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    These muffins are full of flavor and wholesome goodness. They are not the typical, over-sweet muffins you might find at the grocery store or coffee shop. This recipe was inspired by THE LAUREL'S KITCHEN BREAD BOOK (1984) by Laurel Robertson.

    Recipe #432623

    I had the wonderful experience of going to an all-women's Catholic college. The Benedictine sisters fed us very well, and this is the recipe for their famous chocolate chip cookies. It is a soft, shortening-based cookie with a "sinful" amount of chocolate chips. I have been making this recipe for 25 years now, and I've only made a few changes to "modernize" it. For example, I use only non-hydrogenated vegetable shortening with zero trans fat. And I do not mix these by hand anymore. By the time all the chocolate chips go in it is a very stiff dough, so I do it all in my big kitchen-aid standing mixer. Note: If you cannot find non-hydrogenated shortening at your regular market you'll be able to find it at a natural food store such as Whole Foods.

    Recipe #307089

    I found this dressing in the MOOSEWOOD RESTAURANT CELEBRATES cookbook. This dressing is well suited for green salads that incorporate dried or fresh fruit.

    Recipe #241560

    These are a treasure! I find them at farmers' markets in the early summer. This recipe is my favorite preparation, steamed and simple. I serve them as a warm side dish, but I always cook extra so I have leftovers in the refrigerator for cold snacks and salads. They have the texture of green beans with a light and fresh garlic flavor. Alternative preparations include sauted in olive oil or added to soups and stews.

    Recipe #239597

    This recipe, with a few minor additions, is from Donna Hay's OFF THE SHELF: COOKING FROM THE PANTRY. (2001) I highly recommend all her cookbooks. The photography is beautiful and the recipes inspiring. This can be served as a main dish or a side dish.

    Recipe #238769

    This is a delicious and versitile condiment. I find it especially good with grilled pork loin. This is a great way to use your green tomatoes in the garden at the end of the season. I found this in a cookbook I got at the library called THE COUNTRY STORE. (Unfortunately I did not write down the author's name.) Cooking time does not include processing time.

    Recipe #238623

    Surprisingly good. A recipe from my wonderful sister-in-law who serves this with her holiday hams.

    Recipe #236647

    I use this as a side dish, an appetizer and also as a main dish. I found this recipe in "New Frontiers in Western Cooking" by Greg Patent (2002). I often use yellow organic onions in place of sweet onions. Both variations taste wonderful.

    Recipe #232952

    A simple and light sauce for the barbecue; this is a nice alternative to a sticky, sweet sauce. My family loves it, and it is very easy to prepare. (This technique uses a gas grill.)

    Recipe #232487

    This recipe was written down by Chief Earl Old Person, chief of the Blackfeet Nation, and published as part of fundraising cookbook called "Montana Celebrity Cookbook." (1992) My only modification to the published recipe was to clarify the technique. This is traditionally served with roasted meats or with wild berry jams.

    Recipe #232486

    This recipe was adapted from the book "Flatbreads and Flavors" by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Guguid. My family loves the mixture of potatoes and chicken.

    Recipe #216360


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