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    I adapted this recipe from one I found in a cookbook a few years ago; it's now become my signature pasta sauce. I love it because it mixes my two favorite sauces -- red tomato sauce and cheese! It takes a little more effort than just opening up a jar of Ragu, but the end product is SO worth it, I think. Good for special occasions when you want to WOW your guest(s).

    Recipe #187460

    This is one of my favorite comfort foods, a carb-lover's dream. And it's an easy way for me to sneak vegetables into my diet! I call it almost homemade because I use a lot of ready-made items in this recipe; the easier, the better! I never measure anything when I make this so I'm estimating amounts; please follow your own tastes as you're cooking.

    Recipe #188625

    A flavorful soup with curry powder and coconut milk, this recipe comes from The New England Soup Factory Cookbook (wish I could take credit for it, but I can't!). Although the original recipe calls for vegetable stock (this is a vegetarian soup), I generally use chicken stock because I think it gives it a richer flavor. Adjust spiciness and sweetness by varying amount of hot pepper flakes and honey accordingly. Make sure you use a good quality canned coconut milk -- in my experience, powdered coconut milk isn't a good substitute. I love this as a soup, but it's also great as a sauce/gravy over white rice on its own. Yummy -- and I generally am not fond of really spicy foods. But this yummy and packs just enough of a kick!

    Recipe #312802

    I've lived in the Middle East for almost a decade and a half, and this recipe was the one we always used when we went camping out in the sand dunes. We'd do the marinade at home, throw everything in ziploc bags into the cooler, then hit the road, and by the time we got there and had the BBQ going, these wings were ready to plop on the fire. We'd eat them in batches as they came off the grill -- so yummy. Easy to do at home on a hibatchi or grill. Amounts are approxmiate as I used to just eyeball things, so don't freak out if you go a little more or less with some ingredients.

    Recipe #192682

    My friend Tammy makes this great dessert. I had her give me the recipe the other night, and after checking the ones already on Zaar, I found that this one is different, so I'm adding it so others can enjoy it. This is a DESSERT so make no mistake. It's a light-flavored one, great for warmer weather, but it is RICH (look at those ingredients!)...and very YUMMY! The sizes for the can of crushed pineapple and the whipping cream are approximate. A larger can will lend more pineapple flavor, more whipping cream will make it airier. Use your judgment.

    Recipe #191448

    If you're familiar with Indian or Middle Eastern food, then you've probably heard of "samosas" (a.k.a. samboosas, empanadas, sambuseks, etc.). They're little fried triangles of dough filled with various things (cheese, potatoes, meats and vegetables). This is my take on them. They're great for potlucks and parties (although wrapping them does take some time). I made these for my friend's children's birthday party last year (vegetarian style since she doesn't eat meat) and everyone loved them and wanted the recipe.

    Recipe #188332

    I wish I could take credit for this recipe, but I found it on a food blogger's site, and she said she got it from the Bouchon Bakery in CA. Suffice to say it is THE best peanut butter cookie I have ever had -- and I'm a real connoisseur. Don't faint when you read the ingredients. YES -- it calls for 4 sticks of butter! Just don't tell people that as they moan with delight, enjoying your peanut buttery creations! It'll be our little secret... Notes: I generally eyeball (not measure) the peanut butter, so I probably use more than 2/3 cup. Use crunchy PB if you like; you can also add some chopped up peanuts at the end if you like REALLY crunchy cookies. The original recipe called for these to be peanut butter sandwich cookies (like homemade nutter butters), but I actually think that sandwiching them with peanut butter icing is overkill because they're SO decadent and big already. But I've included that info in case you want to give it a whirl.

    Recipe #392642


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