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    I have been making latkes for years. I have finally perfected the recipe.

    Recipe #403697

    Incredibly quick and easy pie dough. All these ingredients should be in your pantry. This is ideal for pumpkin pie or other custard pies. Roll it out a bit thicker and it will hold up to the pie. I finally converted the SO who kept insisting the store-bought were fine. Those things are thin and tasteless. Blech.

    Recipe #402680

    This started from a basic 30 minute chili recipe, but built into quite a project. The spices and their amounts should be, of course, tweaked to taste. Choose a beer you like to drink. I've tried Negra Modelo, Pacifico, and Blue Moon. Negra Modelo's been my favorite so far, but each of these beers has been really good. Try to go with a fattier turkey (the 93% vs. 99%), but if your supermarket only has the 99%, substituting 1 1/2 tablespoons of butter for a tablespoon of olive oil has worked for me in the past.

    Recipe #386604

    I love making this dish. Using turkey tail cuts out serious calories and is actually super cheap at the grocery store. The natural fattiness of the tail allows you to not add oil or butter, lowering the amount of calories you cook with

    Recipe #380866

    My rebbetzin gave me this recipe a few years ago. I had a disastrous Rosh Hashana in the honey cake department, went to a break-the-fast at her place, and she had this AMAZING cake. I've made it every year since and make it in the off-season, too. This is one of those cakes that gets better as it ages, so if you want to make it a day or even two ahead, it'll actually taste better. She says it's based upon a recipe in Marcy Goldman's cake in A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking, but that thing's out of print. I did find a copy of it, purchased it for the recipe, and found that it was.. lacking.. in the spice department. I haven't put in the optional whiskey to date, but I believe it's more traditional to use it. I've just never had it around. I also like using bundt pans for this. Did you know Hadassah asked NordicWare to make the original bundt pan?

    Recipe #354245

    This is based on a Paula Deen recipe, so it's quite rich ;) This is by far the most luxurious cookie I make. They never last long. They're painfully easy to make, which may be bad news for your waistline.

    Recipe #354158

    Chicken thighs have been the real bread and butter of my diet since my second year of college, when I started having to cover my own grocery bills :) This has become my all-time favorite way to spice them. If I need a side dish, I usually chop up an onion, sautee it for 30 seconds in the pan, and toss the onion and a handful of cherry tomatoes on top of the thighs and bake everything together.

    Recipe #247977


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