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    Although a real mousse, this recipe uses egg yolks instead of whites, and no gelatin. Make this in transparent dessert cups or stemware to "show off" the layers. If you can get candies flowers (hibiscus, rose, etc.) add one to each cup as a garnish just before serving. Preparation time does not include chilling.

    Recipe #425133

    A friend asked me at the last minute to bring over a quiche or casserole, so I used what I had at home. I make my own pastry, but I guess ready-made would work as well. I originally used buffalo milk butter for the leeks (which is amazing if you can get it), but I put "regular" butter in the recipe. Preparation time includes preparing the pastry.

    Recipe #344687

    3 Reviews |  By oc

    The secret is to use fresh herbs, and cook the quinoa just right. Great for picnics, or served as a side dish. Keeps well in the fridge for a couple of days (maybe longer - but it never lasts more than that in our house :-)

    Recipe #250609

    3 Reviews |  By oc

    One of my "working mother" recipes - quick and easy to make, and the kids love it. They still ask for it when they come home for vacations. The recipe is for one whole chicken, cut into eight. I usually double it, and for big dinners even triple it. Try it with different types of honey - each type gives it its own distinctive taste. Serve with plain white rice pilaff, and pour the chicken sauce over the rice. Usually used for the oven, it's also great as a marinade for barbecued chicken, chicken wings or chicken breasts.

    Recipe #245708

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