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    When my husband and I were first married, we lived in an apartment on Clifton Street. We got together with some of our neighbors to put this recipe together. Note: I'm not sure if this is clear in the instructions, but you can make this with just the beef, just the shrimp, or some of both.

    Recipe #392068

    Use your favourite herbs and spices to top these tasty, crunchy potatoes. Our family love a pinch of cayenne pepper, cumin and caraway seeds. I also like to dab the potatoes with a bit of butter before cooking.

    Recipe #123403

    A real easy meal that won't take up much of your time making, but will feed 10 hungry people!

    Recipe #111116

    3 Reviews |  By marisk

    Haupia is a local dessert served at our luaus. This was posted by J.Fisher in 'Hawaii / South Pacific for Visitors'. Cook and prep times are estimates.

    Recipe #203867

    8 Reviews |  By marisk

    I don't eat sardines very often but this is the way my DH taught me to make them...I used to just heat them served over rice with a little soy sauce. This is a lot more flavorful!

    Recipe #223798

    My mother and I adapted this recipe from one published in our local newspaper.

    Recipe #348936

    From Melissa Perello, executive chef at Fifth Floor Restaurant in San Francisco.

    Recipe #287926

    This is really yummy. If you do not have access to fresh linguine use boxed, and cook till al dente. From Curtis Stone

    Recipe #268916

    My DH say's that mine is the best Key Lime Pie he's ever had! I was SO HAPPY!! He used to live in Florida, and said it tastes just like the pie you get down there. (I was very proud and relieved to hear that! I was really nervous to make him one!) Hope you give my recipe a try. It's a wonderful, easy and no-fail recipe!

    Recipe #161578

    24 Reviews |  By Marie

    Easy and so delicious!

    Recipe #70115

    I had some almond flour (labeled as almond flour/meal) that I wanted to try, but I couldn't find a recipe that was really what I wanted, so I whipped this up patching a bunch of recipes together. Surprisingly, these came out great! If you don't have any almond flour, substitute regular flour. I had some ground nut/sugar/cardamom topping hanging around that I used, but feel free to leave the top bare or add the optional crunch topping listed below.

    Recipe #323366

    Recently I took a cooking class at Sur La Table in Connecticut, with my mom and niece. One of the recipes we made was this. Boy was it so good. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

    Recipe #321894

    I adopted this recipe after its original poster, Mean Chef, departed the site. Mean posted it on Feb 5, 2003, and made these comments: "This version of the pineapple upside-down cake is absolutely stunning. You will impress everyone."

    Recipe #53516

    This is a recipe from an old Sunset Desserts Cookbook, likely from the 1970's, that was lost during a move. I searched high and low on the internet for this exact recipe, as I remembered it, to no avail. I finally found a copy of the recipe I had handwritten and placed in my mother's very old cookbook many years ago. Eureka! I wanted to post it here, so that I wouldn't lose it, and to share so others could enjoy them as well. I used to make these occasionally as a special treat for our family and for holidays and events. Rich and buttery with that wonderful coconut taste with a powdered sugar coating similar to wedding cookies. These are pretty simple to make and are "jr. chef assistant" friendly, especially for little hands to coat them in powdered sugar. Probably one of the best things about these cookies is that they are so great for a "make-ahead" cookie, as the dough is refrigerated and sliced, so you can break up the prep time into different days. Also, the baked cookies improve in flavor as they mature, so another "do-ahead" advantage. They are ideal for "care packages" to mail, if cushioned and packed securely, as they don't go stale. I hope you enjoy these as much as our family and guests have :)

    Recipe #187956

    This is from Rachael Ray, and oh soooo good!! Like having artichoke dip in a pasta. My son even ate his on top of toasted french bread!

    Recipe #169307

    This healthy bread is moist and bursting with fresh blueberries. Wonderful for breakfast or an anytime of the day snack.

    Recipe #124789

    It's so easy to make your crackers out of tortillas. They're crispy and crunchy.

    Recipe #370560

    Quick hot cocoa in the microwave.

    Recipe #26773

    There's nothing better than starting your Sunday morning with a batch of warm and fluffy Chocolate Banana Pancakes. And if you are one of those who likes to watch your calories, try this version made with whole wheat flour, fresh bananas and some sweetened cocoa powder. A bit of yogurt or skim milk adds the perfect light and fluffy texture you need, and a dusting of powdered sugar, a dollop of butter and some old-fashioned syrup or some homemade fresh-fruit sauce will truly help you get the best out of your breakfast deal. Got this, description, and all, from foodandfuncafe.com

    Recipe #381764

    A good way to use up those old bananas. I use frozens ones in my breads.

    Recipe #91199

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