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    I love how this simple dish scents the whole house when cooking. Sometimes I add 2 tbs. of Port or Sherry as a special treat. Note: You will need some cheese cloth or a large tea ball strainer to make this recipe.

    Recipe #329836

    This fresh and tasty dish is wonderful served with lamb or chicken. I also make it in the spring with asparagus when the price is right. It is best served at room temperature.

    Recipe #329053

    The citrus, olives and dried fruit really make this very pretty and delicious dish. Try adding a few different kinds of olives, citrus fruits and dried fruits for variety. Depending on the season, I might use the lemon juice and zest but replace the lemon wedges with orange wedges. Dried cranberries make it a whole different dish… It is important to spread this dish out into a single layer when cooking.

    Recipe #329045

    Serve this to or eat yourself when the body and soul needs a gentle hug… Kids love it with the little alphabet pasta. Be sure to cook the pasta first and drain so the soup is not too starchy. You can sneak in anything green that you like, but sometimes, it's nice to have a simple pleasure...

    Recipe #326822

    This is a really quick, healthy, low fat chowder. Great for a cold night when time is tight. If serving to someone with a cold, pump up the heat by adding a tsp of cayenne pepper and let them sweat it out... NO MERCY!

    Recipe #326814

    This wonderful meal is served family style. The sauce is made in the pan with the roasting lamb so you end up with a delicious lamb sauce to serve over the pasta. Great served with recipe #66596 and recipe #21428.

    Recipe #326324

    This is an excellent, easily prepared side dish of onions in a wine-flavored sauce. Prepare a mix of 40 onions: fresh shallots and pearl onions, par boiled for 1 minute and peeled and the bottom 2 inches of scallions. Be sure to leave the roots on so they hold together. This is really nice to make for the fall, winter and spring holidays. I like to dress with the tops of the chopped green scallions. The basil and thyme amounts used are for dried. If you are lucky and have fresh, use them and double the amounts called for.

    Recipe #326317

    Every time I take out my recipe to make this, my mouth waters in anticipation. By tossing the diced warm potatoes with the lemon, garlic and olive oil mixture, the flavors really get into the potatoes and moistens them. This allows you to use less mayonnaise and eliminates the need for bacon fat. The pastrami more than makes up for the traditional bacon flavor. Cooking time does not include chilling time. This is best made the day before serving so the flavors can meld.

    Recipe #326200

    These muffins are fool proof! This really is the Jordan Marsh Store recipe that they served in their bakery. Sometimes, my store made special batches with strawberries instead of blueberries. Those were always my favorite... All ingredients should be at room temperature. This recipe is a breeze to cut in 1/2. To keep them from sticking, I make them in white paper cup cake holders and wipe the top of the muffin tin with canola oil. Oh, and if you make a half batch from a pound of berries, try my recipe #348144 with the leftover berries... Enjoy!

    Recipe #311167

    This was my favorite recipe for 2008. It is a delicious, different and very flavorful dish. Just the thought of making this sauce makes my mouth water, but keep in mind, a little of it goes a long way. The ravioli freeze beautifully so are great for a make ahead appetizer. If using frozen, do not defrost. Boil them frozen. Ground chicken or turkey can be substituted for the pork.

    Recipe #310665

    This is an Ina Garten recipe with some modifications. It is beautiful and delicious. Use what ever sorbet and ice cream combo that you like but be sure to keep the last (center) filling to some sort of ice cream. The best thing about this dessert is you can make it a few days before serving which frees you up to concentrate on the main course. If not serving the day you make it, leave it upside down and cover the bottom with plastic wrap to avoid freezer burn.

    Recipe #309265

    The basics of the Nicoise Salad are from Ina Garten, the Tuna recipe is from Emeril and the potatoes are from recipe #90822. The combination of the recipes is divine! I have changed the recipes a bit to fit our tastes. The homemade tuna really is the star of the show! Pls. note you have to go to recipe #90822 for instructions. Make the full recipe.

    Recipe #309112

    This is a really quick, healthy and delicious dish. Great served as a dip with whole wheat pita bread wedges and my recipe #227398. The Hummus is not traditional, it's a bit spicy but very tasty.

    Recipe #306553

    This is a wonderfully different pasta dish. Light, quick, delicious and easy. The key is to have everything prepped before cooking because it comes together really fast. Great served with grilled anything but really nice with salmon. Ronzoni has come out with a thin spaghetti called Smart Taste that is made with whole wheat flour, looks and tastes like regular pasta but has SIX grams of fiber. Fantastic!

    Recipe #301073

    My Great Grandmother brought this recipe with her from Scotland to Boston, MA in 1903. I learned how to make it from my Grandmother. To this day, we would not be caught without having this on hand during the Holidays. This recipe is not for the faint at heart. It is a labor of love. The hand kneading process can take up to 20 minutes (really) due to the ingredient ratios. The true keys to the success of this simple, rustic recipe are that the butter needs to be at room temperature (limp) and that you need to use the warmth of your hands to get the entire ball to a glistening stage. The flour needs to melt into the butter and sugar. You need to work it to the point that when cut in half, the interior of the ball glistens like the exterior. I know it sounds like a lot of work but the end results are well worth it. Put on some holiday music and share the process with people you love. Pass the ball around and take turns kneading it. Make some special Holiday memories with your family. I hope you enjoy making, eating and giving this shortbread as a small gift as much as we do... Enjoy!

    Recipe #299917

    This beautiful, delicious and healthy dish is great served as an appetizer or with grilled fish. This is definitely a dish that you eat with your eyes first…

    Recipe #299772

    Use your choice of very thinly sliced deli cold cut, rolled around the salami and cream cheese filling. Cappacola, turkey, roast beef, pastrami or chicken cold cuts are nice substitutes for the mortadella but I found ham to be too salty with the salami. This is great served with my recipe #299325, slices of whole wheat pita bread and heads of roasted garlic..

    Recipe #299764

    This is a delicious, simple Italian dish.. Use whatever veggies are in season. Try serving with my recipe #299764 and my recipe #306553

    Recipe #299645

    This is a very simple, fresh and delicious winter appetizer. Think of it as a winter bruchetta. Spread the Stilton on thin slices of french bread and let your guests spoon on as much orange salsa as they like. I serve it with Sandeman's Tawny Porto. There is something about the Stilton and Port being tasted at the same time that makes this really special. I think the orange salsa adds a little something extra to that experience.

    Recipe #299502

    A taste of heaven for garlic lovers. Serve at room temperature. Great on your antipasto platter with whole wheat pita bread and my recipe #299764.

    Recipe #299325

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