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    1 Reviews |  By pleiad7

    My favorite butternut squash soup recipe - the key to this recipe is the rich flavors from the caramelized onions and the roasted garlic.

    Recipe #496233

    1 Reviews |  By pleiad7

    Being a hardcore egg junkie, I have found this to be my favorite egg salad recipe. It's delicious on toasted whole wheat bread, topped with crumbled, crispy bacon and with a side salad of baby spring greens. It's best to use the freshest eggs available, but fresher eggs are also much harder to peel than not-so-fresh ones. The technique I use for boiling and peeling in this recipe is practically foolproof and also prevents overcooking, which can cause the yolks to turn gray.

    Recipe #494794

    Refreshing, crisp, and tangy!

    Recipe #463788

    1 Reviews |  By pleiad7

    This rich and creamy soup can be served hot or cold. I prefer it pureed as outlined in the recipe, but it's just as yummy unblended if you enjoy more texture to it.

    Recipe #410043

    2 Reviews |  By pleiad7

    This is considered to be THE German fruit tart. Traditionally this is baked on yeast pastry, but the sweet German pastry is also a perfect base. It must be made with cold butter and the dough chilled before using, otherwise there is a tendency to add additional flour, which is a mistake. The crust rises up between the fruits and the delicious juices are absorbed into the pastry.

    Recipe #382233

    Recipe by Josh Silvers at Syrah Restaurant in Santa Rosa, CA. I just tried this for the first time yesterday with a slight modification (I used agave nectar instead of the suggested syrup) and served it to a group of friends who were visiting. Everyone loved it, it's very refreshing, healthy, and easy to make. Perfect for a hot summer day!

    Recipe #382198


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