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    My late father only knew how to cook two dishes and this was one. The type of apples you use will determine how mushy your apple sauce turns out. Cooking apples will turn into the texture of commercial applesauce while others will keep their shape even after the cooking. Either way it's delicious. The recipe can easily be doubled (or tripled...or quadrupled) to serve a crowd.

    Recipe #70097

    Something I made up based on what was in the fridge one evening, with inspiration from some of the recipes already posted here.

    Recipe #309159

    This is a friend's recipe for blondies. It's low in flour and is therefore easy to make gluten free if you have gluten-free flour on hand.

    Recipe #458651

    A very moist corn bread recipe.

    Recipe #70103

    Easy to make, great on pizza or pasta. Adaptable. What more do you need?

    Recipe #90954

    My sister found this in a vegetarian recipe magazine a million years ago. Great way to use up your garden's green tomato overflow and much healthier than the traditional fried green tomatoes.

    Recipe #70096

    Good home version of a restaurant favourite. Serve with rice. Use more pepper sauce if you like it spicy!

    Recipe #70089

    This is the kugel my mother made every Friday night when I was growing up, adapted from my great-grandmother's recipe. It's not the dairy overload of most kugels and, made with margarine, can be served with a kosher meat meal. Note that it's a main course side dish, even though it looks very sweet. You can use other fruit/spice combos like pear, plums or peaches with ginger.

    Recipe #70091

    This is super comfort food and just as decadent as it sounds. Adapted from a recipe in the British Daily Telegraph newspaper.

    Recipe #494555

    Freely adapted version of Joy of Cooking's 'Chickpeas with couscous'. Note the lack of couscous. You can vary the amounts of the different spices to taste. Serve with rice, couscous or bread. Number of servings is for a main dish. If serving as a side dish, it will serve 4-6 comfortably.

    Recipe #227288

    My friend Valerie brought this as a veggie entree to my Thanksgiving dinner one year. I was sceptical, but it was nicer than it sounded. Good as a side dish for non vegetarians too.

    Recipe #70093


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