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    My sweet grandma used stewed prunes as a natural laxative, but my mom likes to eat them as a simple and healthy dessert because slow simmering softens and thickens dried plums into a sweet syrupy goodness. Healthier than taking Ex-lax.

    Recipe #508862

    Cinnamon, nutmeg, and orange zest enhance the flavor of plums. Applesauce is used in the cake batter instead of butter to counteract the use of butter in the Caramelized Plum Topping. Vanilla Custard adds a cool, creamy contrast to the warm Spiced Cake. This is not a super sweet dessert. Just sugary enough to satisfy your sweet tooth.

    Recipe #507157

    Crispy cracklings made by oven roasting chicken skin. Perfect accompaniment for recipes calling for boneless skinless rotisserie chicken for salads, casseroles, or soups. No need to discard rotisserie chicken skin anymore. If you make cracklings when no one is around, you won't have to share them ;)

    Recipe #505812

    This is the first food that I ever made. I felt like such a "big girl" rolling a peanut butter coated banana in raisins the way that Mister Rogers taught me. Healthy and delicious snack, dessert, or breakfast for little and big kids.

    Recipe #505702

    A mixture of honey and molasses naturally sweetens this Indian Pudding. Originally, Indian Pudding was made only with cornmeal and molasses, but the addition of eggs gives it a creamier quality.

    Recipe #505593

    After trying many stuffing recipes with a long lists of ingredients and muliple steps, I've settled on this easy one which has big taste for little effort because every ingredient adds a layer of flavor. Cook on top of stove or in oven. I make this every Thanksgiving and Christmas when I have ten other dishes to prepare simultaneously but it's also easy enough for a weeknight.

    Recipe #504355

    Slowly roasting the garlic in olive oil caramelizes its natural sugars developing a sweet nutty flavor, and the chicken wings are fall of the bone tender and moist. The large amount of garlic used is surprisingly not pungent because the garlic oils mellow into a sticky and buttery consistency.

    Recipe #503979

    Fork tender lamb shanks in a fragrant sauce with a subtle amount of spices. If you like it spicier, triple the amount of turmeric, paprika, cumin, and ginger. Restaurant Marrakesh's best dish in Walt Disney World's Epcot. You can ask any Disney restaurant for a recipe, and the chef will give it to you.

    Recipe #502297

    My sweet grandma gave Nutmeg Tea to my mother when she was ill as a little girl, and it safely did the trick. Healthier than taking Imodium. Use for acute diarrhea caused by a virus, cold, flu, or mild food poisoning. Not intended to treat chronic diarrhea.

    Recipe #501889

    Delicious on top of beans and greens, black-eyed peas, bratwursts, meat or fish. Simmering it low and slow blends flavors. I fell in love with hearty German cuisine while living in Germany. My dad likes this relish so much that he eats it straight by itself.

    Recipe #501606

    Sour cream makes this loaf super moist. Very peanut buttery and naturally sweetened with over-ripe bananas and a small amount of added brown sugar.

    Recipe #500911

    My grandma never cooked from recipes or even owned a cookbook. This is the one and only written recipe that anyone ever knew her to use, and it is delicious. Southern ladies know their coleslaw.

    Recipe #479012

    Delicious Chinese version of an Angel Food Cake. This cake is moist, fluffy, low in sugar, and easy to make.

    Recipe #478462

    Honey is the only sweetener used in these (high-protein, flour-free) white bean bars. This is a rich peanut buttery bar which does not taste at all like white beans. Great for peanut butter lovers.

    Recipe #473389

    Medjool dates are the only sweetener used in these black bean brownies. This is a decadently fudgy and chocolaty brownie which does not taste at all like black beans or dates. You'll be addicted for life.

    Recipe #466272

    This rich bread pudding has a delicious caramelized topping. I prefer to use fresh bread instead of the usual dry, stale bread to make it moister.

    Recipe #466176

    My family love this recipe. They claim it has ruined corned beef and cabbage pub fare for them for life. Most corned beef recipes call for the cabbage to be cut in quarters or sixths. However, thinly slicing the cabbage allows it completely absorb the delicious corned beef flavors.

    Recipe #451245

    This unconventional chili recipe has lots of vegetables instead of beans. It's super healthy and extremely flavorful. The butternut squash adds an unexpected sweetness to the chili's savory flavor. Add a pinch of cayenne if you want more heat. I made it for my friend, who doesn't even like vegetables, and he loved it so much that he got seconds and thirds.

    Recipe #435209

    Baked rigatoni topped with Italian sausage meat sauce, sautéed zucchini and yellow squash, melted ricotta and mozzarella cheeses, and a Parmesan garlic breadcrumb topping. This is a complete meal of protein, healthy veggies, and whole grains all in one baked dish.

    Recipe #435208

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