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    I developed this recipe after reading up on healthier way to prepare potatoes, and read a blog claiming that adding in cauliflower to mashed potatoes added more nutrients. I tried it and ended up developing the recipe into something nutritious and delicious at the same time. In the version below, I use only collard greens, however I've used swiss chard and other greens before. I'd suggest finding which greens work best for you. Or you can mix them and have the best of both words.

    Recipe #433694

    This is my cheese coney recipe, based on what I learned from my youth in Cincinnati. I've gotten rave reviews from friends on these tasty little creations.

    Recipe #425370

    This recipe appeared in Issue #1 of Archie Comic's Sonic the Hedgehog as the Blue Blur's favorite snack.

    Recipe #412094

    My own cookie recipe, based on a few I'd tried before. Keep in mind, bread flour is different from all-purpose flour and is a MUST for this recipe. So don't substitute all-purpose flour for bread flour.

    Recipe #391116

    When I was little, we had an Indian exchange student staying with us, so at a young age, I developed a taste for curry. As I got older, I learned a few recipes from British friends, based on the British bastardization of dishes that qualify as curry. Over the years, after I moved to Alaska, I developed my own recipe based of what I learned. I decided to name it in honor of my new home. Ultimately, I like to think of it as an Alaskan Curry, though it's influenced by many cultures. The use of almond milk and or soy milk came about due to me being horribly lactose intolerant. I usually get a soy substitute for yogurt to top it with, but you can use the regular stuff if you want.

    Recipe #390618

    This is a simple recipe, yes. However, I've had some British/Irish/Scottish friends in the past who've taught me what real tea tastes like, and I've found that I like this flavor to be present in both hot and cold forms of the beverage. Not to criticize, but many Americans don't understand the specifics of how to brew tea to its full potential and flavor. Some overbrew it, some underbrew it. I will be covering brewing both black and green teas for making sweet iced tea, in separate recipes.

    Recipe #318313

    An eastern twist on a western favorite, the use of wasabi horseradish gives a nice compiment to the familiar flavors of tuna fish and mayo. It's simple to make and works well on its own, or as an ingredient in sandwiches or onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls). I've gotten many compliments on this recipe and it's incredibly simple to make.

    Recipe #318264

    I actually learned this recipe from watching a video interview between Madame Diller and comedian Roseanne Barr, in which Roseanne joined Diller for lunch at the latter's home. In the video, Phyllis put together this delicious recipe, which I've found incredibly simple to replicate with delicious results. As a note, I cannot completely replicate Ms. Diller's recipe, as she guesstimates most of her spice measurements. While this works for some, I know this site often prefers specific measurements rather than estimations. Either way, it's pretty close. Except for, Phyllis uses a lot more olive oil than I specify. To each their own.

    Recipe #318223

    This is a simple recipe, yes. However, I've had some British/Irish/Scottish friends in the past who've taught me what real tea tastes like, and I've found that I like this flavor to be present in both hot and cold forms of the beverage. Not to criticize, but many Americans don't understand the specifics of how to brew tea to its full potential and flavor. Some overbrew it, some underbrew it. I will be covering brewing both black and green teas for making sweet iced tea, in separate recipes.

    Recipe #318106

    I discovered this recipe by accident, one night while I was trying to finish off a large amount of rice and had no other food. The name was originally utter as a joke, but I decided to work with it. For those not familiar with the term, Weeaboo is normally a derogatory term for a Caucasian person who is obsessed with the Japanese culture, and is commonly applied to many Anime fans in the US. In this case it's used in good humor, and not to chastise the people it may or may not apply to. You'll want to make a batch of rice, depending on how many of these you want. These are done in the style of McDonald's hashbrowns, which are served in large solid clumps and usually eaten by hand. I'll be using a small example batch for this recipe. Multiply the measurements to fit the amount you wish to yield from the recipe.

    Recipe #318099


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