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    Mom used to make this for Thanksgiving or Christmas, depending on which one we were hosting that year (we alternated with my uncle's family). I loved it as a kid, although it's one of those frequently scorned foods. No wonder, as it is incredibly sweet.

    Recipe #267306

    Remy's Ratatouille, from the movie, (by Thomas Keller, via NYT 6/13/07)

    Recipe #241912

    Recipe for coffeecake served at a popular restaurant near Stanford University.

    Recipe #112855

    My brother makes a killer banana bread, where the batter is basically a way to cement together all kinds of nutty, fruity goodness. There is no oil at all in this recipe. The result is almost fruitcakeish, except that it's actually edible! :-) Like fruitcake, the loaves are pretty stable and improve with age. You can add pretty much any kind/combination of dried fruit and nuts - as long as it adds up to the same total weight of the ingredients listed below.

    Recipe #201934

    My brother loves popovers and makes them about every other weekend. Our mom used to make them and they were one of our favorite breakfasts. Makes 12 large popovers - use the deep popover pans - not those wussy muffin tins!

    Recipe #201692

    Norwegian holiday bread. My brother went to Norway for a AFS and brought back a recipe for Julekake, which our mother incoporated into the family holiday tradition. We don't have the original recipe, though, so he's translated two from a cookbook of the era. Translated by my brother from Kokebok; Statens Lærerskole I Husstell, Stabekk ;J.W. Cappelens Forlag, Oslo 1966.

    Recipe #201940

    Norwegian holiday bread. My brother went to Norway for a AFS and brought back a recipe for Julekake, which our mother incoporated into the family holiday tradition. We don't have the original recipe, though, so he's translated two from a cookbook of the era. Translated by my brother from Kokebok; Statens Lærerskole I Husstell, Stabekk ;J.W. Cappelens Forlag, Oslo 1966.

    Recipe #201943

    Baby-back ribs in a spicy tomato garlic sauce. Start in the oven and finish on the grill.

    Recipe #201790

    My sister-in-law got this recipe from my brother's postdoc advisor's wife in Edmonton in the 1970's. It is a very moist chocolate cake with a surprise ingredient - beets! I have tried it with orange extract instead of peppermint, and it came out fantastic. You can also leave out the peppermint altogether if you want just plain chocolate.

    Recipe #62501

    From my brother, who says he got it from the San Jose Mercury News, March 1992.

    Recipe #201907

    Another variation on "beer can chicken." I hit upon the happy combination of garlic and cider by accident, but it's is a keeper. For roasting I use a stoneware dish with the "can" built-in, and serve with the same dish. Mine is from claycoyote.com, but you can use just about any version of this that holds the chicken vertical and catches the juices. Fresh chickens seem to taste better than frozen ones. This also makes a wonderful chicken soup base later if you boil the carcass and giblets with bay. The garlic that has been baking in the cider tastes great. I'm not kidding. Try it.

    Recipe #202333

    Upstate NY recipe from Chanatry’s supermarket

    Recipe #207667

    Rose's adaptation from Shirley. Yummy morning muffins with a twist; you blender in whole oranges! Be careful about eating too many - the fiber can be potent.

    Recipe #285827

    A sort-of amalgam of recipes found on here, plus ideas gleaned from the greater web. Fantastic with a shot of spiced rum in the mug.

    Recipe #202217


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