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    A simple stuffed pepper recipe that my mom made when I was growing up. I've made a couple of changes to it, but both the original recipe taste great as well. I use brown rice instead of white, homemade whole wheat breadcrumbs instead of store bought and I add 1/4 cup shredded Parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #325927

    A holiday favorite in our house.

    Recipe #325562

    Bulgogi is a Korean Beef dish that is delicious and easy to make. This recipe comes from a friend's mom, who is Korean. I can never seem to make it quite as good as hers, but its still delicious. In the original recipe, she cooked the beef in a skillet, I prefer using the broiler though.

    Recipe #320639

    I spent quite a bit of time living on the island of St. Vincent in the West Indies and picked up this Rum Punch recipe from the Grand View Hotel there. I cut the ingredients in half as the original recipe was for a huge quantity. Also, the amount of rum and water was unclear. I interpreted the rum to water ratio as 1 part rum to 2 parts water since the original recipe does not quantify an actual amount of either. If you use a normal size bottle of rum and double the amount for the water, you should be fine. It takes a few days to make, but is definitely worth the effort.

    Recipe #313033

    This is the dressing my mom made every Thanksgiving. It's tasty and simple.

    Recipe #312679

    This is a family favorite passed down from my grandmother.

    Recipe #312673

    I made this up with a few ingredients that I had in the house and it turned out great. I used country style ribs and grilled it on low. I usually like to slow cook ribs on the grill by placing the meat on one side with the burner off and heating the grill with the side with nothing on it, then browning some at the end. This takes hours and I didn't have time for that this time, but I'm sure it would have been even better.

    Recipe #312624

    This is a simple cranberry sauce recipe that can be made even easier by substituting 1 cup of orange juice for the fresh orange. Sweetness can be adjusted depending on taste. I'd recommend anywhere from 1/3 to 1 cup. All organic ingredients can be substituted, depending on availability.

    Recipe #301088

    This is the perfect guacamole. The amount of jalapeno peppers can be adjusted depending on taste. I find that 1/2 gives it enough kick for flavor that most people can tolerate. Use 1/4 of the pepper for a milder version or the whole thing if you really want to taste it. Be sure to use disposable latex gloves when chopping to prevent the oils from the pepper from getting on your hands.

    Recipe #301087

    I played around with different recipes to find a whole wheat pie crust that wasn't dried out. This recipe, if done right is flaky and delicious. I use it for my apple pie and chicken pot pie alike. Careful not to overwork the dough, the more its handled or mixed, the dryer it will be.

    Recipe #301003

    The yogurt makes these whole wheat pancakes taste moist and delicious. I mix up the batter plain and then throw on diced fruit or nuts on top after I pour it onto the griddle, but before I turn them over. My toddler son loves berries or bananas on his and I prefer walnuts or pecans.

    Recipe #300897

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