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    This recipe is for butter that is easy to spread straight from the refrigerator. It is similar to the spreadable real butter spreads you find in the grocery store - only it's much less expensive. It contains less saturated fat than butter. What I like best about this recipe is that I can use my favorite unsalted, organic, cultured butter. For the oil, I like to use an expeller pressed safflower oil with added vitamin E. It has a very mild flavor. Sometimes, I also like to use an 80% canola 20% olive commercial blend for the oil. 100% Olive oil can be used, but the finished product tastes strongly of olive oil. I like how this butter works in sautes, too. Due to the addition of the oil, it doesn't burn as easily as straight butter does. The butter will become very soft (almost runny) if left out of the fridge. Be sure to return it straight to the cooler when you are finished with it.

    Recipe #181739

    This dish is a labor of love. If you make it, you will be nicely rewarded with tender chunks of beef, onion, mushroom, and carrot in a cognac and red wine sauce. I think this is the quintessential French dish. Just the smell of it makes me want to don a beret and run out in search of croissants and the Eiffel Tower. We usually serve it with some mashed or roasted red skinned potatoes and a nice salad. For the wine, I like to use a spicy red zinfandel. A nice hint for using leftover tomato paste - Freeze it in an ice cube tray, pop the cubes out into a plastic freezer bag, and return them to the freezer. Just take a cube out whenever you need some. Another nice hint - To slice mushrooms quickly, use an egg slicer.

    Recipe #189927

    This is a recipe for a chai tea concentrate similar to what you would buy in the box at the grocery store. It is spicy and slightly sweet. I use an organic orange when making the zest to avoid the strange waxy coating and any pesticides. I also like to use filtered water to avoid any off flavors you can get from hard water, flouride, or chlorine. Use whatever tea you like. The bags should be the standard size ones for making a cup of tea.

    Recipe #181345

    Haven't made meatloaf in YEARS and couldn't find my favorite recipe for it. I decided to wing it after discovering I didn't have enough ingredients in the cupboard to make the standard variety. It turned out F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S. Super-moist and very flavorful. Not too sweet. Leftovers made great sandwiches. To make the fresh breadcrumbs, simply tear some slices of bread up into smaller pieces and pulse in a food processor until fine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #413286

    These muffins are not too sweet and are filled with whole grains. The museli, sucanat sugar, and flax seeds help to lower the glycemic index. As with almost all baked goods, these muffins do not have a low glycemic load, so enjoy them in moderation. For the museli, I like to use Bob's Red Mill. You can substitute the muesli with granola, but it will increase the fat and calories. Enjoy!

    Recipe #188253


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