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    a hot, skillet panzanella

    Recipe #504863

    Very refreshing light summer treat. Something like sorbet. From the Waring Frozen Dessert Maker recipe book.

    Recipe #483166

    Tom and Jerry's made to order. Not a gloopy flat batter from the freezer. Try almond milk instead of bovine.

    Recipe #470249

    My sister in law spent a few years in Ecuador, and brought back this recipe. She said you could buy it from vendors on the beach.

    Recipe #407486

    This recipe is from my German grandmother, and Christmas would not be the same without them. I do find this recipe to be a bit of a challenge. It is a very stiff dough, which I rely on my Kitchenaide to mix for me. My diminutive Grandmother mixed a batch 4 times this size with a wooden spoon. It can also be a bit dry. I add just enough water to get them to roll into balls. These are supposed to be rock hard, melt in your mouth kind of thing. Anise oil is available in specialty stores and on-line.

    Recipe #407440

    This is borrowed and adapted from a chocolate cheesecake recipe on the Food Network. Nice and rich, easy to make. For the cranberries, get some whole berry sauce, and stain off the syrup, or (better) simmer fresh berries in a light sugar syrup. I have since used an acid reduced cranberry called Berry Bits, from Alpine Foods. These are really great as they are like cooked cranberries, without all the sugar, so you an eat them straight or add them to anything as you would say blueberries. I wish they were easier to find, I know of one place, Brennan's in Madison WI.

    Recipe #401565

    natural dog treats

    Recipe #368240

    1 Reviews |  By jagret

    From 'Homemade Treats for Happy Healthy Dogs', Cheryl Gianfrancesco

    Recipe #368239

    This recipe is from the Colophon Cafe in Bellingham WA. There used to be Soup Festival that Allied Arts, and they put out little cookbooks with many of the recipes.

    Recipe #328258

    1 Reviews |  By jagret

    Back in the early 90's, a friend's mom from Arizona introduced me to fresh salsa. I've been making the same recipe ever since. Can use 28oz of canned tomatoes instead of fresh

    Recipe #326468

    Elemental pie crust recipe. Use good fat, keep it cold, work quickly. Food processor is a must. Try mixing two types of fats. Half butter, the other half shortening or lard. Herbs can but mixed in the crust for savory pies and quiches.

    Recipe #312493

    rhubarb custard on a cookie crust from the Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin

    Recipe #303478

    Very easy. Reminds me of Puget Sound.

    Recipe #274029

    4 Reviews |  By jagret

    A rhubarb custard on a cookie crust

    Recipe #229753


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