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    This is a Martha Stewart Recipe.

    Recipe #336441

    This dish is best served with warm pita bread, fresh herbs, and fresh radish.

    Recipe #266827

    I originally posted this with the wrong name, so please ignore the bad review. It doesn't seem the reviewer tried making the soup and is posting based on mistaken name only. This recipe is passed down from my grandmother to my mother to me and it is fantastic! The challenge of making this soup is in keeping the yogurt from curdling. It needs to be stirred consistently while cooking. Enjoy!

    Recipe #266721

    My friend gave this recipe to me. It was her father's. It's really good and simple to make.

    Recipe #266641

    This is a hearty winter stew, made with Guinness beer and red wine.

    Recipe #252978

    This is best served with a dollop of sour cream and side of brown Russian bread, toasted.

    Recipe #252977

    My mom always made this soup for me when I was sick. Now I make it for my family. The garlic and the lime are both really good for colds. As little salt as possible should be used.

    Recipe #252960

    A delicious dish. I no longer remember where I found it.

    Recipe #252958

    I find this tastes better the next day after the flavors have set in. It's good with a fresh baguette or pita bread.

    Recipe #249364

    Recipe #442260

    from whole foods: This highly nutritious chicken, cabbage, and kale dish is easily made and is very fresh tasting. It is a meal in one dish that is very satisfying and delicious with the chicken. By using our Healthy Sauté and stovetop braising techniques you get a healthier dish without heated oils that is still full of flavor.

    Recipe #442259

    I used a lot of the ingredients I would use for regular meatloaf. You can add more or less of anything and it will still turn out great.

    Recipe #442258

    Recipe #336428

    This is a fresh salad I like to throw together. Chop all into similar bite sized pieces so the salad will look nicer. You can also lay this over a bed of lettuce of your choice.

    Recipe #336426

    I've been making this recipe for years. The sour cream gives the bread it's moisture. It can be made into muffins or a loaf.

    Recipe #266822

    This is taken from the Soprano's Family Cookbook. I make the sauce first and then use it for Baked Ziti. You can skip that step and eat with spaghetti noodles. It's fairly labor intensive but will keep for a while. I usually freeze it in portions for later.

    Recipe #266819

    These are a nice compliment to a side salad for lunch.

    Recipe #266652

    Marinate and cook the beef a day ahead. The lettuce will be difficult at first to work with but you'll get the hang of it. When making the fresh ginger marinade for the beef in this recipe (or anything that's going to be grilled), use just the grated ginger juice, not the ginger fiber. The fiber burns quickly, giving the beef a scorched taste, which you don't want. Pickled mountain burdock (yamagobo) looks like skinny carrots and tastes like pickled parsnips. It's an extraordinary flavor to couple with ginger-flavored beef. The only tricky part of the recipe is not tearing the tender lettuce as you work with it. That's why it's wisest to blanch extra pieces of lettuce so that you have plenty to work with. Special sushi tools: Bamboo mat wrapped with plastic wrap, sashimi or sharp knife

    Recipe #266650

    These egg rolls are really delicious. Served with soy sauce or plum sauce.

    Recipe #266648

    A really nice Caesar salad recipe

    Recipe #253186

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