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    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

    This recipe is from Paula Deen's Home Cooking show and is a delicious and easy change of pace for holiday dessert! This serves a large crowd, so is good for potlucks, too.

    Recipe #106824

    This recipe is based on one I originally got from from the Wolf House Bed and Breakfast on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. It is absolutely delicious!! Wendy Burgess at Wolf House says: "Prepare the batter the night before for a delectable, fresh, and warm coffee cake for breakfast. This is perfect for a sweet wake-up call to overnight guests or anytime you want to treat yourself after sleeping in!" Total time listed does not include chilling overnight.

    Recipe #106604

    The hubby requested Mongolian Beef and I'm a big fan of crock pot cooking, so here is the result of my trying to combine the two. Although there's no way to get the slightly crispy texture of real Mongolian Beef from a slow-cooker recipe, this *tastes* like it and the meat comes out nice and tender, with a very flavorful and tasty sauce! This is my recipe #3 from the Pantry Challenge: I am making a dish from whatever I have at home already - those ingredients which are "just waiting around."

    Recipe #106335

    Flavorful and a bit decadent, this butternut dish is very tasty! I got this recipe from a friend a few years back, and have tweaked it to my own liking since.

    Recipe #106254

    I usually make Chile Verde with pork, but I recently had some buffalo thawed and wanted verde, so... :) I basically used the same favorite easy recipe that I have for the pork version, and it worked quite well. Yum!

    Recipe #106049

    Posted by request, here's my take on Taco Bell's Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes...

    Recipe #105948

    I'm a big fan of soups, and also wanted some succulent salmon for dinner. This soup nicely provided both, with great flavor and minimal preparation. This is my second recipe from the Pantry Challenge: I am making a dish from whatever I have at home already--those ingredients which are "just waiting around."

    Recipe #105744

    I'd seen many white salsa recipes available, but didn't like how high in fat they were. So I created this flavorful version many years ago. I hope you like it! :) Cooking time includes chilling.

    Recipe #105547

    This is one of those weird but wonderful comfort foods from my childhood. You wouldn't believe how delicious it is!! Although sometimes I make it without the bacon, I really do prefer it with...

    Recipe #105236

    Rich, savory scalloped potatoes that you'll want to make again and again! Careful, though - they're far from lowfat. :) Based on a recipe from Food and Wine Magazine.

    Recipe #105027

    This is the first of my Pantry Challenge recipes. I am making a dish from whatever I have at home already - those ingredients which are "just waiting around." This soup came out quite nicely, with a great texture and a wonderfully creamy and rich taste! The leftovers didn't last long, either... hubby and I ended up "fighting" over who got the last bit. :)

    Recipe #104725

    I didn't learn this method by reading it any of Julia's books, but rather by watching her show. Some of my earliest memories are of sitting with my mother as a little girl, watching Julia on the television. I'd even thought for the longest time that Mom had named me after her! (It wasn't until a couple of years ago that I found out differently, but I still think of my name as Julia's tribute.) I recently went to the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington DC and was delighted to discover her kitchen preserved there - I spent a very, very long time just standing there, soaking in as much of her as I could. So, whenever you need garlic in a recipe and you want it nice and soft and oh-so-flavorful, prepare it this way!

    Recipe #104441

    My favorite commercially available curry powder is from Penzey's, called the Maharajah Style Curry Powder. But when I've been out of it (horrors!) I've made my own curry powder - based on the Penzey's Maharajah ingredients - from ground spices, and this mix is also wonderfully flavorful and tasty. It is sweet and not hot, although you could add some hot ground chile to it, to taste, if you like.

    Recipe #104344

    This pastry goes well with savory pies (buttermilk pie, meat pies, yam pie, veggie pies, etc) - a nice change of pace! The cornmeal in the pastry gives it a lovely crumbly texture. Based on a recipe from "Food and Wine Magazine," Oct 2004.

    Recipe #104143

    Almost ridiculously easy to make, this soup is based on a recipe from "S.O.U.P.S. - Seattle's Own Undeniably Perfect Soups" by Michael Congdon and is my absolute favorite soup. Although it is titled as "southwestern," this soup tastes very much like my favorite Indian dish of Chicken Korma, a mild, flavorful, non-spicy curry. I also use the soup as a baking sauce for chicken breasts, thighs, and cubed tofu - very tasty!

    Recipe #103950

    Feeding a bunch of people at a potluck? Like sauerkraut and sausage? Then you'll like this one. :) It feeds a lot of people, so make sure you've got a *large* crock pot (or put it in two smaller ones)...

    Recipe #103843

    ...or Grapeballs or Those Meatball Things You Make! There are a lot of copies of this old favorite out there, and here's my version. It has a few more ingredients than the usual, but they make these tasty tidbits even more incredibly delicious!

    Recipe #103746

    I wanted to make a different sort of meatloaf for dinner last night, and this is what I came up with. This meatloaf is moist and cheesy and oh-so-delicious! Tastes pretty darn good cold, too. :) I often make a double batch and freeze one in a disposable meatloaf pan to give to bachelor friends.

    Recipe #103644

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