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    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I invented this recipe about six months ago when requested to bring a frozen dessert to a holiday potluck. Since then I've made it about once a month, and it is always a hit. I gave one away as a hostess gift to a friend when she invited us for Friday night dinner, and got a phone call the following week to say that the leftovers were all finished and her daughter had gone into mourning over the fact. I use Recipe #394073 in the recipe, but you can use any brand or your own version of homemade ice cream.

    Recipe #413476

    I found this recipe on Joy Bauer's blog at MSNBC and this is both yummy and not so guilt-ridden. It's also super easy. You just need to roast the eggplant slices a bit in the oven and the rest can be nuked in an instant.

    Recipe #410233

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I attended a cooking demonstration by Lisa Brink of Hod Hasharon. Lisa has her own cooking blog, www.deliciouskitchen.weebly.com, and has some wonderful ideas about cooking and presentation. This recipe comes from her Take Five class, recipes which contain five main ingredients and/or take five minites to prepare. I found this soup to be absolutely delicious and have already made up a batch for my family.

    Recipe #409672

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I attended a cooking demonstration by Lisa Brink of Hod Hasharon. Lisa has her own cooking blog, www.deliciouskitchen.weebly.com, and has some wonderful ideas about cooking and presentation. This recipe comes from her Take Five class, recipes which contain five main ingredients and take five minites to prepare. What makes this dip stand out from all the rest is the addition of mint. At first it sounded weird to me, but upon tasting, wow, yum!

    Recipe #409659

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I attended a cooking demonstration by Lisa Brink of Hod Hasharon. Lisa has her own cooking blog, www.deliciouskitchen.weebly.com, and has some wonderful ideas about cooking and presentation. This recipe comes from her Take Five class, recipes which contain five main ingredients and take five minutes to prepare. This bread was delicous, soft and yummy and devoured by everyone in the class, even the carbophobes!

    Recipe #409658

    This recipe was invented by my friend Rivka, who had a jar of dulce de leche sitting around and didn't really know what to do with it. She whipped up some cream, added the yummy dulce de leche and stuck the whole thing in the freezer. Needless to say (but I'll say it anyway), this was a huge hit. Needless to say (but I'll say it anyway), I've made this recipe countless times since, and it's a winner every time! The recipe is so incredibly simple yet so incredibly delicious.

    Recipe #394073

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    When Debbie first described this dessert to me she didn't call it divine. She said it was... well, a more R-rated adjective. And it was. Debbie's original recipe calls for canned peaches, but I used sour cherries, and used the drained juice to make cherry vanilla ice cream which I served with the hot pudding. It was absolutely.... divine!

    Recipe #379478

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This recipe is originally a Karin Goren masterpiece. Karin Goren is a local Israeli food personality, always smiling, always baking the most wonderful things. I watched her do this cheesecake on her show, Sweet Secrets, and was able to recreate this wonderful dish over the past weekend. Of course, not being able to leave well enough alone, I played around with her recipe, made a few changes, and here is my version

    Recipe #375323

    Karen and I went to high school together. Then we lost touch, only to get reconnected when I got remarried to one of her friends. Now we're back to hanging out, this time without cutting class or cutting up the class. We have daughters the same age and we leave that to them now. When Karen invites us over for a meal she usually tells me to bring dessert. I know her girls are fans of the peanut butter bars I usually make, so I came up with a fancier version for dessert. I'm actually very pleased with myself on this one, it was delicious inspiration! My original recipe was dairy-free, but I'm posting the full-flavored dairy version.

    Recipe #372439

    My original inspiration for this recipe comes from AdriMicina's Recipe #87634. I have been making this over and over again since I first reviewed her recipe over three years ago. It's evolved since then, and at the request of some friends, both live and virtual, I am posting my own version. My original intention to keep this dairy-free was for religious reasons, I don't mix meat with dairy and the thought of a shnapps glass of this stuff straight out of the freezer at the end of a meal on a hot summer's day prompted me to make this using soy milk. A lactose-intolerant friend loves it for her own purposes, so this recipe comes in useful for a myriad of reasons.

    Recipe #353710

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    One of my favorite BBC cooking shows is Cook Yourself Thin. I'm constantly running to the kitchen to make something I've just seen on the show. One of my most favorite flavor combinations is chocolate and peppercorn, and this recipe has just the right amount for me. Don't let the pumpkin in the brownie recipe put you off, it lends a lovely, rich sweetness to the recipe and makes it heart-healthy and low calorie as well.

    Recipe #349718

    I found this recipe on Slashfood, as posted by Marisa McClellan. She claims that this was her Grandma Bunny's go-to desserts. What I love about them is that I can make them practically blindfolded with one arm tied behind my back, they are that easy. They're also yummy!

    Recipe #343881

    This recipe is a mixed up concoction of several recipes that I've been making over the years. Sweet, gooey and yummy, rich and buttery, it's always a hit when I make them.

    Recipe #343525

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I found this recipe on the Trader Joe's website, but since it didn't exactly fit my family's tastes, I changed it just a litte bit. Also, Sunday is the beginning of the work/school week here in Israel, so this is usually reserved for Friday morning, which is the start of our weekend. Actually, we have this more often for supper on a Thursday night. But I never heard Lionel Ritchie sing Easy Like Thursday Night, so Sunday morning it is.

    Recipe #341381

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course. There were 16 of us in the course and we all fought over who got to lick the bowl. I've seen lots of recipes for lava cakes, but this one is slightly different because of the chocolate pieces placed in the middle of the batter. In the course we used 70% dark chocolate, but someone came up with the idea of using white chocolate for a lovely contrast. I can't wait to try it that way at home.

    Recipe #340948

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course.

    Recipe #340945

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course. This recipe is probably my most favorite of all the ones presented in the course. It's a bit spicy, so if you don't do spicy, you can cut back on the hot pepper. I'll probably double the amount at home..... Marinating time is not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #340940

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course. It was a meat-laden course, but these potatoes served as the perfect foil to the meal.

    Recipe #340936

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course. It's not really a marmalade in the strictest definition of the word, but it comes close. This was spoons on top of chocolate fondant lava cakes which were also made that evening.

    Recipe #340741

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    For my 46th birthday my husband treated me to a one-evening cooking course. It must have been one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had. This recipe is from that course. The instructor served this to us before he even began to show us how to cook anything, and it was the perfect start to the whole evening.

    Recipe #340733

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