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    First taste sweet golden warm summery peach with a hint of smokey spice... then warmth, then heat... just up to the point of concern... then subsiding back to mellow peachy goodness. On top of a cream cheese coated cracker (or even better, a PBJ on homemade buttermilk bread!), the heat is mellowed to a gentle "creeper" warm that sends them back for more... and more... and more. Adapted from the Ball No Sugar Needed cooked peach jam recipe. Try it, you'll like it. Seriously. This type of pectin gives a soft set - perfect for putting on cream cheese. I add a handful of red peppers to serve as a warning as the orange habaneros meld right in and are invisible. WEAR GLOVES. PUT A TOWEL DOWN AT YOUR WORKPLACE TO CATCH ANY SEEDS, ETC. DO NOT TOUCH FACE. Buttermilk soaked compress helps any burning areas that are inadvertently touched.

    Recipe #324849

    Wonderful fast summer or anytime meal that comes together quickly once you have your ingredients prepped. Mise en place very helpful with this dish. From Taste of Thai - thank you! Use a nice butter lettuce for this - core the head & rinse the leaves well. Dry & have plenty available - use 2 heads if they seem small - 1 per serving! I entered 12 leaves simply because the program required a number - we just keep a couple of heads available when we make this.

    Recipe #318311

    Another appealing fig recipe from The Times-Picayune. Our area is full of fig trees - heavy with fruit not yet ripe. Many folks do not even eat their figs anymore! I am glad to help them out!! The article noted that dried figs reconstituted with hot water can be substituted if fresh figs are not available.

    Recipe #376097

    Ok, fine, I am a cheesecake snob. The rich, dense, smooth & unctuous cheesecakes (no flour please) with shortbread crusts are my favorites (no greasy graham cracker). This cake developed for Easter dinner - I yearned for coconut but did not want to disrupt the smoooth texture of cheesecake - it's "sine qua non". Family insisted I post ASAP to keep recipe intact (even though cake is gone - before it could fully develop its flavor!). Recipe is truly easy - I believe this is much easier than flour-based cakes. Hardest thing is making the crust (which isn't that tough)! Please plan to make the day before serving to allow the cake to firm up & develop its flavor (best after 2 days but it won't last that long!)

    Recipe #221835

    Came across this in The Seattle Times. Pie without an exquisite crust is simply not the real thing. They said, "White House pastry chef Bill Yosses' light, flaky pie crusts have earned him the nickname "The Crustmaster" from President Barack Obama." This recipe is adapted from Bill Yosses, White House Pastry chef - hope this version is as good as the one being served in the White House. Note it makes use of lard, the secret of all great pastry. Just in time for prime pie making! Use a good cooking apple for this pie.

    Recipe #399091

    Another one for my growing poverty foods cookbook - who says frugal can't taste fantastic? Thanks AJ from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Soak the beans overnight (longer but uses no energy) or do the rapid soak - cover with water& bring to a boil, simmer 20 minutes, turn off heat, cover & let sit for an hour.

    Recipe #375547

    Came up with this to handle some of the surfeit of an especially good potato-based sourdough starter. Rises beautifully & yields 2 large chewy blistered crusts to fire up on your favorite pizza stone/unglazed piece of terra cotta tile. Our current favs are Italian sausage, sweet yellow onion & fresh torn basil. Eagerly awaiting our tomato crop so we can be making Pizza Marguerite entirely out of the garden!

    Recipe #309497

    Crunchy, crisp, spicy & refreshing in hot weather. Make the dressing earlier in the day to let the flavors meld - then light the grill, slice the veggies & dinner is on! We put the helpful guests to work slicing veggies while the meat grills!

    Recipe #175622

    This is soooo Mmmmm good! Too hot to cook? Fire up the BBQ or grill, make a tossed green salad, and grilled garlic bread to accompany - serve to ice cold beer & you've got it made! Note: From Russ Parsons - Food and Drink - a weekly guide. Originally published June 29, 2005. Oak chips are available at Barbecues Galore stores & Walmarts (LOL).

    Recipe #244131

    Such an aromatic slightly sweet, slightly tangy use for those economical chicken thighs. Make an additional 1/2 cup of honey butter lemon sauce with rosemary to dredge the thighs through before serving with sauteed kale & steamed rice.... very nice. From Nikki Shaw via the Contra Costa Times.

    Recipe #345368

    Swiss chard is a delicious easy to grow green that is super beautiful to boot - the stalks can be pearly white, brilliant red or even vivid yellow. This is a fast & tasty way to prepare the swiss chard cranking out in the garden. I can make a mea of it with a couple of poached eggs & a little grated Parmesan/Romano cheese. Received from D_M on gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world; thanks D_M!

    Recipe #372652

    I love getting the blue ribbon winning recipes to make at home. Given the way the garden looks, this recipe is right on time. From The Wichita Eagle who reported, "This recipe was a first-place winner in the tomato category at the Kansas State Fair and was submitted by Tom Jasso of Hutchinson." This recipe proves again that sometimes simple is best.Go Tom!

    Recipe #383469

    Mmmmmm - chocolate & coffee, two of my favorite things! Just add milk for a very grown up afternoon treat! Wonderful on Christmas cookie trays! From Field Guide to Cookies: How to Identify and Bake Virtually Every Cookie Imagineable by Anita Chu.

    Recipe #340463

    This recipe originally called for lemon in place of the orange but orange and chocolate translates to Christmas for me. Found the original in The Washington Post who attributed the Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookbook. In homage, consider using Ghirardelli chocolate for this recipe. Whatever chocolate you use, use block chocolate, not morsels. ****dough needs 30 to 60 minute minimum chill in the fridge (good for making the day before)**** These turned out to be the star on the Christmas platters. Several folks would not believe these were not purchased! They are that good with bittersweet chocolate & about 3+ teaspoons orange zest. Will make next with tangerine zest!

    Recipe #403230

    Easy peasy & oh so yum! The 2 hour cook time is chilling time - whips up in under 10 minutes! Emily Nunn, a Chicago Tribune staff writer, wrote, "...a recipe for clam dip presented on television's "Kraft Music Hall" caused such excitement that the next day New York City sold out of canned clams...". Yeppers, clam dip really can be that good - try it with freshly steamed clams sometime - it'll change your world! From the Chicago Tribune.

    Recipe #311964

    Night time temps to 25 degrees F and big sale at new supermarket with goat at $1.79/lb prompted this stew. Goat is tasty, lean, high in protein & thusly benefits from slow cooking/braising. This stew is mildy spicy from the black pepper & peppers in the Rotel (canned diced tomato/green chili) & one can pick the Rotel (mild, regular, hot) for preferred degree of heat. Good eats on a cold night! Serve with romaine salad & hot crusty baquette. Time does not include presoaking of navy beans.

    Recipe #194010

    These sound just so tasty! From the Almond Board of California - I think I'm getting to like them as much as the Raisin Guys!

    Recipe #385002

    I love all kinds of kale. The article from The Washington Post mentions black kale (aka - dino, Tuscan kale) as a nice choice but I suspect curly blue-green Scotch kale would be fine as well. Oh, did I mention how incredibly nutritious & economical kale is? Or how unbelievably easy kale is to grow in anyone's garden.... even in the winter? More about kale - www.motherearthnews.com/Organic-Gardening/2003-08-01/The-Best-Kales.aspx Article mentioned the recipe was adapted from Northern Virginia cooking instructor Robyn Webb.

    Recipe #352223

    This comes together fast after peeling the shrimp - in the time it takes to cook the pasta the meal is ready! It probably could serve 4 if antipasto & dinner salad is served - crusty warm chunks of Italian bread are de riguer to sop up the sauce - you will want ALL of it!

    Recipe #230923

    Egg salad with a little kick! Adjust the chile powder to your liking - start with less if you're not an affirmed chilehead & then increase as desired. Let egg salad rest 30 to 45 minutes after making final pepper addition to let flavors meld.

    Recipe #174074

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