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    Star fruit, also known as carambola, is a prolific tree. The fruit does not keep well on the counter of in the fridge for long periods of time. Here are two different ways to freeze them for future use.

    Recipe #488053

    This is a garden fresh pie. You aren't likely to find it anywhere else and neither will your guests.

    Recipe #488051

    .These are a great change of pace. If you have a star fruit tree, you get 2-5 crops per year. This is a great way to preserve or make interesting gifts.

    Recipe #488049

    I never knew avocados could be used as a substitute for oil or butter in baking. Applesauce, I knew. If you know another, message me and I will add it to this.

    Recipe #487652

    Santa's helpers can make this for any children, teens or adults who need coal in their stocking. Or it can just be a humorous offering at a Christmas party or dinner. Be sure to use the black icing color, not just cocoa crispies...otherwise you will have reindeer patties.

    Recipe #487631

    These melt in your mouth cookies will please everyone. They can either be baked and dry on the outside or refrigerated and moist through and through.

    Recipe #487630

    This tropical treasure is wonderful in the summer when you don't want to heat the kitchen.

    Recipe #487627

    These tasty little nuggets can be a complete meal. Or you can make them as an appetizer. Spice it the way you want or consider adding some cooked sausage.

    Recipe #487625

    It is said the "secret" ingredient removes any bitterness and creates a smooth, clear tea. I have seen this twice in the last month. One from the deep south and the other from the (now closed) Lone Star Steakhouse in Houston, TX.

    Recipe #487109

    I forget where I saw this. I jotted it down. Then a week later, it was served at an event I attended. Nice.

    Recipe #486063

    At a winery last week I tasted several fabulous infused olive oils. Rosa was kind enough to share with me how to make them myself. This can save a bunch of bucks!!! All are scaled to 1 cup of oil. If making a bunch for presents, just scale the recipe. Then look around and think about other things you would like to use....maybe truffles.

    Recipe #486056

    Since the "active" nature of this only lasts about 6 hours, do NOT make it ahead. Just keep the ingredients by the washer and "make" it by the load. Brightens whites and nice for colors too.

    Recipe #485174

    I noticed several places on the web. Scale it if you want to make more.

    Recipe #485173

    Found online in several places.

    Recipe #485172

    Just a few nickels a bottle.

    Recipe #483549

    This is a lovely dish that is kin to baklava. Give it a try.

    Recipe #481804

    Lovely little nests of goodness. The variations are endless.

    Recipe #481800

    From Chef Dino Lubbat, Dinotto Ristorante, Chicago, IL. I like that each shrimp looks like a little hurricane.

    Recipe #481799

    This is a modification of something I saw as a dipping sauce for shrimp. It is great with chicken and would be good with fish. It is nice and tart. You can vary or forget the siracha to your taste.

    Recipe #481797

    I created this by accident. I had just made Recipe #150357 and was making Recipe #120483 and realized I had the ham and swiss in the house. Voila!

    Recipe #480918

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