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    I really liked this soup! The only change I made was to halve the recipe, and to add a couple teaspoons of curry powder. I also used a stick blender instead of a food processor. The squash by itself straight out of the oven was delicious, and the soup even more so. I served this in hollowed out roasted mini pumpkins, and it made a stellar presentation. I will definitely make this soup again for myself. I think it would also be very good drizzled with some yogurt and sage. [Bon Appetit, November 2005]

    Recipe #145767

    I really wanted to like this recipe. The picture in the magazine was beautiful, and I thought it would be a nice alternative to traditional bread stuffing. When I tried it, my polenta cubes disintegrated when I mixed it all together. I think this calls for way to much chicken broth, I don't know. I hope someone else will have better luck with it than I did! [Gourmet, November 2005]

    Recipe #145744

    This was a delicious way to have brussel sprouts. The cannelini beans and the cheese were a perfect complement to the slight bitterness of the brussel sprouts. I would definately make this again. [Bon Appetit, November 2005]

    Recipe #145743

    These were wonderful, even though I made them much larger than the recipe suggests. They have the texture of those wonderful biscuits from Red Lobster. I wouldn't bake these ahead of time - by the next day they were kind of soggy. Also, definately use a stand mixture if you have one. I used a hand mixer and the dough was almost too stiff to handle. [Bon Appetit, November 2005]

    Recipe #145742

    This was a very crisp refreshing salad - I found it to be a perfect foil to the traditional heavy Thanksgiving spread. And it was so simple to make! I did all the prep ahead of time, and simply tossed the celery and apple peices into cold water with some lemon juice to prevent browning. I would definately put this on the menu for next year. [Bon Appetit, November 2005]

    Recipe #145741

    This is an adaptation of a recipe from Good Eats. The original recipe as prepared in the show calls simmering a chopped up turkey carcass in vegetable broth for 3 - 4 hours. I tried it that way, and found the resulting soup to be gelatinously fatty, and nobody liked picking little bones out either. But the flavors were really good, so now I make / defat stock separately, and make the soup this way.

    Recipe #145740

    This is so simple to make. It's worth it to allow some time for this to sit in the fridge - the olives will infuse the tomatoes with a wondeful salty tang.

    Recipe #145527

    This is nice change from the standard mayonnaise-based tuna salad recipe. I like it stuffed into pita pockets with some lettuce. [This is loosely adapted from an episode of 30 Minute Meals]

    Recipe #145526

    This is the only thing I use bouillon cubes for any more, because I like egg drop soup pretty salty like this. I serve this as any easy first course for a Chinese-themed meal.

    Recipe #145523

    This is very fast and easy. I like to eat it with chopsticks out of a deep stoneware noodle bowl. [From 30 Minutes Meals (Rachael Ray)]

    Recipe #145522

    This is a refinement of a recipe I created when my boyfriend was sick, and I wanted to make chicken noodle soup from what we had on hand. For the authentic poor college student version - use 1 can of Swanson's chicken broth + 1 cup water, and a brick of ramen noodles. I get nostalgic just thinking about it. But I like this version better.

    Recipe #145203

    These are fantastic (and fantastically convenient) basic meatballs. I love the fact that I can get 4 batches of meatballs made all at once. When I cook them in spaghetti sauce, I normally serve half of them over pasta, and then use the other half to make meatball subs. I try to keep these in my freezer at all times. (Cooking time is freezing time.)

    Recipe #145201

    This is a super simple dip. Since it's very tangy / salty, it goes really well with plainly cooked chicken or fish. Of course, it's also good with tortilla chips, or folded into scrambled eggs. [From The Dairy Free Cookbook (Jane Zukin)]

    Recipe #145194

    I finally figured out what to do with those winter supermarket tomatoes - slow roast them and make this pasta!

    Recipe #145087

    I eat some variation on this salad nearly every day for as long as tomatoes are in season. I love the crazy variety of tomatoes you can find at farmers markets in the summer. On alot of the hot, humid nights this summer, the version of this with bread was my entire dinner. (A word of warning though - making this with grocery store winter tomatoes will result in intense disappointment - I wouldn't even try it.)

    Recipe #145079

    This is very good basic salad dressing. The type of vinegar you use totally determines the character of it. For example, I really like an assertive local herb vinegar for summery salads. For versatility, you can't go wrong with a standard balsamic.

    Recipe #145078

    This is a nice change from the standard chicken salad recipe. It's pretty spicy / tangy from the mustard and the spices. I like it on whole grain bread. [Loosely adapted from an episode of $40 A Day]

    Recipe #145075

    This is my favorite soup. It's a nice balance of sweet and savory, and it freezed beautifully. I like it with grilled cheese. (I hate to specify a brand name / hard to find ingredient, but I haven't found a good substitute for Thai Kitchen's roasted red chili paste.) [This is adapted from The Naked Chef (Jamie Oliver).]

    Recipe #145074

    This is a simple, easy recipe for roasting a whole chicken. It pretty much guarantees crisp salty skin, and properly cooked white AND dark meat at the same time. [This is from The Naked Chef (Jamie Oliver).]

    Recipe #145070

    This is a good basic pressure cooker risotto recipe. I was skeptical at the idea of quality risotto from a pressure cooker, but this produces the texture and consistency of normal risotto without the continuous stirring. I wouldn't make this with canned chicken broth - the flavor ends up overly salty and metallic. [This is partially adapted from both The Pressure Cooker Gourmet(Victoria Wise) and The Naked Chef (Jamie Oliver).]

    Recipe #145066

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