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    The first time I encountered Chartreuse, I thought my friend was putting me on... to me it smelled like after-shave lotion. But once I tasted it, my whole opinion changed. No-one should die without once trying Chartreuse. Absolutely fantastic! And this is my favorite drink using it, concocted one night from ingredients on hand, and OFTEN repeated.

    Recipe #330615

    My son saw me post a recipe, and got excited and wanted to post his own. So here's a snack that, at the age of 10, he loves to eat (of course, what 10-y.o. boy doesn't love to eat?). He says, "It's a sweet, crunchy, creamy, delicious, mouthwatering treat!"

    Recipe #190090

    Something different for breakfast, or try it for dinner. Sprinkle liberally with Tabasco or similar hot sauce if you like it spicier!

    Recipe #87531

    These are great breakfast biscuits, lightly sweet with wonderfully balanced flavors. I put together pieces of three different recipes to arrive here, and I really love the result. These biscuits scored well in my house! I always bake biscuits on a pizza stone, which I preheat as the oven preheats. I'm not sure how this affects baking time, so if you're using a lightly greased cookie sheet, I'd recommend watching them closely after the first 10 minutes!

    Recipe #449720

    Looking for something reasonably good for you (unlike most cookies), sweet without being overwhelming, delicious but not filled with saturated fats? Try this! I started from a recipe for Scottish oatcakes, and the result is these mildy sweet whole-grain cookies made with fruits, nuts, and tree oils. Enjoy!

    Recipe #49993

    A Thai-style salad with grilled meat. This worked out really well and I highly recommend it! Serves 2 as a main dish.

    Recipe #190089

    If you like soups as a main dish, this is a great one... hearty and filling. For a more traditional Tom Kha Gai, leave out the bok choy, tomatoes, and bean thread noodles, and add some extra mushrooms. But believe me, this soup is incredible as written. I can never find the galagnal traditionally used in Tom Kha Gai, but if you can get it, I say use some.

    Recipe #87080

    Up-front warning: This pie is apparently not for everyone. I've loved the flavor of apples and horseradish together since I was in junior high, when I experienced a totally sublime horseradish applesauce served warm as a side dish in a German restaurant. For about the last year, I've been developing this recipe for an apple horseradish pie, and it's at the point where I think it's ready. So I entered it in an apple pie baking contest, and it came in 6th place out of 7. The judges didn't like it. But a lot of people told me on the side that they tasted it and they really liked it a lot. A polarizing recipe, I guess... you're either going to love it or hate it. :-) Several people, after tasting it, have described it to me as, "a pretty normal apple pie, but with an unusual spice combination that you don't expect." The tricky thing about the horseradish in this recipe is that you REALLY can't use a prepared horseradish from the store. Prepared horseradish is made with vinegar, and one of the first things I learned in my experiements is that the vinegar is out of place in an apple pie. Instead, you should prepare your own horseradish, and use lemon juice instead of vinegar. Then it works in apple pie. My kids really love this recipe, so I think it's good enough to post now. Hopefully it will keep being improved over the years!

    Recipe #265898


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