This page gives some of my favorite recipes.
Main courses and side dishes
A tasty vegetarian main dish.
This is a nice Thanksgiving soup.
Tasty scalloped potatoes.
A friend tells me that food in Croatia isn't anything like this mousaka,
but nonetheless it's delicious.
This is a rosemary-flavored vegetable risotto.
This recipe is from Mike Hohmeyer.
This recipe is from Epicurious.
A traditional vegetarian dinner at the house. You can make it with red
sauce instead of cream for a low-fat delight.
This black bean pie makes a good meal, especially with nachos or rice.
A delicious potato dish.
This vegetarian recipe is from Amy Hespenheide.
This takes a while to prepare, but is good.
This tamale pie commemorates the discovery of suspicious white powder in
Noriega's freezer, which turned out to be tamale mix.
This is the U.C. Berkeley Footbag Club's award-winning chili recipe and
comes from Brent Welch.
The Hunan restaurant in San Francisco is very good. Buy their cookbook.
Stir-fried eggplant (aka slugs) and stir-fried carrots are recommended.
This moist, delicious cornbread was designed by Tristan to show off his Maya
More salsa recipes here.
Tristan says, "This dish ROCKS!".
Thai Tea is good hot or
Breads and things
These light, fluffy biscuits are always a hit.
For added excitement, you can add parmesan cheese and herbs.
Scones are good for breakfast too.
We got this recipe off a bag of bananas.
I've had a hard time finding a chocolate cake recipe that is moist
and chocolaty, but this is it.
From Kathryn Barnard.
From some cookbook.
These delicious squares are from the
Pillsbury Bake-off Cookbook.
This recipe is from alt.food.chocolate.
These cookies are a favorite of Steve's.
A popular dessert.
This recipe, from the Usenet cookbook, is always a hit.
This recipe, also from the Usenet cookbook, is even better.
We got this recipe from Will's mom, and surprised him on his birthday.
This is a my version of the traditional Canadian dessert.
It's hard to believe anything that
tastes like this could be good for you. A second recipe is
This recipe is based on the urban-legend
Mrs. Fields's recipe (also claimed to be the Neimann Marcus recipe),
which has been around since at least 1985.
The version here has been developed through years of research and won't
cost you two fifty.
We used to make this recipe from the Usenet cookbook.
This recipe is easier and better, so we use it now.
These are Randi's favorite cookies. Cut them into fun shapes.
These are very chocolaty.
Your basic brownies.
This moist, spicy cake is from the
Joy of Cooking.
For more WWW recipes, look at
The Recipe Folder.
There is also an extensive ftp archive of recipes at
Also check the Jean-Paul
Sartre Cookbook :-).
My favorite cookbooks include:
The Joy of Cooking by Irma S. Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker.
The Cake Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum.
Recipe disclaimer (borrowed from Chiquita Brands, Inc.)
Copyright 2000 Ken Shirriff