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    This recipe was inspired by one of our favorite tapas dishes. It's just like we like remember it from our first date some 13 years ago. I incorporated 2 Zaar recipes to create this clone. All of this can be made ahead and warmed in the microwave before serving. The Sweet Red Bell pepper sauce really make this dish amazing! Thanks go out to go to: Julesong's Recipe#27425 and cflethcher's Recipe#140057. UPDATE: 11/2013 The restaurant uses applewood smoked bacon and roasted red pepper "butter sauce" so I will be trying these 2 latest additions and reporting back

    Recipe #365804

    My mom used to make these every Christmas for us when I was growing up, and they bring back special memories for me, especially around the holidays. We have been eating these for 50 years! These are my all time FAVORITE cookies :) They make a lot of cookies, and the amount really depends on how thick you actually roll the dough, and how thin or thick you cut the cookies. The cooking time is for EACH batch of cookies, and the prep time does not include time to chill dough.

    Recipe #271158

    Adapted from a number of different muffin recipes. Makes 18 small muffins (and probably 12 or so regular ones).

    Recipe #248907

    A great recipe from Crosby Molasses and it comes with a great flavour -

    Recipe #358655

    Dates are relatively heavy and the mixture is very light, so you'll need to be sure to cut the dates into very small pieces or you will find that they sink to the bottom of the cake. From the Western chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #356269

    This is from a Cooking Light magazine (but don't let that dissuade you!). I was served this at a friend's house and thought surely it was chocolate! It tastes so decadent and rich, with a lovely caramelized coconut crunch on top. Easy to make and a big hit with company. Serve with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #355421

    6 Reviews |  By loof

    This sweet and tasty dessert came from a cookbook put out by Dorothy Mengering, mother of Late Night talk show host David Letterman.

    Recipe #350953

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    These muffins are inspired by sticky toffee pudding. The recipe is from a great new cookbook, "Eat Feed Autumn Winter: 30 Ways to Celebrate When the Mercury Drops", by Anne Bramley.

    Recipe #350878

    Adapted from a recipe by poush at allrecipes.com. A crispy cookie shell, a sweet date filling, and maple icing make these unique treats. Use more or less icing, depending on how sweet you like it.

    Recipe #348510

    From Whole Foods Market. Love this stuff! The cooking time is simply soaking & marinating time (like travel time to the party).

    Recipe #330465

    A little different from other recipes I've seen here, because the nuts are in the crust and there's the addition of lemon. They sound great. Wish I knew where the recipe came from! Read all the way through--notes at the end are from the original author.

    Recipe #343300

    From Gourmet magazine, October 2005. "Each bite delivers a huge range of tastes — sweet, salty, and smoky — all at the same time. They're easy to make and completely irresistible." Serve at your next cocktail party. Could substitute prosciutto instead of bacon (In fact, I prefer the prosciutto).

    Recipe #345537

    DELICIOUS!! I have made this recipe for 30 years and it is my DH's favorite of all my dozens of goodies! They can be sprinkled with powdered sugar or coconut on top. I use Splenda in the recipe to cut down on sugar calories. An easy and quick preparation.

    Recipe #343416

    Eliza Patton's recipe.

    Recipe #342385

    One of the sweetest people I ever worked with made these Date Bars for all the bake sales we had over the years. I tryed to buy them all!!

    Recipe #340997

    This is a really old fashioned soft cake style cookie, rich with dates and nuts, topped with fabulous nutty flavored frosting. Please use real butter only for the frosting! The flavor won't be the same if you don't. It's a family favorite for 50 yrs.

    Recipe #335117

    2 Reviews |  By Chickee

    This is based on a chicken recipe from Australian Good Taste magazine but I made it veggo. I have successfully used Chinese red dates in this recipe. The ginger can make it a little spicy if it is very fresh, if required serve with a little good quality yoghurt.

    Recipe #334126

    8 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Wrap in festive packaging to give as hostess gifts!

    Recipe #35229

    This recipe came from a packet of brown sugar. I have not tried it yet.

    Recipe #327768

    These vanilla and date scones are a salute to the talented scone- maker at the Smelting House Cafe. Wonderful with or without butter, hot or cold.

    Recipe #327287

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