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    2 Reviews |  By Kirby

    These are a lovely cake-cookie, with a deep chocolate flavor. We made these as a holiday cookie growing up, with a simple powdered sugar frosting. I don't make them often, simply because I will eat too many at once. Hope you enjoy. You may use all butter in lieu of shortening, but I wouldn't recommend using all shortening or margarine. Powdered baking chocolate works fine, too. Be sure to read the conversion chart on the packaging.

    Recipe #268578

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    I don't really like eggplant, but I loved this curry. I couldn't get enough of it, and two hours after eating a heaping bowl, I went back for what little was left over, and ate that. It's comfort food, and so soulful. Maybe it has something to do with the butter everything is sautéed in? This is adapted from a Bon Appetit article, and the directions are long, BUT once you get going, it's not hard to do. I used a curry mix that I like by Sadaf brands; use your favorite or make one from scratch! Enjoy!

    Recipe #266471

    A great brunch dish for a crowd. This doubles easily, and it's even better the next day. Not for those easily frightened by calories, but it's a little better with veggie "sausage". Also keeps it kosher! The pepper jack cheese is what makes it so great.

    Recipe #265548

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A kosher version of split pea soup. This can easily be made without a bone for a vegetarian soup. This is a hearty and delicious soup perfect for cold winter nights. Serve with your favorite home made bread or rolls to soak up what's at the bottom of the bowl.

    Recipe #265546

    5 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A simple, straightforward gluten free pizza dough recipe. Also egg free! From one of the Mom's that raised me...thanks Alice! Omit the xanthan gum if your mix already includes it.

    Recipe #264044

    A delicious marinated bean salad, served chilled. Great in the summer as a side, or a vegetarian main dish. Add some whole grain penne or elbows, tomato slices and avocado, too. Use canned beans for convenience, if you like, but make sure your beans are cooked, first. The list of beans are my favorites; pick yours, but don't leave out the edamame.

    Recipe #247711

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A nod to Thanksgiving with a simple, delicious stuffed with stuffing chicken breast. The apricot glaze melts down as a sauce. Serve with all the trimmings; cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie.

    Recipe #246369

    2 Reviews |  By Kirby

    Fresh peach pie recipe requires to cooking (excluding the crust!) and is best used with the freshest of peaches. Use a prebaked pie shell, or my Easy-Peasy Pie Crust recipe.

    Recipe #246111

    This pie crust is a pat in crust, but tastes flaky and delicious in spite of being a lazy version. From my Great Grandmother Mabel Larson's recipe. I've made it parve (or vegan-here it would be the same thing). I'll make a note later if my savory version of this turns out well. See recipe for Fresh Peach Pie, for something to put in the crust.

    Recipe #246108

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A fruit sweetened carrot cake, perfect for a baby or anyone who wants to stay away from sugar. Great with cream cheese frosting or alone for an everyday snack. Freezes well.

    Recipe #241385

    3 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A tomato based chicken stew. Serve with rice for an easy, healthy meal. It's really delicious and almost hard to stop eating! Because my father wouldn't eat this, it was served only when he was out of town. I've updated it with fresh mushrooms, in lieu of canned, better curry mixes, and serve it with basmati or jasmine brown rice. Add zucchini, broccoli or cauliflower for added health. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have over the years. It's one of my comfort foods.

    Recipe #240156

    4 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A simple version of a comfort food classic. From the website, 'Feed Me Bubbe'.

    Recipe #232500

    The recipe's from my Mom, who got it from a newspaper, who got it from the Mother Wonderful's Cheesecake cookbook. It it the best cheesecake you'll ever eat. Watch out; people will insist you make it for every special occasion. Requires a 10" spring form pan.

    Recipe #229147

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A tasty cheese lasagna that comes out surprisingly light. Don't leave out the pesto; it's wonderful with the tomato sauce. Because we eat a lot of pasta at home, I usually have homemade sauce and pesto on hand, but packaged will work great here, too. Any finely shredded vegetables can replace the zucchini, such as eggplant, carrots, spinach or mushrooms. Freezes well.

    Recipe #132715

    1 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A very tasty seasoning for beef or chicken using ground coffee.

    Recipe #65275

    6 Reviews |  By Kirby

    A great way to enjoy one sadly overlooked vegetable. The Eggplant. Add your favorite protein for a great one dish meal! This is my version of my friend Mayumi's recipe. I prefer the long and thin Japanese or Chinese eggplant. They taste less acidic.

    Recipe #64955


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