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    2 Reviews |  By Ariella

    Adapted from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. This is a great main course for nicer vegetarian dinners.

    Recipe #217827

    A mixture of three berries and fresh squeezed lemon juice make these individualized treats just the thing to perk up a grey winter day! I adapted this recipe from one I found on the Cream Puffs in Venice blog. NOTE: I used a mini silicone bundt pan (the one with 6 cups), if you use a different pan you may get a different yield and need a different baking time. Also, I got the best looking results when I did not flour/grease the pan. These are excellent glazed with a simple lemon juice/sugar glaze or with cream cheese frosting dripping down the sides (or both!).

    Recipe #217825

    Great for a simple "one dish" meal.

    Recipe #217828

    From Real Simple Magazine. I serve this with toasted baguette and alongside smashed peas with mint tapénade, and the walnuts and parmesan tapénade and allow everyone to choose how they want to make their bruschetta.

    Recipe #217824

    1 Reviews |  By Ariella

    From Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #217826

    1 Reviews |  By Ariella

    Adapted from Everyday Food.

    Recipe #215858

    From Everyday Food. The original recipe called for beef tortellini, but I'm a vegetarian, so I subbed cheese tortellini. Obviously you could easily sub meat tortellini back in if that's your cup of tea.

    Recipe #215366

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    Recipe #215309

    1 Reviews |  By Ariella

    From Bon Appetit. "The cake has an appealing, somewhat coarse texture; drizzled with a honey-lemon syrup, the dessert is reminiscent of baklava."

    Recipe #213101

    1 Reviews |  By Ariella

    I found this recipe on Martha Stewart and thought I'd post it before things start getting too crazy with Passover cleaning.

    Recipe #212777

    Recipe #212770

    This recipe comes from Gil Marks's vegetarian Jewish cookbook Olive Trees and Honey. According to him, this type of rice is commonly found at Persian festive occasions. His recipe suggested that you could use either turmeric or saffron. Since saffron is so expensive, I opted for turmeric, but you can substitute a the same amount of saffron instead.

    Recipe #212378

    Adapted from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook.

    Recipe #212371

    My Grandma makes this recipe every year for Passover. She serves it with sliced strawberries and whipped cream.

    Recipe #212369

    Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. These are great for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year)!

    Recipe #212317

    2 Reviews |  By Ariella

    I adapted this recipe from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook. You can make the cookies with only chocolate chips or only cherries with equally good results.

    Recipe #209017

    I based this recipe on the onion noodle kugel posted by Chia. I altered it to meet my husband's sensibilities and now I am curious as to how those changes affected the nutritional info. If you are serving the kugels as a main dish, then I'd serve two to each person, otherwise, one per person is probably about right if you are serving them as a side dish.

    Recipe #206932

    These are very tasty, moist muffins that manage to be good for you too.

    Recipe #206296

    3 Reviews |  By Ariella

    This recipe is from Tish Boyle's "Cake" cookbook. Be sure to use the water bath, it keeps the cheesecake moist and prevents the top from cracking.

    Recipe #205645

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