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    My friend Cara shared this family recipe with me - it's been a favorite on their table for years, and often requested. :) Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #109750

    I found this recipe in my mom's newspaper clipping collection, and know that from having seen various other Ninfa's recipes online that it would be greatly appreciated if posted. :) So, here it is - I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #109644

    Here's a recipe based on one from my mom's recipe clipping collection, then combined with Julia Child's wonderful buttery method of preparing garlic. Yum!

    Recipe #109535

    This year my mom brought to Thanksgiving dinner a pan of what the original recipe called "brownies" but looked more like a sheet cake. After taking a taste of it, I decided I had to type up and post the recipe - it is so wonderfully moist, almost gooey, and absolutely delicious! She clipped the recipe from a magazine, not sure which one. Mom says it was really easy to make. I say you'll love it and will be handing out the recipe to friends. :)

    Recipe #109414

    This recipe is from my mother's newspaper clipping recipe collection, so I'm not quite sure when or where it actually came from... I suspect it's from the 70s. I've tweaked it here and there - it originally called for dry soybeans soaked overnight, but I love edamame and they're much more widely available now than they used to be. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #109226

    During the holidays when I'm visiting with my family, one of the things my mom and sisters and I do is to swap recipes. Mom has a notebook stuffed full of recipes she's saved since she was first married, and this is her favorite dressing from that collection, one she makes on a regular basis. Delicious!

    Recipe #108985

    The FoodTV chef Giada De Laurentiis prepared this recently on her show "Everyday Italian." The episode featured a "Polenta Party" but this light cake sounded so much like it could be a great addition to Thanksgiving or Christmas menus that I wanted to get it down and post it for folks that might want it for their holiday tables. :) It would also be good for Easter! We made the cake for a recent Italian dinner party, and it was a nice, light ending to the meal.

    Recipe #108984

    Mr. Price's "Treasury of Great Recipes" is a wonderful cookbook that I'm privileged to have on my shelf! The style of recipe format is rather different from what we're used to these days, so I'm translating for a more modern audience. Posted by request. Times do not include overnight chilling, but do include chilling for the lettuce.

    Recipe #108983

    From Julia Child's "Way To Cook" - "to be used as a garnish, or to be pureed and used in sauces or other purees."

    Recipe #108744

    Adapted from "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" by Julia Child.

    Recipe #108104

    I've been collecting Julia's recipes, and recently found this one online.

    Recipe #108040

    This is how we make our Reuben sandwiches at our house. They're hearty, messy, usually require the aid of a knife and fork, and are absolutely delicious! We think it's because we make our own dressing... you can call it Thousand Island or French, whathaveyou. All we know is that we gladly lick it off our fingers when it dribbles. :) It's also a Pantry Challenge recipe, made with items we already had at home.

    Recipe #107927

    The combination of barbecue and sauerkraut might sound strange, but it's very tasty! We love the combination. :)

    Recipe #107862

    From the 2003 Penzey's holiday catalog. "Holiday gatherings bring family and friends together to share conversation, laughs, and a good meal. If you find yourself in a rut with your veggies, making the same thing every year, try this casserole for a change." Posted by request.

    Recipe #107739

    For a change of pace, try this eggplant and rice dressing to serve with your meats - delicious! Prep time does not include cooking of rice.

    Recipe #107638

    Sometimes we forget to write down our everyday, simple recipes. :) I figured I might as well get our family's tacos down. This is a combination of how Mom made them when I grew up and how we fix them these days with husband's and my updated tastes. It's also a Pantry Challenge recipe, made with items I already had at home

    Recipe #107538

    This layered extravaganza is deliciously slow-cooked, and is a wonderful way to use your leftover turkey from the holidays! Makes a good after-Thanksgiving or New Year's Eve/Day dinner party dish. Original recipe was from "Julia Child's Kitchen." Although the preparation sounds a bit complicated, all the steps are well laid out and it's not difficult to prepare. Guaranteed to impress! Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #107441

    This recipe is based on the dish from the Slanted Door restaurant in San Francisco. Flavorful and delicious!! (And pretty easy to make, too.)

    Recipe #107312

    Regardless of what Rob calls it, this eggnog is far from ordinary! Very, very rich, you'll want to serve this one to adults only. Guaranteed to impress! My friend Rob Lowry shared this recipe with me for one of my Christmas collection cookbooks a few years back. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #107009

    Delicious, warm, and rich, this dish is easy to prepare. I consider it a comfort food. It travels well, too, so is good for taking along to a friend's house or potlucks.

    Recipe #106829

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