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    PLEASE READ: YES! CHOCOLATE CHILI! Here is my quite excellent balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, which I hope you will enjoy as well. 10/14/2011: For those of you out there looking for a traditional chili recipe, THIS ISN'T IT. I've removed the 'sour mix' from the recipe (you can add it if you want) because it really is just adding more sugar, lemon, lime and water, so I adjusted the lemon/lime juice in the recipe and you can add more sugar if you think the chili needs some. If you are trying to go for a more unbalanced, traditional-style taste for this chili, you might want to add brown sugar separately from the rest of the spice mix in smaller amounts until the chili tastes the way you like. I've listed additional salt and pepper without specific measurements because when cooking meat and the veggies, it's standard operating procedure for most chefs to season as you cook. Need that extra layer of heat and flavor? Add 1/2 finely diced Poblano pepper.

    Recipe #18414

    Similar to Oatmeal Scotchies, these cookies take it to the next level! Amaretto, Butterscotch, Oats and More! There's all kinds of "garbage" in these fantastic cookies! The great things about garbage cookies are: You never know which ingredient will show up on your cookie. Sometimes you get chocolate chips, sometimes you don't. Sometimes you get dates AND raisins, sometimes only raisins. You can alter the recipe to your liking. You can put all kinds of "garbage" in your cookie dough!

    Recipe #147565

    READ THIS FIRST: This recipe should help you achieve the best deep-dish pizza you will ever bake at home. Instructions are for making a 12" deep dish pizza. Please take the time to read through the entire recipe before you start. Also, it will help greatly if you have the following baking equipment: 1 round deep-dish pizza/cake pan - 12” diameter by 2” in height, 1 Pizza Stone (optional, but recommended - place on bottom oven rack), Fine mesh Strainer and Bowl (for draining excess liquid from tomatoes), Large Spoon or Ladle (for spreading tomato sauce.), Sturdy mixing spoon, Stainless Steel/Plastic Bowl, and food service gloves (for kneading - optional), a wide roll of heavy duty aluminum foil, Pan Gripper and/or Pot Holders, Serving/Cutting Spatula, Extra bowl, cooking spray, plastic wrap, and a warm place (for rising dough). For a more detailed recipe with baker's percentages and conversions for other pan sizes, Check out Lesson 3 of Deep Dish 101 from RealDeepDish.com

    Recipe #512553


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