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    I couldn't believe how dirty my watch and silver jewelry were when I tried this. Yuck! This saves money and is safe for you and the environment. The solution can be very drying to your hands so consider using rubber gloves or even tweezers to handle the jewelry. This recipe is from wire-sculpture.com.

    Recipe #180133

    Great with Salsa, Guacamole, Hummus, whatever you like to dip! Super fast and easy with oil spray. Makes great cinnamon sugar chips for kids and desserts, too. *** Can substitute pita bread for pita chips or corn tortillas for corn chips.

    Recipe #124908

    These delicate cake-like cookies are glazed with icing and topped with colorful candy sprinkles. They have a mild anise flavoring, which is very typical of Italian baked goods. My family always served these cookies at holidays, weddings or special celebrations, but now that I know the recipe, I can enjoy them all year long!

    Recipe #214498

    41 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    Great tasting oven fries.

    Recipe #149748

    This recipe won $10,000 in the Southern Living 2003 Cookoff contest in the Simple & Scrumptious Entrées. This is fall off the bone good!

    Recipe #190558

    This recipe is adapted from a grocery store circular. Serve this with rice, guacamole, and sour cream. This would also be good in burritos.

    Recipe #191896

    The "chili" in this recipe comes from Thai sweet chili sauce and it gives this dish both sweetness and a very slight touch of heat. When I make this for my family I omit the spinach and cilantro, and I often substitute a sweet onion for the green onions. Easily doubled. Adapted from Bonnie Stern.

    Recipe #208657

    A healthy, yummy and very filling breakfast.

    Recipe #110221

    This quick side dish has an Asian flair, and is also good with sliced mushrooms thrown in! For the teriyaki sauce, I like to use the honey & pineapple variety.

    Recipe #234094

    10 Reviews |  By Maito

    I created this soup with all of our favorite flavors and ingredients in mind. You may omit the vinegar, if you would like it less tart. Cook time includes 6 hours in the crock pot.

    Recipe #244559

    Found this recipe when I joined a Yahoo group, slow cooker recipes.

    Recipe #218349

    8 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The biscotti for all ages--perfect for dunking in milk, espresso or whatever you please.

    Recipe #199123

    This is my grandmother's recipe which I have adapted slightly - my Mum also makes this regularly! There is no fat, butter or oil in this lovely, moist Tea Bread, making it a treat that can be enjoyed on a regular basis. Feel free to use your favourite tea, I often make this with Earl Grey and Lapsang Souchong. Also make sure that the fruit soaks for at least 12 hours - that's what plumps up the fruit and keeps this Tea Bread so moist. I have never felt the need to add spices, the taste of the tea and the fruit is tasty enough. This makes two loaves - they keep well in a tin or can be frozen with great success.

    Recipe #242779

    Another recipe that's low fat and low GI (glycemic index).

    Recipe #207546

    From Fete Accomplie in Washington D.C. EDIT: Please do not use the Zaar converter to cut this recipe in half as it is inaccurate with thirds.

    Recipe #201542

    A lovely citrusy poundcake from Moosewood New Classics.

    Recipe #233427

    These eggs are poached in a delicious in a pepper ragout. This dish, with many variations, is a popular breakfast in North Africa, especially in Algeria and Tunisia. Most recipes include the eggs, but they can actually be left out as well for Vegetarians that do not eat eggs. VARIATION: Sometimes fresh shrimp or a spicy lamb sausage called merguez is added to the simmering peppers along with the eggs.

    Recipe #233490

    This recipe can easily be doubled -great for the holidays. Prep time includes time in fridge.

    Recipe #201506

    An old recipe from my MIL Libby.The directions for baking are not here as she used a wood stove. Watch them as I am guessing on the time and temperature. She made these a lot when Rudy was growing up. They are wonderful. She loves anything with coconut. Her Mother kept a jar of it just for her.

    Recipe #135492

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