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    This version is light and airy, with just a touch of ethereal sweetness and saltiness. By playing with the proportions, I hit upon this recipe that rivals the addictive Kettle Corn we paid a fortune for at fairs and such! It was created after I tried the recipe in the Whirley-pop instruction booklet, and found it tough, gloppy, and also a very small batch. See also my Whirley Pop Notes below the recipe.

    Recipe #324665

    My own invention -- an unusual combination! But, the sweetness of the beans, the sharpness of the cheddar and the pungency of the pickles work Really well together.

    Recipe #210671

    Well, I had 4 young kids to feed on a snow day, so I started to throw together a tomato bisque, using simple ingredients that I had in the house. Well, it was soooo good that I never got around to pureeing it. And, to my surprise, all 4 kids ate it up! But, I am telling you -- it is grown-up delicious! Kids of any age might enjoy Goldfish crackers with it. Sometimes I sprinkle a wee bit of smoked paprika on my bowl, but really, it is very tasty as is!

    Recipe #210332

    Too easy! One ingredient! This was inspired by the crispy cheese hanging off the renowned cheeseburgers at Shady Glen, the burger/dairy restaurant in Manchester, CT. In fact, I understand they used to sell just a basket of crispy cheese. I like to snack on it, but it would also make a terrific garnish for fancier soups, salads, etc. I have done this with Cheddar (my favorite), Jack, Parmesan and American, all with good results. On the one hand, it seems to be one of those “guilty pleasures.” On the other hand – read the last cooking note at the bottom... Added Note: Although I was inspired by Shady Glen, I just found out the Italians have been doing this for years, and it is called "Frico". Some versions are baked, and it can be molded while warm, say to make a dish to hold olives, or to eat like a taco or tortilla, or it can be used to garnish fancy salads and more.

    Recipe #187009

    I came up with this one night after being inspired by a bunch of other recipes, and it was so delicious that I had to write it down and share it. It was also pretty easy. Serve this over buttered noodles.

    Recipe #186249

    This was originally a WW recipe, from, I am guessing, the early 70s. I am pretty sure it has been altered somewhat, but it is super-easy and very tasty. We make it often in spite of its low calorie/low fat attributes ;-). My Nana always had a pot of it on the back burner because it was a “free” food, and boy, did the house smell good! Makes lots, but freezes well, also.

    Recipe #185071

    This is a simple recipe I prepare in my smoker when I’m all done smoking but there are warm coals left. They make the best gift! I told the Zaar computer one pound, but I usually do as many as my smoker can hold in pans, with room for the heat and smoke to circulate. More like 4 or 5 pounds - for gifts and the freezer.

    Recipe #180443

    We were served this at our host’s dacha (country home) in Russia – Nina grew her own tomatoes, garlic and dill there. It is very simple, but you Must have tasty tomatoes! It looks awesome on a platter, and I have brought this to gatherings and received numerous complements. No measurements are given because you can make a little or a lot – and only 3 or 4 ingredients.

    Recipe #179771

    Hot nights are inspiring cool, healthy salads! Just made this last night, and it was so pretty and so delicious I think I’ll take it to my next potluck. This is sort of a different version of my Big Hit Couscous Salad (#175176), but much easier – much less prep – esp. if you have most ingredients on hand. I used frozen veggies. Prep time does not include optional chill time.

    Recipe #179642

    These Russian Fried Cheese Pancakes (Patties), prounounced SEER-ni-kee, are delicious served hot out of the pan, the outsides still crispy, the insides creamy... They are very easy, and the dough can be made ahead. Sirniki are usually served as a brunch or breakfast dish, or as a dessert, with sour cream or jam. Some like both!

    Recipe #177812

    A bit of chopping, but easy to make this cold, healthy one-dish meal -- perfect for hot summer nights. Great picnic or potluck dish, also. The large amounts of parsley and dill really make the dish, but they aren’t overpowering. I brought this dish to a picnic for my family, but our friends kept eating it also, especially the kids – hence its name. This dish doubles easily for a large crowd.

    Recipe #175176

    Thai Fish and Shrimp Cakes - you know – that yummy appetizer at Thai restaurants, with the cucumber dipping sauce. These will wow your friends at parties - until they disappear. Or, serve with rice and a vegetable for dinner. Uses a food processor. Also, the Cucumber Sauce should be made ahead, and the fish cake part can also be made ahead.

    Recipe #173998

    So simple, yet so yummy! These mushrooms really are different -- silky -- due to their very long simmer (passive) time. Serve warm on bread to absorb all the delicious liquid. My Nana made these mushrooms, and we would devour them on tangy Jewish rye bread for lunch - a much beloved family favorite. But, mostly we make them as appetizers or for parties - easy and you can make them ahead. Tip: food processor works fine for the onions and mushrooms.

    Recipe #173750

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