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    I tweaked my recipe for Chocolate Zucchini Hazelnut Bread to come up with this. The orange extract and spices mask the olive oil flavor pretty well. This could also be baked in a 9 x 5 loaf pan for about 50 minutes but I haven't tried that yet. SUBSTITUTION: You can use one cup regular flour instead of the oat and soy flours.

    Recipe #499234

    This is very similar to my recipe #492715 with the addition of cocoa powder and chocolate chips. The peanut butter taste is very bold. The batter is easy to work with when shaping into cookies. NOTE: I use natural-style creamy peanut butter which usually has a film of oil on top of the jar. I always remove as much of the top layer of oil as possible (and the cookie dough for this recipe is pretty greasy anyway).

    Recipe #497669

    I had been wanting to make cheesecake with Greek yogurt. I whipped this up tonight, making a composite of a few different recipes, including recipe #466606, which is incredible if you want a full-fat version of pumpkin cheesecake pie (made with cream cheese). I baked this in a metal pie pan; you should reduce the oven temperature by 25 degrees F. if using a glass pie pan.

    Recipe #495038

    I concocted this on new year's eve and am posting it. Gotta join a gym this week!

    Recipe #492715

    This was inspired by my other butternut squash soup recipe (#402703). The orange flavoring is optional. I use pre-cut, cubed squash when I can find it or frozen squash. You can also use a small fresh butternut squash. (The prep time assumes you are using pre-cut or frozen squash.) I use almond milk in this recipe (I like Almond Breeze) instead of cream or half and half. You can save a little time by roughly chopping the onion and garlic, because the soup will be pureed later. I do chop the ginger rather finely because it is so fibrous, and I don't want lumps in the soup that didn't get pureed.

    Recipe #410317

    Posted here for safekeeping. This is another variation on Julia's basic recipe for leek and potato soup.

    Recipe #270735

    Posted here for safekeeping. This is the basic recipe with variations, so you can create your own favorite version. I usually make this non-dairy using vegetable stock, which I actually prefer over the dairy version given here. I usually cook my soup for less time than this recipe indicates and it comes out fine.

    Recipe #270731

    Posted here for safekeeping. Here is the basic recipe with suggested garnishes on the serving plate. The amount of butter and/or cream is given as in the original recipe for historical interest and for anyone wishing to try the fully loaded classic version.

    Recipe #269145

    Another yummy-sounding recipe that I am posting for safekeeping. This is baked in an 11-12 inch baking dish or skillet about 2 inches deep or individual baking dishes about 6 inches in diameter.

    Recipe #269004

    Posted here for safekeeping. You can also use all milk instead of cream and omit the butter pieces on top. NOTE: As suggested by one reviewer (Dec. 13, 2010), I am revising the recipe to correct a typo. (Sorry for the inconvenience!)

    Recipe #268841

    This is my take on Julia's classic recipe. I use milk instead of cream and find it to be rich enough, since I am also using butter and cheese. I tend to simplify some of her details and I also use less butter than her recipe calls for.

    Recipe #268405

    There are several versions of this wonderful recipe floating around. This is my particular take on it, posted here for safekeeping. I will give the "standard" ingredients first and will then give the alternate (healthier) ingredients that I personally use. I am guesstimating the number of cookies this yields. I am updating this recipe on 12/22/12 to make a gluten-free version that I tried out and liked. The two changes are using brown rice flour instead of regular flour and doubling the amount of egg (brown rice flour tends to produce a crumbly product but extra egg offsets this).

    Recipe #267644

    Adapted from an old newspaper clipping and posted here for safekeeping. This is a light, "guilt free" version of peach crisp. Next time I make this, I want to try sweetening the peaches with agave nectar but would still use brown sugar in the topping.

    Recipe #267642

    These yummy appetizers can be served on a buffet table or as party snacks. Use organic ingredients if you can find them. The amounts given are very approximate because I never really measure this. While the salt is optional, I like to add it because it adds another layer of flavor and contrasts with the sweetness of the dates. This tastes good whether you use a lot of dates or just a few - your choice.

    Recipe #267304

    Posted here for safekeeping. Although she specified sifted flour, I believe today's flour does not require pre-sifting.

    Recipe #265192

    Richard Grausman created his lighter version of the classic French watercress soup in his book, "At Home With The French Classics." The traditional soup is thickened with potatoes; this is thickened with zucchini. I in turn adapted his recipe somewhat. Use the leaves from one bunch of watercress. PLEASE NOTE: this soup is WW friendly, even though it is not titled or categorized as such. To make the soup @ zero points, I use no fat and just boil the leeks (can sub white onion) in the broth. I usually add a little olive oil to the bowl just before serving, so if you do that, remember to count points for the oil or butter you use.

    Recipe #192222

    Amounts are suggestions only. You can use lettuce or mixed greens instead of mache. Use pink or ruby grapefruit. As AmandaInOz suggested, I am revising this recipe to include a Dijon dressing. I like Trader Joe's Dijon mustard with white wine.

    Recipe #190547

    I am getting off grains, and therefore am coming up with no-grain recipes. If you wish, you could add a little cooked, drained quinoa, or try soaking the quinoa instead of cooking. I use about 12-15 parts parsley to 1 part mint. The amounts are approximate and should be adjusted to taste.

    Recipe #190512

    I adapted this recipe given to me by a Lebanese friend. The amounts shown are only suggestions - adjust them to suit your taste. I did not include lettuce or mixed greens in the ingredient list - sometimes I make the salad with them and sometimes without them. When I don't have fresh mint leaves, I tear open a teabag (of organic peppermint tea) and use part of the contents. Re the sumac: it is a characteristic spice but is sour, so start with a small amount to see if you like it.

    Recipe #188650

    In the early 1990’s Gourmet Magazine did a series of Passover cakes which I now cannot find on epicurious.com. I had copied some of them and am posting them here. (Preparation and baking time shown does not include cooling and refrigeration time.)

    Recipe #188641

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