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    You'll be wishing you made double of this tender and juicy pork tenderloin that is enveloped in an amazing bourbon-mustard glaze. Your guests will be coming back for seconds and thirds! Marguerite, in her Cajun Delights blog says right out that it's "out of this world" delicious and will send your taste buds into orbit, cher!" It's true!

    Recipe #503893

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    I received this recipe years ago from a coworker. Easy to make. Nice addition to Christmas cookie tray.

    Recipe #388103

    I found this recipe in Good Housekeeping magazine -- I love cappuccino, but don't have it a lot during hot summer weather, so when I saw this recipe I had to try it. It's refreshing, delicious, and a drink I've made many times again. (I have listed the time for making and chilling the coffee as the preparation time, although I usually make a potful of double-strength coffee in the evening and keep it in the fridge. It can be stored for up to 2 days.)

    Recipe #381642

    As I was brewing a cup of coffee for myself this morning, dreaming of summer and the beautiful lavender bushes that will soon be blooming outside in our yard, the idea came into my head to brew coffee with lavender. I promptly went online to Google and sure enough, there is coffee with lavender out there on the market. You can use fresh blooms or dried buds in this recipe. The question remains: how much lavender? I took a wild guess. Check out this mixture for sweetening the coffee: Recipe #22071. Coffee not your cup of tea? Try this instead: Recipe #151236

    Recipe #374627

    Posted for ZWT5. A nice blend of tropical flavors with a lemon sherbet base.

    Recipe #373764

    The Spanish carried bananas with them to the New World in the 1500s, planting the root corms in Central America and the Caribbean islands, where they flourished. With its proximity to Cuba, the Florida Keys encountered the fruit long before the mainland did. Bananas weren't formally introduced to Americans until the 1878 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, where, wrapped in foil, they were sold for 10 cents each. From "The Florida Keys Cookbook" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #373386

    The original recipe was for a strawberry magarita and it was in a circular that was delivered to my house for the Cinco De Mayo celebration. *Note: Cooking time is blending time. (Corrections have been made to this recipe).

    Recipe #369876

    How can you resist a cocktail with a name like that!

    Recipe #369785

    Serve this cold soup as a first course, a light entree, or lunch dish. A great way to use home grown veggies!

    Recipe #360584

    This delicious pairing of chocolate and berries comes from the World's Healthiest Foods site. The silken tofu gives the chocolate a creamy texture without using heavy cream, making this a heathful alternative to most dessert recipes. NOTE: Cook time includes prep for the pudding and the berries; Prep time is the time to chill the prepared pudding. ALSO, if you use frozen berries, thaw and drain well before adding. You may want to save the juice from the thawed berries, and drizzle it over the top for extra flavor and nutrition.

    Recipe #358973

    A really fun way to eat your bon bons! The name bonbon stems from the French word bon, literally meaning “good”. Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #355552

    This is a delicious hot coffee drink! Great for the cold weather and pretty to sip! I love "Coffee, Raspberry and Whipped Cream"...very good!

    Recipe #349920

    According to AAA Living magazine, "from more than 350 recipes, Godiva Brownies by Teri Rasey-Bolf...won the 19th annual 'Michigan's Best' baking contest sponsored by Zehnder's of Frankenmuth." I made these brownies last night for Thanksgiving. I followed all of the directions, and baked the brownies in a 9 x 13" glass baking dish. After 30 minutes, my brownies were still gooey in the middle. I took them to my parents' house and warmed them at 200 F for another 15 minutes, hoping to solidify the middle. They still were pretty goey inside, but everyone loved them. I am not sure if they are supposed to be that way (they tasted delicious, though), so if anyone has any suggestions, they would be appreciated! Also, all I had on hand was salted butter, so I just eliminated the 1/2 tsp of salt called for in the ingredients.

    Recipe #340126

    Found this on appetiteforchina.com, which adapted this recipe from Food & Wine.

    Recipe #338459

    4 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From the Weight Watchers New 365 Day Menu Cookbook, this sounds really good.

    Recipe #338421

    A step above the regular stuff. The sugar can be replaced with the cup-for-cup version of Splenda, if necessary.

    Recipe #333403

    I was searching through some old recipes and came across this. I haven't made it in years but it is a good weeknight meal.

    Recipe #328975

    Something different for the holidays

    Recipe #325601

    Recipe #322660

    9 Reviews |  By Maito

    This is much adapted from a Ming Tsai duck recipe. It is delicious! Times are estimates (does not include time for marinating).

    Recipe #320581

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