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    Came up with this low sugar recipe after being overwhelmed by light & heavy syrups while canning whole figs. Lots of figs around here now - free for the picking as not too many folks eat them anymore (Whaaaat?). It has a bright fresh flavor - when DH taste tested he ate all the extra from the first batch (about a 1/2 cup overage). Ordinarily he is a taste & go kind of guy so I knew it was good. I use the extra pectin as I like a firmer set. Leave out the extra pectin if you want a softer set (low sugar pectin seems to set softer for me). I added the extra lemon juice (bottled for the standardized pH) for safety's sake. No point in making the stuff just to get knocked off by it. The lemon definitely enhances.

    Recipe #433406

    Put these thin little chocolate cookies on your holiday platter & let tasters be surprised, very surprised. The black pepper and allspice gives unexpected snap. Found in The Washington Post, adapted from "The Ultimate Chocolate Cookie Book," by Bruce Weinstein. Make the dough & chill - this allows you to bake when you want to, as many as you want at a time.

    Recipe #403421

    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

    A nice slice & bake cookie that caught my eye for the cranberry filling. From The Washington Post. Uncooked logs can be frozen for a month, baked unassembled cookies can be frozen 2 weeks & the assembled cookies keep in an airtight container for 3 days. Lemon, poppy seed, cranberry jam... what's not to like? Lime or grapefruit juice can be substituted for the lemon juice. Adapted from Tiffany MacIsaac, pastry chef at Birch & Barley in Northwest Washington.

    Recipe #403172

    As a respite from The Turkey, this lovely almost-vegetarian recipe found on a wonderful blog, Poppyseeds & Tiger Lilies, http://poppyseedsandtigerlilies.blogspot.com/2009/11/magazine-mondays-creamy-mushroom-and.html , sure hit the spot. The author notes this is a recipe she adapted from volume 38 of Donna Hay magazine. Both the dish & the blog are worth checking out. I am posting so I misplace neither. Can be made really vegetarian with vegetable stock in place of the beef stock. Serve with your favorite sauteed green or simple green salad for a full meal.

    Recipe #402157

    Found this in the Wichita Eagle & am stashing as it looks like a great side dish for Thanksgiving week if not actually on Thanksgiving. They note the recipe is from Pioneer Woman's cooking blog - such a wonderful site! 2Bleu zamailed me that she felt the cheddar cheese on top improved the flavor enough to warrant an extra star - think I'll be trying it with additional cheese on top too ( & maybe scattered inside...).

    Recipe #399291

    This recipe from Castagna in Portland, OR, was requested in the LA Times' Culinary SOS column by a fan who described it as "ambrosia". It certainly has all the right stuff. "This striking dish is perfect for summer entertaining, and half of the recipe can be made in advance. The rich fish broth is delicately flavored with leek and fennel, complemented with bright notes from lemon and Pernod, and rounded out with just a hint of chile and tomato for added depth. Serve each bowl with a generous helping of steamed and sautéed fish and shellfish, crostini and creamy anchovy aioli or rouille." Substitute any firm fleshed white ocean fish & vary the shellfish according to your locale & season.

    Recipe #392620

    We are drying our cayenne peppers - they are coming out of our ears! This recipe caught my eye from www.fiery-foods.com .

    Recipe #391132

    Another nice hummus recipe that makes use of my garden's peppers by way of The Wichita Eagle who got it from the North American Olive Oil Association. This one is a little lighter on the lemon & tahini - adjust to your taste of course. Use a potato masher to crush the garbanzos if you do not have food processor or blender - did it that way myself for years & now I prefer a chunkier hummus to the ultra-smooth, go figure. Serve with baked pita bread or pita chips or stuff into tomatoes (big cherries piped with smooth spicy hummus are great heavy hors d'oeuvres).

    Recipe #385430

    This sounds so elegant & simple - such a lovely combination of easy-to-grow Swiss Chard & rosemary! Would make a lovely lunch with a couple of poached eggs & some buttery toasted chewy bread (a ha! another poverty meal!) Received in email from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Thanks, Char!

    Recipe #384765

    I love rabbit - properly cooked, it is a wonderful full-flavored not overly rich meat. Received in email from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Thanks deranged_millionaire! Saving this one for cold weather this winter.

    Recipe #383467

    Received this from www.whfoods.org . It sounds fast, satisfying but lighter - great for hot weather. I plan to use the grill (outside) to avoid heating up the house this time of year.

    Recipe #382657

    Received this in email - reminds me of tamales a Honduran friend described. Since the banana plants are up & growing like crazy now I thought this is the right time to give this recipe a whirl. Given the time involved to make I plan to double recipe & freeze a lot of tamales. Received in email from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Thanks Lavender! Lavender noted - Aluminum foil may be substituted for banana leaves.

    Recipe #381926

    This recipe was submitted by Jessie Grearson, of Falmouth, Maine, in the first-ever National Festival of Breads bread-baking competition, sponsored by King Arthur Flour and Kansas Wheat. She was a finalist in the Time-Saving & Easy Breads category. What a knock your socks off bread! I love the use of savory ingredients with sweet potatoes & the use of King Arthur's Italian-style flour (have to order it from King Arthur). This recipe is a winner in my book! Thank you Ms. Jessie!

    Recipe #378624

    A classic southern coastal dish. This version is from Chef Drextal Carter, of The Praline Connection in New Orleans. it was published n The Times-Picayune in anticipation of the French Market Creole Tomato Festival coming this weekend. I plan to make it when my own tomatoes & okra are ready (soon)! Use the freshest ripe red (or black or pink) robustly flavored tomatoes you can get.

    Recipe #376919

    This was published in The Times-Picayune in anticipation of the Creole Tomato Festival this weekend. That is the festival for the tomato variety called Creole. Can't find a Creole tomato? You are missing something good then, mon cherie. The Cerole tomato was made the LA state vegetable (though we all know it is a fruit) in 2003. Why? "cause they are sooo darned tasty! Use any red, robust full-flavored tomato you can get your hands on - it will taste delicious!

    Recipe #376884

    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

    Spanish mackerel is a common catch-of-the-day here in the summer. It is also one of the less expensive fish to purchase. Nice fatty full of those omega fatty acids! This recipe is especially nice as it will make good use of our garden's chile & tomato bounty. Received this in an email from www.Chow.com - thanks, Chowhounds!

    Recipe #375984

    Fresh, mildly spicy & very refreshing. Plan to use on grilled chicken quarters - skin on & bone in! (Of course adjusting the heat & cooking time for the different meat - longer lower basically). Would be nice alongside Recipe#357666 or Recipe#368271 . Received in an email from Dalton Harris via gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Thanks Dalton!

    Recipe #375465

    This is a wonderful recipe from www.nolacuisine.com/2005/08/21/muffuletta-bread-recipe/ . The right bread makes this special sandwich perfect. I plan to use my trusty 16 yo Panasonic ABM to make the dough. Will raise then shape by hand for second rise & bake as directed in the oven.

    Recipe #373774

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