June 27, 2005

Recipes: Two no-bake recipes for hot summer

"I hope you don't mind another cheesecake recipe, because this one is a special one that I received from a very sweet lady some years ago. It's perfect for luncheons, church socials, or any special event."

Includes recipes for:


  • Milwaukee Cheesecake

  • Easy Pumpkin Pie


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Recipe: Sweet and Spicy Peach Salsa Recipe

"This versatile sweet and spicy salsa recipe with peaches makes a perfect dip for salty chips or topping for a juicy steak or hamburger."

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  • Sweet and Spicy Peach Salsa


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Recipes: Low-carb recipes help to eat healthier

"Betty Crocker Low-Carb Lifestyle Cookbook (Wiley, $19.95) shows how to incorporate a variety of carbohydrates into a diet that promotes overall health. Each recipe has a count of 20 carbs or fewer for main dishes, and nine carbs or fewer for side dishes, with fat, calories and sodium kept to a minimum.

A recipe browser lets you view the total carbs in a recipe at a glance. If you're looking for no carbs, try chicken-ham bites, gingered shrimp, spicy meatballs, basil and prosciutto chicken, and gorgonzola- and hazelnut-stuffed mushrooms."

Includes recipes for:


  • California-style turkey patties with corn-tomato relish

  • Grilled fish tacos

  • Asiago cheese and artichoke dip


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Recipes: Strawberry Granita Recipe

"Granita is a traditional Italian dessert. It is a perfect for summer because it is icy and cool, with fresh flavors. The texture is closer to a snow cone than sorbet. It's also easy to make with no fancy equipment other than a blender or food processor."

Includes recipe for:


  • Strawberry Granita Recipe


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June 23, 2005

Recipe: Thai Steak With Coriander Pesto

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  • Thai Steak With Coriander Pesto


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Recipe: Refried Beans

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  • Refried Beans


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Recipe: Summer berry coffeecake

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  • Recipe: Summer berry coffeecake


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Recipe: Oatmeal pancakes

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  • Recipe: Oatmeal pancakes


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June 22, 2005

Recipes: Near-dead bread

"Bread is one of several foods that are more 'alive' than others - two others are wine and cheese.

Each depends on its own variety of fermentation to develop. The process in bread is caused by the fermentation of yeast or sourdough...

Sourdough gives breads made with it a distinctive tangy flavor, while commercial yeast is milder and so more suitable for mild or sweet bread.

Of course, once the bread is baked, the yeast is no longer living, and the bread begins the process of becoming stale.

If you've ever eaten bread fresh from a real bakery, you know that most packaged bread is already a bit on the stale side.

After a couple of days, as Better Homes and Gardens puts it, 'it's too old for sandwiches and too young for birds.' It hasn't lost nutrition, and, unless it's moldy, it's still safe to eat.

And if you know a few recipes, it can still be delicious."

Includes recipes for:


  • Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding

  • Cheese Strata

  • Croutons


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Recipes: Lost recipes from the Harvey House chain

"The Internet is a wonderful place for gathering recipes, especially those you thought may have been lost forever.

When Sam Wright recently wrote in asking for recipes from the historic Harvey House chain, I immediately went to the Net."

Includes recipes for:


  • Harvey House Salad Dressing

  • Harvey House Chocolate Puffs

  • Harvey House Slaw


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