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    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    These addictively delicious walnuts make for crunchy nibbling to enjoy out of hand or on a salad. This snack can be prepared well in advance and stored in an airtight container at room temperature. A slender rasp-style grater is the ideal tool for the orange zest. Recipe is from Williams-Sonoma's "Thanksgiving Entertaining".

    Recipe #442249

    These are moist and cakey and rolled in cinnamon sugar. The recipe is from Martha Stewart's "Everyday Food" (Nov. 2010). It's also good with a little added vanilla to the batter. The magazine said the recipe makes 12 muffins, but I got about 18. This also make great mini muffins; bake for about 15 minutes. Muffins may be frozen up to 3 months. Reheat in a 350 F oven, then coat in butter and sugar.

    Recipe #441904

    This perfect and surprisingly easy to make biscotti recipe is from Maida Heatter's wonderful "Book of Great Chocolate Desserts". To make ahead, you can freeze the dough logs and bake from frozen and slightly increase baking time. Recipe makes 40 biscotti.

    Recipe #441786

    What sets this rice pudding apart is its amazingly light and delicate texture. Make the pudding ahead of time and chill thoroughly, then fold in whipped cream at the last minute to give it that fluffy texture. Serve it with warm caramel sauce and almond brittle for added texture, and you’ll never look at rice pudding in the same way again. This recipe is from Chef Josef Centeno of Lazy Ox Canteen and was published in the LA Time's Culinary SOS column.

    Recipe #440889

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is a delicious, healthy salad that is great just made and warm and even better the day after being made as the flavours really develop nicely. The recipe is from LA' s M Cafe de Chaya. The recipe was printed in the Los Angeles Times' Culinary SOS column. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER SERVING: 179 calories; 4 grams protein; 17 grams carbohydrates; 4 grams fiber; 12 grams fat; 2 grams saturated fat; 0 cholesterol; 5 grams sugar; 440 mg. sodium.

    Recipe #440327

    4 Reviews |  By blucoat

    Just when you thought mac 'n' cheese couldn't get any better, the Rackhouse Pub in Denver decides to add beer to this quintessential comfort food. And it's magical. The recipe combines no less than five -- yes, five -- kinds of cheese in a rich base lightened with a cup of amber ale and then bakes it all under a crust of panko crumbs and Parmesan cheese to rich, crisp, golden perfection. The recipe was printed in the Los Angeles Times' Culinary SOS column.

    Recipe #440326

    This is a light, fresh, and flavourful take on Caesar salad from Melissa Roberts. The recipe was printed in Gourmet Magazine (June 2009).

    Recipe #440325

    This dough is an all-purpose recipe that produces a not-too rich, slightly crisp crust that works for both sweet tarts and savoury recipes, including the delicious Carrot & Leek Mustard Tart (recipe #440319). This is a good dough to use anytime you see a recipe calling for a pate brisee. Be prepared: This dough requires at least 3 hours to chill. Recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's great new cookbook, "Around my French Table". STORAGE TIP: Well wrapped, the dough can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or frozen for up to 1 month. You can also tightly wrap and freeze the fully baked crust for up to 2 months, or freeze the unbaked crust in the pan and bake it directly from the freezer. Just add about 5 minutes or so to the baking time.

    Recipe #440320

    The is a truly beautiful tart that is delicious just out of the oven, warm, at room temperature, or even slightly chilled. If you’re serving it as a starter, cut it into 6 portions; if it’s the main dish, serve it with a lightly dressed small salad. Recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's great new cookbook, "Around my French Table", where Dorie calls it Gerard's Mustard Tart. Use Dorie's Basic French Tart Dough/Pate Brisee (recipe #440320).

    Recipe #440319

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is a delicious, satisfying, and healthy take on a traditional Middle Eastern/Egyptian dish from "The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook". Great as a side dish or a vegetarian/vegan main. Recipe makes 10 side dish servings and about 6 main dish servings.

    Recipe #440310

    An easy and healthy recipe is from "Everyday Food" (March 2005). You can do the first three steps ahead of time. You can also replace the arugula with two cups whole fresh Italian parsley leaves or spinach or a mix of greens. If tomatoes are out of season, use canned. This can easily be made vegan by omitting the Parmesan.

    Recipe #440149

    The simplest chicken recipe there is and perhaps the easiest as well. Add the herb here if you like or see the flavoring ideas that follow. This is the kind of dish you’ll never get tired of, because you can change the flavoring every time you make it. From Mark Bittman's cookbook," How to Cook Everything" (10th Edition).

    Recipe #439793

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    A really simple and moist cake that is more apple than cake. It's really nice to use a variety of apples, so that you have some apples that are crisp, some soft, some sweet, and some tart. Recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's newest cookbook, "Around My French Table: More Than 300 Recipes From My Home to Yours" where it's called Marie-Hélène's Apple Cake. The cake can be served warm or at room temperature, with or without a little softly whipped, barely sweetened heavy cream or a spoonful of ice cream.

    Recipe #439325

    This is the legendary rice pudding from chef Stéphane Jego of the Paris restaurant L’Ami Jean. The recipe was printed in the New York Times. At the restaurant, the pudding is served with sides, including confiture de lait, a caramel sauce that is similar to dulce de leche. Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #439112

    This is a delicious and easy vegetarian brunch dish or a great party appetizer. Taleggio is a semisoft Italian cheese. If you can't find it, try fontina. Serves four as a main, eight as an appetizer. Recipe is from Chef Sara Jenkins and was printed in "Fine Cooking Magazine" (March 2010).

    Recipe #439017

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is an exceptionally moist classic chocolate layer cake with a very rich chocolate butter cream frosting. The recipe comes from Larry Hayden, pastry chef at Union Square Cafi. It was printed in "The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook". If you like, you can use yogurt rather than the sour cream. It also works well as cupcakes.

    Recipe #438900

    4 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is a super-easy, flavourful, and delicious recipe that can be served warm, cold, or room temperature. It's from Madhur Jaffrey's "Indian Cooking". Recipe can be doubled or tripled. I like using French green lentils. You can also use chicken or vegetable broth instead of the water.

    Recipe #438848

    This recipe is from Dorie Greenspan’s newest cookbook, “Around my French Table”. It's a delicious, comforting dessert, with or without the apples. The slight tartness of the apples and the decadence of homemade caramel sauce pair nicely with a creamy and not too sweet vanilla rice pudding. COOKING NOTES: Watch the pudding closely in the last 10 minutes, don’t cook it until all the milk is gone or you’ll have a stiff pudding. If you are going to chill it add more vanilla extract as the cold will mute flavors. Press a plastic wrap on the surface and let the pudding cool to room temperature. DO AHEAD: Pudding can be made 2 days ahead. Keep refrigerated. Caramel apples can be made 1 day ahead. Cover and refrigerate. Stir over medium heat until just warm before using.

    Recipe #438835

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This delicious quiche is unusual in that it has a lot more vegetables than custard. It is great both warm and at room temperature. The recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's wonderful cookbook, "Around My French Table: More Than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours". If the sides of your tart pan are not very high or if your crust has shrunk, you might not be able to get all the custard into the pan. If you think you've got a short-sided crust, make a smaller amount of custard using 1/2 cup heavy cream and 1 egg. You can also try this as a crustless quiche.

    Recipe #438731

    This is a simple and delicious recipe with a crisp skin and a moist, flavourful interior. In addition to the lemon and fresh herbs, the chicken thighs are flavored with an emulsified mash of garlic, salt, and olive oil, called allioli. The recipe is from Fine Cooking (August 1, 2001). The chicken should marinate for at least 2 hours. If you like, you can garnish each plate of chicken with a spoonful of romesco sauce.

    Recipe #438446

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