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    This is a very different vegetable stew just packed with flavor - and is one of my family's most requested and one of my very favorites. It is based on a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks, "Tis the Season - A Very Vegetarian Christmas", by Nanette Blanchard. Although this comes from a Christmas cookbook, I like to serve this all year long, although it is especially comforting in the fall and winter months when it's cold. The original recipe calls for a puff pastry crust, which could make quite an elegant meal fit for company. However, I like to serve it with dumplings, so it's more everyday for my family. I'm sure it would be equally delicious without the dumplings - although my family would be upset if I didn't include them (the dumplings are usually fought over in my house). I've included just a basic dumpling recipe, but if you have one of your own, by all means please use it! You could also use some refrigerated biscuit dough if you have it on hand. This is something we might eat on a Sunday evening at our house, although the stew actually comes together quite quickly. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.

    Recipe #285943

    This delicious cream cheese frosting recipe came with the Sprinkles Pumpkin Cupcake mix that I purchased from the Williams-Sonoma catalogue, and baked over the holidays this year. Sprinkles cupcakes have been featured on Oprah as one of her favorite things and, having eaten more than a few while I was in California last year, I would definitely have to agree! I have made other cream cheese frostings before but this one was the best in my opinion. Although it is featured with the pumpkin cupcake, I think it would pair equally well with a spice cake. This recipe generated enough to very generously cover 12 cupcakes. Use the best cream cheese, butter, cinnamon, and vanilla you have. I hope you enjoy it as much we did!

    Recipe #279310

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