I recently acquired a bottle of pear brandy and wasn't too sure what to do with it (besides drink it, obviously). I found this recipe on-line and plan to make it soon. I HAVE NOT TRIED THIS YET so I can't guarantee that it's good. I'll repost when I've tried it.
From Vegetarian Times. Maybe the thought of vegan mushroom stroganoff (especially one made with tofu) is unappealing to some :), but I was stunned by how tasty this was. Don't be scared off by the long list of instructions; this is actually quite easy to make. Note: cooking time doesn't include mushroom soaking time.
This is a very moist, very sweet cake. I like it a lot with coffee. UPDATE: I have corrected the recipe, and the batter now contains 1 cup of sugar. Thanks to Cookgirl for catching my mistake, and my apologies to anyone who might have been inconvenienced. :o
From Moosewood. I think this is a really tasty soup, well worth hunting down the dried galanga. If you can find fresh lemon grass (lucky you!), feel free to substitute it for the dried. This would probably be good with some broccoli added, too.
This is adapted from a Moosewood recipe. I think that freezing, thawing, and pressing the liquid out of the tofu really improves the texture and makes it better able to absorb the sauce. I guess it's not strictly necessary to do it, though. :) Enjoy!