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    Cipollini Onions are wonderful little mild & slightly sweet onions that hold flavor really well. We were introduced to them this year through our CSA Seldom Seen Farms (Indiana). This is a recipe that was included on their weekly newsletter--there is not an original source listed. The recipe calls for 2 pounds of Cipollini--I only use 1 pound at a time since I'm normally cooking for 2. To prepare the onions, Cut off tops & roots, & peel off the outer layer. Be careful not to cut too much off the bottom of the onion, or it won't hold it's cute shape together when cooking. For easier peeling--quickly blanch the onions for about 30 seconds in boiling water.

    Recipe #432309

    Hello pancake mix! This recipe is courtesy of FoodNetwork.com & Giada De Laurentiis. She recommends serving these with honey sauce (recipe included below) --however I always serve them with homemade blueberry syrup instead.

    Recipe #431563

    I saw these pancakes featured on 2-3 different food/travel shows within a year...and knew I had to try them. They are from BLD restaurant in Los Angeles. The LA Times ran this recipe on 8/20/2008. Enjoy! I make home-made blueberry syrup to go with them...

    Recipe #431559

    I frequently make these cookies for work pitch-ins & family get-togethers. They are always a big hit! I was given the basic recipe several years ago by a lady who showed up at my garage sale—and she wrote it down during our conversation about baking. I have perfected different varieties over the years. Please see my other recipes for how to make the following versions of this cookie: chocolate-chocolate chip, lemon, & sugar cookies. This is a really versatile recipe base—experiment!! These "chocolate chippers" will not taste like the Nestle Tollhouse variety...but have a delightful yummy taste of their own.

    Recipe #428585

    I frequently make these cookies for work pitch-ins & family get-togethers. They are always a big hit! I was given the basic recipe several years ago by a lady who showed up at my garage sale—and she wrote it down during our conversation about baking. I have perfected different varieties over the years. Please see my other recipes for how to make the following versions of this cookie: chocolate-chocolate chip, chocolate chip, & lemon cookies. This is a really versatile recipe base—experiment!!

    Recipe #428584

    I frequently make these cookies for work pitch-ins & family get-togethers. They are always a big hit! I was given the basic recipe several years ago by a lady who showed up at my garage sale—and she wrote it down during our conversation about baking. I have perfected different varieties over the years. Please see my other recipes for how to make the following versions of this cookie: lemon, chocolate chip, & sugar cookies. This is a really versatile recipe base—experiment!! This variety makes the perfect "bread" for home-made icecream sandwiches. These cookies are also EXCELLENT when you use dark raspberry chips, peanut butter chips, or nuts.

    Recipe #428583

    I frequently make these cookies for work pitch-ins & family get-togethers. They are always a big hit! I was given the basic recipe several years ago by a lady who showed up at my garage sale—and she wrote it down during our conversation about baking. I have perfected different varieties over the years. Please see my other recipes for how to make the following versions of this cookie: chocolate-chocolate chip, chocolate chip, & sugar cookies. This is a really versatile recipe base—experiment!!

    Recipe #428582

    I came up with the ratios for the dressing after playing around with a variety of other dressing ratios to fit my hubby's & my tastes. This is great over fresh salad greens--and perfectly balances the more bitter salad ingredients, like pea shoots.

    Recipe #428233


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