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    This is my husband's favorite dish. I adapted the recipe from a recipe by Marilyn Tausend and Ricardo Munoz Zurita that was published in Best American Recipes 2004-05. I incorporated some of the notes from the editors of that series, Fran McCullough and Molly Stevens.It is very easy, with a big payoff!

    Recipe #237227

    The only way I will eat Brussels Sprouts! Be carefull not to cook too long, or bad lunch room memories may start to rear thier ugly heads. For this reason, I don't care for this recipe after it has been reheated, so plan to serve this immediately. It goes together quickly, so if you are serving with a roast, you can start this while the meat is resting. Dried fresh bread crumbs sounds like a contradiction, but if you use the pre-packaged stuff you will be disappointed. I just whiz a piece or two of whole wheat bread and give it a few minutes in a hot oven on a cookie sheet, or if the oven is occupied, dry toast them in a skillet. This recipe is adapted from one in Savuer Magazine. I got the bread crumb idea from Mark Bitman's "How to Cook Everything" - LOVE that book!

    Recipe #250431

    This is my favorite chili, adapted from the River Run Cookbook. River Run is a wonderfully quirky restaurant in Vermont that I had the good fortune to visit many years ago. I didn't make many changes, but did reduce the recipe so that it would fit in my 6 quart dutch oven. You can serve this the day you make it, but it is better if you let it sit overnight.

    Recipe #273901

    These are delicious golden pastries stuffed with cuman scented sweet potatoes. The pastry is from JillAZ, see "Recipe #84430". I tried out this filling because I needed an additional vegetarian option for a wedding. While these do take a bit of planning ahead because the pastry and the filling have to chill, I have spread out the steps over several days. Once cooked and cooled, these beauties can be frozen and reheated at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes. These are great with Cuban mojo dipping sauce.

    Recipe #248353

    I threw this together last night, and it was so good, I wanted to post it for safe keeping. I used homemade pesto, which I freeze in an ice cube tray (2 cubes). I also used one package of Trader Joes pepper and onion chicken sausage, but any variety would work.

    Recipe #337144

    I learned this recipe while working in an Indian restaurant. It is so easy and you can make endless variations depending on which honey and vinegars you use. My favorite is clover honey with pear vinegar. I've also tried cider vinegar, fig vinegar, golden balsamic vinegar, fresh lime juice and cranberry vinegar. The only one that wasn't pleasing was rice vinegar.

    Recipe #242516

    Very tasty homestyle cookies. This recipe is from my college housemother. There is lots of fiber in here to offset the guilt of the sugar and fat. I use wholewheat pastry flour, but you can use the flour of your choice - it is not critical to the outcome. The chocolate chips and flax are optional. You will need a strong arm to mix the dough - I recommend a stand mixer.

    Recipe #353486

    This new twist on green beans is from Heidi Swanson's "Super Natural Cooking". I love green beans, so I am always up to try something different. This recipe is terrifc! Also great with just lemon zest.

    Recipe #264835

    This is a dairy-free slaw. Very refreshing for a hot summer day. I serve this with Carnitas, black beans and rice. It is a nice counterpoint to the rich meat. Made this one up myself...

    Recipe #237325

    This is a beautiful side dish. Very simple - it let's the ingredients speak for themselves. I serve this with Carnitas and Tangy Citrus Slaw.

    Recipe #241557

    This is a tangy garlic garlic-citrus sauce that is as beautiful to serve as it is to eat. I serve this along side sweet potato empanadas and carnitas. The recipe is from Sara Perry's "Everything Tastes Better with Garlic" by way of the Best American Recipe series. All of the ingredients should be fresh.

    Recipe #248397

    These are the darlings of the cookie plate! They can be adapted to suit any holiday by changing the color of the sprinkles, and they keep well, even when stored haphazardly. Any citrus will wok - I've used standard and meyer lemon and orange, but I think lime and grapefruit would be just as good. The ricotta cheese makes them somewhat more nutritious than other typical holiday cookies. Be sure to cool them completely before frosting them, or the frosting won't harden properly. This recipe is from the January 08 issue of Parenting. Anything in parenthesis are my notes. Prep time includes 1 hour chilling time, and cooking time is per batch.

    Recipe #289869

    I needed something to use up my green tomatoes. I found this recipe in Keeping the Harvest by Nancy Chioffi and Cretchen Mead. I modified the spices to suit my tastes (used heaping teaspoons). This makes an excellent meatloaf when combined (1/2 pt) with 1 lb ground turkey, 1 egg and 2 crushed matzos (topped with 1/4 cup of ketchup mixed with 2 Tbsp brown sugar and 1/2 tsp cumin). Also good on hamburgers (mixed with ketchup) and hotdogs. I hand chopped the veggies because I wanted to give this as gifts, and I like the uniformity of the pieces, but using a food processor would take a fraction of the time.

    Recipe #337147

    I am not a fan of pickles, so I always volunteer to take this salad to picnics and BBQ's so I know I can have potato salad with my Q. This recipe is not gloopy at all. The bacon is optional. I generally use either green onions or celery, but never both and garnish with a dusting of smoked paprika.

    Recipe #248478


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