Recipe News: This snow ice cream recipe may be a repeat but it's fresh

"The holiday season is over and all Christmas decorations are packed away for another year. We even changed the furniture around. You just have to do this once in awhile to keep the traffic pattern even. As per usual, my children thought I should have a new gadget for a gift. This year the most unusual one was a football crockpot. I was told that it would be just great to have in our motor home for the Hawkeye football games that we attend. I think it will hold a quart of food. One time this year I counted 18 people in our motor home, so I don't know what to make for that many people in the football crockpot. I guess I could melt some cheese and have a plate of crackers.

We had a lot of snow in December and I imagine we will get more in the next couple of months. For those of you who are new to reading this column, I am going to repeat a recipe for snow ice cream that was printed a year ago. It is fun to make with new snow and mighty tasty as well."

Includes recipes for:


  • Snow Ice Cream

  • Garlic Pot Roast


Full article here.

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January 4, 2006

Recipe News: Simply the best - The easiest of recipes can explode with flavor

"Boring, bland and tasteless will never be adjectives used to describe her pots of chili coated in a fine layer of chili powder. Nor will it ever be mentioned in terms of her salsa with two kinds of peppers and plenty of cilantro.

Shackelford's flavorful cooking does not involve measuring. She knows by taste and knows by glance when things are just right, making it really special when she shares a recipe. It takes time for her to put into writing something that comes so naturally for her."

Includes recipes for:


  • Chili

  • Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

  • Pork Tenderloin

  • Sweet Potato Casserole


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Recipe News: It's time for lighter recipes

"anuary menus for many of us mean recipes which are lower in calories and fat than all the holiday food we've been consuming.

The following recipe from the National Chicken Council and U.S. Poultry & Egg Association is perfect for a light lunch or appetizer before a meal. Using pre-cooked rotisserie chicken adds to the ease of preparation."

Includes recipe for:


  • Chicken Quesadillas


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Recipe News: Vegetarian recipes

"This vegetarian casserole makes a nourishing wintertime supper - providing you can find decent tomatoes.

The recipe calls for peeling the tomatoes. If you've never peeled a tomato, here's how: Fill a medium pot with water and bring to a boil. Set the pot of water in the sink. Plunge the tomatoes into the hot water for a minute and remove. Water that spills over will go down the drain instead of all over the stove. When tomatoes are cool enough to handle, core and peel."

Includes recipe for:


  • Potato, tomato|and onion casserole


Full article here.

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January 3, 2006

Recipe News: Let your oven do the grilling

"Summer grillers feel no hesitation throwing garden vegetables over the fire. Corn, tomatoes, eggplant and peppers all take beautifully to grilling's dry heat - they shrink as their moisture evaporates, concentrating flavors and browning their natural sugars.

You can duplicate the process indoors in your oven with produce more typical of winter. Sure, you won't get the smoky flavor of the grill (unless you are one of those hardy cooks who fleece-up to stand over a grill in single-digit temperatures).

But the same high temperatures and dry heat can intensify the flavor of turnips and rutabagas, potatoes and onions, apples and pears and other vegetables associated with this season."

Includes recipe for:


  • PORK CHOPS WITH ROAST PEARS


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Recipe News: Trendy Recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Pork Fat — Pancetta Crisps with Goat Cheese and Pear

  • Spanish and Latin Flavors – Cilantro Soup

  • White Whole Wheat – King Arthur Flour’s Double Fudge Brownies


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December 29, 2005

Recipe News: Holiday Italian biscotti

Includes recipe for:


  • Holiday Italian biscotti


Full article here.

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December 28, 2005

Recipe News: Caterer shares holiday recipes

"t's the 12 days of Christmas, time to go wassailing or maybe mulled cidering with 10 lords-a-leaping, a couple of French hens and a partridge in a pear tree. Or something like that. Basically, the idea is to get all of your friends together and eat and drink enough to finally get that danged song out of your heads."

Includes recipes for:


  • Whipped Gorgonzola on Pear Chips

  • Roasted Vegetable Gazpacho in Zucchini Cups

  • Carpaccio Crostinis

  • Pulled Pork on Potato Pancakes with Apple-Onion Compote

  • Mulled Apple Cider with Orange and Ginger

  • Glogg

  • Orange-Rosemary Spritzer

  • Frozen Bloody Mary


Full article here.

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December 27, 2005

Recipe News: Asian pork trendy, healthy

"Simplifying recipes has always been my goal on television," Ted Allen, the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"' s food and wine connoisseur, told me in a recent interview. "Instead of standing around eating cereal out of the box, we can have smart, cool, easy food."

This pork tenderloin coated with an Asian-spiced glaze is adapted from one of the quick and easy recipes in Allen's new book, "The Food You Want To Eat" (Clarkson Potter, $27.50). Stir-fried broccoli with garlic soy completes the Asian-inspired meal."

Includes recipes for:


  • TED ALLEN'S GRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH ASIAN FLAVORS

  • STIR-FRIED BROCCOLI WITH GARLIC AND SOY


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Orange-Kissed French Toast

"This isn't an everyday French toast recipe. Crispy outside, soft and moist inside, it's the perfect way to say "good morning" to special people on special occasions. The batter does contain liqueur, so it's for grown-ups only.

Grand Marnier is orange-flavored liqueur. It's expensive, but you don't have to buy a big bottle for this recipe. The little sampler-sized bottles sold at the liquor store each contain about 1/4 cup, so buy two for this recipe."

Includes recipe for:


  • Orange-Kissed French Toast


Full article here.

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