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    This is a berry version of the famous flaming cherries jubilee. Skip the alcohol and flaming step if you prefer; no additional liquid needs to be substituted for the brandy. From Kathleen Desmond Stang and Melissa Monosoff Cooking Light, JUNE 2000. I tried it with Jacques Cardin, which is 80 proof, and didn't get a very dramatic flame. Still, it was worth it, this sauce is exquisite!

    Recipe #185921

    Amazingly simple, this basic soup can be whipped up with even ordinary mushrooms and it tastes great, not too salty. I can see myself repeating this meal in the near future..

    Recipe #151673

    Scrumptious breakfast patties using leftover Surprise South Beach Mashed "Potatoes," with eggs to defer the protein police. Feel free to add garlic, rosemary, whatever! You may want to steam entire cauliflower head and freeze the extra puree. Then pull out for dinner or add eggs for an easy breakfast.

    Recipe #147660

    After Thanksgiving I'm left with lots of turkey, but veggies are scarce. Once I gave up looking for a simple, somewhat healthy recipe I came up with my all-natural alternative to the super creamy kind. The only veggies you need are a carrot and half a sweet potato. The first time I made it I used too much broth, then overcooked it so it came out dry and messy. With some adjustments, here's the final cut. It still will not come out in clean slices, but hey it's turkey pie, not lemon custard right? Enjoy!

    Recipe #146440

    Great "what's in the fridge?" recipe, easy to prepare with just a few fresh ingredients. From the HungryMonster website. Check back soon for alterations. 11/21/05- You can use florets too, but they won't be thoroughly processed so be careful not to inhale, even though it's yummy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #143870

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