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    I concocted this recipe based on a store-bought dressing my parents use, and while I'm not normally a huge fan of sesame, I can't seem to get enough of this.

    Recipe #273123

    This is much better if you use fresh lemon juice. And the mint leaves improve it too, if you can get them, but they're not always easy to come by, so you can leave them out. Also, I have subbed in quinoa for the bulgar wheat, which works OK. The cooking time is the time for soaking the bulgar wheat.

    Recipe #267375

    This doesn't get cooked, so the garlic does not mellow. I've scaled back the amount I usually use so as to be slightly more reasonable, but feel free to adjust it further one way or the other to suit your own tastes. Also, if you've never made hummus, it's not the most appealing substance when it's in progress, but it really is good when it's done. And one more note: if, like me, you don't like olives, include them anyway. They do make a flavour difference, but they get completely hidden once everything's all processed and blended.

    Recipe #267374

    My mom's adaptation of my great-grandmother's recipe. Maybe it's older than that. I don't really know, but they are delicious. Prep time includes the overnight chilling.

    Recipe #266531

    My university roommate thought I was insane when I told her this was my favourite way to eat cauliflower, but she tried it and started making it this way herself, too. Quantities of everything (including the cauliflower itself) are all sort of approximate, and can be varied to suit your taste/appetite.

    Recipe #252774

    I've pretty much never had anyone not like these cookies. Ever. If you like coconut, you can add about 2/3 cup of shredded coconut at the same time as the oatmeal and chocolate chips. Oh, and make sure you're using quick oats, not regular or instant, because they don't turn out as well.

    Recipe #250083


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