December 14, 2007

Recipe News: Cook's Corner Recipe: Forgotten Cookies

A 1995 recipe request for these crunchy, meringue-like sweets struck a chord with many readers. These easy cookies are ''forgotten'' because they're left overnight in an oven that's been heated and then turned off. Variations include adding 1 to 2 tablespoons cocoa along with the sugar and/or using maraschino cherries, dried fruit or butterscotch chips in place of the chocolate.

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  • FORGOTTEN COOKIES

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December 12, 2007

Recipe News: Dip recipes cut calories, not flavor

STEVE BROWN/Wichita Eagle From top: Tomato-Feta Dip, Spinach-Parmesan Dip and Crunchy Crab Dip It's party season, and tempting foods are everywhere.

Dips are popular fare, but many are filled with empty calories – for example, sour cream, cream cheese or mayonnaise spiked with seasonings.

Just 2 tablespoons of some dips contain more than 100 calories and 10 grams of fat, so even if you dip vegetables instead of chips, calories can stack up fast.

But healthier options can give you flavor along with vegetables and protein.

Here are three favorites adapted from Cooking Light.

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  • SPINACH-PARMESAN DIP

  • CRUNCHY CRAB DIP

  • TOMATO-FETA DIP

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December 11, 2007

Recipe News: Recipe for Gruyere And Bacon Quiche

While a quiche can be a perfect dish for a holiday brunch or light supper before a party, all the cheese and eggs can pack a wallop of unwanted fat. The problem is that if you reduce the cheese or use low-fat versions, you often lose a good deal of the flavor. So where to cut? Each egg contains 5 grams of fat, and it's all in the yolk. So this is an obvious place to start. While many egg dishes can be made with only whites, the results tend to be rubbery and lack the beautiful yellow color, so you'll want to leave in some yolk.

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  • SWEET ONION, GRUYERE AND BACON QUICHE

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December 10, 2007

Recipe News: Cabot Cheese Recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Cheddar, Zucchini & Garlic Bruschetta

  • Apple-Cheddar Braid

  • Dairy Latkes

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December 8, 2007

Recipe News: Recipes to try at home

Includes recipes for:


  • Marbled Greeting Cookies

  • Deluxe Spiced Tea Mix

  • Eggcellent Finger Sandwiches

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December 6, 2007

Recipe News: Recipes to try for the holidays

As a gift to you, Pioneer Press, Morton's and Joey's Brickhouse offer these recipes. You might want to give these recipes as a gift to your favorite cook with a brand new gadget.

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  • MORTON'S LEGENDARY HOT CHOCOLATE CAKE

  • MY DAD'S MEATBALL RECIPE

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December 4, 2007

Recipe News: Recipes for Eggnog And Hot Mulled Cider

Unless you're just out of college, "BYOB" is no way to throw a party. You can have sophisticated invitations, delicious food and glamourous guests. But really, most people are going to want a good drink. This doesn't require offering a full bar or expensive Champagne, but it is a time to be creative. For the inexperienced barkeep, this can mean whipping up a theme drink that can be prepared ahead of time and will require little attention during the party when you may otherwise be occupied. For our holiday dessert parties, my wife and I go with tradition - a potent eggnog with bourbon, dark rum and brandy that is best made four to five days before the party.

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  • EGGNOG

  • HOT MULLED CIDER

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December 3, 2007

Recipe News: Cookie Recipes From Hot Chocolate

Includes recipes for:


  • Simple Holiday Sugar Cookie Dough

  • Pistachio Shortbread & Raspberry Preserve Cookies

  • Salted Pecan Nutball Snowman (pictured)

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December 1, 2007

Recipe News: Recipe for Sugar And Cinnamon Chips

This simple recipe for sweet fried tortilla chips comes from Padma Lakshmi, the host of Bravo's "Top Chef" and author of "Tangy Tart Hot & Sweet," a cookbook in which brash, flavorful combinations rule.

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  • SUGAR AND CINNAMON CHIPS

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November 27, 2007

Recipe News: Recipe - Turkey Quiche Pot Pie

If you're like me, when you think about Thanksgiving dinner, you probably anticipate the leftovers as much as the meal itself. Take advantage of the seasonal sales and buy a turkey even if you have Thanksgiving dinner elsewhere, or buy an extra if you have the freezer space. Turkey can replace chicken in many recipes, and it's a wonderful addition to soups and casseroles. You can freeze cooked boned turkey, in portions by wrapping in aluminum foil and sealing in a freezer bag, then thaw and chop what you need for a recipe. Browning the turkey bones is one of the secrets to an extra-tasty broth--well worth a few extra steps. Make the broth right away, and then freeze in 1-cup portions for up to 6 months. Use it for cooking rice, in casseroles, in sauces, and as a base for soups.

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  • Turkey Broccoli Quiche

  • Turkey Pot Pie

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