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    A slightly different version of my basic quiche recipe; I just altered the ingredients for a relative who's got a lot of food allergies. This is just a simple quiche that doesn't require a lot of pre-cooked veggies or overly-fancy spices. I use lox pieces in mine, and they actually stay firm in this dish, instead of "flaking" too much like usual raw salmon! It's great cold too, and can easily be prepared ahead of time and warmed up later. Hope you'll try it! :)

    Recipe #81318

    This crockpot version is elegant, but inexpensive and very easy to put together -- my husband loves it! I usually serve mine with a salad & freshly-baked loaf of bread. Lots of other French onion soup recipes seem to call for an extreme amount of butter, but I've found that 1 or 2 tablespoons, along with some well-browned onions, will yield a lovely rich flavor.

    Recipe #67717

    This recipe originally came from a book that's now lost somewhere... I've made a few adjustments for my personal taste. I don't usually like bell peppers all that much, but love this recipe -- hearty, quite healthy, and works wonderfully all year 'round! Find a local farmers' market for the freshest (and cheapest) bell peppers!

    Recipe #66538

    This simple, versatile dressing works well with green salads, but is also wonderful on hot & cold veggie dishes. You could even use it as a marinade to add a subtle little punch of flavor!

    Recipe #93180

    After reading a lot of different recipes, I "stole" what I liked from each one and came up with this. I'm not a kugel expert, but this recipe has worked for me on several occasions. The marmalade was used simply because I happened to have a jar of it handy, and it went well with the cinnamon. If you aren't as sugar-crazy as I am, by all means eliminate or reduce the amount of sugar (or, use unsweetened marmalade). This is a great dessert or side-dish for a crowd of people! :)

    Recipe #81971

    If you streak or lighten your hair, try this masque! I've been making and using it since I first started dying my hair (more years than I care to admit). My hair is dark with red undertones, so I use the tea and grenadine together. If you have your haircolor's "extra" item handy, do try it.

    Recipe #74404

    Lemons and wine give this hearty, elegant soup a naturally tart flavor; this may be magnified if you substitute Neufchatel cheese for the cream cheese. (I'm a big fan of piquant/tart flavors, and like it both ways!) I use those inexpensive "lox bits" from the supermarket or deli, and am always surprised at how tender they become after cooking. This is one of my favorites during colder months!

    Recipe #74397

    I've always loved okra, and was so pleased to come across an interesting way to cook it! The recipe calls for whole okra pods, but I like to "smash" mine a little bit before cooking them, so they'll break down a little more. This is great as a hot veggie dish, or it can be served chilled as an appetizer, with bread or crackers.

    Recipe #67016

    NOTE: I found the original recipe uncredited on a random website several years ago, and AFTER posting this, found out that it is from the "Silver Palate Cookbook." This version is not the original; it's been altered according to my preferences. (If you have not seen this classic cookbook, check it out, but please don't make the rabbit recipes.) This is a yummy, impressive recipe with strong flavors -- lots of fruit, garlic, wine, and spices combine to make a luscious dark sauce! I have substituted raisins in place of the prunes, but prefer the original way. This dish has been a big hit with dinner guests, even those who are hesitant to eat prunes because of their "reputation". :) (The prep time is high because I like to marinade mine overnight -- actual chopping can be done in under 20 minutes.)

    Recipe #66539


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