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    Fantasy Food

    When I look through the masses of delicious recipes I have saved on here I find myself dreaming of a day when calories, cholesterol and ceoliacs are not an issue,,,yes I know ,,it's not gonna happen, but I can dream. But I have created a fantasy cookbook for if that beautiful day comes, I have even included some delicious gluten free recipes just because they are delicious despite being gluten free. As you can tell from the amount of recipes, I fantasize about food ALOT.
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    Adapted from a recipe, from 'Australian Men's Health' magazine that I found online in October 2008. Add your choice of herbs. Lately I've been using grindings of a fabulous rosemary and sage blend in a grinder.

    Recipe #330186

    18 Reviews |  By Bergy

    You can also buy these peas canned but they are quite expensive and are so easy to make. These peas are also common in England as Pub Fare. I love them served with good Bangers (sausages) and a green saladWhat we call Baking soda in Canada is known elsewhere as bicarbonate of soda.

    Recipe #21182

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is an easy delicious pate to serve!

    Recipe #14752

    Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of? Maybe almonds, too!

    Recipe #37889

    I've read up a bit on flourless chocolate cakes, but I really wanted to try a flourless white chocolate cake. This is my version. To be more fancy, you can swap the white chocolate with specialty white chocolate (I used Lindt's White Chocolate with Coconut, and plan to use Ghiradelli White Chocolate with Vanilla Bean in the future. If you find other varieties, go for it!). It was an instant hit at my house. It's not too sweet and tastes great.

    Recipe #437053

    They look like the real thing, they taste like the real thing, and best of all they're really not all that hard to make. The Gluten-Free Rice Flour Mix for this recipe is made of 3 cups white rice flour, 3 cups brown rice flour, 2 cups potato starch (not flour) and 1 cup tapioca starch. Based on a recipe from the GF-Utah site.

    Recipe #201483

    This is a great recipe. It tastes just like the wheat containing sponge shortcakes that you can buy at the grocery store, during strawberry season. This recipe uses only 6 ingredients and you can find them all right in your kitchen.It is a great recipe for people that are trying to find an easy dessert to make for a Celiac family member or friend, coming over for dinner. It's quick, its easy, and its really really yummy!!! Try it, you won't be dissapointed!!!!!

    Recipe #174106

    These are very fun and versatile raw food bars. The cashews can be replaced with any nuts, any dried fruits, coconut, oats, or any combination thereof for endless variations. Just try to maintain the 1:3 ratio and you'll be fine. Originally seen at Bunnyfoot Mostly Vegan blog.

    Recipe #347784

    64 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    aka: 'How to Make the Perfect Cheesecake' This recipe includes very detailed instructions for preparation which is the key to any great cheesecake. *This is my signature recipe that I have spent many many hours perfecting the ingredients and techniques for. This is not 'NY Style' but real 'NY Cheesecake'. The end result is a wonderful cheesecake that some will tell you to eat with a towel, because it's like an 'O' in your mouth.

    Recipe #244193

    Yummy pasta with no wheat flour. Top it with sage butter and enjoy! Can be made ahead of time and frozen.

    Recipe #146627

    This is sooo DELICIOUS makes me lick my fingers!

    Recipe #19023

    This is the result of years of trying to create the best Caesar dressing in the world & I believe this recipe comes very close. (Bold, don't you think?)

    Recipe #26431

    I have been using this recipe for many years, my family loves this gravy and I have served it to dinner guests over the holidays and always receive rave reviews! --- you don't need to make this gravy using all pan drippings, if you do not have 4 cups of drippings you may mix with chicken broth to make the 4 cups, or it may be made with only chicken broth, please see note on the bottom of the recipe--- this may be made slightly ahead and kept uncovered on top of the stove until ready to serve, just whisk before using If you have any left over this gravy freezes very well or you may reduce all ingredients down to half and for a thinner gravy reduce flour by 1 tablespoon --- also see my recipe#314890 for more of my recipes visit www.kittencalskitchen.com

    Recipe #145064

    Adapted from Martin Yan's Chinese Cooking for Dummies. This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. It makes enough for two meals. Having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. My son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! WARNING about the amount of soy sauce. When I used Kikkoman soy sauce, I found this sauce far too salty. I now use Angostura, which is much lower in salt. When adding soy sauce, start with less than half the amount and slowly add more to taste. Using vegetable broth makes this vegetarian. Yield: 1 3/4 cups (couldn't get that amount entered)

    Recipe #87748

    This is excellent, makes a lot, and keeps well. Be sure to follow the directions. I had it go sugary on me once and I believe it was because I tried to mix the water in too fast. Number of servings is difficult to decide - it has so many uses and sometimes I put a tablespoon over ice cream and sometimes I use a cup or more for recipes calling for caramel sauce. But since Zaar makes me pick a number I picked 48.

    Recipe #176734

    This is from a classic Essence of Emeril episode (circa 1996). This is my favorite homemade salad dressing.

    Recipe #446253

    My revised reverse-engineered recipe for KFC's gravy.

    Recipe #422335

    Posted by request - this is one of the easiest recipes for a wee Scottish sweet.

    Recipe #22480

    This is the easiest fudge... recipe can be changed to suit the alcohol you like e.g. Rum, Brandy, Kahula, Whiskey are all the types of alcohol I have used. Favourite Nuts may be added, thinned with a little cream it can be changed into a sauce to top Ice Cream or used as a frosting, endless uses. Enjoy

    Recipe #122457

    In 1921, a German born clockmaker quit his well respected job to open a popcorn stand in Chicago’s Wicker Park District. The clockmaker’s typical fare was freshly popped popcorn drizzled with warm butter and sprinkled with salt; but his favorite, and most beloved popcorn, was his caramel coated popcorn. The recipe he used to make it was given to him from his only true love, who tragically died four years earlier during World War I. The tattered and torn recipe, which was scribbled on the inside of an old playbill, was carefully framed and sealed in an exquisite frame. The clockmaker faithfully took the framed recipe with him everywhere he went. By the summer of 1924, the clockmaker’s caramel coated popcorn had captivated the entire city’s attention; everyone was frantically lining up at his busy stand to buy the sweet, sticky confection. A few months later, just as the clockmaker was preparing to close his stand for the day, a small fire ignited near the stove. The clockmaker instinctively ran out to call for help. When he returned, just seconds later, he remembered leaving the framed recipe hanging on the wall. The clockmaker quickly ran into the burning stand to retrieve the recipe, but he never made it out. When the fire inspectors went into the charred ruins to investigate the accident, they found the clockmaker’s frame lying in a pile of smoking debris. The frame was in pristine condition; not a dent, nor a blemish, could be seen on it. However, the recipe was gone. The recipe for the clockmaker’s caramel popcorn recently surfaced and is beginning to circulate around the globe. Unfortunately, many people think the recipe is haunted because it is believed that if your clock stops running after making the recipe it’s because the clockmaker has paid you a visit in hopes of reclaiming his long, lost recipe. NOTE: This recipe, as written, results in a sticky, chewy caramel popcorn. If you prefer a crunchier caramel popcorn, bake it in the oven at 250 degrees for 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes.

    Recipe #181870

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