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    1 Reviews |  By PBF

    This recipe never fails me - it's from the Betty Crocker cookbook. It is very quick to pull together, makes a nice shortbread crust and can be made with any fruit. The recipe relies on the fruit to make it sweet - there is very little sugar compared to most peach cobbler recipes I've found. For the peaches, make them fresh if you can and frozen if not. Please, please do not use canned peaches. To peel the peaches, place them in boiling water for a few minutes, then remove the peaches and place them in cold water. The skins will slip off. If they don't peel easily, put them back in the boiling water for another minute and try again.

    Recipe #434499

    This was taken from South County Magazine, June 2010. Anyone from Rhode Island is familiar with this kind of pizza which is a family recipe of the Lepre family and served all over Rhode Island. It has no cheese - simply a risen bread dough with a very plain, fresh tomato sauce topping.

    Recipe #434303

    I got this from epicurious.com and it has fast become a favorite with my three children. It's delicious - what made with puff pastry isn't delicious - and unbelievably easy. Makes a great appetizer and finger food (say for a ball game or other party) as well as the way we have it, for dinner. You can experiment with different fillings, adding ingredients like mango chutney - go crazy. It's all good. Note that the beef mixture goes a long way, so you might want to have an extra box of puff pastry on hand if you want to keep making them and freeze them - or you can use extra beef mixture heated up in a roll for a sandwich, which is equally good, actually.

    Recipe #385318

    Can be used as a vegetarian main course or make-ahead side dish. Yummy. Got this recipe from the "Celebrate the Rain" Jr. League cookbook. Prep time does not include 2 hours marinading time and depends on whether you roast or grill the vegetables - grilling takes about 10 minutes and roasting about 40 minutes. Use orzo pasta if you can't find Israeli couscous (regular couscous isn't great with it). I made it with orzo and it was fabulous. I used cold leftovers in a tortilla wrap with cream cheese and that was absolutely great as well.

    Recipe #312297

    2 Reviews |  By PBF

    Delicious, easy-to-assemble and very pretty to look at - great for special occasions. It's a little more like bread pudding than traditional French toast. Can be assembled and the blueberry syrup made the day before serving. The next morning, simply bake the French toast and reheat the syrup before serving. Comes from the Junior League "Celebrate the Rain" cookbook. Note prep time does not include letting it rest in the fridge overnight. Use freshly ground nutmeg if you can (ground is OK too) and you can use fresh or frozen blueberries, your choice.

    Recipe #267586

    1 Reviews |  By PBF

    This recipe comes from Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop, WA. My husband, who used to hate curry, has become a convert. This soup base is smooth and delicious and the texture of the chicken, wild rice and celery crunch adds to the variety and it has been a hit at dinner parties. I've used the basic recipe as curry chicken over rice as well (reducing the amount of stock I use so it's enough for a sauce instead of a soup, and omitting the wild rice and adding a handful of currants). I also use this recipe as the curried chicken (not the soup) for potlucks with rave reviews. ** Addition: this recipe works great in the crock pot.

    Recipe #35250


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