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    I think I am in the mood for this no-egg applesauce cake. Also uses very little butter/margarine I guess the applesauce is moist enough.
    https://www.budgetbytes.com/anne-byr...plesauce-cake/

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    This looks like a good use for the almond flour in my pantry, and no eggs involved!

    https://www.eatingbirdfood.com/almon...scent-cookies/

    I'll try it when we finish the oatmeal cookies. At least by next week.
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    The almond flour cookies are a hit. Very easy to mix up in the little food chopper. Small batch recipe, doesn't make a lot. I got 16 2" crescents, not the ~24 the recipes states. Very little sugar in the recipe, good for low carb or keto diets. I used pecans like the recipe states, but you could chop whatever nuts you had on hand.

    A keeper.
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    This is a Chef John recipe. I added chicken to it, like the chef does. DH liked it and felt it was like jambalaya, but without sausage. I found it bland but I like a lot of flavor.

    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/23...rimp-etouffee/

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    Yeah, it's supposed to be a really spicy dish. Thanks for the recipe. I haven't had it in a long time, no places around here serve it. Like a lot of cajun dishes, you can use what is available to you. Shrimp, chicken, crawfish, pork....
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    Had some salt pork to use up:

    https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...-pork-51124240

    It came out ok but the flavor really wasn't there. Would be better with bacon.
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    I used to buy a boxed mix where I just added chicken..I'll give this a try...

    https://www.iheartnaptime.net/chicken-rice-casserole/


    I've tried these sugarfree blueberry muffins that use plain greek yogurt and applesauce and thought they were good for sugarfree...

    https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Bluebe...Muffin-9141203

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    Trying this tonight - over polenta instead of pasta. Sausage and pumpkin.
    https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...recipe-1939614

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    I thought sausage-pumpkin recipe was good, hubby made no comment. Made 1/2 recipe because 1/2 lb sausage. Did not have cream so used a little milk. It did thicken up nicely with simmering.

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    Tried this today: Fresh Herb & Lemon Bulgur Pilaf Recipe | EatingWell

    Started backwards, with already cooked leftover bulgur. So I cooked the onion and carrot, added a little red bell pepper, toasted the walnuts, and added the bulgur and herbs to the warm pan. Made a dressing from the spices, oil, and lemon and poured that over. I thought it tasted ok, but needed a touch more salt. Going to let it sit a couple hours and develop more flavor.

    I think the recipe would work equally well with other hearty grains, like brown rice or wild rice, possibly quinoa.
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    Tried this Carnitas recipe last week. Did not do the final oven bake at the end. Got lazy. It was delicious.

    https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...ed-pork-364389

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    doing something new steak marinade w beer. lots of recipes online but will use beer, garlic, brown sugar, soy sauce etc. have beer we don't like and has been sitting since xmas. have round steaks that need help.

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    I saw this Korean recipe and it's very popular, so I must try it. I need to find the Korean paste that everyone raves about for the recipe.
    https://mykoreankitchen.com/dak-galbi/

    I made these lemon muffins and they are deelish. I used lemon yogurt instead of the cream cheese and sugar substitute instead of sugar. I made my own buttermilk (lemon juice and milk) and it's soooo good.
    https://emilybites.com/2012/01/lemon...y-muffins.html

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    Tried this tonight, with modifications. Loved the flavorful sweet and salty dressing and crunchy salad combo. Will definitely make again.

    https://pinchofyum.com/chopped-thai-...-recipes-38805

    Ok, I used smoked chicken thighs because that was what I had. For the salad I used a mix of napa cabbage and lettuce from my garden. Could not find papaya, mango or cilantro so I left them out this time. It definitely needs one of the fruits. Subbed cashews for the peanuts and left out the chili for DH. Added some chopped Thai basil leaves. Mint would have been good, too. It did not need salt.

    Made half the amount of dressing and have leftovers. Subbed fish sauce for some of the soy, left out the chili paste, and used brown sugar instead of white. Cut WAY down on the amount of sesame oil, used half a lime in addition to the vinegar. It was good.

    We put crispy fried onions on top for extra crunch.
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    The bulgur recipe looks good and I'm going to chop carrots anyway so....
    I'm trying this microwave carrot cake. The nice thing about microwave is you can make just 1 layer or 1/2 cake easily. I have yellow and chocolate cake recipes that work in the microwave.
    https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/...e-carrot-cake/

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