup is a good way to use up summer squash, and it is a perfect accompaniment to an Indian dinner.

    Recipe #316668

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    "These cookies are about red checked fabrics, and aprons, and wonderful smells. You can sandwich these together with cream cheese in the middle..or ice cream..or pumpkin butter…or… Cold milk or coffee are essential!" Source: http://www.bakingdelights.com/2007/08/10/old-fashioned-molasses-crinkles/

    Recipe #304640

    Source: http://www.justhungry.com/2004/04/steamed_buns_wi.html I adore these, but they are a lot of work. However, they freeze well. Microwave or steam directly from the freezer.

    Recipe #282292

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Not sure where I picked this up from, but here's the quote that it came with: Says Alexander: "When people hear that I’m a “healthy chef,” they often assume I’m a vegetarian, which, to anyone who knows me, is a ridiculous notion. I love meat ... all kinds, really, but this pork roast is of my favorites. In fact, my friend Marjorie and I made this roast one night and we loved it so much we wanted to eat the whole thing. When cooked right, this is as tender as can be."

    Recipe #281427

    From Kraft. This unique recipe calls for cream cheese!

    Recipe #281260

    From Kraft. This recipe seems to be unique because it uses butterscotch-flavored instant pudding.

    Recipe #280652

    Recipe #280589

    This is a great way to add the very healthy sweet potato into your diet! If you're not serving them with sour cream, I would decrease the chili powder as they have a bit of a kick.

    Recipe #276812

    My mother made this one for a holiday morning breakfast. Make the night before and then pop in the oven; it's fantastic!

    Recipe #275320

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Provided by EatingWell.com.

    Recipe #270885

    This recipe is from Heidi Swanson's 101cookbooks.com. You should check it out; she's a great cook! Her notes: "The size of your baguette will determine how much butter and garlic you'll use. My dad uses roughly one head of garlic for each stick of butter."

    Recipe #268718

    This recipe was created by Heidi Swanson for 101Cookbooks.com. Check it out; she is a great cook.

    Recipe #268669

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Source: Cottage Living magazine 10/2007. In place of spinach in this soup, you can substitute any leafy green, such as Swiss chard, escarole, and arugula.

    Recipe #267652

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Source: Cottage Living magazine 10/2007. You can leave out the cognac; you'll lose the depth of flavor, but the custard will cook the same.

    Recipe #267647

    1 Reviews |  By Eris

    Source: August/September 2002 Taste of Home magazine. Recipe submitted to the magazine by Inge Schermerhorn of East Kingston, New Hampshire.

    Recipe #240588

    Source: August/September 2002 Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #240587

    Source: August/September 2002 Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #240586

    5 Reviews |  By Eris

    Source: http://www.preparedpantry.com/PistachioMuffins.htm

    Recipe #239041

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