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    142 Recipes

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    3 Reviews |  By P4

    I love, love, love this bread! The ingredients may seem sweet to you, but it really isn't. It's a little spicy, a little sweet, a little savory. I made my first batch when I was pregnant, ate one entire loaf right out of the oven, and then started another batch that same day so I wouldn't run out! I couldn't stop eating it, it's that good. It does require some long rising times, but the actual work you put into it is minimal. You need to allow 2 full days to make this bread. You will be rewarded, though - it's incredible. From Baking with Julia, my favorite baking book...

    Recipe #56109

    4 Reviews |  By P4

    This bread is fantastic, so don't let the odd directions scare you off. Everyone who has tried this bread has been instantly in love with it, and the loaves never last long - I once had both loaves disappear in 1 day! It's also very simple to put together and make. This bread is truly one of my all time favorites.

    Recipe #56107

    I really like crepe dishes, especially for brunch or "ladies" lunches. I like to fill them with a variety of fillings - chicken, seafood, ricotta & parmesan cheese, sauteed vegetables - and top with an appropriate sauce. This recipe is just for the crepe - fillings to be posted later...

    Recipe #56015

    Light, refreshing summer side dish. Great for picnics and barbeques.

    Recipe #56014

    7 Reviews |  By P4

    Being from the south, I'm very fond of grits. I really love this side dish where it is baked with cheese and garlic. This is excellent served at a brunch or with fried fish or baked ham.

    Recipe #56013

    3 Reviews |  By P4

    This recipe is an approximation of a famous dish in Cincinnati called "Skyline Chili" or just "Skyline". The original recipe was developed by a Greek who owned several chili parlors, and is very different from what most of us think of as chili. It's very popular in Cincinnati, but the recipe is kept very closely guarded secret. My husband LOVES Skyline, so I found 2 recipes that he declares are the closest to the one made in Cincinnati. This is the second recipe. When serving, you have to serve the chili with the toppings - each person can make their chili "3-way", "4-way" or "5-way" depending on the number of toppings they add.

    Recipe #56012

    7 Reviews |  By P4

    This recipe is an approximation of a famous dish in Cincinnati called "Skyline Chili" or just "Skyline". The original recipe was developed by a Greek who owned several chili parlors, and is very different from what most of us think of as chili. It's very popular in Cincinnati, but the recipe is kept very closely guarded secret. My husband LOVES Skyline, so I found 2 recipes that he declares are the closest to the one made in Cincinnati. This is the first recipe. When serving, you have to serve the chili with the toppings - each person can make their chili "3-way", "4-way" or "5-way" depending on the number of toppings they add.

    Recipe #56011

    1 Reviews |  By P4

    I got this recipe from a very dear friend. It's a nice change from standard, boring cranberry sauce. I make this every Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #56009

    4 Reviews |  By P4

    A great recipe if you are bored with standard cranberry sauce at the holidays. Also excellent served with duck and wild game.

    Recipe #56008

    17 Reviews |  By P4

    I love deviled eggs, especially in the summer with picnic food and barbeque.

    Recipe #56007

    I love sweet potato pie, and love this nut-brittle topping for it. It's really beautiful and impressive when finished, and delicious. This is a great pie for holidays or special occasions.

    Recipe #56006

    2 Reviews |  By P4

    From a New Orleans' friend. This pie is very good, and very sweet and very rich. Serve small slices with vanilla ice cream and coffee.

    Recipe #56005

    1 Reviews |  By P4

    I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it's wonderful.

    Recipe #56003

    5 Reviews |  By P4

    Nice alternative to plain waffles for breakfast. My family loves these.

    Recipe #55896

    1 Reviews |  By P4

    The title really says it all - duck confit with a Chinese twist. From one of my favorite chefs, the late, but very great, Barbara Tropp, and her great cookbook, China Moon.

    Recipe #55789

    Great snack, with an Asian twist.

    Recipe #55621

    3 Reviews |  By P4

    Last year I went on a trip to the West Coast and ate sturgeon for the first time. It is incredible! I ate at a restaurant called The Ark on Long Beach peninsula several times, and this was the sturgeon I enjoyed there. This dish is fantastic, and really easy to make. If you don't have sturgeon, I think any firm fleshed white fish would work.

    Recipe #55152

    Wonderful summertime dessert. A definite "Impress Your Friends" dessert.

    Recipe #54436

    6 Reviews |  By P4

    Basic dough from which you can make cream puffs, profiteroles, eclairs, cream puff swans or any manner of other desserts.

    Recipe #52842

    4 Reviews |  By P4

    A baker's basic. Genoise is a dry cake that is used with ingredients that are very moist, so they can soak up the extra moisture and take on that flavor, like trifles, or mousse filled cakes. This is my fool-proof formula.

    Recipe #52397

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