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    Make the dough ahead of time and keep in your freezer, so you can have dinner rolls without the bother of making fresh dough every time, and you can bake however many you like, not be trapped in a recipe much too large for your needs.

    Recipe #495557

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Another reverse engineered Dewey's pizza. This pizza is of superhero proportions.

    Recipe #495492

    Serve as a bagel spread, or with crackers, crudites, or as a spread for a wrap.

    Recipe #495409

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A Mardis Gras tradition in our home.

    Recipe #495408

    Very easy. I recommend using coarse-grind ground beef, but you can use any ground beef, or other ground meat if you like. Freezes well.

    Recipe #495372

    I am always trying to raise the bar on fried rice recipes. This one reminds me of some Vietnamese versions and has a hint of sweetness both from the lup cheong and the ketjap manis. With char siu it will taste more distinctively Chinese.

    Recipe #495168

    Justin Wilson's recipe, which irreverently, contains no celery. So much for the trinity theory.

    Recipe #495167

    You see the V word. You either will or you won't. It is not refined eating, but it's the kind of home cooking that working-class people love and enjoy every day. So, if you hate Velveeta, be nice or begone...

    Recipe #495001

    A kind of vegetable soup served in South India, usually accompanying idli or masala dosa. This version has some *slightly* Americanized ingredient options, if you can't find the vegetables native to India.

    Recipe #494961

    Recipe #494937

    Recipe #494874

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    From Foodland Ontario. Can be made ahead and reheated in a 350F oven until hot and crisp.

    Recipe #494831

    Recipe #494735

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Now that it's just me and my husband at most dinners, a big lasagna becomes a burden with the leftovers which I don't like to either freeze or eat for days on end This version is much smaller, but with all the same flavor you'd expect.

    Recipe #494720

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Like a cross between your favorite spring rolls and fried jalapeno poppers.

    Recipe #494717

    This makes one quart. Great for when you want to put together some jalapenos out of season. I don't use a water bath on this, since it's just one jar, but you could if you wished.

    Recipe #494715

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Spread with garlic butter for a tasty treat.

    Recipe #494698

    From Braai in Style. 4zwt

    Recipe #494538

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    For NA/ME recipe swap

    Recipe #494510

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    The technique intensifies the wonderful lime flavor. Adapted from Victor Sodsook's recipe in "True Thai".

    Recipe #494434

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