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    These little cookies look like glittery strawberries. They're very sweet, but absolutely delicious. They look fabulous on a tray for a holiday party. I got the recipe from a teacher I was assisting in Colorado back in the early 1970s. We've made them as gifts for Mother's Day and Valentine's Day as well as the December holidays.

    Recipe #510950

    I learned to make these from a woman in Colorado who still cooks and heats her house with a wood stove. We love them in Turkey Noodle soup right after Thanksgiving or Chicken Noodle any old time. They're pretty good in any old broth. The challenge is knowing when "it feels right." If you've been cooking a long time, you'll get the knack pretty easily. If you're a novice, it might take a few disappointing tries before you get the right texture. Once you do, you'll never go back.

    Recipe #454987

    I love lamb shanks, but I was looking for something different. I adapted this recipe from http://www.australian-lamb.com. Green curry paste is too spicy for me unless I make my own. I like an adaptation of Recipe #99030 -- Thai green curry paste gone greener -- with the chilies reduced. Otherwise I use yellow curry paste. SERVING SUGGESTION: Great with steamed snap peas and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay!

    Recipe #437237


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