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New recipes for the week of September 17, 2010 
Sep. 17, 2010 1:01 pm 

Last week’s most popular new recipe was Onion Baked Chicken. Way to go Tomas Weaver!


Fall is here, and persimmon season is coming up. If you’ve never tried this unusual, tangy fruit, then let us suggest trying them in Persimmon Cream . This simple recipe consists solely of persimmon puree, honey, and whipped cream, letting the fruit flavor take center stage. Beet Greens and Baby Spinach with Red Kidney Beans and Bacon Bits is an easy recipe, and a great cold weather dish.


Quinces are also a fruit many people have yet to try. Fried Quinces, in the Manner of the Countess are tender, sweetened quince slices, dipped in vanilla-lemon beer batter, and fried in coconut oil.


Finally, our bacon recipe of the week is Devils on Horseback. Pitted dates are stuffed with smoked almonds, wrapped with bacon, rolled in brown sugar, then baked until crispy, chewy, and crunchy all at the same time.


Apple and Pear Soup

Arugula Persimmon Pear Salad

Beet Greens and Baby Spinach with Red Kidney Beans and Bacon Bits

Campfire Pepperoni Pizza

Chinese-Style Baby Bok Choy with Mushroom Sauce

Crab Noodle Casserole

Crispy Italian Chicken Topped with Mozzarella

Devils on Horseback

Fried Quinces, in the Manner of the Countess

Greek Stuffed Zucchini

Grilled Sweet Onions

Keen Green Veggie Puree

Noodle Kugel (Dairy)

Persimmon Cream

Persimmon Upside Down Cake

Real Fig Preserves

Rich Turkey Gravy


Special Turkey Gravy

Special Turkey Gravy

Spicy Bok Choy Slaw

Stuffed Sole with Imitation Crab

The Best Turkey Gravy

Three Ingredient Carrot Slaw

Toasted Quinoa Granola

Tuna Stuffed Zucchini

Ukrainian Beet Green Cabbage Rolls

Vegetarian Kimchi

White Wine Turkey Gravy

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