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    Wwondeful Thai favors wrapped up on crispy cabbage cups. From the blog Fabtastic Eats.

    Recipe #505521

    I got this recipe from a Mexican friend, tastes authentic to me. She told me using Comet Rice ( not instant ) is a must.

    Recipe #430754

    I love the Key Lime Pie from Pappadeaux seafood restauraunt and found the recipe at http://www.copykat.com/. I used a 10 inch springform pan and it worked beautifully.

    Recipe #410258

    My grandkids love this pie. I leave out the rum in the whipped cream and add a bit of vanilla. This recipe is from http://desertcandy.blogspot.com/2009/04/mississippi-mud-pie.html

    Recipe #410176

    From Epicurious.com. The recipe is by Abigail Johnson Dodge. You might want to reduce the coconut milk the day before, it takes awhile. The reduced coconut milk adds big flavor.

    Recipe #385417

    This recipe is from George Mateljan - The World's Healthiest Foods. I love his recipes and his website - whfoods.org I used Orange Roughy but any firm white fish would do fine.

    Recipe #385098

    A good meat loaf recipe, my kids loved it when they were little.

    Recipe #383476

    This recipe is from a new web site goodbite.com.by Jeanne Kelly Kitchens. The only change I made is to lightly steam the green beans and the corn on the cocb.

    Recipe #379214

    An unusual and refreshing salad I found at A Veggie Venture food blog. Low carb and WW 1 point.

    Recipe #377541

    I found this recipe on Smitten Kitchen - a favorite blog for foodies. I love this recipe. I made it twice this week.

    Recipe #373443

    Use a combination of greens - like Kale, mustard, chard or spinach, whatever looks good.

    Recipe #364683

    I got this recipe from kalynskitchenblogspot.com A simple bean dish that is great to make ahead. The star of the recipe is chopped fresh parsly.

    Recipe #359369

    Recipe #338911

    By Dean Fearing. This is part of his Tortilla-Corn Bread Dressing recipe # 334396

    Recipe #334397

    By Dean Fearing of The Mansion in Dallas. This recipe was in Food & Wine November 2007. I haven't made it yet but I plan to try it this Thanksgiving. I'll let you know how it goes.

    Recipe #334396

    From 101cookbooks.com I use leftover brown rice for this.

    Recipe #314338

    Adapted from Bon Appetit this is a slightly sweet dressing that is good on spinach salad.

    Recipe #314135

    Recipe #314134

    I got this recipe from smitthkitchen.com. Use good quality white chocolate and fleur de sel salt for sprinkling on top. I used Penzey's French Grey Sea Salt.

    Recipe #304272

    This recipe is from cooking blog Smittenkitchen.com. (The introduction is hers).It's difficult to imagine a more mundane-sounding dish than Pasta with Baked Tomato Sauce — and yet this extremely simple pasta is a breakthrough, not like any other you've ever eaten. And so good you'll make it again and again. The sauce is made from roasted cherry tomatoes, very ripe ones. These diminutive tomatoes with the big taste are then covered with a cheesey-garlicky-bread crumb mixture and set in the oven. Just before serving, you tear some basil leaves into the roasted tomato mixture and that's your sauce, right in the oven dish: add some corkscrew or butterfly pasta and you have dinner. Italian cookbook author Nancy Harmon Jenkins points out that the ony trick to this dish is using really ripe cherry tomatoes'which are easy to find all year long. If they're not available, use any red, ripe tomatoes and quarter them. From The Best American Recipes via Epicruious.com

    Recipe #303885

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