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"Miso is a fermented soy bean paste that adds a rich flavor. This is a quick, healthy soup that is very popular in Japanese cuisine."
"This eggless loaf is very dense and moist. It originated during World War II, when eggs, milk and butter were in short supply."
"My Mothers recipe. Great for snacking or you can frost it for a more special cake. One of my family's favorites."
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"Made with whole wheat four cheese ravioli and fresh, colorful vegetables, this easy-to-make dish is perfect for summer entertaining."
Recipe courtesy Alton Brown
In Korean kitchens, spicy kimchi (pickled cabbage) is used in all sorts of things, including savory pancakes. Reusing tempers its garlicky heat...
Another golden oldie from a recipe card, originally from a 1905 Blue Ribbon cook book. Any fruit is good but some tart fruit is necessary. You can add cherries or seedless grapes if you like. It is a great all-year-round recipe with fruits that are usually
In bowl, combine all ingredients, mix well. Let stand for about 2 hours. Serve at room temperature. Store in refrigerator.
"This recipe is very chocolaty and I always get asked to make it. You can substitute half the cocoa powder for drinking chocolate to make it less rich."
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