November 20, 2005

Recipe News: Recipes: Green beans with parsley-pecan pesto and Sweet potato spoon bread

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November 19, 2005

Recipe News: Cranberry recipes

"Look at these cranberry recipes that I found."

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  • Triple-cranberry sauce

  • Belgian endive and apple salad with cranberry vinaigrette

  • Classic cranberry nut bread

  • Cranberry apple crisp

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November 7, 2005

Recipes: Go nuts with these unusual recipes

These two new cookbooks, Lee Zalben's "Peanut Butter & Co. Cookbook: Recipes from the World's Nuttiest Sandwich Shop", and Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough's latest entry in their "ultimate" cookbook series, "The Ultimate Peanut Butter Book : Savory and Sweet, Breakfast to Dessert, Hundereds of Ways to Use America's Favorite Spread" feature unusual twists on some everyday recipes, using, of all things, peanut butter.

"If I didn't really love peanut butter, I'd question whether we need two new cookbooks dedicated to the ingredient. Two cookbooks that have nearly identical covers, at that.

But it is peanut butter, after all. And while my own master recipe is no more complicated than eating it by the spoonful, I'm always open to consider new ways to work it into my cooking."

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October 31, 2005

Recipes: Apple recipes

"Need some more apple recipe ideas? Here are some I found."

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  • Sweet Onion, Apple and Cheese Tart

  • Scallop Saltimbocca & Caramelized Apples with Velvet Garden Potato Puree

  • Brown Sugar Cream Apple Lattice Pie

  • Mashed Sweet Potatoes and Apples with Pecan Streusel Topping

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October 27, 2005

Recipes: Wing recipes add flavor to football season

"he sports season is in full swing. Whether it be the kids at school, or the gang in front of the TV watching the Steelers.

Here's a couple recipes you can try at home first and then spring them on the guests before the game!

This first recipe is doubled so you can serve at least 8 adults and 10 children."

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October 26, 2005

Recipes: The Recipes

"These recipes seem like a good way to put a twist on your basic meals."

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  • Grandma Jennie's Basic Burgers

  • Cumin-rubbed Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

  • Victory Chicken

  • Smoked Sausages with Apple-fennel "Sauerkraut'

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October 25, 2005

Recipe News: Readers ladle recipes for hearty fall soups

"Soups are the perfect give-me-a-break entree. They're easy, they can be made ahead and the leftovers are great. They're also usually filling and don't need a lot of side dishes. The following quick and easy choices were among those sent by readers in response to our request for recipes especially suited to weeknight meals."

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  • Beer Cheese Soup

  • Curry Your Favor Soup

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October 19, 2005

Recipe News: Get creative with pumpkin recipes

"Fresh pumpkin is featured in the following recipes, but cooks can substitute the canned version. Just make sure to use plain canned pumpkin, not pie mix.

Fresh-cooked pumpkin fruit is milder and more appealing in flavor than the canned product. It also has more liquid, so make certain to drain the cooked pumpkin and pureed pulp well before using in the quick bread or other recipe."

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October 17, 2005

Recipe News: Saffron Risotto

"Gaynor Grant, director of Sewickley Cooking Studio, offered this basic recipe for risotto. Patience, constant stirring and moderate to low heat are keys to success making this Italian classic."

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  • Saffron Risotto

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Recipe News: Warm Up Your Guests with these Hot Drink Recipes

"It's my favorite time of the year when it's a little nippy outside but inside there is a welcoming warmth, nice warm fuzzy slippers and a cozy corner of the couch to snuggle into after a long day. When you have guests over during cooler weather one of the best ways to give them a warm welcome is with a warm beverage! So during holidays and winter I like to keep a crock pot ready to have something warm for my family and friends when they come in.. To help you get started on some ideas for delicious warm drinks here are several different recipes for you to try. Enjoy the season!"

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  • Eldorado Cocoa

  • Hot Cocoa

  • Hot Buttered Rum

  • Hot Spiced Cider

  • Vampire Punch Halloween Special

  • Wassail Punch

  • Hot Cranberry Punch

  • Russian Tea

  • Hot & Spicy Tomato Sipper

  • Mocha Cocoa

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