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    Simple but elegant. Serve with assorted seasonal fruits (strawberries, grapes, banana slices, apple, star fruit) or perhaps even shortbread, etc. A wonderful romantic dessert or brunch special. :o)

    Recipe #91997

    We were served this by a wonderful lady named Marika. It was so good that my 9 yr old asked if she could copy down the recipe. :o) It came from a cookbook but I can't remember the title, so we just call it "Marika's Sauce." She made two pots of it, one plain and one with sauteed scallops and shrimp in it; both were fantastic! The nutmeg gives it a really unique kick. Every time I've made it, it's turned out just as good...very easy and oh so delicious. (About half the time I skip the parsley, so that's probably an optional ingredient.)

    Recipe #91810

    13 Reviews |  By winkki

    One-dish, low-fat, tasty and gourmet...does it get any better than that?! So elegant that your guests will never guess it was this easy! Originally from "The Lighter Side of Italy."

    Recipe #88526

    2 Reviews |  By winkki

    Simple to prepare but gourmet in appearance and flavor, an easy, colorful appetizer from "The Lighter Side of Italy." Can be made a day ahead if needed.

    Recipe #88525

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    An interesting twist on the usual basil pesto, originally from "The Lighter Side of Italy" cookbook. If using dried thyme, refrigerate pesto overnight to let the flavors blend more thoroughly.

    Recipe #88522

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    Why settle for just plain whipped cream on your dessert? Personalize it to complement the dish...the possibilities are nearly endless. How about orange or peppermint whipped cream on a chocolate dessert, cinnamon whipped cream on apple pie...let your imagination go!

    Recipe #88330

    Yet another variation on no-bake 'bark,' this one masquerading as health food, lol. To personalize it even more, make your own granola ahead of time with your favorite goodies. Originally suggested in a Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #88331

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    Chocolate and orange, my favorite combination! Originally from Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #88327

    2 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the local newspaper; a twist on the usual tomato salad. Simple to make but with a beautiful presentation for summer brunch or parties. Fresh basil and tomatoes make this a real treat! Prep time does not include overnight chilling of ricotta mixture.

    Recipe #88145

    Impressive yet very simple. Cook time is for chilling.

    Recipe #88146

    2 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the local paper; suggested to go over seared tuna steaks, but versatile enough for many other dishes.

    Recipe #88143

    5 Reviews |  By winkki

    Coleman is a well-known organic ranch in Colorado. I admit to being rather intimidated by Prime Rib before I tried this simple but wonderful recipe from their website. Actually, the marinade works well on a variety of cuts.

    Recipe #87881

    42 Reviews |  By winkki

    Originally from a peanut butter company, these no-bake treats are easy and oh-so-fun for the kiddos! :o)

    Recipe #87879

    Can you ever have too much rosemary? Wonderful with lamb, potatoes, fresh greens, etc. Cook time is standing time for fresh rosemary. (If using dried rosemary, prepare at least a day ahead to allow the flavors to mix more fully.)

    Recipe #87631

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    Easy to make but nice enough for company, from the "Touched by a Rainbow" Kansas cookbook. Dh doesn't like bleu cheese so I leave it out. Serve with rice or noodles.

    Recipe #87396

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the back of the graham cracker box; fun and easy frozen dessert for the kid in us all! Great to do ahead for picnics and pool/birthday parties. Choose your favorite flavor and have fun... Cook time is freezer time.

    Recipe #86719

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the back of the graham cracker box...would be just as easy to use a premade graham cracker crust in lieu of combining the crumbs, butter, and sugar if you want a shortcut. Guess what I'm making for my daughters' next troop meeting! :o) Cook time includes initial 40 min chill time but does not include final 3 hr chill time needed to set the pie.

    Recipe #86558

    11 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the old Brookville Hotel restaurant in Kansas, famous for their fried chicken, slaw, and creamed corn, all served family style. (The creamed corn is recipe #44906) This was the recipe that finally got me to eat cole slaw; everything else on their table was so good I decided to take a chance and was hooked forever! Cook time does not include initial chilling of cabbage & total servings vary depending on serving size.

    Recipe #86365

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    This is NOT especially a substitute hamburger, more like a potato patty with a middle eastern flair. But it is filling and works well in pita with tahini, tomatoes, lettuce, etc (or dh likes his with ketchup...oh well). If you want a richer flavor, you could add an egg and some zippy spices; we use this for fasting days when we are looking for low key vegan foods so it is deliberately pretty mild. (The kids also prefer it this way anyway...and eat theirs with ketchup as well - it's dh's fault!) I do sometimes add rosemary, basil, a splash of olive oil, etc...this is more of a 'base' recipe to which you can add on. Also good with sauteed mushrooms and onions, baked potato-type toppings, or spaghetti sauce on it...be creative! :o) I leave out the powdered milk when we want to go fully vegan and truthfully have never noticed a difference one way or the other so don't worry if you don't include it. You can also shaped them into balls instead of patties and serve with tahini sauce (sesame seed dressing) for appetizers.

    Recipe #85608

    6 Reviews |  By winkki

    A tasty way to get a lot of fiber. A nurse friend gave us this recipe when one of our children was having problems keeping everything 'moving along.' They are nicknamed "Roto-Rooter Cookies," and for good reason! I quickly learned to limit dh and the other kids to a few cookies apiece. That was hard, though, because they really are yummy little creations, kind of a super-powered oatmeal cookie. It's also a very forgiving recipe...if you are missing some of the fruit, seeds, etc, just adjust other amounts around to your taste/pantry items. I've made it with and without the final step of rolling in sesame seeds; both ways work, though the toasted sesame taste is nice. When dd was really having trouble, I also substitued prune juice for the liquid milk. You may add up to 1-2 c of mixed fruit, seeds, etc as the last ingredients, but don't have to; may need to adjust liquid a bit depending upon what you choose. Basic recipe makes a lot; I've never had any trouble halving it.

    Recipe #85240

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