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    1 Reviews |  By 54

    i found what turned out to be a wonderful espresso martini here (http://www.recipezaar.com/96758). at least i think it was wonderful. everybody i served it to liked it quite a bit. unfortunately, i can't stand coffee. so, i tweaked it a bit and made a very delicious chocolate version. measurements are kind of estimated, i used the top of my cocktail shaker instead of a shot glass, i've also been known to use cups for larger crowds. just keep the proportions the same. oh yeah, i also made a round with half vanilla and half raspberry vodka. also very yummy. cherry is up next on my to-try list. many, many thanks to chef pgserver6 for the inspiration!

    Recipe #188985

    3 Reviews |  By 54

    Just because I don't eat meat doesn't mean I don't miss certain things--especially certain comfort foods. This is one of those foods. I've even impressed a few self-proclaimed carnivores with these. The avocados are optional, but they really do add to the whole...ummm... sandwich experience? Wow that sounds kinda lame. Anyway, I suppose you could use actual ground beef to make these but I cannot vouch for that version of this recipe. Prep/cooking times are estimated.

    Recipe #187040

    3 Reviews |  By 54

    i'm always looking for a quick and easy recipe for low-key, bring-a-dish-to-share-if-you-feel-like-it type parties. this one definitely works. all of the seasonings are to taste and can easily be swapped out for other things. a few notes: if you can't find strawberry tomatoes, any other bite-sized type will work just fine. add the garlic one clove at a time and taste after each addition. you can always add more if you like. if you can't find lemon olive oil, normal olive oil and lemon juice work nicely. lastly, if you can't get fresh herbs, try looking for flavored feta. failing that, i'm sure dried would be ok too.

    Recipe #186699

    1 Reviews |  By 54

    i don't remember what prompted me but i decided that i needed to make a bluberry pie. oddly enough, none of my cookbooks had a recipe so i turned to my friend the internet. after finding countless "thaw frozen dough, add canned pie filling" recipes i decided to try and put together one of my own. you will need 1 9-inch pie crust. i like to use one i found here, #20984 flaky pie crust posted by teresa m. it's easy to make and use but, if you have your own favorite, go ahead and use it. though i haven't tried it yet, i have a feeling this would be just as good with any other berry, cherry, apple, or even peach filling. one more note - prep time is estimated and depends mainly on your choice of crust.

    Recipe #185993

    3 Reviews |  By 54

    sadly, i did not come up with the name but these are really great muffins all the same. this recipe is from my rapidly deteriorating goddess in the kitchen cookbook (by marjie lapanja) and i figured here would be a good place to keep this. just a few notes: i make my own applesauce for this. just cut up a few apples, put them in a pot, add water and boil 'til saucey. i've found that a microplane is perfect for grating the carrots and, as for the fresh fruit, anything will work really. i like a combo of mango and crushed pineapple but pretty any non-citrus fruit is fine. prep time and cooking times are both estimated.

    Recipe #179506


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