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    A friend of mine sent me this recipe for Thanksgiving, and naturally I had to add my own twist to it. If you can't get cashew butter locally, try my easy Cashew Butter recipe.

    Recipe #471429

    This is a simple recipe for cashew butter that I threw together one afternoon before Thanksgiving, when it seemed that every store in our little town was completely out of cashew butter.

    Recipe #471406

    On a recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, I had the opportunity to watch a chef make a lovely paella. Sadly, a typical paella recipe involves food I can't eat, so like many of my recipes, this is a modified version designed with my allergies in mind. 1. You will need a very large pan for this recipe. A good paella pan is preferable, but any wide, deep pan will do. 2. Goya Sazón with Azafrán is an inexpensive alternative to pure saffron which can be found in the Spanish or Mexican food section of some grocery stores. If it's not available locally, you can use a few pinches of saffron instead. Put the saffron into the cup of chicken broth before you start chopping your veggies, and it'll have plenty of time to soak out the full flavor. 3. Since cold steamed lobster and crab are generally what's available locally, I just throw them in when I put in the tomatoes and peas to warm them up. But for this recipe, I noted the places where raw crab and lobster should be added, to be true to the chef's directions.

    Recipe #428592

    My Significant Other's chili recipe. Check out Squirrel's Beanless Chili if you'd like to see mine.

    Recipe #412313

    My allergy to cow's milk leads me to experiment in interesting ways. This recipe is all goat based, although all items can be substituted with oil or veggie based cheese replacements. I prefer white pepper in my "cream" based recipes, but green pepper is also excellent in this recipe.

    Recipe #372107

    My Cajun mother makes a wonderful mirliton casserole for the holidays that's always a hit. I had a craving for mirliton and crawfish one day, and pieced together this soup from several recipes and a few traditional Cajun cooking methods. Some people prefer to peel and pit mirliton before using them, but the whole fruit is edible. Crawfish tails are usually mostly cooked before being peeled and bagged, but it's best to be on the safe side. Sauteing them first makes sure that they are fully cooked and flavors the butter for the rest of the soup.

    Recipe #371991

    I love leeks, and leek soup, and wanted to introduce my Significant Other to the dish. But he is definitely a meat and potatoes sort of guy, so I compiled this version of the dish for him. Remove the bacon and use veggie oil for a great vegetarian meal. Also tastes great with a dollop of soy sour cream substitute. It's dairy free for my milk allergy, but I'm sure regular milk products work just fine.

    Recipe #310275

    Since I'm allergic to sesame, I had to come up with my own version of this classic recipe. This is also a great starting place for dip experimentation. You can add sun dried tomatoes, capers, artichokes, just about anything. 1 tsp of basil flavored olive oil or pesto will work in place of basil essence.

    Recipe #175873

    The actual name for this recipe is "Squirrel Chili," but since it contains no actual squirrel meat, I thought it might be confusing to people who don't know that it's my nickname.

    Recipe #175399

    My mother makes something she calls "Godfather Meatloaf." When I decided to try duplicating this, I wound up with this recipe, which my friends promptly dubbed "Monster Meatloaf" because it comes out with so much food.

    Recipe #175396


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