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  1. Ya know, I think WhitneyB needs to take a chill...

    Ya know, I think WhitneyB needs to take a chill pill. I don't consider avoiding waste to be 'conservative'. Some of us live on a budget and some of us prefer to utilize as much of our ingredients...
  2. Couldn't you use just one sheet of puff pastry...

    Couldn't you use just one sheet of puff pastry and cut it into 4 5-1/2" squares? My math expert husband said it would be almost as large as the circles, and you wouldn't be wasting all that pastry. ...
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    It's not real sweet and it IS savory, but it does...

    It's not real sweet and it IS savory, but it does have a sweet component. I find it a bit overwhelming but I think that's because we don't eat bacon very often, nor jam-type things. I think I...
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    Bacon Jam - what to do with it???

    I succumbed to advertising and bought some bacon jam from HEB and now don't quite know what to do with it. I've tried the Brussels Sprouts recipe using it - meh. I think part of the problem is we...
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    Another vote for Giada's Turkey Meatloaf with Feta and Sun-dried Tomatoes

    It's in the oven as I type. A great combination of flavors. Haven't tried Bobby's Glazed Meatloaf in the same post - hard to believe it is better than Giada's!!! It must be awesome.
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    Sounds great! Thanks for posting.

    Sounds great! Thanks for posting.
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    Thanks for the Peppermint Bark link - that looks...

    Thanks for the Peppermint Bark link - that looks good too! Today I put the broken pieces of white chocolate on a Silpat and popped it into a very slow oven (250 degrees) for about a minute or so. ...
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    Thanks for making me feel less stupid! I'm...

    Thanks for making me feel less stupid! I'm really disappointed in this recipe. The few things I've made from Ina's books have been great but this was extra disappointing since I hoped to give some...
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    Ina Garten's White Chocolate Bark

    I made this today and the toppings just don't want to 'stick' to the chocolate. I pressed them into the bark, and decided they weren't sticking into it enough, so I put it into a cooling oven (heat...
  10. That sounds so delicious! Thanks for posting.

    That sounds so delicious! Thanks for posting.
  11. I really like this recipe - but you DO have to...

    I really like this recipe - but you DO have to turn it carefully. Not sure how it would freeze, but you could give it a try.

    California Black Bean Burgers (5)

    15 oz black beans with cumin &...
  12. Thread: My Fit Foods

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    I bought a couple of their entrees to try and was...

    I bought a couple of their entrees to try and was unimpressed. Then again, I'm a hard sell because I love to cook.
  13. One of our favorites is Cooking Light's Root...

    One of our favorites is Cooking Light's Root Vegetable Tagine with Lentils (with a couple of changes). Because good parsnips are not easy to find here, I doubled the turnips. Other changes noted. ...
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    I think my mother's pecan pie recipe is the best...

    I think my mother's pecan pie recipe is the best (of course) and it is much less sweet than the usual recipe. I made the notes when I gave the recipe to my sister-in-law who didn't cook much.
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  15. Thread: Falafel

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    Were the falafel deep fried? We LOVE falafel but...

    Were the falafel deep fried? We LOVE falafel but don't eat it very often because of the fried aspect. Have tried a couple of baked recipes but they aren't great.
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    THANKS! I didn't see this anywhere else so...

    THANKS! I didn't see this anywhere else so really appreciate your posting.
  17. Thread: Bread pudding

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    This came from our trip on the Mississippi Queen...

    This came from our trip on the Mississippi Queen paddlewheeler - it's an excellent recipe. I make the halved recipe because it is so rich and I don't need to have leftovers!!

    MS Queen Bread...
  18. I have had good luck with merely roasting them in...

    I have had good luck with merely roasting them in a 425 degree oven - the moisture is drawn out and the flavor is very intense. Here's the recipe where I learned to do this - it's a lovely and...
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    I know you said you've already decided, so you...

    I know you said you've already decided, so you can put this in your file of "might want to try". Here is how I make cobbler, with the half crust option in a Pyrex bowl when it's just for the two of...
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    Thanks for this! We are awash in tomatoes of...

    Thanks for this! We are awash in tomatoes of various sizes. Always happy for another 'eat it now' recipe. Have been oven roasting the Romas and Juliets and putting them in the freezer.
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    Fixed this last night & we really liked it. I...

    Fixed this last night & we really liked it. I used haricot vert instead of asparagus because we like green bean risotto. Thought it cooked up nicely creamy, not gummy at all. Added some seeded,...
  22. That sounds great! Thanks for posting.

    That sounds great! Thanks for posting.
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    Have you tried ATK's one dish Stroganoff? We...

    Have you tried ATK's one dish Stroganoff? We think it is excellent and so, so easy!

    ATK Skillet Beef Stroganoff (4)

    1 ½ lbs sirloin steak tips, pounded ½” thick and cut 2” wide strips...
  24. You could make the trifles in the individual...

    You could make the trifles in the individual bowls, or you could just spoon the oranges into the bowls when ready to serve.

    Diane’s Caramelized Oranges (4)

    6 naval oranges, zest from 2 of...
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    Two recipes from Rachel Ray that we like

    I make these burgers and this pizza and we love them both, especially the pizza. Have made adjustments to make it less rich, noted after each recipe.

    RR Wingless Buffalo Chicken Pizza (4)

    ¾...
  26. Thread: Clementine Cake

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    Meyer Lemons?

    I wonder how this would be using a Meyer lemon? I say 'a' Meyer because ours are HUGE and probably weigh in at 12 oz! It's normal to get 3/4 C juice from one lemon. I think I'll give it a try and...
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    It is delicious!

    The Roasted Cauliflower with Capers and Mustard is delicious! Thanks so much for posting it. I served it at room temp and think you could use it in place of potato salad if you are watching your...
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    Bert Greene has two great cookbooks that I have -...

    Bert Greene has two great cookbooks that I have - Grains Cookbook and Greene on Greens. They have great recipes for both grains & greens. His Kale Fribble is my favorite way to eat kale, and I...
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    I grind blanched (no skin) almonds for a whole...

    I grind blanched (no skin) almonds for a whole orange cake that I make - it isn't critical that the 'flour' be finely ground. In fact, a little bit of tiny pieces makes it great. Almond flour you...
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    Eye of Round Roast from Sneezles (Susan)

    FINALLY got around to fixing the eye of round that Susan posted years ago. Basically you cook it like a beef tenderloin using the 'turn off the oven & let it sit' technique. It was wonderful. ...
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