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    Adapted from CHOW. Delicious and slightly uppity ;)

    Recipe #516029

    I had this amazing coffee cake at a Catholic convention recently and one of the organizers was so kind and got the recipe for me from one of the women at the church. It is insanely good.

    Recipe #515987

    Adapted from Serious Eats. I changed to my family's taste. Posted here for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #515453

    Great technique from Mountain Mama. Wonderful over rice or cilantro lime quinoa.

    Recipe #514889

    Inspired by the amazing Pioneer Woman's recipe. I'm posting so I can make this again and again. I made it with spaghetti tonight but I think I'll try the mini lasagna- like noodles next time. Or something flat and long and wide. In the original recipe she uses heavy cream, less peas, regular onion, less bacon. This is the way I like it.

    Recipe #514484

    I saw a gluten-free, vegan version of these on Facebook and had to find something a little more fun. Adapted from Pamela Salzman. The texture of these is in between a muffin and a bowl of oatmeal. You can add or subtract add-ins as long as you include something sweet or savory in the mix. Very nice. *** it is important that you use aluminum/foil cupcake liners and not paper liners! The oatmeal cups will stick a little to the aluminum but become a paper oatmeal globule mess with the paper ones. ***

    Recipe #512693

    This is inspired by Cyn's Southwest Spaghetti Squash. Lots of iron from the black beans and ground beef. Even my picky kids ate it without complaint!

    Recipe #511815

    We made this in a cooking class and it was amazing! Simple, rich and elegant - the perfect starter for a fancy dinner.

    Recipe #511576

    From the back of a Hershey's Kisses Mint Truffles. Must try, husband will melt like putty.

    Recipe #511575

    From my lovely mother who is an excellent cook!

    Recipe #511573

    I made this for a Christmas party and it was a hit! So simple and fancy. Takes less than 15 minutes start to finish; you just plop the wheel of brie on a plate, rind and all, and pour on the sauce.

    Recipe #511572

    From Indian in 6 by Monisha Bharadwaj. One of my favorite, easy ways to make an Indian dish.

    Recipe #507111

    From Sarcastic Cooking (http://www.sarcasticcooking.com/) So ridiculously good and healthy!

    Recipe #504140

    This banana cake is very light, fluffy and has a great tang to the icing. It's lower in calories and nice enough for company or simply breakfast. I use less sugar than is typical, if you prefer a noticeably sweet cake, add 1 full cup. I also find the cake takes a little more than one smashed banana, and you can use the rest of the second for the frosting

    Recipe #500699

    This is modified from Allrecipes with half the streusel, and reversed order of stacking ingredients so it's on top. We also swapped coconut milk for milk to add a creamy density. You could use any fruit and/or use the cake layer and vary the additions. So yummy!

    Recipe #500461

    Warm, creamy, comforting and healthy in my book, this is a riff on Paula Deen's Coconut Mango rice. It matches the health-benefits of coconut milk with those of brown rice. Sodium is reduced from her recipe as well. I served this with roasted, caramelized red onion, butternut squash, eggplant, beets and a simple roast chicken. Use a nicely ripened mango. *The nutrition values are not correct, 2 servings of this rice should yield approx 340 calories a piece, you can reduce the calories further by using light coconut milk.

    Recipe #500404

    Adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's recipe. I add a touch of honey and swap sour cream for yogurt because I always have it on hand. I also reduced the cayenne. This is so excellent over quality basmati rice with simple peas and naan.

    Recipe #499454

    I love imitation crab. I know that probably makes me less of a foodie, but I don't care. This is a combination of the delicious fake sushi salad I ate to get a sushi fix while pregnant, with the cheap delicious protein in imitation crab. Enjoy!

    Recipe #499400

    Made Dib's recipe for Chicken Cellophane Noodle Salad With Peanut Dressing, but changed it significantly to fit ingredients I had and to make it as side. The result was so good I want to post it for safe keeping. My thanks to Dib's!

    Recipe #499259

    From Madhur Jaffrey's Simple Indian Cookery. My husband made it and it is so elegant and delicious. She called for a 1/2 tsp cayenne in the sauce, but we reduced and you can reduce further if you're sensitive to heat. Serve with basmati rice, naan and green peas.

    Recipe #498051

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