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    Almond flavored cookies rolled in powdered sugar. From a Danish cooking site. Sounds very similar to a recipe my Mom makes for her Christmas cookie trays. For ZWT6.

    Recipe #425062

    Pepperoni pizza flavor in a chilled dip. You could add a diced tomato in with the sour cream if you don't have a problem with free glutamates. I use Hormel Turkey Pepperoni, which is MSG free in spite of "spices" listed in the ingredients.

    Recipe #414019

    Simple fruity cider.

    Recipe #404572

    We had this at a friend's house on Saturday - it is awesome! And, apparently very easy to make. As I have not yet prepared it myself, I am not sure of the exact cooking time. I can't wait until asparagus is back in season again.

    Recipe #391618

    I have been trying to find a ranch dressing recipe that I like that doesn't contain the free glutamate found in msg and soybean oil. I really like this blend, although it is pretty thick for a salad dressing.

    Recipe #391617

    Delicious way to reconstitute dried shitake mushrooms for use in your recipes. A Japanese friend showed me how to make these a few months ago - they are moist and flavorful, you would never guess they started out dried. She used it to top a sushi salad, but they are also delicious alone. The broth makes a lovely soup too.

    Recipe #387230

    I was cooking with a Japanese friend, and she told me how easy it is to make your own Panko. I can't believe I've been buying it all this time :-)

    Recipe #376622

    My Papa in law is famous for his jambalaya - he makes massive pots of it for different charities and for family gatherings. He told me the proportions of ingredients based on 10 lbs of rice, which is the smallest sized batch he makes. You can reduce the amount of meat, but it will take away from the heartiness and overall flavor of the dish. It is important to use a cast iron pot. The cooking time is long, but you don't have to stand over the pot until the end when you add the rice. One pound of rice is supposed to be about 2 1/2 cups, which is why I put 5 cups of liquid- the proper ratio is one part rice to two parts water, so measure the rice to be sure :-) I don't have a large cast iron pot, and was able to make it in a stainless steel pot with few adjustments. While the meat and vegetables are browning, add small amounts of water (just enough to cover the bottom of the pot) to prevent everything from sticking. Add more water as needed to keep the veggies and meat loose. At the end of the recipe, cook until all of the water is absorbed - although it will still need to rest a few minutes before serving.

    Recipe #362545

    Light pumpkin flavor, and it looks pretty with the swirls. I brought this to church- it was gone and everyone wanted my recipe. I just made it up based on my favorite cheesecake recipe. You must soften the cream cheese, or else you will have chunks that don't mix in. I get 12 small slices from a 8" springform pan. I also like to make a 9x13 pan and slice it into small cubes, so you get about 60 small cubes from a pan, which will serve about 20 people.

    Recipe #341957

    I threw this together with stuff in my fridge, and it turned out great so I'm posting so I am posting it so I can make it again later :-) Quick, simple, and delicious. To make it thicker add more rice, or mash up the potatoes a little before serving. Feeds 4.

    Recipe #325387

    Like those boxed kits they sell "ready to go." Throw together in 5 minutes and toss in the oven. Not nearly as good as real homemade lasagna, but a decent meal in its own right. You could easily toss some precooked ground beef into it, or use a hearty leftover homemade pasta sauce. I think it would be good to keep the ingredients on hand 'just in case.' Add a canned vegetable as the side, and you have a complete meal with the only perishable item being the cheese.

    Recipe #325152

    Not quite airy, but close. I combined several recipes to get a loaf like I'd buy in the store. The sour flavor will depend on what type of starter you use, and how strong it is. I use a 2 week old starter, that was frozen and thawed the night before- it had a mild flavor. I basically used Recipe #13750 with milk instead of water. Serve warm with homemade Recipe #182268 for a real treat. I suppose this could be made in a bread machine - but I haven't tried it. I find it very relaxing to mix and knead a loaf of bread by hand, and then to make butter while its baking :-) I think my loaf pan must have be over-sized, because this recipe seems to make two loafs. I like everything sweet, including my sour dough bread. If you prefer less sugar, just use a tablespoon or two to proof the yeast.

    Recipe #322348

    These are nice and juicy - a great cheap meal. From Better Homes and Garden - when I was little my sisters and I used to eat them just because they are called "Mermaid Patties." :-) Simple, healthy, and great tasting.

    Recipe #321000

    Quick, simple supper. My 3 year old ate 6 servings, so I guess its kid friendly too. :) I used a very lean beef that didn't require draining, if you use a fatty meat you may want to drain it before step 3. If you don't want to use minute rice, you can double the water, use regular rice, and let it simmer about 7 minutes longer.

    Recipe #320537

    I love cooking this way :-) It keeps the meat moist, and makes cleanup a breeze.

    Recipe #319219

    Simple to make, awesome flavor. Blueberries and cream cheese in an egg rolls wrapper, with powdered sugar on top. This turned out so well that I am posting it to make again later. I used frozen blueberries, but I'm sure fresh would work as well, or perhaps some other fruit, or a small amount of canned pie filling. This is easy to put together, the instructions are long because I tried to explain how to wrap an egg roll. See the photos if they don't make sense.

    Recipe #317979

    From Saveur magazine. My husband wants to try this, so I'm posting it before we lose the magazine. Looks like it'd be neat to try. The article says "the FDA banned safrole - a naturally occurring compound found in the oil of sassafras root bark - for commercial use, but it is still realitively easy to find sassafras in health food stores..." Makes 4 liters. Dried birch bark and dried sarsaparilla root aren't recognized ingredients, so I listed sugar instead with the real ingredients in parenthesis, just so they would be in the list of ingredients.

    Recipe #309376

    Refrigerator biscuits rolled out and topped with thinly sliced apples, drizzled with sugar and pie spice. Easy to make, easy to eat, and relatively quick baking time. I don't like apple pie because its such a mess, but this I do like. Perfect to take somewhere...

    Recipe #309243

    Simple meal that tastes great, and is quick since it utilizes the microwave. I figured if ranch dressing tastes great on cold chicken and broccoli, it would taste good warm too, and it does :-)

    Recipe #309241

    My tea kettle broke, so I figured out how to make iced tea in the microwave, which isn't difficult to do, but I thought someone else might like to know how. I like to use 4 green tea bags, a lemonade crystal light, and add 1/8 cup of honey - it tastes almost like the Arizona green tea with ginseng.

    Recipe #309238

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