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    1 Reviews |  By suk

    A traditional spicy Korean soup made with all veggies.

    Recipe #330676

    A filling, healthy, and delicious soup with a kick to it. Great for cold days or evenings! If you make extra, it tastes fabulous the next day since all the flavors have melded a bit more. To make it less spicy reduce the amount of red pepper flakes and de-vein/de-seed jalapenos. Also, I highly recommend using fresh ginger not powdered ginger, or it will not taste the same!

    Recipe #276490

    1 Reviews |  By suk

    A sweet pear tart that's great for the fall as pears are in season. Based off of a recipe for apple tart found at World's Healthiest Foods website. This recipe does have alcohol in it, but if you would prefer not to use any substitute an extract (such as vanilla or almond) and water with a little bit of brown sugar. Cook time includes the time to allow it to chill in the refrigerator, about 1 hour. Note: I made this trying the extract mix and it came out lovely! 1/2 cup of water, 1 teaspoon each of vanilla and almond extract, dash of nutmeg, and three teaspoons of brown sugar.

    Recipe #263913


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