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Home Cooking

So Many Recipes, So Little Time...

Funwithfood | Jan 28, 200504:36 PM     10

I collect cookbooks and rarely have time to make a fraction of the recipes that catch my eye.

A few months back I made a very simple pie from The Fannie Farmer Baking Book called Tyler Pudding Pie--a very good, "homey" (toffee-tasting) dessert. I also made Oven Fried Parmesan Potatoes (topped w/truffle oil) from Betty Rosbottom's book--tasty. Also, a great Spoonbread recipe from Farmhouse Cookbook by Susan Hermann-Loomis.

I find myself drawn to comfort foods, although I am not daunted my chef-inspired recipes. What recipes have you made recently that were especially good?

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