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    Smoky, sweet, and very cozy! Start with any basic black tea or breakfast tea blend and make it a little special.

    Recipe #499583

    I adapted this from a Cooking Club of America recipe for Lemon-Lavender Muffins. It is lightly sweet, with a crunchy sugar topping, and a tender yet sturdy texture. I made it because I love oranges for lunch, and didn't want to waste all that lovely zest!

    Recipe #493425

    Recipe #460782

    This is not a traditional chili, but it has everything I love and want out of a comfort food--it's cheesy, flavorful, a little spicy, and full of flavor. If you are looking for a more traditional chili this is not the one for you, but if you want something a little different, you may love it as much as we do! I especially love this served in a bread bowl, or with buttered bread or cornbread.

    Recipe #452605

    This is the most amazing shortbread ever. Flaky and rich, and very very simple, I've never had a shortbread that compares to it.

    Recipe #445557

    from Williams-Sonoma "The Essentials of Slow Cooking."

    Recipe #433804

    from Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Slow Cooking.

    Recipe #433668

    from "Falling Cloudberries" by Tessa Kiros In the book, the recipe description reads: "This is so simple. It's a very typical Cipriot all-in-one meal--you just need the time to prepare the lamb and vegetables, then you can fling it in the oven, go out for a (Greek) coffee, and come home to a ready meal. You could use lamb chops and leave them whole instead of cutting them into chunks, which makes it even simpler. And it doesn't need much by way of accompaniments--perhaps a salad or some simply sauteed vegetables."

    Recipe #430987

    from "Falling Cloudberries" by Tessa Kiros The recipe introduction in the book says, "Ths is possibly one of my favorite meals. It is soft, wonderful, and meltingly lemony and we would sometimes eat the leftovers for breakfast before school. I'm not sure if this is totally the Greek way of making it--maybe the butter and cooking time are my mother's addition--but this is how it is. My mother says you could cook it overnight; I never have, but I believe her."

    Recipe #430986

    From Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Breakfast and Brunch. Prep time includes kneading and rising times.

    Recipe #426205

    From Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Breakfast and Brunch. Time includes chilling.

    Recipe #426013

    From Williams-Sonoma Muffins by Beth Hensperger (ISBN 0-7432-5396-5). I haven't tried it out yet, but sounds divine!

    Recipe #425952

    From Williams-Sonoma Essentials fo Breakfast & Brunch by Chuck Williams (ISBN-13 978-0-8487-3192-2 or ISBN-10 0-8487-3192-1). They suggest serving with a strawberry-rhubarb compote. Time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #425844

    From Williams-Sonoma Essentials fo Breakfast & Brunch by Chuck Williams (ISBN-13 978-0-8487-3192-2 or ISBN-10 0-8487-3192-1). Adapted from Ham, Leek, and Gruyere Quiches. The book also has directions for making the pastry in the food process or and adds either cooked leeks cooked and drained spinach.

    Recipe #425841

    From Williams-Sonoma Muffins by Beth Hensperger (ISBN 0-7432-5396-5). Sounds divine. First 5 ingredients are for the streusel topping!

    Recipe #425839

    This recipe is Pumpkin Empanaditas from "Josefina's Cook Book". This was a cookbook that is (no longer) published in conjunction with Pleasant Company's Josefina doll.

    Recipe #393194

    I got this recipe from my little sister. It was called Caramel Apple Salad, but I personally don't think butterscotch pudding tastes like caramel apples... nonetheless, it is a delightful sweet side dish/salad or dessert. Other recipes I've seen on 'Zaar all have pineapple, so I am posting this one as it does not. I prefer Granny Smith or another tart apple in this salad as it is quite sweet, but you can use whatever apples you have on hand. :) Prep time includes chilling time; may also be frozen.

    Recipe #381748

    I've seen other baked French Toast and other Orange French Toast recipes on the 'zaar, but I haven't seen any quite like this one. I got it from my sister. It is great to feed a larger group and can be made the night before. The orange and honey flavors meld very well in this nice French Toast. Even better, it doesn't need butter or syrup at the table.

    Recipe #379913

    This is a nice, not overly sweet cake that doesn't need frosting and is perfect in big squares at a picnic, or for a snack. The oats give it a great texture that holds up well without being tough. You might like to add a cup or so of butterscotch chips to the batter as well as scattered on top of the cake.

    Recipe #377321

    This is a delicious, more "sophisticated" take on peanut butter for all ages. Little ones will love the fun of dipping their food and older ones will enjoy rediscovering the joys of a good PB&J. Add chocolate, and you have a desert gauranteed to please all taste buds, perfect for fruit, ice-cream, cake, etc. Make it vegan by using margarine, soy milk, and vegan chocolate!

    Recipe #157902

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