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    These are a vegetarian dream come true! It is remarkable how much these taste like crab cakes, particularly if patties are small and thin. Recipe is adapted from John Shields, chef/owner of Gertrude's, Baltimore, Md. and appears in the cookbook, "Cooking Fresh From the Mid-Atlantic", edited by Fran McManus & Wendy Rickard. Allow 30 minutes for the zucchini to drain.

    Recipe #437273

    The yeast makes this less dense and a little more breadlike than a regular potato kugel. This recipe is from George Greenstein's wonderful cookbook, “Secrets of a Jewish Baker.” Serve with sour cream and/or applesauce.

    Recipe #435857

    This savory, high-protein bread is great for sandwiches. It only requires one rise, right in the pan. Don’t let it rise for too long, or it will puff so much that it will be difficult to slice. The dough is sticky, but if you keep your hands floured you won’t have trouble working with it. It's from Martha Rose Shulman's column in the New York Times, "Recipe For Health".

    Recipe #435844

    An easy, quick, and healthy vegetarian lasagna that substitutes cottage for ricotta. It's from Martha Rose Shulman's column in the New York Times, "Recipe For Health". MAKE AHEAD: The lasagna can be assembled up to a day ahead of time, covered with plastic and refrigerated. Replace the plastic with foil before baking. It can also be frozen for up to a month.

    Recipe #435842

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This comforting, high-protein gratin is good hot or cold, and especially pretty if you serve it with a fresh tomato sauce. It's from Martha Rose Shulman's column in the New York Times, "Recipe For Health". DO AHEAD: You can grate and salt the squash several hours before you make the gratin. The gratin will keep for a couple of days in the refrigerator, and can be reheated or served cold or at room temperature.

    Recipe #435841

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is the best chocolate bundt cake from the geniuses at America’s Test Kitchen. It is very dense, moist, with a fine crumb, a rich, assertive chocolate taste from the combination of cocoa and bittersweet chocolate, and is not overly sweet. The cake can be made a day in advance; wrap the cooled cake in plastic and store it at room temperature. (In fact, I think it might be even better the next day!) Dust with confectioners' sugar just before serving. Recipe is from Cook’s Illustrated Magazine (Jan. 1, 2004). This also works very well as a layer cake.

    Recipe #434968

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    A beautiful soft, fine-grained vanilla birthday cake with luscious butter frosting and raspberry jam filling from the amazing folks at America's Test Kitchen. Lemon curd works really well too. You can omit the almonds for a nut-free cake. To quickly bring the milk and egg white mixture to room temperature, set the bottom of the measuring glass in hot water and stir until it feels cool rather than cold, around 65 F. MAKE AHEAD: Cake layers can be wrapped and stored for a day; frosting can be covered with plastic wrap and set aside at room temperature for several hours. Once assembled, the cake should be covered with an inverted bowl or cake cover and refrigerated. Under its coat of frosting, it will remain fresh for up to three days. Bring it to room temperature before serving. There is enough frosting to pipe a border around the base and top of the cake. If you want to decorate the cake more elaborately, you should make one and a half times the frosting recipe. If desired, finish the sides of the cake with 1 cup of sliced almonds (lightly toasted works well). Recipe is from Cook's Illustrated/Baking Illustrated.

    Recipe #434903

    This unique and delicious combination of crispy, buttery cinnamon toast and rich, creamy ice cream is a perfect marriage of flavours and textures. This recipe is a little bit of work; but it's worth it! Recipe is from Gourmet Magazine (Aug. 2006). Makes about 1 quart (you may want to double the recipe).

    Recipe #434695

    This easy vegetarian patty was one of the most popular dishes at the New York's restaurant, Ratner's. The recipe was printed (in 1975!) in "The World Famous Ratner's Meatless Cookbook", by Judith Gethers and Elizabeth Lefft. Recipe is Kosher for Passover. These reheat very well.

    Recipe #434429

    This is an incredibly moist and delicious banana bundt cake/banana bread; the best one I've ever tasted. It also makes great muffins. It is so good, I don't feel it needs the optional glaze but I've included the instructions below if you want to make it. You can also simply dust with powdered sugar. The recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's fabulous cookbook, "Baking: From My Home to Yours". You can reduce the amount of butter by up to a 1/2.

    Recipe #434380

    These delicious (and somewhat healthy) cookies are soft,chewy, and sweet from the wheat and tangy from the honey and lemon. The favours pair very well with a nice cup of tea. They are very easy to make. The recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's wonderful award-winning cookbook, "Baking: From My Home to Yours". Dough requires 2 hours chilling time. Storing: The cookies will keep at room temperature for about 3 days or wrapped airtight in the freezer for up to 2 months.

    Recipe #434341

    A delicious Tuscan appetizer. Fresh arugula, both pureed and roughly chopped, punctuates the spread with spice and texture. If you can't get fresh fava beans, frozen edamame work very well, too. If you want a vegan recipe, omit the cheese. This recipe is from Gourmet Magazine (May 2009). MAKE AHEAD: �Topping, without chopped arugula, can be made 8 hours ahead and chilled. Fold in arugula before using. �Toasts can be made 1 day ahead and kept in an airtight container at room temperature.

    Recipe #434326

    This blueberry pie is delicious and suprisingly easy to make. It has a buttery, tender, and slightly flaky crust and the filling sets up beautifully. The recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's excellent cookbook, "BAKING: From My Home to Yours".

    Recipe #434318

    Gooey caramel filling melts into irresistible buttery pastry! The caramel may leak a little while baking, so be sure to use parchment. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time (at least 4 1/2 hours). Rugelach may be frozen, unbaked. You need not defrost before baking, but increase baking time by 5-7 minutes. This recipe is from Jayne Cohen's cookbook, "Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lover's Treasury of Classics and Improvisations".

    Recipe #434166

    This is a moist, easy, healthy and delicious coffee cake with a streusel topping. I modified the original recipe a little but included the original amounts in brackets so you can make my adapted version or the original. The magazine recommends serving it warm (you can rewarm slices for a few seconds in the microwave). Recipe can easily be doubled. MAKE AHEAD: Cool completely, wrap (still in the pan) in foil, and leave out at room temperature for up to one day, or freeze for up to three months. To reheat thawed cake, unwrap and bake at 250 F for 15-20 minutes. The recipe is from Robin Miller in "Cooking Light" (Nov. 2007).

    Recipe #434152

    These delicious potatoes have a crispy garlic outside and a sweet and creamy interior. From Molly Stevens in Bon Appetit Magazine (Dec. 2007). You can try different herbs and spices; rosemary and thyme work well, and if you like spice, add a little cayenne pepper. Eat the leftovers with some eggs for breakfast. Yum! DO AHEAD: Can be made 2 hours ahead. Let stand on baking sheets at room temperature. Rewarm potatoes in 425 F oven for 10 minutes.

    Recipe #433817

    Now you can make Ciao Bella's amazing gelato (Italian ice cream) at home! This rich, custardy base is the starting point for many recipes. But it's also good enough to be made into gelato by itself, and in fact in Italy, where it is known as gelato de crema, it often is. The recipe is from "The Ciao Bella Book of Gelato and Sorbetto," by F.W. Pearce & Danilo Zecchin.

    Recipe #433779

    A really delicious and flavourful recipe from Bon Appétit (July 2010). Any leftover chile butter would be great on roasted sweet potatoes or cornbread. If you make the butter in advance, take it out of the fridge before serving to allow it to soften.

    Recipe #432420

    Recipe is from Bon Appétit (July 2010) by Steven Raichlen. A great recipe with wonderful, complex flavours, the right consistency (no too thin or thick), and not too sweet. You may want to double or triple this recipe; it's that good! DO AHEAD: Can be made 2 weeks ahead. Cover; chill. Use at room temperature.

    Recipe #432286

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This egg salad is creamy thanks to the yogurt-based dressing and the fresh herbs add vibrancy and flavour. It's good as a salad on a bed of arugula or in a sandwich. .Recipe is from Martha Rose Shulman's New York Times Column, "Recipes for Health" (Jan. 7, 2010).

    Recipe #432285

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