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    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    My own version for entertaining. This made (as a side dish) more than enough for 15 people, but there were a lot of items in the buffet. Serving indicated are as a vegetarian main dish. This is inspired by and largely based on Kittencal's #118855, which is for stovetop and inside the oven.

    Recipe #204240

    1 Reviews |  By Demandy

    Entered for nutritionals and safe keeping, another barley risotto, vegetarian. I am unsure on number of servings. Recipe by Dori from http://thebakehouse-recipes.blogspot.com/.

    Recipe #201335

    3 Reviews |  By Demandy

    Healthy and easy rice cooker dish that you don't have to babysit, inspired by a Moosewood creation. This will be more like a casserole consistency than a stew, because the barley soaks up the cooking liquid. You can sub a can of diced tomatoes for the tomato paste and water. You may top with shredded cheddar cheese if you wish. This reheats wonderfully.

    Recipe #187781

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This is a modified version of Rachael Ray's Chicken a la King. It uses no condensed soups and is healthier than most a la kings. She serves it over some Grands biscuits that had paprika or cayenne sprinkled on top of them before baking. I served this over brown rice for health. She used pimientos as well, I replaced them with celery. You can put this on top of any starch.

    Recipe #186847

    1 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This is a make-ahead coffee cake with apple that uses no dairy. It is not vegan because it uses one egg, but you can replace the egg with 1/4 cup applesauce or powdered egg replacer if you wish. If you have no molasses, you can replace it with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar. You can simply prepare this the night before and pop it in the oven an hour before guests will arrive.

    Recipe #185090

    4 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This fried rice is a favorite of Hubby's and also was well-received by guests. It's easy to whip up quickly if you need to. I try to use the minimal amount of meat needed to give it good flavor to the whole dish when I make it just for the two of us. You may want to increase to 1/2 lb shrimp if serving to guests. Hubby actually prefers this using 1/2 lb pork in place of the shrimp, but this is healthier. Sometimes I sub fake crab for the shrimp. It ends up a little sweeter but still good. Scallops are also a delicious option.

    Recipe #183956

    4 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This is a base recipe so you can work with what jello and/or liquor you already have in your bar. Usually it's best to model the shot after an already existing drink, or to use plain vodka or light rum with a fruit flavor and using the same type of fruit as a floater. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #183835

    1 Reviews |  By Demandy

    I wanted to create a new type of empanada using some middle-eastern spices and a healthier meat. These little babies would be great to take on a picnic, in a lunch, or to the beach. They are also a low-calorie, low-fat meal. These have no cheese or red meat, and would be fine for IBS sufferers.

    Recipe #183397

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This is a mild, slightly sweet dish I concocted because I wanted to combine an Acorn squash with some ground turkey and barley. Barley is my new favorite grain, this is a very healthy combo! Note: You can probably put the diced squash in uncooked and it will cook with the rest of the food, but I wasn't brave enough to try it on my first attempt. My research found that steamed squash can cook in 25 minutes, so it should have plenty of time to cook in this dish without pre-nuking.

    Recipe #178825

    I just invented this tonight, and I'm posting it with the picture to tempt you. I formulated this to only use one pot, not including the baking dish. Let me know if I should adjust some of the liquids, because I modified as I went. I like to do two smaller pans instead of one large one because you can freeze one and then pop it in the oven on a later busy night.

    Recipe #177278

    This was my grandmother Alice Carbo's recipe. It is for a versatile dressing that can be used for different types of salads. Just change the seasonings that you use in it (celery salt, prepared mustard, salt, pepper, dill, etc.).

    Recipe #177057

    This is a yeast-risen cake that is based on our family's Easter Bread. I have never made it, but found it on the back of a very old index card of my grandmother's. It looks to be an easier version of the bread (#165701). The instructions are vague, but I'm going to do the best I can. Times are estimates and I have no idea how much this makes.

    Recipe #177056

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This was my grandmother's recipe (Alice Carbo), or at least I found it among her collection of postcards and things, and it had her name on it. It looks interesting, but I haven't tried it. Kind of like a cross between a deviled egg casserole and eggs benedict. Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #176741

    My grandmother Alice Carbo would often make this light-textured cake for birthdays.

    Recipe #176680

    This pound cake is from a great aunt, so I have posted it to preserve it within my family cook book here on 'Zaar. There are lots of pound cake recipes but this one is a little different because it uses crisco and no butter.

    Recipe #176677

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    Happy 4th of July! This will make enough shots for your party or barbeque. (About two cookie sheets full.) You can always experiment from here depending on if you have any other liquors in the house. Cook time is chill time. EDIT: I've edited this to improve the coconut shots. Also, Jello has started to make "Limited Edition" Pina Colada flavored jello which is perfect for the white ones. It comes out in a cream color and you'll only need to add water and liquor.

    Recipe #176146

    The rice pilaf part of this comes from Hensperfer and Kaufmanns' Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook. I used a Sanyo Fuzzy Logic rice cooker (6 cup). The lemon and wine steams the shrimp nicely while the rice cooks.

    Recipe #174002

    8 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This recipe is easy and simple. I often add shredded cheddar and green onions to spice it up. You can switch out canned salmon for the tuna.

    Recipe #169935

    3 Reviews |  By Demandy

    Inspiration for this one comes from Bumblebee on Allrecipes, but I have modified it to my tastes, and brought down the calories a bit. I like to make this for Super Bowl parties, it is filling and addictive.

    Recipe #169885

    1 Reviews |  By Demandy

    My mother made this for me when I was growing up.

    Recipe #169876

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