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    We all know Ketchup or Catsup. But this is your kicked up, homemade, garden-grown version. An absolutely delicious way to use up your extra garden tomatoes.

    Recipe #518033

    Crispy on the outside, both chewy and cake-y on the inside. This produces delicious rounded cookies with the perfect combination of raisins and chocolate chips - yet without as much of the fat and sugar found in other recipes. Healthy and tasty! (This is my own recipe creation.)

    Recipe #495400

    A Spaetzle version with Beer. Adapted from Perfect Pear Cafe.

    Recipe #436516

    My friend made this for a holiday party. I was a bit wary at the combination; and while I've had mint in things, I've never eaten an actual mint leaf whole. But I gave it a try and the combination was incredible. I think about it all the time: salty and herby - very "fresh" tasting with a perception of sweetness from the mint. Finally I got the recipe, so I'm posting it here.

    Recipe #417024

    I bought a bag of granola at the farmer's market and loved it. Granola is awesome! Unfortunately there and in the store, it was about $8-12 for a small bag. I figured I could make my own, and make it better. Here's what I've come up with after 3 batches. Also, this recipe uses no additional oil. The ingredients are generic on purpose, see the directions below.

    Recipe #402091

    I made this for St Patty's one year from a FoodNetwork recipe. Unfortunately my paper copy is missing and it's no longer on the FN site, but some kind soul saved it for the masses. I'm going to re-post it on Zaar so I never lose it again! This is a great Mac n Cheese for people who are done with the box or nasty ol' Velveeta.

    Recipe #351040

    Authentic Northern Indian garam masala. While each family seems to have their own personal blend, the ones I've seen on Zaar are highly questionable, so I felt the need to post my own. This is in the Punjabi style as taught to me by the owner of a Pakistani restaurant. All spices are whole unless otherwise specified and can be found at your local Indian market.

    Recipe #325657

    A variation on Indian curry, but using yoghurt instead of coconut milk. A deliciously spicy (but not hot- unless you want it to be) dish. One of my favorite Paki dishes as taught to me by the owner of a Pakistani restaurant. Serve with Roti and maybe a side of cucumber yoghurt. This recipe takes a while, has a lot of ingredients and steps, and bennefits from mis-en-place- but it's WORTH IT!

    Recipe #312126

    A karahi (also spelled karai - both pronounced the same "ka-rai") is a type of thick, circular, and deep vessel (similar in shape to a wok). This is the Pakistani chicken dish that I most often prepare and was taught to me by the owner of a Paki restaurant. Like many of their dishes, it's spicy (but not necessarily hot) and takes quite a few steps to complete. But it's MORE than worth the trouble. I always serve with Roti

    Recipe #311855

    Herbed Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry-Horseradish Glaze. I made these for a Fall party. These are easy to make ahead for company and then heat n serve

    Recipe #263868

    It's fall and you've picked some apples. The pie has been baked and you still have a dozen apples left. It's lunch time and you're hungry. What can you make with those apples? This is also a good recipe for leftover chicken or turkey breast

    Recipe #190192

    When you can't or don't want to roast a whole pig, this elegant version is great for small dinner parties or picnics. I love it and it gets 2 thumbs up from mi abuelo.

    Recipe #174241

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