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    Really easy, great tangy taste, nice color

    Recipe #49552

    This sauce is so easy and can be used for a variety of foods. Just pour over meatballs or pour over cooked wings and put under the broiler.

    Recipe #53809

    We eat hamentashen on the holiday Purim. They are triangle shaped cookies because Haman had a triangle shaped hat. My dad owns a bakery and is a baker my whole life. He makes these hamentashen every Purim. They are my favorite. When I was in college he always mailed me a box. Now I just make them myself. Hamentashen are traditionally filled with poppyseed filling or prune filling, but my Dad makes other flavors too. Cherry is my favorite, but you can also use apricot jam or use your imagination.

    Recipe #55454

    This is so easy to make and a healthy lo carb option as a side dish for a meal.

    Recipe #52172

    Easy and right in the mixing bowl. Turn out beautifully every time.

    Recipe #50126

    Easy and different with a great taste.

    Recipe #50012

    This cake is a deep dark brown. It is so easy and comes out perfect everytime. When I moved to Israel, I gave Elyse cake decorating lessons and she shared this recipe with me. It is the only chocolate cake recipe I use. It is so easy, my husband (who can barely microwave a hot dog) made this for me and it turned out great. This is the perfect base if you are going to ice/decorate it. Just put it in the freezer overnight first and the icing spread beautifully. Just as easy as Duncan Hines and much cheaper too.

    Recipe #55134

    Great for breakfast or dessert. Very moist.

    Recipe #52415

    Something different to do with cranberries.

    Recipe #50015

    These brownies are really fudgy.

    Recipe #50264

    East, very lo-carb way to prepare vegetables. Nice as a side dish. and adds color to the plate.

    Recipe #52170

    If you love thin and crispy, this is the kugel for you!

    Recipe #50262

    Perfect Passover breakfast. We love this sweet. My kids wait for every Passover so we can eat it.

    Recipe #58000

    On Passover, I am always looking for something to make for dinner besides potatoes, eggs, or chicken. My sister-in-law sent me a new Passover cookbook called "Let my People Eat" and this looks like a winner.

    Recipe #57599

    When I got engaged, at my bridal shower we served this salad and everyone loved it. I then started making it for my friend's bridal showers. It is a great hit and has a wonderful taste. Definately different from the usual salads. I usually cut up all the vegetables the night before so on the day of the party all I have to do is mix it up. Perfect for a crowd.

    Recipe #52416

    Great alternative to real chopped liver.

    Recipe #50320

    When lived in Pittsburgh, my girl's nursery school made this and sent home samples and the recipe. It is so easy and good. Kids love to help make it.

    Recipe #55129

    We were staying with friends during Passover and this was the main course at the seder. The smell was wonderful, the color beautiful, and the meat literally fell off the bone. It is called "Shabbat Chicken" because religious Jews do not cook on Shabbat/Sabbath and this is meant to be prepared right before the start of the Sabbath and then placed on a warming tray until the men arive home from the synagogue. You will want to serve this with couscous or rice to get all the wonderful juice.

    Recipe #62771

    Looks pretty, diet and lo-carb and tastes great.

    Recipe #52176

    Same great taste minus all the hard work!

    Recipe #51098

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