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    5 Reviews |  By swissms

    The savory butter is also good on potatoes, rice, pasta, bread or even grilled steak. From Bon Appetit, August 1995.

    Recipe #345369

    4 Reviews |  By swissms

    This is not an authentic recipe for key lime pie but I think it is even better. Creamy, smooth, not overly sweet, quick & easy....just perfect. Makes two pies if using 9-inch store-bought graham cracker crusts.

    Recipe #345349

    Bon Appétit | December 1991 This moist Christmas cake takes its cues from the flavors and spices found in the classic Lebkuchen cookie. It's brushed with an orange-scented honey syrup, frosted with a creamy white chocolate icing and then surrounded by sliced almonds. I haven't made this yet but I love Lebkuchen cookies and this cake sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #344172

    3 Reviews |  By swissms

    From the Something Natural restaurant in Nantucket, MA as seen on Rachael Ray's $40 a Day. This is a very flavorful, no mayonnaise, chicken salad that is excellent served on croissants, multi-grain bread or salad greens. I have adapted to use 1/2 c. sour cream and 1/2 c. yogurt rather than 1 c. yogurt. Be sure to taste as you season because flavor may vary depending on the strength of your curry powder and Dijon mustard.

    Recipe #336408

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    I have not tried this recipe but I love the cookies from the Dancing Deer Bakery. This recipe was published in the Boston Globe. "This is not a traditional Scottish shortbread cookie dough, but a versatile, crunchy sweet cookie that can be flavored with a variety of natural oils and your favorite combination of mix-ins." Substitute your favorite mix-ins for the toffee and pecans.

    Recipe #336372

    I have not tried this recipe but I love the cookies from Dancing Deer Bakery. This recipe was published in the Boston Globe. "This is not a traditional Scottish shortbread cookie dough, but a versatile, crunchy sweet cookie that can be flavored with a variety of natural oils and your favorite combination of mix-ins." Substitute your favorite additions (mix-ins) in place of, or in addition to, the peppermint oil.

    Recipe #336371

    I have not tried this recipe but I love the cookies from the Dancing Deer Bakery. Published in the Boston Globe. This is not a traditional Scottish shortbread cookie dough, but a versatile, crunchy sweet cookie. Replace the dried apricots and ginger with your favorite mix-ins.

    Recipe #336356

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    I have not tried this recipe but I love the cookies from the Dancing Deer Bakery. Published in the Boston Globe. This is not a traditional Scottish shortbread cookie dough, but a versatile, crunchy sweet cookie that can be flavored with a variety of natural oils and your favorite combination of mix -ins. The article did not state quantity of cookies the recipe yields.

    Recipe #336355

    4 Reviews |  By swissms

    Excellent way to get kids (young and old) to eat their veggies. This recipe is easily adjustable to suit your tastes. If you prefer hotter salsa, add finely chopped jalapeno peppers. (I typically use 2 jalapenos, seeded). If you love garlic, add more....if you don't, add less. You could also add chopped black olives. Great served with chips, omelets, chicken, etc. From the Mayo Clinic website. Dietitian's tip: Store-bought salsa can have as much as 400 milligrams of sodium in 1/4 cup. This thick vegetable salsa has much less sodium: 150 milligrams in 1/2 cup. Note: recipe yield somewhat depends on the size of the produce you use.

    Recipe #336138

    From "Death by Chocolate: The Last Word on a Consuming Passion", Marcel Desaulniers, Executive Chef / Owner of the Trellis Restaurant in Williamsburg, VA. For the more experienced baker. A bit labor intensive but well worth the effort. Very impressive presentation and a wonderful combination of flavors and textures. The cake will disappear much faster than it takes to prepare. Delicious, delicious, delicious. Note: The cake layers will be very thin; they are not the main focus of this cake but instead serve to hold the layers of strawberries and chocolate mousse. Be sure to read through the recipe several times before beginning preparation.

    Recipe #336060

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