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    I missed this bread pudding so much when I left college - famous in my dining hall. Scripps just posted the recipe much to my delight! So good my college friends actually request this for their birthday. I especially love this with challah

    Recipe #495553

    Wonderful on all sorts of things: greek yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, pies, bread pudding, and cakes to name a few

    Recipe #494778

    A creation of my own made last minute to feed superbowl guests. Top with any of the suggestions below or whatever you think up to customize to your own liking

    Recipe #494764

    adapted from Martha Stewart. no mayo here!

    Recipe #494647

    This recipe is something I came up with to go with a box of Golden Curry Sauce mix I spontaneously purchased (what a find!). I made it with just veggies but I think adding some protein (chicken, beef, tofu, etc) would be great too. The flavors are so savory with a hint of spice (cinnamon?). You can find Golden Curry at most grocery stores in the Asian section - I found mine at an average Ralphs.

    Recipe #494562

    delicious! not traditional, but amazing!

    Recipe #494220

    supremely chewy rich bar

    Recipe #494192

    From 101 Cookbooks Nearly a pound of peppermint bark goes into these cookies, not quite, but close. This is a large batch of cookies, I typically bake off half of them, form the rest of the dough into cookie-sized balls, and place them in freezer bag for later use. Purchase good peppermint bark - it's worth it. In the past I admit I've attempted to cut corners (be forewarned)

    Recipe #493859

    from a recipe exchange. very cheap, healthy and easy.

    Recipe #493461

    from martha stewart. this is a wonderful fall drink for entertaining. it tastes so light and fruity while still being spicy! You can subsitute oranges or clementines for the kumquats

    Recipe #492385

    From Perry's Plate via Taste of Home

    Recipe #491954

    who knew something so expensive in the store could be so easy to make??? This is from smitten kitchen

    Recipe #491705

    I know there are a bunch of other recipes out there but I think this one has the best balance of flavors! Using Greek yogurt makes this.

    Recipe #491596

    From recipe girl. Super super rich so a little goes a long way! Great, full eggnog flavor!

    Recipe #491595

    Made up as a great vegetarian gyro!

    Recipe #491593

    Recipe #491162

    Recipe #491022

    a twist on an old favorite

    Recipe #490855

    From chef chloe, This is vegan but you'd never know it - the avocado adds a wonderful creaminess! yield is a guess

    Recipe #490406

    adapted from pithy and cleaver...a nice fancy twist on an old favorite

    Recipe #490365

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