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    This recipe comes from one of my favorite cookbooks I use in the summer, The Thrill of the Grill by Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby. It compliments any grilled food. I personally enjoy this dish with grilled fish or pork that has an Indonesian flare. The cook time is actually refrigeration time before serving.

    Recipe #314377

    Created during the '20s at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Green Goddess dressing goes modern here with the addition of goat cheese. Anchovies are traditional in this dressing and even though this recipe omits them, feel free to add if your taste ditates. This creamy, rich dressing is wonderful on Butter lettuce, however feel free to serve on any crisp green along with your favorite salad add-ins. This recipe makes a lot, 16 servings. I have halved it with success. From Bon Appetit 2004

    Recipe #263123

    This recipe for meatballs is the best that I have discovered. It came from the cookbook, "The Cooking of Italy". It actually is a Time-Life book, that has amazing information on the history of Italian cooking along with the regional applications. My ex mother in-law, who was born and raised in Italy says it's pretty accurate. She was and still is an amazing cook and baker at the age of 88. I still call her for help on recipes. Whoever tries this recipe, I hope you enjoy these meatballs as much as my family does.

    Recipe #261432

    This is a recipe from my mother, who got it from her mother. To me it's more like a cake than a pudding, but hey, who am I to question my mother. It was and still is a summertime favorite when blueberries are in season. The original recipe called for Huckleberries. We could not always or rarely find them, so mother used the blueberries. When I was young, I would eat this for breakfast. The hard sauce sounds a little unusual with the vinegar, give it a try. You will be pleasantly surprised. I have given the exact recipe that was in my mother's manuscript cookbook. However I use up to 2 quarts of blueberries and closer to 1 teaspoon of freshly grated nutmeg. The original hard sauce recipe called for a good lump of butter, I calculated that to 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #242691


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