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    This recipe is from Alice Medrich's Bittersweet. This recipe is quite easy, especially if you're not concerned about eating raw eggs (I've made this 3 times now, and I'm still here! LOL). The mousse is luscious and intense - the flavor of the chocolate is the star here so use the best quality that you can find. You may use this as a filling for cakes or tortes as well (enough for 2 thick layers of mousse for a 9" cake).

    Recipe #108505

    Posted on request for a wheat/gluten free cookie recipe.

    Recipe #76801

    This recipe is from "Low Fat Cooking", by Pamela Westland. I haven't tried this yet, due to my BULGING cookbook and I'm trying to cut back in desserts... anyway, if u try them, do let me know if u like it. Posted on request by love4culinary. Prep time is an estimation; seems like a really easy recipe.

    Recipe #74379

    It's a funny chicken pie with rice and uses white toast as the crust. My BF Anth loves it.

    Recipe #118296

    I found this recipe at about.com. I have not tried it yet. A great way to relax for 10 minutes.

    Recipe #101347

    A moist and delicious cake. I prefer this than traditional mixed peel cakes. This is wonderful with a cup of hot tea (which I just had). Prep time includes 2 hours of soaking time for the apricots and raisins. TIPS: If you're making the whole recipe, you may use a Bundt pan. If halving the recipe, use a 8" square or round pan. If you're pressed for time, you can heat the dried fruits in brandy in the microwave on LOW, stirring every for 30 secs until warmed and fruits are soft. To chop the apricots finely, I use a kitchen shears.

    Recipe #116397

    Adapted from a recipe by Ruby Mama at allrecipes. I marinated it overnight, and it was wonderful!

    Recipe #98619

    I just 'adopted' this recipe from the 'orphan recipes' list - will be trying and editting (if necessary) it. Sounds like a great comfort food.

    Recipe #7607

    A delicious "adult" milkshake. Bailey's, ice cream and milk -- all combined in a glass, what's not to love?

    Recipe #93763

    Adapted from recipe by Delia Smith. Easy and low fat Chinese dish.

    Recipe #107693

    I got this recipe from Delicious Asian Seafood recipe booklet. I made this for dinner when my two picky younger sisters came visit me from Malaysia. They were 'wow-ed'!Between the four of us (my bf, my sisters and I), no leftovers at all!

    Recipe #90432

    These are moist and yummy, not too sweet - perfect for breakfast or a light snack. Makes 12 muffins or 24 mini muffins.

    Recipe #118956

    A local hawker food in Singapore and Malaysia. Probably not the healthiest food, but OH SO GOOD! I'm sure if you can't find the 'weird' ingredients, you can just sub sambal belacan/sambal oelek. Serve with plain rice or coconut rice and some stir-fried vegies.

    Recipe #80144

    Adapted from an Australian 'Survival From The Fittest' cookbook. This recipe is easy and quick to prepare. Leftovers can be kept in the fridge for 2 days. It's also perfect for OAMC and make-ahead meals. Can be frozen up to 2 months.

    Recipe #102393

    Not technically bonbons, but pretty close. An easy-peasy no-bake delight! From "Crazy Plates". Does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #73983

    These have a wonderful texture - buttery, melt-in-your-mouth soft, yet a little crunchy. The cornstarch makes this shortbread especially tender, while the addition of oatmeal give it a bit of crunch. Using old-fashioned oats instead of quick-cooking will provide more crunch. Recipe by Elinor Klivans. These can be made ahead and frozen up to 3 months. Wrap them tightly with plastic wrap, then seal in a clean plastic/metal container.

    Recipe #105403

    Got this from King Arthur Flour's website. It's easy and produces such good results that I had to share this. Soft, fluffy, buttery - my idea of the perfect roll for dinner/breakfast/whenever. Included some variations that I use at the end of recipe.

    Recipe #90090

    Makes a wonderful frosting for cupcakes or a simple cake. Very easy to prepare. From Fine Cooking, originally suggested for caramel cupcakes. This recipe is enough to frost 12 cupcakes.

    Recipe #87307

    This is very easy to make, and it's delicious too. Use pure maple syrup if possible. Makes ALL the difference. Serve as a light dessert or at a lazy Sunday brunch on pancakes.

    Recipe #87499

    Adapted from existentialmoo.com. Makes a very tasty snack. CAUTION: it's very addictive! Can be made 1 week ahead and kept in an airtight container at room temperature

    Recipe #77001

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