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    This is an easy and popular reciepe, unique if you make it with pears. My family gobbles it up in less time than it takes to make. Great recipe to take to a covered dish gathering.

    Recipe #74554

    Soft crust, tangy sourdough flavor makes this one of my favorite sourdough bread recipes. A response to those who feel the bread is not sour enough. The taste of the bread relies heavily on the 'sourness' of the starter, which varies from area to area. Here is a suggestion from King Arthur Flour on making bread 'more sour', hope it helps: In general, you can achieve a more sour taste by allowing the dough to ferment for a longer time at a lower temperature. However, the climate you live in and the strains of wild yeast naturally present in the air around you also influence how sour your bread turns out. Some bakers add some extra zing by adding "sour salt" -- not actually a salt at all, but pure citric acid. (This is available through mail order from The King Arthur Baker's Catalogue(R) at 1-800/827-6836)

    Recipe #85644

    Crispy crust, sourdough flavor in an easy French bread recipe.

    Recipe #180964

    Easy to pack for lunches. I make a batch ahead of time, freeze them into servings, then take one to work for a good home-made lunch.

    Recipe #115075

    A quick, easy foccacia that doesn't use pizza bread. There are a number of good dipping oils that work well with this; my family like it with a spaghetti sauce (jar) or as a base for pizza.

    Recipe #105100

    Here is a recipe for authentic Hungarian Goulash I learned to make from my grandmother and mother who were from Austria-Hungary. We would NEVER consider tomatoes or green peppers or other spices in Goulash. Slow cooking is the secret and you can never use too much paprika. Note: my grandmother made the biscuits from scratch, but I find the Bisquick ones are easier and tastier.

    Recipe #98120

    I wish I could say I developed this recipe on my own, but truth be said it came from my son's school. Two fantastic chefs (John & Cindy) from the Western Pa. School for Blind Children gave me this, and many other recipes. It's a favorite among the kids there who love spicy foods!

    Recipe #92892

    Eastern Orthodox fasting is very strict, close to a vegan lifestyle. One of the things I miss are pancakes, so I came up with a non-dairy pancake - they're delicious, fast, and easy to make.

    Recipe #132816

    Irish stew is easy to make and if made with mutton and cooked slowly will be both flavorsome and tender. Mutton, being an older meat, has more flavor than lamb but does need to be cooked for a couple of hours over a low heat with liquid. It should not be allowed to boil or the flavor will be spoiled. The following dish will be found to be hearty and nourishing and traditional enough. Traditionally this is eaten with fresh made Irish Soda Bread. This is especially satisfying on a cold winter evening, as the smells permiate the home and fill the stomach.

    Recipe #96748

    Easy no-knead bread with lots of flavor.

    Recipe #153017

    This is from our church fair, we go through several lambs in a 4 hour period, so it must be good!

    Recipe #328286

    A traditional Easter bread served in Eastern Europe - this is an extremely rich bread due to the large amount of dairy products. To make it truly authentic you should use the whey from Hrudka (see my recipes for this), if you don't have the whey scalded milk is a useable substitute.

    Recipe #85818

    The only difference between this and a stew is the thickness of the broth. Shurpa has enough body to make a satisfying meal when served with buns (traditionally, Cilantro Buns #245014).

    Recipe #188669

    From Eastern Europe, this is a pre-lenten dish served during the time between Meatfare and Cheesfare Sundays (week before lent). At this time we abstain from all meats and concentrate on dairy products (before they are restricted for lent).

    Recipe #84923

    The roasted peppers sets this chili apart. Mildly spicy, but with a full flavor - you won't miss the meat! Great for vegetarians, or during Lent. This recipe is made for a slow-cooker, as it allows the full flavor to develop.

    Recipe #137160

    This is a quick, easy, and delicious desert that just may replace apple pie in your home.

    Recipe #406783

    This is a super-moist chocolate cake that will keep for days (if it lasts that long). My mother always made this from a hand-written recipe, no idea where she got it.

    Recipe #82811

    This is a wonderful ancient Russian dish that will surprise you by delicious taste and tempting aroma. Serve it on a holiday table and your guests won't get up until the plates are empty.

    Recipe #108826

    Similar to the hard rolls found in restaurants.

    Recipe #82809

    If you like it hot, this is it. Have the firestation on standby.

    Recipe #106439

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