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    'Originally developed at Roosters, a gourmet take-out, cookware shop, and cooking school in Greensboro, North Carolina, food scientist and best-selling cookbook author Shirley Corriher shared this recipe with us.' All the rage presently at CT Classic (you know who you are!). Copying here for posterity (and easier access). You can experiment with regular saltines, various seasonings and cheeses. Variations included in the instructions of this recipe.

    Recipe #446037

    A Quick and Easy recipe from Canadian Living magazine, so it's tested until perfect.

    Recipe #445463

    We loved this as a reasonably-quick, mightily-delicious dinner. From Canadian Living - so it's tested until perfect.

    Recipe #445433

    This is the smoked salmon we always enjoy when we go and visit Dimi's nona (godmother). It's wonderful - simple, beautiful and so tasty! Thank you, nona, for always making this for us and making us feel special. To give credit where it is due, Dina got the recipe from 'The Christmas Table' by Carolyn Miller.

    Recipe #444944

    Very homey and comforting - especially on a cold day, when you want a more 'stick-to-your-ribs' type soup. This is definitely better made a couple of days in advance, so perfect to make over a quieter weekend to enjoy during a busier working week. The cooking time is approximate as it will depend on how old your beans are, how long you've soaked them, and how you cook them (I use a pressure cooker to cook the beans and then proceed with the rest of the recipe in a standard soup pot).

    Recipe #444753

    Found at the woolworths site. This recipe requires chilling overnight to set. Sounds and looks perfect for the holidays.

    Recipe #444553

    Posted by a dear cyber-friend, Nightrider. Her mom's been making these for at least 20 years, and they are REALLY REALLY good. The flavours are perfect for Christmas!

    Recipe #443924

    These Italian biscuits are hard and crunchy because they are twice-cooked (‘bis’ is Italian for twice and ‘cotti’ for cooked). This makes them ideal for dipping into dessert wine, coffee or tea. Gifting these delicious cookies by placing them in a pretty, seasonal tin will make them the most well-received treat of the holidays!

    Recipe #443134

    A devilishly-good seasoned dredge for your chicken drumsticks. Gift your 'secret' recipe to friends in decorated bags, and give instructions on how to bake the drumsticks.

    Recipe #443133

    These baked drumsticks are finger-licking, lip-smacking GOOD! Make up the hoisin glaze and gift to your friends in small, attractive jars. Add the instructions on how to bake the chicken, and you'll have some very happy people on your hands! Serve with basmati or jasmine rice drizzled with the pan juices from the chicken and finely-sliced green onion tops.

    Recipe #443127

    From Bon Appetit, December, 2010. 'This dessert is as easy as it is delicious—put it together in the morning and let it chill in the fridge until dinner time.' This needs a 4-6 hour setting time. Special equipment: 1 9-inch-diameter tart pan with removable bottom.

    Recipe #443033

    From Van Gogh's Table. Thanks to roz for directing me to this recipe.

    Recipe #442713

    This is a great-tasting and simpe to make appetizer for your holiday table. Light and healthy - it's got it all. You will need 24 long cocktail picks to use as skewers.

    Recipe #442466

    From In Nonna's Kitchen, Carol Field. You have a choice of sun-dried tomatoes for this dish: you can buy them already plumped in oil or you can refresh them yourself in warm water. Taste your sun-dried tomatoes to be sure that they are not overly salty and look them over to be sure they are without holes.

    Recipe #442457

    A French style apple cake, from Dorie Greenspan. You get a very moist cake that doesn't bake up high, like others, as it's mostly fruit.

    Recipe #442451

    From Bon Appetit, November 2010. Recipe by Rochelle Palermo.

    Recipe #441856

    From Bon Appetit, November 2010.

    Recipe #441855

    A Bon Appetit recipe, November 2010. Recipe by Diane Morgan.

    Recipe #441853

    From Bon Appetit, November 2010. Recipe by Diane Morgan.

    Recipe #441851

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