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    After a long night crossing The Sea of Cortez I came up with this version of a frittata. Mix together and pop in the oven, what could be easier! Bacon or ham could be substituted for the sausage.

    Recipe #416754

    Easy to make and so good . . . and good for you! You can adjust the calories by reducing the brown sugar.

    Recipe #414339

    What a way to end a meal . . . sinfully delicious! If you don't have a double-boiler use a heat proof bowl that will fit a sauce pan. The bottom of the insert or bowl should not touch the boiling water. The first couple crepes may be unusable but don't worry you, should have enough batter to make at least 14 six inch crepes. Top with either Caramel-Rum or Chocolate-Kahlua sauce. UPDATE 03/11/2010: Please note that this recipe was developed as an entry in RSC #15. I have since updated the recipe to incoporate some of the recommendations of the reviewers.

    Recipe #413697

    YUMMY! Make the night before and pop in the oven the next morning, what could be easier or more delicious? . Time indicated does not include soaking time!

    Recipe #413658

    Bet you can't eat just one!!!!!!!!!! So good! Found the recipe on King Arthur Flour site.

    Recipe #413186

    Who needs pumpkin pie!!! The cheesecake should be made in advance and refrigerated for several hours before serving!

    Recipe #403204

    Based on the reviews during the CrazE #3 contest I've reduced the amount of cream cheese. A great quick and easy appetizer that everyone will love. Cooking time indicated is actuallly chilling time.

    Recipe #403193

    Pub-Grub on the go! You'll be the hit of the office! Developed this recipe as an entry into RZ Craze E #5 contest and came in first place!

    Recipe #403176

    The perfect dessert for an Asian inspired dinner! Found this recipe on Epicurious.com. Cooking time includes chilling time for the custard.

    Recipe #400492

    This is Cook's Illustrated method of cooking a filet mignon. If you're cooking for someone who insists on well-done steaks, use a thinner cut of meat. I recently cut small steaks from a petite fillet and cooked in this manner and they were fantastic . . . so cute too!

    Recipe #400344

    The difference between California Rolls and Maki-zushi is the way it's rolled. The California Roll has the sushi rice on the outside with the nori on the inside. A Maki roll has the sushi rice on the inside with the nori on the outside. For directions on making the sushi rice see Recipe #383636. This is a combination of recipes found on Food Network. Special equipment need is 2 bamboo sushi rolling mat plus a bowl of water with ice. SUSHI ETIQUETTE: Sushi is meant to be finger food, quick and tasty. It is preferable to eat sushi with ones hands rather than with chopsticks, but both ways are acceptable in America. Eat the whole sushi roll at once. It is not appropriate to eat part of a piece of sushi and place the other piece back on a plate. Once you have picked something up you should eat all of it. Do not dip the California rolls into the Soy sauce as the rice portion of the sushi will become too moist and can cause sushi to fall apart. Maki rolls can be dipped into the Soy because the seaweed (Nori) is on the ouside and will hold it together. Simply dip into the soy sauce before eating.

    Recipe #400333

    A great appetizer and easy to make using Recipe #303928 for the dough.

    Recipe #396158

    Sweet, crunchy and peanut buttery good! Recipe from Post Grape-Nuts with the addition of chocolate chips. Recipe is written for a microwave, however can be done on the stove top stirring constantly

    Recipe #395726

    Rich delicous brownies with a subtle hint of spice. Note: Use only ANCHO CHILI powder as it is a smokey slightly spicy chili powder!

    Recipe #394884

    These moist muffins bake up great in muffin top tins or mini muffins too. Maskes 12 muffins, 10 muffin tops or 24-30 mini muffins. Use very ripe bananas. Recipe was found on the internet -- Diana's Desserts, however I have made a few modifications.

    Recipe #393188

    I've found that adding a little cream to the sausage gravy makes all the difference in the world! Easy (and delicious) biscuit recipe = Recipe #263699

    Recipe #392062

    Hard to believe this delicious soup is made with canned tomatoes! Besure to use whole tomatoes packed in juice, not puree; you'll need some of the juice for the soup. DO NOT SKIP the roasting of the tomatoes; a little more effort, but worth it! Recipe comes from Cook's Illustrated with a slight modification.

    Recipe #391660

    Great for breakfast, snack or a brown-bag lunch. Adjust baking time accordingly if making regular muffins. Original recipe comes from William and Sonoma, however I've made a couple additions. UPDATE: The recipe has been changed to incorporate suggestions from reviwers. UPDATE #2: Also changed the instructions to reflect the previous changes.

    Recipe #391292

    So easy to make and healthy too! Recipe came from the Rennet package, which is available at health food store, and some supermarkets. Please read all the insturctions before beginning. I've found it easier to use a crockpot, however I've included the directions for preparing on the stovetop. Note however, you will need to assemble a double-boiler of sorts. It's for this reason that I found the crockpot worked best.

    Recipe #391204

    The best part of the muffin is the top! The kids will love them! Started out as a William and Sonoma recipe however I made modifications. The only special equipment needed is a muffin-top pan, or they could be baked in english muffin rings.

    Recipe #390935

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