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    My Norwegian great-grandmother Alice used to make this dish at Christmas. She didn't leave me the recipe! I remember she used jam in it. This is one could be close. It is from "The Best Recipes in the World" by Mark Bittman.

    Recipe #170721

    Recipe #173995

    Cooked amaranth, berries, maple syrup, cinnamon and a splash of rice milk so much better than oatmeal!! This has become a staple for me on this Elimination Diet. I cook up a big batch of amaranth. Then, throughout the week I can put this together in under 5 minutes. Great for a quick breakfast or yummy filing desert. I love the "pop" of the amaranth! I use the 3 berry frozen mix from Costco. Frozen fruit is a must for me as I am doing this diet in the middle of winter. Use whatever non-dairy, non-soy milk you choose. I like rice milk. Adjust the toppings to your liking. Time to cook does NOT include the cooking of the amaranth. AMARANTH: This grain cooks up soupy. Don't add salt to the amaranth while cooking.

    Recipe #412129

    This is corn free, gluten free baking powder. The recipe is 1 part baking soda, 2 parts cream of tartar and 2 parts arrowroot powder. Make any amount you need.

    Recipe #411869

    This is a 5 minute "recipe". It's so simple it's silly. We came up with the idea when planning the food for my wedding last summer. We did all the cooking for 100 ourselves and really had no way to use my stove on the big day. Everything we served, except the salmon on the outdoor bbq, was a cold dish. The challenge we had was coming up with a vegetable "side" dish, that wasn't a salad to go with the salmon. This was the perfect answer. It was a huge hit. I think the key was using fabulous heirloom tomatoes, if you can't get heirlooms, use the best tastiest tomatoes you can. Using "buffalo mozzarella" is great if you have it. This recipe is just for 2 servings...it's obviously easy to adjust! You do need a knife and fork for this. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #181572

    This is a mayo based caesar dressing, made quickly in the blender. I usually double or triple the recipe, so I have dressing for the next day too! Adapted from a Food & Wine recipe from Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli and served in a restaurant aptly named Frankies, I think it's in Brooklyn. It's the best I've made. The original recipe does not call for lemon and I I missed that flavor and i wanted a bit more garlic. This recipe is what I ended up with. Served it for my DH 50th birthday and make it often now.

    Recipe #515416

    Yum! I posted this for just 1 serving. Just cook however much you want!! Elimination Diet Recipe Notes: The mushrooms are best tasting cooked and helped me meet a sort of meaty craving I was having.

    Recipe #411862

    Adopted this lovely recipe...original description was the following...A great sauce for fish, beans, polenta or just about any cooked vegetable.

    Recipe #62735

    Most saganaki seems to be fried with ouzo. Thought this might be a good alternative for those who don't want to "fry" or don't have ouzo on hand. Got this recipe from "Food Festival USA" cookbook. Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good! Posted for ZWT II - Greece

    Recipe #171212

    This is the best dressing ever. My mom got the recipe somewhere, and then adjusted it a bit, so she gets credit for it. Quick and delicious. The better quality the vinegars the better the dressing. I like to use a latte frother to mix the dressing. If you use the garlic make sure it is very fresh or it gets a little bitter in the dressing, it is optional. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #176016

    I saw this recipe on Everyday Italitan with Giada Di Laurentis and have been thinking about it ever since. I love homemade donuts, but I just never feel like waking up early to make them! This seems like the perfect solution.

    Recipe #335943

    I buy boneless skinless chicken thighs from Costco in bulk. I like to cook them in my pressure cooker and then freeze them. Whenever I need a quick meal, I just pull out a cooked thigh and add to pasta, make a sandwich etc. etc. Recipe is for 4 chicken thighs, but the timing should be fine for 10 - 12 thighs, just check after original 10 minutes and cook more if needed. (Timing for bone IN chicken is much different).

    Recipe #289549

    I was about to make Sheri D's Amaretto Sourcream Strawberries #161835, when my mom stopped by with 3 pounds of fresh Bing Cherries from Eastern Washington. She makes the 5 hour drive annually in July just to get fresh cherries and stock up on wine for the year! She saw what I was making and suggested the following recipes for the cherries. I don't care for the taste of powdered sugar, and I don't think the recipe needs it, so I don't use it, but you decide. These are so simple, elegant (except for spitting out the pits) and yummy! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #176253

    Adopted this recipe on 9/06. Love the combo of flavors and agree with the suggestions of the reviewers, a pinch of sugar would be good.

    Recipe #76261

    Danish Blue Cheese and Port sound like a great combo. This would be great for a party and will keep in the fridge for up to two weeks. Recipe is from Barbara Kafka's "Party Food".

    Recipe #171213

    A quick and easy way to use sage. Great as an appetizer or as a garnish to your favorite pasta or meat dish. This is the basic, no coating recipe and see my Fried Sage Leaves II for leaves with a light coating. You can use any kind of sage, but some people prefer the smaller varieties. Berggarten sage, which produces large leaves with a felty texture, can feel a bit fuzzy on the tongue. I listed the amount of sage leaves as one cup, but use 1 leaf or 40, whatever you need! Enjoy!

    Recipe #176231

    **Freezer Friendly recipe. Freeze in individual portions in freezer bags. I added fresh cilantro once before serving because I had it on hand. Fabulous. I have a lot to say about this little recipe. First it is ugly, really ugly. A totally white dish. It does taste fabulous. Do not omit the garnish, it adds color and the flavors are important. This recipe was a great solution to a "Costco" dilema I encountered. I buy boneless pork chops in bulk at Costco and needed some easy recipes other than traditional pork chops. I found this recipe in Mark Bittmans "The Best Recipes in the World" and of course adapted it to my needs. It takes about 15 minutes max to make. Love that! What I especially like, is that I learned to grind my own meat in my food processor. You simply cut the pork into chunks (1 - 2 inches) and put them in the processor. Pulse on and off until it's ground. I thought it would be a big gooey mess, but it worked perfectly! The original recipe call for 1/2 pound of uncooked shrimp, peeled and chopped. I just substituted cooked bay shrimp and add them at the end. (You could certainly leave out the shrimp). I also worried about the pork being cooked through, but becuase it was ground it only took a few minutes!! Nam Pla is an Asian fish sauce made from Anchovies. It is like a light soy sauce.

    Recipe #169974

    This came from Eating Well magazine. We have Italian Plum trees and I'm always looking for new recipes to use up all our plums! Use 1 pound of any kind of plums you like. I love that there are only 4 ingredients! The tag line on the recipe says "...spread on crackers with cream cheese or as a dipping sauce for grilled chicken."

    Recipe #241142

    This recipe comes from a Tom Douglas cookbook. The recipe calls for a red jalapeno, which is just a ripe version of a green jalapeno, if you can't find red, use green. You can make sauce a day ahead and keep covered in the fridge overnight, but don't add the cucumber until right before you serve. Enjoy!

    Recipe #180094

    This awesome salad is a "No Cook", "Simple" and (if you have a food processor) "20 Minutes or Less" recipe. It's a shredded salad that is easily adapted to smaller or larger servings and would be great for a potluck or bbq. The dressing is lemony and tangy. Use whatever apples appeal to you, but I don't recommend Granny Smith. A bit tart is okay, but the dressing is tangy and a sweeter apple helps balance that. I used Pink Ladies. The salad did fine overnight in the refrigerator, I was happy to find that the apples did not discolor and stayed crunchy overnight.

    Recipe #243367

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