|Cold Spaghetti at Midnight|
|by Maggie Waldron|
A guide to foods that soothe discusses the foods that are wrapped up in childhood memories and the foods that really do heal--including herbs--and...
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In a large Dutch oven or soup pot, melt 2 tablespoons of the butter. Sauté onion until light browned and translucent; add ham cubes and minced leek, ...
Beat the eggs ... Pour in the cold water, continuing to ... baking powder with the flour and add to the egg mixture. Pour into a sponge cake pan and bake.
For pastry, combine ... pan, then add cold cuts and cheeses ... cake tester or wooden toothpick; when it comes out clean, it is done. See also: Pizzagaina
Peel 1 large butternut squash. Cut squash in half and scoop out seeds and pulp. Cut into 1-inch chunks. Sauté 1/2 chopped Vidalia onion in 2 ...
Cream together butter, ... pan in a cold oven and set ... than 300 degrees. Check for doneness (a toothpick inserted in center of cake comes out clean).
Beat the yolks ... until dough is cold throughout (at least ... or nut filling. Bake on greased (or Teflon coated) cookie sheets at 350°F for 20 minutes.
64% calorie reduction from traditional recipe. Beat cream cheese, sour cream, Equalâ and lemon juice in mixing bowl on medium speed of mixer until ...
Cook noodles according ... and rinse in cold water. Dice onion, ... or little as you like, to taste. Best if left refrigerated overnight before serving.
This very tasty ... is better eaten cold at the beach. ... The avocado will make the flavors more subtle, so you may add more avocado if you like. Enjoy!!
Combine cantaloupe, peach ... a blender or food processor. Process on ... into a large bowl. Cover with plastic wrap. Chill at least 4 hours, or overnight.
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