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    From the Food section of the Kansas City Star 02/07/07.

    Recipe #212701

    It's sometimes difficult to cook seasonally in the winter, so I was pleased to find this winter salad. It's nicely balanced. The saltiness of the soybeens and cheese work well against the bitterness of the escarole. [Gourmet, 01/2005]

    Recipe #210231

    This recipes is from the Ball Blue Book. The only thing I did differently is to add lemon zest. It's really refreshing, because the lemon zest/juice keeps it from being overly sweet. This is one of my favorite jams that I make each year.

    Recipe #203316

    Just basic jasmine rice from the pressure cooker. I kept burning it until I got the timing / ratios right.

    Recipe #180640

    This is the tuna salad my mom used to make. Simple, comforting, wonderful on soft white bread. The quantities are estimates, since Mom never really measured.

    Recipe #167881

    Wonderful steak.

    Recipe #167797

    This is a quicker version of my Recipe #145910. The only real difference between this and the long simmering version is that you don't have to remember to soak the beans overnight, and the beans retain more texture. My dad loves the original recipe, and he declared this to be just as good.

    Recipe #165726

    After reading pages of discussion about this dish over at eGullet, I knew I had to try it. This is wonderful! I'm not sure it tastes like french fries as much as they claim, but cauliflower cooked this way has a wonderful earthiness. Definately cut it as thinly as possible, because the browned bits are the best!

    Recipe #162910

    This is a very reliable standard bread machine recipe for a 1 lb loaf. Too many people I know have bread machines but don't use them because they don't know how to do anything but use a mix! This will make a nice soft loaf as is, and it's also a great jumping off point for experimentation. Try varying the types of flour, fat, and sugar. Or try adding things like spices, nuts, mustards, or cheeses. My goal with this recipe is to get people comfortable enough with baking in their bread machines that they'll experiment. (If your machine only makes a 2 lb loaf, simply double all the ingredients.)

    Recipe #148895

    This is a hearty, flavorful bread, good enough to eat as a quick snack on it's own. I love hunks of this as a side dish to soups and stews. I used to knead the feta and spinach in by hand after the dough cyle was complete, but this method is a lot easier, and everything gets much more well integrated. [Whole Grain Breads by Machine or Hand - Beatrice Ojakangas]

    Recipe #148059

    There were a lot of good looking recipes kicking around here for various pear jellies and jams, but none were quite what I was looking for. So I tinkered with existing recipes and came up with this one. It's very sugary sweet, which scared off some friends of mine when they tasted it straight out of the jar. (TIP: never leave jars of jam out around your hungry bachelor friends!) When they came to their senses and tried it on something (toast, waffles, biscuits, oatmeal, etc.), they were won over. This goes great with peanut butter too. (I make this with a mix of half Bosch and half Asian pears.)

    Recipe #147884

    I was intrigued by the idea of making jelly out of tea when someone posted a request for recipes. I tried this one, and I like it alot. Obviously, it all depends on the quality of your tea. So far I've only tried this with a very high quality organic chai, and it is SO good! If you find a type of tea that works really well for this, post a review and let us know! [http://www.seedsofknowledge.com/teajelly.html]

    Recipe #147883

    Just a nice basic french toast recipe. Nothing fancy. This actually works better with stale bread, go figure.

    Recipe #147554

    Made with penne and the parmesan, this is a meal in a pinch for me, needing maybe just a slice of toasted bread rubbed with garlic. Made with curly egg noodles, this is an ideal side for anything from a piece of a cooked turkey to a thick beef stew.

    Recipe #145908

    This recipe is from a casserole episode of Good Eats. I love the idea of using frozen puff pastry rounds on top instead of going to the trouble of making a bottom and top crust. The curry powder in the roux gives it a really unique flavor.

    Recipe #145902

    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

    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

    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

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