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    Recipe #507732

    Simple delicious triangular filled flaky pastry tradition for the Jewish holiday of Purim. Always delicious regardless of the time of year! The pastry from this recipe also works well in pies--modify sugar according to the type of pie. My sister made this recipe after modifying and adapting other family recipies for pies and Hamentashen. This is the result. Enjoy!

    Recipe #445472

    This is a great pumpkin bread/cake recipe. It makes three "loaves." If you're looking for a savory bread with undertones of pumpkin, you're in the wrong place--this recipe has a relatively rich and wonderfully moist and sweet consistency. This recipe can easily can be used for a pumpkin bundt cake as well. This bread/cake does not need a glaze to stay moist, so if you insist on glazing it, only add glaze (perhaps as a dip or drizzle) as you eat it so you don't exceed the liquid capacity of the batter and cause it to fall apart. Refrigerate if not consumed within the first 1-3 days (depending on the temperature/humidity in your home). A close friend's mother's recipe (mad props Sarah H.)! Edits to description December 27, 2012. No changes made to ingredients or directions.

    Recipe #329684

    Frozen treat that could be described as a combination of cheesecake, brownies, and a popsicle. Great on a hot day! I came up with it during the spring a couple years ago on a hot day. I was fooling around with chocolate because my whole family are big fans, and after a while messing around, this is what came out :). The way below is just a guideline, and how my family and I prefer it. Please experiment and tweak this recipe to your own tastes, it is very flexible!

    Recipe #293386

    Golden little pancakes best served warm with your favourite toppings. They come out slightly thinner than typical pancakes; if you'd like them fluffy and thick, increase the flour and baking powder. A middle ground between crepes and pancakes; if you don't use any baking powder, they come out very similarly to crepes and you can use them as wraps for your favorite toppings, or with the baking powder, they're great as traditional flapjacks. Every pancake/waffle lover should have this recipe. If used for waffles, use 2 eggs, 6 tsp sugar, 1 1/3 cups milk, 1 1/3 cups flour, and 3/4 tsp of baking soda 2 1/4 tsp baking powder. Fast, and with only six ingredients, breakfast only gets so much easier. This is my adaptation of various recipes plus my own influence. We had a family recipe for 15 years, but this trumped even that! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #157549


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