If you're near an Asian specialty market or find red miso paste in the store, this is the perfect accompaniment to make for any white fish that you're serving.
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Homemade Beef Stock
I adore this recipe, even though it takes two days to make. Yep! That is right, two days. You could hurry things along and do it in a day, if you don’t have the time, but it is worth making the time for this recipe. What takes so long is that there is roasting and simmering that takes place... The longer I do each step, the more intense this recipe gets. And how it smells while cooking is insanely good. Usually when I am planning a "stock making" weekend, I plan to do other things around the house that need to be done, so I don’t feel like it was a wasted weekend. Or, I indulge, by making stock and enjoying a few good movies or a book. Head to the butcher and pick up your ingredients and then kick back and enjoy yourself; as soon as you pour yourself a bowl of soup made with this stock you will be thanking yourself (and me).   Click here to see The Principles of Making Stock.
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Michigan: Cherry Soup
Michigan is by far the largest cherry producer in the U.S., and while you may be more familiar with cherry pie, this cold cherry soup with Hungarian roots, gives a nod to the large Hungarian population in this state.
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chili
This hot, hearty Italian-inspired chili with high-impact flavor and beautiful color is a snap to make. Tell your nona you spent all day in the kitchen preparing it, so she won't think you're a slacker.
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4

The featured pink drink of the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles, the Pink Ribbon highlights a refreshingly unexpected hibiscus infusion that gives this cocktail its wow-factor. This drink is priced at $16, with 20 percent of the proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. 
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4

Pho and Champagne in Bed
When people ask me what my dream date is, I politely reply, "Champagne and pho... in bed!" Whether you're snuggled up with your sweetie, on your own in comfy pajamas, or with some girlfriends, this recipe is a mega-hit (sure, even at the good old dinner table). Enjoy one of my all-time favorites! To save time, use premade chicken stock and a cooked rotisserie chicken. Pair with your favorite champagne or sparkling wine. See all noodle recipes. Click here to see Getting Sexy in the Kitchen, 1 Day at a Time.
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Okra Curry
Okra is a popular vegetable in Sri Lanka. Preparing it in this manner minimizes the stickiness, but make sure it is well stir-fried well before adding the liquids.  
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3

Red Wine Poached Pears with Vanilla Mascarpone Cream
This dessert is easy, flavorful, and gluten-free. The red wine is reduced to a delicious, lovely syrup flavored with vanilla, cinnamon sticks, and bay leaf, and a bit of mascarpone cream on top of each pear adds an extra touch of sweetness to each serving. See all pear recipes.  Click here to see A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving.
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soup
Here’s a quick and easy way to make the most of healthy, sweet butternut squash. Serve alongside some warm, crusty bread for a light meal.
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2.80769

Silken Tofu Custard with Gingery Syrup
“Shavings of silken custard with a simple ginger-infused sugar syrup” as described by Linda Tay Esposito of Hodo Soy Beanery. This dish is a healthy, refreshing, and satisfying dessert without being too sweet. 
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1.5

Greek Lemon Chicken Soup
This oh-so-simple soup is a great way to use up leftover chicken, but you can also pick up a ready-cooked one in the grocery store. It has a light lemon flavor.This recipe is courtesy of LAURIE and Food.com
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