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    Wondering what to do with that head of cauliflower in the frig? Tired of plain ol' steamed cauliflower? Ho hum. Well, with little effort and just a bit of aplomb, you can transform that humble veggie into an exotic meal-opener. A delightful, gourmet cold soup that will leave your guests asking, what IS this--it's delicious? (Don't tell them it's only cauliflower!) The secret is to use only the freshest spices. Freshly toasted and ground spices are the best. But if you do use a ready-made curry powder, be sure to select one that is fresh and does not contain salt.

    Recipe #174095

    In Spring, a foodie's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of . . . STRAWBERRIES! In-season, beautifully red, and invitingly luscious. Now, how about a special way to prepare them? No one could be so jaded as to not be bowled over by these delicious, fresh strawberry cupcakes with white chocolate buttercream frosting, topped with more fresh berries. No, this isn't a quick and simple recipe, but neither is it terribly challenging. It does take time, but made with love, these irresistible cupcakes will reward you and your loved ones. I made them for my little girl's third birthday (double recipe!). My only regret is that there were no leftovers!

    Recipe #172341

    Do you have pounds of leftover ham in your refrigerator that you don't know what to do with? Do you find you can't face another plate of, well, sliced ham? Here is an easy and fabulous trick to serve your loved ones leftover ham that has almost no hint of its former origin. You will win praise and admiration, and secretly know you were smart to use up rather than toss out. Also, if you love Asian restaurant ginger-soy salad dressing, you will find this great recipe below.

    Recipe #164716

    Hungry for a veggie burger? Don't buy those expensive ready-made ones in the frozen foods section--just make your own. It's easy and utterly delicious. One way to make a veggie burger is to make, yes, falafel. Instead of a round ball, form the batter into a small patty. Then, you don't have to deep-fry it--which uses a lot of oil. You can pan-fry in a small amount of oil--just like any other patty or croquet. No need to buy those falafel mixes, either--try making falafels once and you will be hooked! Feel free to experiment with adding other ingredients--mint, fresh oregano, peppers, onions, etc.--are all game. I prefer falafel without flour or baking powder--just chickpeas and not much else. Yummy!

    Recipe #162691

    When I went to Thailand and had this soup for the first time I think my whole world just flipped right over on me all at once--it was the most remarkable taste experience ever. The flavors just blew me away--piquant, sour, spicy, rich, amazing! You have to try it. And you can easily make either Tom Yam or Tom Ka with a simple substitution. This soup is simple to make, but what's tricky is having the ingredients on hand. Because I love this so much, I stockpile fish sauce, coconut milk and dried shiitake mushrooms. My hubby grows lemongrass in the garden year-round, and we have a lime tree that contributes a leaf here and there. You can make this without lime leaf and lemongrass, but add some lime zest to substitute. I think you are going to love this special and wonderful soup--one of the great wonders of the culinary world!

    Recipe #162077

    Stewed eggplant doesn't sound exciting to you? Think that eggplant is only for vegetarians? Or just plain have no idea what to do with eggplant other than eggplant pamesean? Well, this delightful and simple Japanese eggplant dish will change your mind--and your palate-about eggplant. No one I have ever served this to has ever said anything but, "Delicious" or "Amazing" or "How on earth did you make this? I love it!" Asian eggplants are more tender and delicately falvored than the standard variety--but you can use either kind with excellent results. Katsuo-bushi--dried bonito flakes--are a common condiment in Japanese cooking. They come in packages of five packets. Next time you are at an Asian grocers, pick up a package. You can use katsuo-bushi in miso soup, and, together with grater gingerroot and soy sauce, as a lovely topping for cold tofu (this is way yummier than it sounds).

    Recipe #161881

    Ever wonder what to do with a package of tofu? Something delicious and different so that your guests will ask, "How did you make this? It's wonderful!" Think Chinese cooking is scary and mysterious? This simple and simply delightful recipe can change all that in one stroke. My family loves this and it's so easy, it gives me a break.

    Recipe #161454

    Nutty-lucious, buttery-yummy, cardamom cookies--simply delightful. Use any nuts you like and serve hot!

    Recipe #160426

    Every so often, I grind up a batch of fresh, homemade curry powder. While doing this one time, I thought, why not use this on lamb as a marinade? Lots of lamb curries out there, so lamb and curry are known as a great combo. I marinated way in advance and separated the veggies from the meat. While this recipe takes some advance planning, it's not difficult--and it never fails to impress and to please.

    Recipe #160400


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