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    4 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Judi generously shared this recipe with me after Thanksgiving dinner one year. Everybody loved these potatoes.

    Recipe #40238

    48 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Prep time is 5 minutes. The rest is time marinating.

    Recipe #39911

    1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    I always adapt this original recipe from nutritionist Melissa Diane Smith's book, "Going Against the Grain". It's a terrific recipe. I use a 9x13 pan, 4 chops, as much cabbage mix as will fit in the pan, and lots & lots of caraway. I haven't needed much water, I've found, but I always check anyway. This is so easy, you have to try it at least once! Maybe you'll love it! I do, which is why I make enough to have leftovers. : )

    Recipe #39887

    Recipe #39800

    From Bon Appetit and chef Eileen Joyce, sole doesn't get much easier to prepare than this!

    Recipe #39781

    6 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Another original from Melissa Diane Smith's book, "Going Against the Grain". I make this just as she wrote it. They're delicious and freeze well.

    Recipe #39770

    11 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Easy, easy! Just watch them closely so they don't burn! Great for snacking on, topping salads, soups, etc. They're lower in sodium than store-bought bagel chips. I make them wheat-free/gluten-free with bagels from

    Recipe #39665

    15 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    I'm the only one in my household that likes eggplant, so when I found this easy recipe years ago, I held onto it tight. Adjust the cheese amounts to suit yourself.

    Recipe #39586

    Recipe #39531

    5 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    From "Raga Cuisine of India" comes another favorite local (to Seattle) restaurant recipe. The book says the same spiced batter could coat shrimp, cubed fish, or strips of chicken to serve as a substantial starter or part of a main course. The batter will thicken the longer it stands, so it's best to coat the vegetables and fry them right after it is made. Be sure to have the vegetables already trimmed and portioned before you begin to mix the batter. Pick a couple of contrasting chutneys--perhaps one spicy, one milder-- to serve with the fritters. Ajwain is a unique spice, related to caraway and cumin but with a flavor more reminiscent of thyme. It's available in Indian markets and specialty spice shops but can also be omitted from the recipe. Gram flour (not to be confused with graham flour) may also be labeled 'besan' or 'chickpea' or 'garbanzo' flour.

    Recipe #39530

    Here's one use for Easy Peasy Ginger Beer!

    Recipe #39462

    3 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    From "Fondue: Great Food To Dip, Dunk, Savor, and Swirl", by Rick Rodgers. My husband makes this and I make the wheat-free bread and we also dip red and green apples. Other dippers could be boneless cooked chicken cubes, cooked garlic sausage or knockwurst, boiled new potatoes, blanched asparagus, broccoli, or cauliflower.

    Recipe #39457

    4 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    My other favorite from Seattle's Ponti Seafood Grill. Go Chef Alvin Binuya!!! Recommended wine is "Mersaut, Charriere, Thillets Vineyard", but personally, forget the beverage, just give me the prawns! This has been a favorite of mine for YEARS, but I just found the recipe in "Savoring Seattle". 100% of net proceeds go to FareStart which is an internationally acclaimed job training program for the homeless. I have no affiliation with the organization, but I do love a good cause, so if you like cookbooks, check this one out! It's a good one featuring 38 of Seattle's "Best" Chef's.

    Recipe #39392

    2 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    This came in my e-mail from Betty Crocker/All Recipes.

    Recipe #39386

    I adore our Seattle restaurants. Palisade is one not to miss when in the area. You could bake the crab-stuffed mushrooms on a baking sheet instead, but you'll miss out on the subtle woodsy aroma that the mushrooms absorb.

    Recipe #39376

    4 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Heidi Rabel, author of "The What To Fix For Dinner Coobook" also teaches. I had the pleasure of attending a day-long soup class hosted by my husband's Aunt. Heidi is very involved with the YWCA and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of her book are donated to the YWCA of Seattle-King County emergency shelter program. She teaches the women in the shelter what they need to know in order to cook and feed their families affordable nutritious meals. I think you'll like this recipe!

    Recipe #39328

    1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Avocado, tomato, thick bacon slices crumbled, hard-boiled egg wedges, leafy lettuce, gorgonzola, am I forgetting anything? I LOVE Cobb Salad!!! Let's eat!

    Recipe #39189

    1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    An old-time English drink.

    Recipe #39116

    I haven't tried this one, but I don't want it to get lost in my piles of recipes at home. It sounds so different! Like 'Summer' with a hint of 'Autumn'. Perfect for September in the Northern Hemisphere.

    Recipe #39012

    1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    "From the Brown Derby Cookbook..." is where the newspaper said it came from. I haven't tried this yet, but I intend to. Maybe one of the more experienced Chef's here can explain to me why a mixture of oils instead of just one oil is beneficial. I was looking for a Cobb Salad Dressing recipe when I found this one. The paper said Brown Derby used this dressing on their Cobb Salad. I'm interested to try it because I'm always looking for good homemade salad dressings. Keeping my fingers crossed that it's a good one!!!

    Recipe #39003

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