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    In my long time search for a cookie I once had at a social gathering, I came across this and it is fairly close to the one I have been searching for all these years. I found it on the Rodelle website where they sell some of the ingredients called for. I just used what I had on hand and the cookies were wonderful.

    Recipe #510549

    I was given this recipe by a friend several years ago. These were served minus the chocolate as a complement to a flan dessert at a restaurant we ate at and I raved about them and received this recipe as a result. These super thin cookies are crispy, chewy, irresistible and addictive! A few notes about baking these lovelies. Once you've divided your dough into 15 pieces, pat the dough balls down into flat rounds 3 1/2 inches or larger to create even thin cookies with a properly lacy texture. And since the cookies are so thin, be sure to keep a close eye on them while baking to keep the edges from getting too dark.

    Recipe #510548

    fresh, cool and filling. Can add other ingredients to create a variety of tastes: feta, olives... I mix it with a classic tuna salad and take to gatherings where it is always a surprise hit... or mix with hummus and serve as a wrap. Very versatile.

    Recipe #500297

    A spicy nip, an earthy sweet, a flash of salt, a bitter green, and a veil of "something exotic" choreograph a dance across the taste buds coming together in harmony with flashing solos of flavor woven throughout. I don't know how this symphony of flavor happened, but it just came together magically. It is light yet filling enough to make a meal of it. I added Love, Joy, Happiness and Delight when I prepped and cooked it and it came out wonderfully! My family unanimously scored this one a keeper! Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #489539

    Apple lemon ginger juice is one of my addictions. I have been looking for an apple pie recipe that just clicks for me and I am getting a little tired of the same ole-same ole thing so I decided to give myself a little creative leeway and combine a few ideas together and see what happens. I didn't expect the result I got and find it hard to believe this beautiful yummy came out of my kitchen. It was amazing and gone in a flash. Wish I could have taken a picture of this beauty! Unfortunately, you will have to rely on your imagination! A couple of things to note. Slice and peel the apples according to your taste. I like small pieces and no peels. Also the lemon powder I used is True Lemon Crystallized Lemon. Using this allows you to get a tangy lemon flavor without adding excess moisture. The glaze caramelizes beautifully over the lattice and adds a touch of tang. Since I have only made this once, I look forward to your feedback. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #473503

    I was in the mood for meatloaf and didn't have the usual ingredients. I also had a hankering for Mexican food so I gave myself the best of both worlds. Since I didn't have any bread or bread crumbs, I decided to use tortilla chips and for grins added a 1/2 container of leftover prepared polenta along with the Mexican spices. I used the San Gennaro brand of pre-cooked polenta. It came out beautifully and was a perfect meal on a cold winter evening. I believe that next time, I will layer the polenta with the cheese in the center rather than mix it in with the meat and see what that is like.

    Recipe #472073

    There is a restaurant in town that serves the best carrots. Played around with ingredients until I came up with something close. This is so simple to make and just has a good flavor. I consistently get comments and requests for the recipe. Sometimes for variety, I add 2 Tbsp apple cider or juice.

    Recipe #469801

    Walnuts added to the hot soup add a complementary flavor, a little crunch and a nice protein boost. Since I have vegetarians and meat eaters in my midst, I add the cooked turkey breast to the finished soup and heat it for 5 more minutes and all parties are happy. It is a wonderful soup for a cold day but it is also really good served cold on a hot summer day. For the cabbage, I use 1/2 bag of cole slaw salad mix (no dressing).

    Recipe #469529

    Super quick and easy to make. The flavors complement one another quite nicely. Takes minutes to prepare. Great with a scoop of ice cream on the side. You can leave the chocolate sauce off and have a quick, refreshing fruit salad instead! I use Roland Diamond - 4 leaf vinegar because it is aged more which makes it thicker and richer in flavor; not as tart.

    Recipe #468271

    This is a quick, easy one-pan dish that takes minutes to prep and cook. I made this in a grab-what-you've-got-and-cook-it moment and it was an unexpected hit. I was rather surprised at how it turned out. The sardines are more savory than "fishy" and go well with this combination of veggies. Putting the oil, seasonings, and vegetables together in a gallon zip lock baggie and tumbling to coat the vegetables distributes the flavor more evenly from the start and the dish requires less stirring in the pan to mix. I use tomato paste that comes in a tube to cut down on waste.

    Recipe #466917

    Basically made this up from what I had in the kitchen. I use my sense of smell and imagination to combine ingredients together to get what I want. *The powdered mushrooms used in this recipe are dehydrated in a paper bag in the refrigerator for two to three weeks until completely dried, then powdered with a coffee mill. I used portabella mushrooms in this recipe.

    Recipe #466260


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