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    I am obsessed with brownies and most gluten free brownie recipes just don't do it for me (or else require a lot of effort or expensive ingredients). I adapted this recipe from the Dec. 2012 Bon Appetit magazine's recipe. They are very rich - which will actually keep me from eating the whole pan! Be warned - due to the diversity of gluten-free flours, I don't recommend making substitutions. I have tried every combination and this one really works for brownies. If you are dairy-free and have to use a margarine such as Earth Balance, be sure to reduce the salt to 1/4 teaspoon or omit it entirely.

    Recipe #491876

    Just a really, really good, simple soup. Enjoy!

    Recipe #395616

    I have never found a better lace cookie recipe - these do just the trick, and they're even wheat free! Definitely do-not-add-flour! If you haven't made them before, realize that these will be almost paper-thin. Because they spread out tremendously, you only need to use a tiny ball of dough per cookie (1/2 tsp. was suggested in another recipe) and should allow 2" space in between. I also recommend that you use an oven thermometer to double check your oven temp., as a cookie that takes this little time in the oven requires great accuracy! ENJOY! ***Special note: To make these gluten-free, be sure to use gluten-free oats.

    Recipe #395610

    I have no idea where this recipe originally came from. It's one of those strange concoctions that you try to describe to people and, well, they just never understand... until they TASTE it. This is a family recipe my great grandmother - aka Granny - used to make for my cousins and me. It is the ultimate comfort food and I rarely make it because I can't stop eating it!

    Recipe #395601

    My grandmother makes the greatest waffles I've ever had - and I think a lot of the flavor has to do with her special touch, knowing exactly how thin the batter should be. This is the recipe she gave me, and it is really tasty, but be wary that the batter s-h-o-u-l-d be kind of thin (like thin pancake batter). I sometimes have to use twice the amount of liquid because it is very dry where I live and humid where she's from, so feel free to thin the batter to your liking with water. Don't worry - you won't mess these delicious, buttery waffles up! Serve with butter and homemade syrup (recipe below).

    Recipe #376930

    This is my doctored-up version of my Grandma Joyce's incredible carrot cake, and it is delicious! I've been low-sugar/sugar-free for several months now and really wanted this cake, so I reduced the oil, substituted Splenda for sugar, and used whole wheat flour. The icing option is high-fat but really tastes great, even with Splenda in it (and I haaate Splenda's aftertaste!). I don't recommend making substitutions for this recipe, as the nuts and pineapple are crucial for the flavor and texture of this cake. Enjoy!

    Recipe #375754

    Sweet, delicious roast pork. Recipe adapted from my chef's version at culinary school. If you follow all the steps, it's the best char siu you'll ever have. I am usually "lazy" and use the marinade on a pork roast, then glaze it at the end.

    Recipe #375611

    I'm on a sugar-free, dairy-free diet for health reasons (it was a last resort, believe me!) and got sick of soymilk. This recipe is based on Minute Tapioca's classic recipe for Tapioca Pudding. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

    Recipe #372513

    I've spent so much money buying cartons of liquid chai concentrate and have tried many times to make it myself. Well, today I researched ruthlessly and this (which I made up on my own) is the concentrate I've been waiting for! Keep in mind everybody has a different masala chai preference and you should adjust it to your liking - I like a little spice, not too sweet, and an overall balance of flavors. Enjoy!

    Recipe #335435

    Making homemade pie crust is finally worth it! My grandmother found this recipe in a newspaper years ago. It is similar to other vinegar pie crust recipes but uses apple cider vinegar along with a combination of butter and shortening. The result is tender, extremely flaky crust with just enough flavor to compliment any pie. This recipe yields 6 large portions so you can put what you don't need in plastic baggies and freeze for a later date. Enjoy!

    Recipe #333273


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