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    Got this from Epicurious. Make sure to use flat soda. Let the soda stand at room temperature for at least 4 hours or overnight, this is important because you will need to boil the soda. The sauce can be prepared ahead of time (up to one week), cover and refrigerate. Bring to room temperature before using. The ribs can also be prepared up to the baking step one day ahead, keep covered in foil packets and refrigerate. Let stand at room temperature 1 hour before continuing with adding sauce. For the Dijon mustard with horseradish, since I couldn't find any, I just add about a teaspoon or two of horseradish to the Dijon mustard. If you can't barbecue the ribs on the last step, just broil them in the oven until the sauce has caramelized.

    Recipe #405060

    This is a combination of a couple recipes, which I've tweaked over the past few years to make it my own. Posting here so I can always find it. Note: I always use parchment paper for less mess, as the dough is very sticky and thick. From other people's notes, I've learned to just use a spatula and my wooden spoon for shaping the dough. You can of course substitute the wheat flour for all-purpose flour.

    Recipe #403088

    Chocolaty cookies with mini marshmallows. Yummy. These cookies actually seem to "age" well, and taste even better after a couple days... if they stick around long enough! Note: Do not refrigerate the dough or it will become too hard to handle. You may have to let it sit out longer than half an hour depending on the room temperature, otherwise the dough will not cooperate and will be too soft (because of the melted chocolate).

    Recipe #401575

    This is actually a recipe from Rachel Ray's 30 min collection, but it's for Lamb chops. I looked at the prices of lamb chops vs. pork chops and decided to just use pork chops. It's fairly simple and easy, nevertheless.

    Recipe #341583

    Found this recipe on "simply recipes". I wanted to make lemonade from scratch, real freshly squeezed lemons and simple syrup and I came across this recipe. Made this for my 6 year old and friends' lemonade stand sales, my pitcher never came home. Turns out my friend who helped the kids with the stand, liked my lemonade better than the powdered stuff, kept my lemonade for herself! Please do adjust to taste, I think the lemons I had were more tart so I added more simple syrup.

    Recipe #334249

    There are many different versions of this, and we love to eat this with tabasco sauce and sometime along with ketchup drizzled over it. The kids like this with ketchup (of course). I've always eyeballed the seasonings, and relied on the hot sauce, so do adjust to your taste (add more seasonings if you don't use hot sauce or ketchup)!

    Recipe #333756

    Adapted from Whole Food's flier recipe.

    Recipe #304955

    Chinese dish, I call it cabbage and meatball soup at home. You can use boy choy instead of napa cabbage. This is a combination of a few variations to this recipe, and the way we like to eat ours. Serve with steaming hot rice for a complete meal. I like to place this in the crockpot (set-it-and-forget-it) and cook it for the afternoon if possible because the longer you cook this dish the more tender and melt-in-your-mouth the meatballs are.

    Recipe #301403

    This is a recipe from my new cook book "Chinese Dim Sum". Please note that I have not tried this recipe yet but I am posting it per request. (I may not get to try these recipes until either I get a cooking scale or translate the grams and ounces into what we Americans use for measuring!) This makes 30 buns, note that they do keep wonderfully in the freezer! Just freeze them individually (on a cookie sheet so they don't stick together), then after they are frozen, place them tightly sealed freezer bags, wrapped twice is best. When you want some just take out as many as you desire and re-steam them until soft in the middle when you press on it (use the back of a wooden spoon or if you dare, your finger), usually about 6 minutes or so. Although re-steaming them gets the best results, you can also microwave them, the trick is to keep them moist so cover it up and sprinkle a little water on them which will help keep them from getting rubbery when you zap them. Please note: For the dough to rise, I suspect the water may need to be warm enough to activate the yeast (see according to package instructions). The recipe and directions from the book did not indicate what temperature water to use!

    Recipe #290577

    This is so yummy! I got this recipe from my husband's aunt, who makes this for parties. Note: It's not quite as labor intensive as it sounds. I guessed at the number of servings, which I really have no clue but is required. But this was always at potlucks so figure 2 lbs of wings should be at least 10 servings, depending on how many pieces you count as a serving! and unless you can't keep yourself away from them before they make it to the party! ;O)

    Recipe #287147

    I saw one of the owners of Pasta Pomodoro make this on a local tv show. The measurements are approximate as he only demonstrated the ingredients used, no measurements. But this dish is easy and pretty hard to mess up. Mine tasted just as good as the one from the restaurant (I just tried this dish about a couple of weeks ago). A couple of pointers to make it tasty: Be sure to salt your water for pasta, this gives your pasta some flavor. After adding the pasta to the sauce, cook it for a minute of two so the pasta soaks up the sauce. After this step, you can taste and adjust flavor, adding parmesan cheese to give it more flavor (optional). Note: I actually didn't use the entire package of porchini mushrooms, only a little more than 1/2 of the package because it's expensive, also I used baby spinach instead of arugula because my kids do not appreciate the "bite" of the arugula.

    Recipe #286738

    Can't remember where I found this recipe, it may be a combo of different ones but my husband said it was as good as the ramen shop's. So, I'm posting it. While I added some chicken bouillon to suit our taste, I also added a little more dashi and another splash of soy sauce, so please do adjust the seasonings to your taste!

    Recipe #282563

    This is actually for mini-tart shells. The recipe came with my mini-tart shaper which I purchased from The Pampered Chef.

    Recipe #278055

    From Foodnetwork. Saw Throwdown with Bobby Flay last night and we were salivating for these Sticky Sticky Buns... Can't wait to try it, but until I have the time to try this labor intensive recipe, posting it here for safe-keeping! Meanwhile if anyone wants to try it and comment please do so!

    Recipe #276744

    Flour's Famous Banana Bread Recipe courtesy Chef Joanne Chang of Flour Bakery in Boston

    Recipe #276572

    Have you ever had those fish shaped treats filled with red bean paste from Japantown? or round freshly made (I have no idea what they are called, best way to describe would be "pancakes") stuffed with redbean paste or custard cream from the streets of Taiwan? (I think they are very similar) Anyway, I found this special 4 round mold-pan from Japan town a few weeks ago, and ofcourse it's all in Japanese. My mom translated the ingredients in this recipe and I'm posting here to convert to the measurements I'm more familiar with... teaspoons and cups instead of grams!

    Recipe #253756

    I am posting this here so I don't lose it! This is the first time I got this right - at least the way my MIL and her family makes it. (Note the measurements are still altered by taste: too sour, more soysauce; too salty, more calamansi juice). If you don't have calamansi (a native small lemon that's sweet and sour at the same time), you can try using meyer lemons. Typically my inlaws use london broil, but you can use any cut. One of the methods used to tenderize the tough cut (yet cheap) cut of meat is to pound it. Another hint on handling the meat: Before you slice it, stick it in the freezer for 15-20 minutes so that it is easier to slice thinly.

    Recipe #243835

    Got this from foodnetwork.com It makes about 12 muffins, but I only have cupcake pans so they are smaller and I get about 20ish cupcakes. 4 carrots in this recipe! If you measure the carrots make sure to pack it in like brown sugar. My kids love these muffins and I'm putting it on Zaar to find out the nutritional values as well as safe keeping and sharing ofcourse. I'd like to see if I can improve this recipe, sub some of the oil out for flaxseed meal or even applesauce... But I will post the original here as that is what we've made a few times and love. Btw, I only use 1 tsp of cinnamon since my kids find 2 tsp to be too strong/"spicy".

    Recipe #241657

    Fast and healthy? one dish meal that's also a kid pleaser at my house. I usually use left over salmon, which makes it even faster. If you don't have left over salmon, you can either use some smoked salmon (will have to adjust seasonings since it is salty), or bake some while you cook the pasta (season with olive oil, minced garlic, salt and pepper and bake at 350 degrees F until it flakes easily with fork). You could also sub the broccoli with other veggies like frozen peas (just skip the boiling and add straight into the sauce) or asparagus (cut it into 1" pieces and boil until crisp-tender). Any type of pasta will work, penne or corkscrews, which are easier to toss but in a pinch even spaghetti will work. Another sugguestion is to add fresh snipped chives for more flavor at the end of cooking.

    Recipe #241153

    This is a combo of recipes, I like this because I can sneak kale into something everyone loves (The kids and hubs can't detect the veggies especially if you take the extra steps to blend it smooth in a blender). But I think it's good as is, I personally like it chunky! If you like a meatier sauce, I sugguest you add 1 lb of ground lean pork or else italian sausage. This is alot for a family of 4 (2 small kids, 2 adults) so I often use the left over for lasagna.

    Recipe #240977

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