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    Tossed this together for a Cinco de Mayo office lunch (disclaimer: I'm not considering this authentic Mexican :o) ). Quick, different, and a little ZIP!

    Recipe #423776

    This is an adaptation from Diana Kennedy's "Recipes from the Regional Cooks of Mexico". I modified it a little, adding some chili powder and cumin, and changing some of the preparation (primarily, cooking the rice before frying, rather than soaking only)

    Recipe #361156

    This is a stand-up, zesty sauce, with a wee bite! I crafted it for an annual spaghetti dinner. It is a sauce designed by a man, and prepared using those so stereotypically "male" cooking implements: the grill and the turkey fryer!

    Recipe #353447

    I concocted this one for a Lenten Series dinner at church in 2007. It is pretty basic, uses readily available ingredients, and minimal preparation time.

    Recipe #331622

    I made these the night before a neighborhood picnic for which I had signed on to bring baked beans. I didn't feel like going to the market, so I pulled out what I had and (with a quick consult with my mom) pulled this together. It's sweet with a citrusy kick.

    Recipe #239644

    This is something a concocted one morning, whilst looking in my fridge at the season's bounty: fresh basil pesto, fresh homemade pitas, eggs... Yeah Baby!

    Recipe #237896

    I started eating this stuff after a great pita sandwich at the Pita Pit. I make mine with more garlic (cuz I don't have to suit everyone's taste, like a restaurant!). NOTE: the garbanzo's may offend a baba purist, but make for a stiffer spread and a different taste - try both ways and enjoy!

    Recipe #235075

    I grew up in southern Maryland, and attended All Saints Episcopal Church, where my parents are still members. Every summer (1st weekend in August) the church hosts its Summer Supper fundraiser, which I consider a southern Maryland tradition, since folks come from all over to eat some great food (ham, fried chicken, green beans, fresh homemade bread, rolls, and desserts, and, oh yeah.. CRABCAKES! This is an adaptation of the recipe used at the supper, so that the yield is something reasonable for a family dinner (as opposed to the hundreds of crabcakes made by the fine folks at All Saints!). Of course, I have added my own touches over the years, but it's still pure "Maryland Crabcake".

    Recipe #234697

    The base of this recipe seems pretty universal, and I started with ingredients common to several online recipes, and modify it from time to time, keeping what I like and leaving the rest. I whip up a batch of this on Sunday, then use in in pitas throughout the week. It makes about 3-4 large pitas, or a good bowlful for dip at a get together.

    Recipe #234534


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