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    This is based on Mark Bittman's Elegant Wintertime Tomato Soup, with more tomatoes and less stock, making it thicker and creamier. It makes enough for a family of three to eat all week and stores very well in the refrigerator. This soup has pretty much changed my life, it is so good. I've served it on it's own with bread and butter or with grilled cheese. I've also put a fried egg into it as well and it was great that way too.

    Recipe #468110

    Since becoming a vegetarian, I was looking for Sweet Potato recipes that don't involve marshmallows and cranberry recipes that don't involve gelatin. After making this, I don't miss any of that. Seriously - this is like the best thing I've tasted in forever and is perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I use the same dough that I use for pie crust - just roll it about a bit thicker. You can find the recipe for pie crust here: http://www.food.com/recipe/perfect-lemon-meringue-pie-344978

    Recipe #468109

    1 Reviews |  By adhoc

    Well - I think it is perfect at least. ;) This is a recipe that is a combination of several other lemon meringue pie recipes found here (as well as Alton Brown's on foodnetwork.com). I wanted a recipe that had a lot of lemon flavor, but wasn't too tart, and one that stood up pretty well. You may want to modify the sugar in the filling depending on the tartness of your lemons. This recipe also includes my mom's old pie crust recipe. A very easy pie crust that is always flaky and always good.

    Recipe #344978


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